Are you a president or marketing director?
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In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to put that look-a-like audiences on steroids and get five to 10 times the accuracy.
  • Send a direct mail piece to everyone who has visited your website. The increase in response and profitability of this has been amazing.
  • The No. 1 way to generate high-quality leads on Facebook that is brand new and only a handful of marketers know about.
  • The latest copy secrets that sell, and the No. 1 tactic that can increase your response.
  • New marketing techniques that apply to all media… if you don’t use them you will get less response today than you would 5 years ago.

Here are some key new trends I’ll be teaching you in “29 New and Surprising Trends for Marketing Products and Services in 2018”:

  • Little Known New Breakthroughs With Facebook
  • The Surprising Digital Video Explosion
  • Videologs and the ‘Wow’ Effect
  • The Rules of Email Are Changing
  • Direct Mail Resurgence … Thanks to New Technology
  • Mobile Marketing Breakthroughs
  • Key to Success: The Offer That Will Work for 2018
  • The amazing secret to pre-roll success

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