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Getting Around the Advertised Retail Price Problem

Apparently, there has been some concern as of late due to a clause in the Membership agreement that disallows Members from advertising their products for less than retail price. Members are allowed to sell their products for whatever they deem fair but can’€™t advertise that price.  Therefore, simple workarounds are required to let newcomers to the AIM products know that...

Your Personal Testimony is Personal

Recently, somebody asked if they would get a company in trouble for telling people that a certain product helped them. The answer is no. Personal testimonies are awesome and any company likes to hear rave reviews about their products. However, personal testimonies aren’t facts because they can’t be substantiated by science.  If person x says “product y helped with condition...

How to Generate Leads Using AIM Blog Posts and Twitter

The AIM Companies is a direct-sales, network-marketing company. That means, folks aren’t able to walk into a Safe Way and take home a package of Red Rush or a twelve-pack of BarleyLife. They have to buy these products from independent distributors located around the globe. Back here at home base, I operate two major arms of our social media...

The Anatomy of a Blog Post

After I did that blogging webinar, I received the feedback from the people who attended. It turns out a lot of you out there in MyAIMStore land haven’t blogged before. That means my presentation about linking through and SEO formatting sort of fell on frustrated and bored ears. Some good news.  In August, Keith Duff and I will be...

AIM Membership Has Its Priveleges

A lot of you, and by that I mean almost some people, have asked me through various channels how to promote their blogs so that your brilliant treatises, theses and posts aren’t lost forever in the murky recesses of the sprawling interwebs. I hear you. It’s a tough, tough world out there. Every company has a blog and every blogger...