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  • Posted October 6, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Great book!

    Very informative! Highly recommended.

    You might also want to check out "Marketing With Meaning" by Bob Gilbreath. Go to bobgilbreath.blogspot.com to download a free chapter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2007

    Worth reading - worth getting past pg 11 through 19

    Review of 'Mommy, Where do customers come from?' By Larry Bailin The book, the technical part, has wonderful advice. Common sense for someone that knows internet marketing inside out. It's a new common sense that the everyday person does not have. The beginning of the book is full of attitude and too much of it. The author lost me on page 19, but I trudged on and I'm very pleased that I did. There are gems in there that will get you thinking. I think the author was trying to bridge the gap between being a top notch key note speaker and author. ( my advice get a better editor, Sir) He failed, someone should have told him the 'voice' in a book is not at all the same as the voice, body language and charisma that you are able to establish with a live audience or face to face. I'm very glad I trudge on through the entire book overlooking the 'jersey sarcasm' the book will help me on many levels.I think the author should fire his editor. I was not sure who Billy really was though. There was not a proper introduction. If you read the first ten pages, then the book, the next ten beginning pages after you've read the entire book it will bode much better. The gag reflex will not interfere with the true gems in the book itself. Yes, Add this to your collection on how to market your website. Still a matter of fact book on marketing, worth reading and gaining the wealth of knowledge. A.L.

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    Posted August 19, 2009

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