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Life Hack ~ Connections

If the earth and people resonate at 7.83 Hz but EMF’s are 60 Hz then there is a speedĀ overload. Putting two and two together to make four: we can hack it but going to rest at normal is good. How do you connect? When you run into someone in person or think of someone, and […]

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Not Talking

Random thought: are you being paid to talk at work? Not talking to a growing number of people outside work in odd inverse ratio? Currently not talking to the owner of a call center, potential business venture…that didn’t work out. Turns out he wanted more than my voice!

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Mobile Marketing

Did you know there are not quite 2 billion online computer users compared to nearly 5 billion cell phone users?

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Private Lending Made Easy

Mention of 1. Private lending sales page 2. Auto dialer all-in-one system + online business training 3. Review of real estate private lending

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Online Marketing Passion

I hate webinars. This is part of the funnel that I positvely hate. Problem is, I already like Leonardo. This, my friends, is where the passion begins: people.

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Social Economics

Erik Qualman’s book Socialnomics brings us this retake on the first video with new social media & mobile statistics in Social Media Revolution 2. Because it’s all about peer referrals.

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iCyte Bookmark Embed Tool

iCyte is a cute but powerful sharing and marketing tool. It’s free and the tutorials are very good.

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Mobile Mindset

Maybe it’s just me but I keep noticing everything mobile: mobile ads, mobile marketing, mobile wealth, mobile e-commerce (conversions are high). It’s a mobile mindset. So maybe you’re into stats like I am (and Mashable) so here is the site with graphs, stats and interesting speculation.

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Get Buzz on Your Phone

Looking at the way Google Buzz playing out on my gmail, pretty good so far…following Michel Fortin and Weird China…interesting. The social interaction will be ranked by Google

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Mary Poppins Marketing

Mary Poppins Marketing. Mr. Banks: Just a moment, Mary Poppins. What is the meaning of this outrage?

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