#165: Disney Details, Article Marketing, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from ColdEezeDecember 12, 2012
Episode #165 – Disney Details, Article Marketing, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from ColdEeze
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I wanted to share with you some of our experiences at Disney World, from the trip I did with my mastermind group.
I think you’ll find the Disney difference quite extraordinary – it’s all in the details.
Our viewer question concerns article marketing. Can you distribute the same article to multiple article sites, or is that
considered ‘spamming’? I’ll share the answer with you.
I have a great resource for you to get hand drawn animations created, it’s pretty nifty.
The BIG marketing lesson is from ColdEeze, which you may be familiar with. They put an insert in their product that
does a great job of marketing.
Thank you to Dave Crenshaw and Isabelle Mercier for their fine information.
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