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I kick-the-tires on marketing tools like no one you’ve ever seen. Only the best ones (and preferably free) get my stamp of approval. I often share my discoveries with my subscribers.

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I do free webinars from time to time, and of course my subscribers get FIRST DIBS on available spots. I’ll also notify you when I bump into others (guest speakers etc) who have a great idea, a great strategy, a great tool or and interesting story. I’ll twist their arm until they squeal their secrets!

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