ClickZ And BrightWave Publish New Email Marketing Book

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Incisive Media & ClickZ Release The New Inbox from BrightWave Marketing CEO Simms Jenkins

20 April 2013 | 8:33 am Follow Up Book from The Truth About Email Marketing Author and Leading Industry Expert.New York, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2013 Global publisher Incisive Media and its ClickZ brand announced the publication of a new book from leading digital marketing expert, Simms Jenkins. The New Inbox: Why Email Marketing is the Digital Marketing Hub in a Social & Mobile World is the second book from the …

ClickZ and BrightWave Publish New Email Marketing Book

19 April 2013 | 9:13 pm ClickZ along with email marketing expert, Simms Jenkins, chief executive of BrightWave Marketing, have published a book entitled The New Inbox: Why Email Marketing is the Digital Marketing Hub in a Social & Mobile World.

eCampaignPro Releases Marketing Trends within the Real Estate Industry, Surveys Thousands

18 April 2013 | 2:00 pm eCampaignPro, the leading provider of self-service real estate email flyers and email marketing products for real estate professionals recently released a comprehensive report of m

Business Email Marketing – Proven tips, solutions and tools for small business owners (Kindle Edition) tagged “email marketing” 5 times

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Understanding CAN-SPAM (Kindle Edition) tagged “email marketing” 12 times

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Find Your Ideal Clients: The Secret To Irresistible Free Opt In Offers (Kindle Edition) tagged “email marketing” 7 times

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Email Marketing That Sells: Your Guide to Building a Fired Up Email List! (Kindle Edition) tagged “email marketing” 7 times

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The Constant Contact Guide to Email Marketing (Hardcover) tagged “email marketing” 8 times

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19 April 2013 | 2:58 pm We also have an email marketing guide and a social media guide these were created for customers of all experience levels. And it doesn't end there. From best practices (on email and social media) to help with the

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    • Lisa
    • April 20, 2013

    How To Sell My Screenplay? I was wondering how to come about on selling my screenplays!? I have at least seven of them & all they are doing is collecting dust. Few people have read my work and thought it was very good, but I don’t know how to market or get my work out there. ANY suggestions/advice/thoughts/ would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    In addition- what are the changes of my screenplay becoming a movie? How much say do I get in the production? Food for thought..

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      Okay, how about an answer from somebody who has actually optioned a script and had a few things made.

      What are your chances? Well somewhere between 100% and zero. As the saying goes, many are called, few are chosen. The reason for that is most people can’t write for beans. This doesn’t mean that you can’t get produced if you can’t write but it does make it harder.

      However there are things you can do to improve your chances.

      1.) Go to film festivals.

      Film is an industry of personal contacts. People like to put a face to a name. They want to know you’re part of the community, so to speak. A faceless email or fax query will not gain you that sort of attention. you need to get out there and meet with film makers. They tend to hang around film festivals. See a few films, hang around for the Q&A sessions and then head over to the bar afterwards to schmooze. Buy a couple of rounds and talk film. Don’t mention that you’re a screenwriter until asked, what you do. If they go so far as to ask you what you write, be precise and be short about it. Have those loglines on the tip of your brain and practice saying them until they roll off of your tongue like butter. They may even ask to see a script, be cool about it, like it’s no big deal.

      2.) Make a short film.

      The even better way of getting noticed is to make a short film and enter it into the film festival you’re going to be attending. This will get you a presenter badge, which sends a subtle, “I’m one of you,” message to the other more successful film makers in attendance. Also, any agent, manager or producer will watch a short over reading a script. This gives you a pole vault over the reader’s pile.

      3.) Know a guy who knows a guy who owes you a favor.

      Remember, personal contacts. I won’t read anything that doesn’t come to me through somebody I know. I won’t work with anybody who isn’t vouched for by someone I know. This might sound harsh but life is short and you don’t need those levels of stress in it.

      4.) Writing is rewriting.

      Be open and not precious with your words. A script is a collaboration and you are the furthest point from production. I can tell you that if something does get produced, you will not recognize it by the time it gets to screen. It will literally feel like it was written by somebody else.

      As far as production goes.

      You get some input as to the finished product but it really depends on your relationship with the director and what the producer wants in the end. It also depends on if your Director is good or just an idiot with no original ideas in his head. A crazy producer can also sink a film as can terrible acting.

      My advise is grit your teeth, cash the check and write something else. It’s not like you’re curing Cancer.

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    Can Someone Explain How The Process Of Getting A Book Published Actually Goes? I want to know about the submitting procedure and what kind of communication to expect while i wait for the novel to be approved or not. also the rights i have re the manuscript and do publishers actually want to meet you in person.

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      You submit to an agent following their own personal submission guidelines. You must find these out for every agent. Then your agent helps you to find a publisher, again following the publisher’s submission guidelines.
      The communication you can expect is I think nothing until you get a letter of rejection or a letter that says “send me more”. No need to hassle them about it. They usually have a note on their website that says “expect an answer within 6 months” for example.
      The rights you have depend on your contract with the publisher. You can expect to retain the copyright and be paid an advance and royalties. Details are to be negotiated.
      The publishers will definitely want to talk to you on the phone. I’m pretty sure the rest of it can be done my email and snail mail – at least for a first time author.

      Here is some information to get you started:
      First of all, you do not contact anybody until after your book is finished. Your ideas and unedited unfinished manuscripts are worthless.
      Second, all writers should know Yog’s Law: the money ALWAYS flows towards the author. Any agent who asks you for money upfront is a scammer. Any publisher who asks you for money upfront is either a scammer or a vanity press and often enough, they’re both.

      1/ Write your book to the highest standard. Learn all you can about the craft. Get it criticised by people who are neither your friends, family or teachers. Get your ego crushed. If they say it is terrible (and they will. All first drafts are awful), ask why. Ignore anybody who says it’s great, they’re not helping. Follow people’s advice. Then rewrite it all. Go get crushed again. Rewrite. Then edit and edit and edit. Repeat that process as many times as you need until people are just criticising tiny unimportant details.
      Keep in mind it is UNACCEPTABLE to have grammatical, punctuation or spelling errors or typos in a manuscript you submit.

      2/ Research. A LOT. Research how the publishing industry works. When you know how things work, start researching for an agent. Writers’ Market is there for that purpose. Find agents who cater to your genre. Do a background check on them to make sure they are legit. I suggest the forum Absolute Write to start with. These guys are very good. Also google “Agent Name + scam” and read what people are saying. Then find out their query requirements and query. Get rejected. Often. Just persevere. Eventually you might be accepted. If that is the case, move on to step 3

      3/ You and your agent will probably do some more editing and then your agent will help you query publishers. Again, research publishers before querying and make sure you follow their query guidelines. Again, get rejected a lot.

      4/ If you’re one of the lucky few, you will be accepted. A legitimate publisher will NOT ask you for any money. In fact, they will pay YOU an advance and if your book sells well, you’ll get royalties after that. If your book doesn’t sell well you keep your advance and the publisher is the one who will be at a loss. That’s why publishers are so hard to get. They take a big financial risk when they take you on. It also means they are much more motivated to sell your book.
      The publisher will provide: editing, cover artist, formatting, printing, marketing, copyright registration if you’re in the US, ISBN and distribution at a cost of ZERO to you.

      The alternative is self-publishing, but I don’t recommend it unless you’re a talented businessman. Be aware there are free options out there ( or Amazon Kindle for example) and certainly plenty which don’t cost thousands. That alternative means you are alone. You do all the work. All the marketing, all the editing, the cover art (unless you buy extra options). They just print it for you. Be wary of vanity presses posing as Print On Demand and self-publishers (again google Name + scam and ask the guys at Absolute Write.). Be aware that self-publishing also means you will probably not sell a lot of books if any. It’s a great option if you just want a few copies for friends and family or a small local project (ie a History of your local parish or a book about your family’s ancestors.) Be aware that self-publishing does not count as publishing credits and you would not be able to join any professional writers guild as well as being constantly reminded of the fact that your work was not selected by professionals. You will also have more trouble finding reviewers for your book as many bloggers, websites and most magazines and newspapers have a no self-published books review policy.

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    Move Back To Bangladesh After Graduating College Or Stay Back In The US? So I will be getting a BS degree in management and marketing from the University of South Florida. Back home my dad is involved with the garments industry (his company exports materials just as polo shirts, t- shirts, hoodies made out of pure cotton) and he wants me to take over the family business as he wants to retire. The problem with me is I’m absolutely in love with America and at the same time I do not want to upset him. What should my next step be? Thanks

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      You are in love with America more than you love Bangladesh??Do you know the history of Bengal?You dont love your 3000 year old culture and history and love a 200 year old country whos culture is exactly the opposite of what you grew up with? Maybe thats why our nation is so backwards…..anyways, Please dude, I beg you, I want the polo shirts your dad exports. I will pay you, but please, give em to me and I am serious, email me dude……….To answer ur question, I think you should work here for a while, maybe 3/4 years, grow out of your love and then go back to Bangladesh with money and stuff so that your dad cant say that you stood on his ground, not your own.

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