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Here It Is!Mastering The Lingo Used In Mobile MarketingOutsmart Your Competition: Learn About Lead Generation NowHow To Generate Great Leads For A BusinessBy Dean Schlenker|2013-04-19T16:28:19+00:00April 19th, 2013|Arizona Marketing|3 CommentsShare This Story, Choose Your Platform!FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+TumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: Dean Schlenker Related Posts NO THANKS, I’M JUST LOOKING: PROFESSIONAL RETAIL SALES TECHNIQUES FOR TURNING SHOPPERS INTO BUYERS NO THANKS, I’M JUST LOOKING: PROFESSIONAL RETAIL SALES TECHNIQUES FOR TURNING SHOPPERS INTO BUYERS Cool Arizona Marketing images Cool Arizona Marketing images Example of a Customer Testimonial – Windmill Health Products – Arizona Video Marketing-Long-Version Example of a Customer Testimonial – Windmill Health Products – Arizona Video Marketing-Long-Version Another lovely shot Another lovely shot Marketing Your Home For Sale – Scottsdale Arizona Marketing Your Home For Sale – Scottsdale Arizona 3 Comments Margaret April 19, 2013 at 5:07 pm 89 of 89 people found the following review helpful Hard work but worthwhile, February 26, 2005By Margaret (Santa Rosa, California, United States) – This review is from: The Artist’s Marketing and Action Plan Workbook (Paperback)It seems that many of us who are artists are content to languish undiscovered, to deluge our relatives with gorgeous handmade cards and crafts, and/or to feel that we’re really not good enough and motivated enough to sell our work – after all, we’d have been discovered if it was THAT good. This book will require you to answer questions and use a calculator, but once you’ve finished it you will have a marketing plan for your work – and you will feel that your work deserves it. You are neither too good for selling, nor not-good enough for it either. You can do it.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment S. Fizer "www.stephaniefizerart.com" April 19, 2013 at 6:04 pm 67 of 69 people found the following review helpful A Beginner’s Guide, March 23, 2007By S. Fizer “www.stephaniefizerart.com” – This review is from: The Artist’s Marketing and Action Plan Workbook (Paperback)This book is highly recommended for the artist who is either unorganized and just hasn’t put much thought into the financial side of things. If you are highly organized or have done some planning regarding the financial side of the art business, skip this book. And if you are looking for actual information on marketing your work, skip this book.This series of worksheets will help you recognize and organize your personal and business goals. It will lead you through the steps of calculating how you should be pricing your work and how to determine what your liveable wage is. It will not give you any ideas on how to acheive this other than a short checklist of different venues you can sell your artwork.Personally, I hoped for a bit more marketing inspiration than this book was able to offer me. But I speak as someone who has already spent long hours calculating the dark financial side of the art world. If you haven’t done that, go ahead and buy this book, it’s worth the small amount of money. Otherwise, you’re better off scouring the internet for marketing ideas.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Patrick M. Burke "Pat Burke" April 19, 2013 at 6:39 pm 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful Now I Feel Armed, January 8, 2007By Patrick M. Burke “Pat Burke” (New Orleans, Louisiana) – This review is from: The Artist’s Marketing and Action Plan Workbook (Paperback)For those of us who sell our art directly to the public, anyone who can offer tips, shortcuts or revelations is a godsend. Ten pages into Jonathan Talbot’s workbook: The Artists Marketing and Action Plan, I knew I had an ally. Where others fill space with wandering art theory and verbiage, Talbot gets right to work with valuable and insightful questions (such as “Why Are You An Artist?”) and information on how to actually make money in the business. This isn’t a book for your shelf, it’s a rugged softcover that begs to be dog-eared, scrawled on and referred back to. It’s a workbook in the truest sense of the word. Talbot doesn’t so much tell you; the pencil is in your hands. You tell you, with Talbot’s course plan guiding you to some very basic but subtle conclusions that you might have intuitively suspected yourself. This book is very much about self discovery. He just asks the right questions. And of course there are no guarantees of success with this book as there are none with others. You have to apply what you learn, or at least face yourself with your new found knowledge. That’s what Talbot seems to be about; letting our own knowledge serve to direct us to do what must be done to succeed. It’s inspiring, it’s humbling…but it works.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | CommentComments are closed.