(PRWEB) January 3, 2006
PRWEB) January 3, 2006 – While marketing experts are often first to the table with effective new techniques, savvy business owners and entrepreneurs also create breakthrough marketing techniques for their own use. In order to discover and share the best marketing techniques used by businesses, marketing expert Bob Serling, editor of Direct Marketing Hotline, is conducting a special survey.
In exchange for their participation, business owners and entrepreneurs have two chances two win an iPod Nano packed with marketing advice from 15 leading experts. And everyone who participates may download the experts’ advice for free in mp3 format.
"I’m often amazed by how innovative business owners can be when it comes to their own marketing, so I’d like to share their wisdom,” Serling says. “At the same time, I want to cut through the fog and find out what marketing techniques are really working best for business owners and entrepreneurs, and report those findings as well.”
Business owners and entrepreneurs may cast their votes at http://www.DirectMarketingInsider.com/DoubleContest.php starting on Tuesday, January 3, and ending on Friday, January 20, 2006. At the end of the contest, an iPod Nano packed with marketing advice from 15 experts will be awarded in each of the two categories. Winners will be notified on Saturday, January 21.
Two weeks following the end of the contest, these interviews will be available for downloading for free in mp3 format to all who enter the contest. The 15 experts who are contributing their advice include: Bob Bly, Joe Vitale, Yanik Silver, Randy Gage, Clayton Makepeace, Jeff Walker, Sean D’Souza, John Carlton, David Garfinkel, Perry Marshall, Paul Myers, Bob Scheinfeld, Shel Horowitz, John Jantsch, and Bob Serling. Survey results will be compiled and published in the March issue of Direct Marketing Insider.
About Bob Serling:
Bob Serling is the editor of Direct Marketing Hotline, a newsletter that helps businesses get double-digit response to their marketing, both online and offline. His firm, Marketing IQ, has helped companies outperform their competition in a broad range of industries including publishing, software, toys, financial services, training products and services, health and fitness products, and gift items.
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