#33 Sponsored by GoToMyPC: Should I co-sign for a loan, Close a sale in 30 seconds, and Preventing laptop theft

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In today’s episode I answer whether you should co-sign for a loan in Finances. Business will show you how to close a sale in the first 30 seconds. Technology wraps up the episode with how to prevent laptop theft.

Thanks to Ray Silverstein for the article used in today’s show.
The article mentioned in the show can be found at: http://entrepreneur.com/sales/salescolumnistraysilverstein/article178590.html

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#32 Sponsored by GoToMyPC: Is it good to buy things on credit, Ten Sales Killers, and AMD goes Quad-Core

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In today’s episode I answer whether it is good or not to buy things on credit for Finances. Business will deal on the topic of Ten Sales Killers. Technology wraps up the episode with AMD going Quad-Core.

Thanks to Tom Hopkins for the article used in today’s show.
The article mentioned in the show can be found at: http://entrepreneur.com/sales/closingthesale/article159546.html

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#31 Sponsored by GoToMyPC: 7 Net worth Killers, Product Placement, and Apple turns Green

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In today’s episode I speak about Seven Net worth Killers for Finances. Business will deal on the topic of product placement in movie and TV. Technology wraps up the episode with Apple turning green.

Thanks to Jeanne Sahadi for the article used in today’s show.
The article explaining more on Product Placement can be found at: http://entrepreneur.com/marketing/marketingideas/article173086.html
The article used for Technology can be found here.

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Did you see this?

I was watching the stats of people coming to my site and I ran across an interesting google search. I have posted the picture below. You can view the full picture by going to: http://www.taylormarek.com/gotomypcsearch.jpg

#30 Sponsored by GoToMyPC: Should I protect my assets, Fusion Marketing, and Starting a Blog

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Today you will learn about if you should protect your assets for Finances. In Business you will learn about an interesting concept called Fusion Marketing. Technology wraps up the show with how to start a blog, with a step-by-step method for success.

Thank you to Al Lautenslager for the idea of Fusion Marketing.

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Networking Ideas

Here is a really simple idea brought forth from John Jantch of the Duct Tape Marketing Blog:

Networking at events attended by your target market can be a good way to make some nice introductions and start gently spreading the word about your products and services. There is a bit of art to this and plenty of bad examples evoking the worst used car stereotypes imaginable.

Keep these simple rules in mind and you will be fine

1) Think, what am I here to give

2) Speak only to educate – don’t sell anything

For you business people out there, this is a very good marketing idea. A tip brought forth to me from a listener to my podcast said, “Don’t try to sell your business at every event you attend. People won’t enjoy that very much. Instead, become friends with them, educate them. Don’t try to sell.” I agree. Don’t get caught up so much in trying to promote your business that you exhaust friends and family.

What do you think of this? Feel free to comment, post at the forums, or call the comment line.

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