PRLog - Oct. 27, 2009 - FEDERAL WAY, Wash. -- It may be tempting to save money on marketing by focusing solely on Internet opportunities, but Seattle Biz Coach Terry Corbell says multi-channel marketing works best.
Biz Coach Terry Corbell
In response to a query by a reader at his Web site, The Biz Coach, Mr. Corbell provides a primer on multi-channel marketing.
He explains several techniques, including: Viral marketing, e-mail blasts, getting a return on your investment, trends in direct response, online search costs, tips for selling to tech buyers, and explains how TV is effective in targeting men.
To see the full Biz Coach report, visit: http://www.bizcoachinfo.com/
His Web site, http://www.bizcoachinfo.com, details his background and provides scores of free performance-
He is an entertaining public speaker who engages his audience. His seminars are highly interactive, informative and fun. Each person in the audience feels Mr. Corbell is talking with them, not at them. He often draws upon his experiences in business and broadcasting and to explain his principles.
His full-range of results-oriented training seminars and classes include:
- The Seven Steps to Higher Sales
- Finance for Non-Financial Employees
- Generating Profits in Customer Service, Sales and Teamwork
- Managing for Success & Developing Leadership
- Harassment: How to Avoid the EEOC Crosshairs
- Creating Change and Managing Growth
Many classes are presented in special half-day seminars at a recession-buster price (http://www.bizcoachinfo.com/
The Biz Coach seminars’ benefits include:
1. Convenient, on-site training
2. Experiential exercises.
3. Tailored for your industry
4. Flexible class times
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Biz Coach Terry Corbell is a business-performance consultant and profit professional. As a longtime media columnist, he publishes performance-