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Gmail Spanks Email Marketing: Your Solution


Google just added a new “promotions” tab to it’s Gmail application that has caused a big stir in the email marketing arena (that includes just about every Network Marketer who wishes to build their business using the Internet).

Basically this means that any email that Google deems “promotional” will likely land in a tab that could easily be ignored.

Now, I’m not saying this is the end of email marketing, but it is absolutely (without question) a big change.

And it’s a wake up call for those of you who haven’t carved out your piece of real estate online with a WordPress Blog.

Just about every top marketer I know has a blog.

  • Jonathan Budd
  • Ann Sieg
  • Mike Dillard
  • Ray Higdon
  • Todd Falcone

That list could go on and on.

One of the biggest challenges people face is getting their blog set up.

So I had my team create a dozen WordPress Blog Tutorials to help you get started.

Now, more than ever, it’s urgent that you have your own place online…not controlled by Google or Facebook.

Check out my BloggerPop WordPress Tutorials here.

Inside you get a dozen WordPress tutorials and 17 bonus marketing videos to help you get started marketing your business online.

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  1. I personally like the new layout, its cleaner and functions well. Anyone with half a brain checks the boxes anyway..

    To delve on deeper, It would nearly be inner curiosity that would drive the person to click on the extra boxes and that bit of extra effort might just prompt them to open & read the emails.

    Im an avid email reader anyway, but I feel this would be the case. Thoughts?

    p.s I think you guys might have an internal server error. Posted a few comments on here and it completely failed both times.. the comment does seem to stick, as when I back page its still there and when I try to resubmit.. it says “duplicate comment” ..

  2. I have a love/hate relationship with Google and GMAIL. I use GMAIL for my personal account (one of them) but don’t believe it’s as good as Hotmail. They do a bad job sorting emails and way too many go to the junk folder than they do in Hotmail. Of course, this is just my personal opinion.


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