| steve chichester
|| Good idea. Here's a good start that people might not think of themselves. I want referals from people who know the contact names and email addresses of any and all of the Chamber of Commerce marketing directors in the US so that I can send them the link of the Live Conference room being used by a local Chamber in Ohio to do more business.
And also, contact info for all the speakers and trainers who run their own marketing programs, so they can be introduced to this method of making short live recorded video presentations to potential clients, prospects for seminars. Those two would make a good start.
Of course, I do see that people who see the possible benefits of using a tool for themselves don't see investigating it as "heavy lifting." Have you looked at it for yourself? Or would you like the link? Or should I send you an email with the link in it? You might find it most useful. Steve
> Eric Sohn wrote:
> Actually, you made my point, Steve -
>Don't ever leave it up to the readers. Be specific. Expecting them to do the mental heavy lifting for you is neither fair to you nor them.
>Always be specific. Focused, narrow needs get filled and get you remembered. If someone on the periphery comes up, you'll still get that contact, under the guise of "I know it's not the specific contact you wanted, but is this useful?"
>Why be specific? Because it gets remembered. You want people to through their Rolodexes, don't you? I assure you, they will not go card by card and say "is this guy good for Steve?". However, if you get specific, they will say, "do I know someone like that?"
>So, come up with one or two known good connections - try again.
>> steve chi wrote:
>>At the risk of leaving this sounding scattered, I'll leave it up to the readers imagination to visualize how they can use it, and therefrom who the contacts might be.
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