Archive for May, 2008

Marketing and Sales Tips – Why Customers Stay With You

I hope you are doing well. A few weeks ago I got a sales call from a guy named Eric. He broke probably every rule regarding selling I can think of so I’m going to use the conversation I had with him as an example of what not to do. First of all, he started […]

Diminished Value – Get the Compensation You Deserve After an Auto Accident

What Insurance Companies Don’t Want You To Know The squeal of tires. The sickening sound of metal grinding against metal as you lurch forward in the driver’s seat. As you climb out of the car, you’re shaken – but thankfully you and the driver who hit you are not injured. Unfortunately, the same isn’t true […]

Why do some sales go bad? Here’s Laura Betterly’s take on it.

Why do some sales go bad? You know what I mean, seems like its going great and then no communication, no calls back. It can be the cause of a real sales slump. Now why would a prospect start out adversarial? Well, as much as they might need and want or have some interest they […]

Parkbridge Capital Has Eye on the Prize – Retirement Communities

Manufactured Housing and RV Resorts A slumping housing market, high energy costs, and turbulent financial markets are causing many baby boomers into more prudent choices for their retirement. Today’s retirees consider a longer, more active lifestyle than previous generations, and now, with homes adjusting downward in value, many will have fewer financial resources than previously […]

A Berry Good Proposition: Black Raspberries May Fight Oral Cancer

In the mood for something sweet? Consider a handful of black raspberries. Researchers at Ohio State’s James Cancer Hospital have shown that black raspberries may not only help prevent colon and esophageal cancer, but help battle oral cancer as well. Lab tests show that this delicious fruit reduced tumors on the mouth by up to […]

Do You Miss Your Missing Teeth?

Dr. Rene Piedra Can Help Even If You’re Afraid of the Dentist “It is not uncommon for someone to lose at least once in their life and for many it could be significantly more. Tooth loss also becomes more of a problem with age,” says Dr. Rene Piedra (http://www.afraidofthedentist.net). “This is definitely something that we […]

Can I Really Get Paid on Diminished Value?

If you can answer YES to these three questions, then you have a claim worth pursuing Is your vehicle worth more than $5,000? Was the damage more than $1,000? Did the accident happen within the last 4 years? If you answered yes to the above, then click here to get FREE information. How can we […]

Been in an accident? Get what you're owed

Unlike other online resources that merely provide an inspection or Diminished Value report for an upfront fee, Advocate Auto Claims (http://www.advocateautoclaims.com) handles your claim from start to finish with no upfront cost to you. We are so confident that we can collect for you, that we only work on a contingency fee basis, taking a […]

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  • It used to be said that the only guarantees in life are death and taxes. Add that picture your friend took of you last week and posted it on MySpace! It’ll be there forever. –Laura Betterly

  • There is no such thing as bad publicity except your own obituary. Brendan Behan

  • Publicity is the life of this culture – in so far as without publicity capitalism could not survive – and at the same time publicity is its dream. John Berger

  • Ninety eight percent of the adults in this country are decent, hardworking, honest Americans. It’s the other lousy two percent that get all the publicity. But then, we elected them. Lily Tomlin

  • Without publicity there can be no public support, and without public support every nation must decay. Benjamin Disraeli

  • Of course I’m a publicity hound. Aren’t all crusaders? How can you accomplish anything unless people know what you are trying to do? Vivien Kellems