30 Internet Marketing Tips Webinar – the video and audio

hashtag Internet Marketing

Ian Lurie Jun 29 2012

Enjoy:

30 internet marketing tips you need RIGHT NOW: Portent Webinar 7 from ian lurie on Vimeo.

Ian Lurie runs through the top 30 things he feels internet marketers and business owners need to keep in mind during campaigns.

Thanks to a great suggestion from Kevin Gallagher, here’s the entire webinar mp3, too. Feel free to give a listen while in your car. Just don’t blame any accidents on me, ok?

[ Download webinar MP3 version ]

Note: This is the first time I’m offering a webinar video without requiring e-mail signup. If response is good, we’ll keep working this way, and turn our videos loose in the wild, so that they may prance about and bask in the noonday sun.

Note 2: The link bundle for this video is at http://portent.co/30rightnow

7 Comments

  1. Ian,

    Love your stuff. Iv’e been checking my RSS feed watching for the video to post. The slides were intriguing. Can’t wait to hear the audio.

    You definitely have my vote for letting the videos loose.

  2. Thanks Ian! I couldn’t make it “live.” so this is great. Also, thank you for making it easily accessible.

    I signed up for another webinar a few weeks ago, and getting the promised follow-up goodies required filling out two very long forms. Boo!

    And make sure to get that presentation some sunscreen while it’s outside. It’s hot out there.

  3. Kevin

    Hi Ian,

    Great video (although I listened to audio) I am very interested in making my day more productive and you mentioned resources. Where can I find links to these?

  4. SO MUCH INFO!

    One great addition to the crawling tools is Integrity if you have a Mac – http://peacockmedia.co.uk/integrity/

    And thanks for the tip on DiggDigg, already loving Buffer (thanks for that recommendation), and when I realized they’re maintained by the same people I installed it… only after the webinar of course :)

  5. This is what I love about videos, you can listen while doing other stuff. But from time to time, you have those “Aha!” moments which prompt you to stop what you’re doing, and listen intently. Thanks for sharing this vid!

  6. Thanks, Ian. This was full of really useful info and a million, “I can do that” things. It’s always refreshing to get help you can actually use from someone that is willing to share.

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