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Why “Killer Facebook Ads” by Marty Weintraub is a MUST-Read

If you’ve ever heard Marty speak—a whirlwind of energy—then you can appreciate that reading his book on Killer Facebook Ads is like having him sitting next to you, explaining exactly how you would create ads for your particular situation. 200 pages of Marty—enough to make your mind explode with ideas!… Read more »

Facts you probably didn’t know about the Yellow Pages

There are 540 million directories printed in the United States each year. That’s 1.7 directories per person, assuming just over 300 million people living in the US.  There is not one “yellow pages” company, so it’s many companies printing many books. The average yellow pages book weighs 3.62 pounds.  Multiply… Read more »

Social Media is a Lie We Perpetuate

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I started and completed a 260 page book in my 4 hour flight between Washington DC and Phoenix today.  It’s Trust Agents by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith.  I average a page a minute for light content—half a page per minute for dense, textbook-like content.  The lie is explained later… Read more »