BOOKED for Lunch - LAUNCH: How to quickly propel your business beyond the competition

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BOOKED for Lunch - LAUNCH: How to quickly propel your business beyond the competition
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From : Thursday, 08 December 2011 12:00
Until : Thursday, 08 December 2011 13:00
(UTC +10:00) Eastern Australia, Guam, Vladivostok
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If you've been let down by the undelivered promises of marketing, then new book, Launch by Michael Stelzner is for you.

The book reveals a new way to grow your business. It's one that involves focusing on the needs of others, giving gifts, working with outsiders and restraining your marketing messages.

These principles are precisely the opposite of traditional marketing. Yet they work. And they are the future.

Join us on 8 December 2011 when Michael Stelzner is our guest on BOOKED for Lunch, interviews with the world's leading business book authors.

Register for this complimentary webinar today.

This webinar is sponsored by GoToMeeting and powered by GoToWebinar.

During this webinar, we'll look at how to:

  • Create highly sharable content that meets people's needs
  • Identify and work with outside experts, many of whom will gladly promote your content
  • Attract and retain raving fans that will help your business grow
  • Creatively market and sell to people who will gladly purchase your products and services

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