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jfslenes
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2004 6:06 pm    Post subject: Jay Abraham & Chet Holmes Marketing & Mngmnt Gurus Reply with quote

Just listened in on a "webinar" by Chet with the premise that they can help you and guide you to double your sales in a year. Very much like the idea (understatement) but eqaully doubt the veracity and possibility. On the other hand, the 12 suggested points that we ought to focus upon for the next 12 months are good ones. If followed and implemented in our organizations, we'd probably do considerably better than we do today.

It was, as expected, a sales pitch for their $10,000 package, which, if you acted today, would cost only $3950, which if you paid cash would be only $2950, etc. I'll take all they'll share free but I've yet to spend very much with either of them.

I do believe that some of their precepts are valid and useful. Anyone use, follow, buy their materials? Usually can find some inexpensively on ebay.

Here's the link to Chet Holmes - ChetHolmes.com
I am not an affiliate nor salesman for them and do not get anything for posting that link.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2005 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The interesting thing about these gurus is that the ordinary guy just loves them. And the person who has spent 100 on other marketing books wonders why anyone would pay such huge fees for stuff that is fairly basic marketing advice.

I guess if you spent $3k you would take notice of what they say. Where as if you paid $10 for a book you might not get to the end and you would be far less likely to implement the idea.

The key is in the implementation.

In taking action.

Save your money. Read some books, read some articles... then take action.
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