Joe Polish and Mike Koenigs Share Valuable Insider’s Marketing and Business Development Secrets

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The other day I got an email from my friend, Joe Polish. You may or may not recognize the name, but Joe is one of the premier marketing experts on the planet. Every time he opens his mouth in an interview, on a video, or at a live event, pure genius comes out. On one of Joe’s website (http://ILoveMarketing.com), he partners with Dean Jackson, another marketing genius, where they freely give out the best marketing advice available.

Well, the email that Joe sent me had a link to a video interview he did with another marketing genius and good friend of mine… Mike Koenigs. Among other things, Mike is expert at video marketing and has an awesome studio where he interviews some of the top names in business, Internet marketing, and countless celebrities that you’d immediately recognize the names of. Mike is probably most well-known for his Traffic Geyser and Main Street Marketing Machines programs.

(Important note: These are NOT affilitate links, and I DO NOT receive any compensation for referring you to them. I merely provide the links so you can check them out and see the quality of information they provide.)

As you know, I don’t often recommend or endorse other people, products, or programs. In fact, other than Joel Bauer and his incredible training, I can’t remember when or who the last endorsement I made was.

But because what Joe and Mike reveal in this interview was so good, so valuable, and so important to anyone involved in business, online marketing, or marketing off-line, I am making an exception and telling you that if you fit one of those categories, or if you just want an exceptional education on how to effectively get your message not only TO your market, but actually get it inside their brains so they will take immediate and decisive action, you need to watch this video.

I truly hope you do, and I’m very interested in what you have to say about it. Personally, I’ve taken several pages of notes that I’m going to implement in my business… and I’ve been in this business for over 45 years. In that time, I’ve either seen or heard it all… from the very best in the business. So for me to recommend that you not only watch the interview, but to take notes and then implement what you learned, says a lot. The bottom line is… Joe and Mike’s information is that good.

Just do this…

  • Watch the video.
  • Focus on what they’re telling you.
  • Pause the video from time to time and write down what they said.
  • Then determine exactly how you can use that information in your business.
  • And then do what most people won’t do… actually put it to work in your business.

If you’ll do these simple steps I guarantee that your business will be significantly better off.

Oh, and make sure you leave your comments on their website. I’m sure they’ll appeciate anything you have to say… either positive, or constructive.


2 Comments for this entry

  • Ken Thomson says:

    I don’t have time to waste. I got nothing of value in eight minutes of watching this.

    • toplineb says:

      Sorry I wasted your time, Ken. Personally, I got a lot out of it and am making some changes in my business because of what I learned. Much of the value came from after the 8 minute mark. One of the most valuable tools I’ve gotten lately is “MySpeed” from http://www.Enounce.com. It allows you to speed up any audio or video to as much as 5 times the normal speed, without any chipmunk sound. Typically, I can watch most videos at 2 or 2.5 times normal speed… especially if it’s one of those anoying videos where they read every slide word for word to you. (Hate those things!) Anyway… check this thing out. You can get a free trial, and if you decide to buy it, it’s only $29.99. And no, I don’t make a dime on it. I use it and like it. I thought you might like to know about it.

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