Rather than simply re-iterate here what I’ve already written elsewhere, I’d like to simply point you to my main website which has several new posts you might like to read.
Check it all out at Annie Anderson | Blog.
And also, look for some new stuff next week! I’ll be back writing about my experiments with the 30dc methods as well as other methods I’ve been learning lately.
As always, I’m interested in your comments, so please post!!
See you soon!
Jay Conrad Levinson, the marketing mind
responsible for the Marlboro Man, and author of
the best selling marketing book series of all
time will be answering your questions
You can get the details to listen live tonight at
and also…you be able to submit your questions
for the training…and get the Guerrilla Balance
Sheet if you haven’t for $7.
I’ll be listening,…
PS This is not the same-ol’, same-ol’ interview.
Jay rarely speaks on webcasts and it is the only
one he has scheduled so far this year. So be sure
to go now to
PPS And if you miss it, you can get the replay at
www.FeBeNe.com/jayspeaks.php?rid=117 as well…
Recently I was introduced to a wonderful health supplement and I’d just like to share it with you today. It’s called GBG and is a 10-in-1 multi-vitamin liquid.
Now, usually liquid vitamin stuff tastes pretty nasty so I was skeptical but in my quest to find something that I could take once a day, easily and quickly, I decided to give it a try. Mostly because a friend of mine was promoting it and I knew she only promoted great stuff.
I checked out the website and found it costs a mere $19.99 a bottle – a month’s supply, which is WAY less than what I have paying for supplements. I really liked the fact that it was all in one and I wouldn’t have to buy 5, 6, or 7 different bottles of stuff. In the past several months, I’ve spent $60 – $100 on supplements. And as I looked over the ingredients, I found that about 90% of what I usually take is in this one product. It seemed like a no-brainer to me.
My product arrived via UPS very quickly and I opened it right away. I was completely surprised when it actually tasted good! It tastes like fruit juice. I’ve drank it straight, put it in my smoothies and even in my juice.
So, if you’d like to check it out, please go to my website (yes, it is also network marketing company with a great pay plan and structure) and watch the videos, download the PDF’s and try it for yourself. I’ve found everyone great to work with so far and my upline is a great networker! She’s already got 350 people on her team (I’m up near the top of her network) and it’s picking up speed.
Check it out – 10-in-1 Liquid Multi-Formula.
Do weight loss and marketing have anything in common?
How is that?
Well, they both require commitment, they both require a system that must be followed and they both take time. This year, my plan is to go full tilt on both.
But it’s not all about weight loss, really. It’s more about a lifestyle change – exercise, healthy eating, mental clarity – they all play a part. So, to document what I’m doing for health, I’ve created a new blog called The Weight Loss Papers. You’ll find it at http://theweightlosspapers.com. And I’ll continue to track my marketing progress here at internet marketing & more.
I’ve just secured an internship to learn more about internet marketing. I’ll be able to implement what I’m learning there into my own businesses. It’s not a paid internship but I think it’s going to work out well nonetheless, especially as things really get cooking with my own business efforts.
This year in addition to marketing, I’m focusing on my writing business. I’m just now beginning a new marketing campaign that promises some good results. My mentor is sure I can make upwards of $10k per month very soon. And I’m so excited about that!
What are your goals for 2008? Feel free to post in the comments or post on your own blog with a link back here. Whatever you do in 2008, remember to HAVE FUN!
I’m here! Really. Somewhere . . . I think. I’ve been so busy with school I haven’t had time to post. I apologize! Next week, though, is the beginning of winter break and I plan to get all caught up. So stay tuned! I’ll be back soon.
In the meantime, take care and Happy Holidays!
Sorry, guys! I didn’t realize it had been so long since I’d posted. Guess going to school full time and working in between everything else doesn’t leave me much time to keep in touch with you.
How’s everyone doing?
Well, I think here in the Pacific Northwest, we’ve gone straight from almost-summer to winter. It’s only 30 degrees this morning! But at least the sun is shining. 😉
I’ll be back soon with some additional stuff – I promise. For now, let’s talk about NaNoWriMo – that’s National Novel Writing Month. It begins November 1, 2007 and I’m busily getting ready for it.
Now, I am a little ashamed to admit I’ve never won before. I know, that sounds really bad – especially from a published author. I get really close but don’t quite seem to ever hit the 50,000 word mark. And this year, I aim to change that. I’ve been reading Chris Baty’s “No Plot? No Problem!” and it’s very, very useful for someone like me. (Chris Baty, in case you’re not sure, is the guy who began and now heads the NaNoWriMo.)
This weekend I’ll be sitting down in my office with the door closed and making sure my homework for next week is as good as done, if not actually done so that I can get off to a good start. Thankfully, I only have one class this quarter (which ends Nov. 7. Can you believe that?) but I have 2 next quarter and one of them is pretty heavy so it’s going to get more challenging rather quickly, I think.
If you’d like to check NaNoWriMo out, just click any of the NaNoWriMo references – I made them all hyperlinks.
Ok – that’s all for today. I hope everyone is doing well.
A picture I created in memory of those who lost their lives 9/11/2001
~Annie (lsandrsn on the forum)
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