By Robert Skrob | May 21, 2013
Members often tell me, “I wish I had known about info-marketing before; I would have made a lot more money.” This type of thinking is a symptom of a larger problem.
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By Robert Skrob | May 14, 2013
Few info-businesses have more longevity than the one I’m about to describe. Launched in 1872, it’s 141 years old, predating the telephone and the electric light bulb. You may be one of its million-plus subscribers or never pay it any mind, but Popular Science magazine is worth studying.
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By Robert Skrob | April 26, 2013
I had a job for six years. I started as a bookkeeper and quickly became the company’s controller. Within two years, I had become the director of business affairs. Then I bought the business.
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By Robert Skrob | April 12, 2013
Before I created and sold information products, I delivered consulting services for many years. Most projects required strategic planning; some entailed creating systems and business process; and others involved marketing.
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By Robert Skrob | March 25, 2013
“It’s the power of the con artist. When a con artist is working a con, he fervently believes in himself. This belief attracts customers to the con artist and compels them to believe what he says.
Read more about The attractive deception of the “magic cure”
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