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The Importance of Live Events
by Greg Jameson on September 20, 2017 at 2:21 pm
In my book, The Influencer Effect, I devote an entire chapter to the importance of live events. Regus McKenna, Apple’s first marketing guru, states, “It’s ironic, but true, that in this age of electronic communications, personal interaction is becoming more important than ever.” This is so true. I personally attend at least 3 live events Read more about The Importance of Live Events […]
Launch Party Recap
by Greg Jameson on August 30, 2017 at 6:40 pm
As promised last week, I am going to provide you with a brief recap of how the launch party went, along with the next steps. First, let me be clear: anytime you release a significant new product of any kind, you need to do a proper launch party / announcement. It doesn’t have to be Read more about Launch Party Reca […]
Keeping the Momentum Going
by Greg Jameson on August 22, 2017 at 3:20 pm
As the third post in this series of how to launch a product, it is important to understand that you have to keep the momentum going. Don’t stop just as you have things moving! Here’s a recap of what I’ve discussed so far and the initial results: We talked about thunderclap and getting others to Read more about Keeping the Momentum Going […]
Getting Reviews and Endorsements
by Greg Jameson on August 16, 2017 at 12:40 am
This is the next part of my launch series, where I am documenting what I am doing with my book launch so that you can apply these techniques to your own product launches. today, I’m going to discuss getting productreviews and endorsements. For my book, “The Influencer Effect“, I’ve been blessed with a number of Read more about Getting Reviews and Endorsements […]
How can I help you?
by Greg Jameson on August 7, 2017 at 7:09 pm
I get it – you really don’t care that I’m launching a new product. Why should you? You want to know how I can help you. That is what today’s article is all about. It is also what my new book, The Influencer Effect, is also about. So, let me describe for you how I Read more about How can I help you? […]
Are you afraid of Facebook?
by Greg Jameson on August 1, 2017 at 5:29 pm
I recently had a friend explain that she had been with another person in a public place, when they spotted someone they thought they knew. They weren’t sure, but they said, “I think his name is Bill.” Within an hour, Facebook posted on her timeline, “people you may know,” and Bill’s profile was displayed! Needless Read more about Are you afraid of Facebook? […]
Quick Announcement and a Favor
by Greg Jameson on July 28, 2017 at 1:09 pm
I am super excited to announce the launch of my new book, The Influencer Effect. People who have read the book have stated that this is something special and perhaps the most significant business marketing book of the year. But I need your help. Would you please do me a favor by helping with the Read more about Quick Announcement and a Favor […]
The Influencer Effect Podcast
by Greg Jameson on July 10, 2017 at 7:18 pm
Wow! My new book, The Influencer Effect, is not even available yet, but I was already featured on the Novel Podcast with Jake Nicolle. He published an entire article on my work, including the link to the podcast recording. You can check it out here: The Influencer Effect | Greg Jameson Scroll down just a Read more about The Influencer Effect Podcast […]
I thought the goal of networking groups was to network!
by Greg Jameson on July 5, 2017 at 7:27 pm
My friend Kevin Knebl recently posted this on Facebook. There is a lot to learn here about how to use social media… GAL: “I post all the time but I don’t get many people liking, commenting, or sharing my posts. How do I get more engagement on my Social Media posts, Kev?” ME: “Do you Read more about I thought the goal of networking groups was to network! […]
Amazon vs. Walmart: Why it Matters to Small etailers
by Greg Jameson on June 27, 2017 at 8:55 pm
Whenever there are competing products and services, the customer often wins with lower prices, better service, and even free shipping. That is certainly the case in the battle between Amazon and Walmart. With Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods, we can expect the consumer to benefit with their grocery purchases as well. The long term plan Read more about Amazon vs. Walmart: Why it Matters to Small etailers […]