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A monster 15ft long alligator has been shot and killed in Florida. Ironically, the man whose property it was found on does guided hunts for alligators on his property. The beast was so large he had to use a tractor to move it. How does this relate to "The Donald"? No, his campaign isn't as dead as this pre-historic beast. Rather, I think they share some similarities. The discovery of this giant creature and the fact that he was hunted & killed on this Florida soil with outrage some, and endear others. Haters will hate, others will appreciate. It stirs up emotion, and provides a lot of advertising for the man's business. Sure, it turns some off - but it gets the attention of his target market as well. Just like Trump has throughout his campaign. Here are just a few tips we've tracked down from his campaign: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-trump-for-president-how-to-dominate-the-competition/ Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast ...

 
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There seems to be a certain amount of slack the market seems to give companies marketing their product. We all know that they are going to claim that their product is particularly awesome. And we expect them to live up to at least most of their claims. Well, an American man is taking things quite literal and is suing Anheuser-Busch because their Leffe Beer isn't made by Monks. Interesting. I'm all for truth in advertising, as it ensures customer satisfaction. In fact, I've done an entire podcast on how to keep your product congruent so your customers don't suffer a post-purchase hangover: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-the-russian-prince-rule-your-product-royally-with-an-iron-fist/ Here's to happy customers, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com


 
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If you want to get your point across, you can always burn an effigy of someone you don't like. Gets your message across for sure - may be a little aggressive though. Kind of like in Mexico where they burned effigies of Donald Trump. Maybe they didn't like his idea of setting up a huge wall to keep illegal immigrants out. Maybe it was a joke gone wrong. Maybe it was just a publicity stunt. Hard to say. But, like him or not, Trump knows how to own the media. I ran over just a few of the points why I think he's a political force to be taken seriously and how you can add some of his tricks to your biz promotions: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-trump-for-president-how-to-dominate-the-competition/ Here's to dominating the competition, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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It's just a thought, but maybe you should avoid punching people in the face. I know you probably think they deserve it. And maybe they were trying to hide something from you. But maybe you should ease up a bit. Especially if you're a Denver police officer, as the city's top watchdog has mentioned that: "Police officers should stop punching suspects in the face when they believe the person might have put evidence such as drugs in their mouths." Now they've been warned. At least there's an easier option than using brute force when it comes to advertising your biz online: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to getting the results you want without having to resort to physical violence, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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You never know what could happen on any given day. In biz or in the world at large. The other day, the Argentinian coast guard found an illegal Chinese fishing boat off their coast. When the Chinese ship refused radio contact, wouldn't allow the Argentinians to board and tried to repeatedly ram the coast guard, they sunk the ship. Despite the warnings of the coast guard, the Chinese vessel wouldn't comply. And it cost them dearly. Reminds me of advertising your biz online: If you don't follow the rules or don't know the rules, you can quickly find your advertising efforts sinking fast. Learn the ways of correct online advertising here: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to keeping your biz afloat in the sea of online advertising, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Winning the lottery. It's the stuff everyone dreams of. The fast cash in such a huge amount that you can do whatever you want, whenever you want to. What would it feel like to win? Well, that's what a woman in France felt. And what did she do? Mailed her winning ticket in and started on a huge shopping spree. Some time later, her husband wondered what was taking so long to receive their winnings. So he checked his wife's ticket numbers. And found out that she had lost. When the checks she used started bouncing, rather than coming clean, she claimed her purse was stolen. The cops have charged her with fraud. Like checking your lottery ticket, so it is with your biz - details matter. You've got to make sure you follow the proper procedure before throwing money around. You can find proper advertising procedures here: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to being sure of what you're doing before spending money, Matt H...


 
 
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Not sure if you've heard this one - but Google's working on a self-driving car. This has been in development for a while, and they aren't the only company working on this idea. A short while ago, it was reported that the self-driving car was in a car accident with a bus. Sooo, it's a work in progress. Reminds me of biz. If you trust someone to take the wheel when advertising your business, you'd better hope they know what they're doing. Or else.....CRASH. Don't end up broke-down on the side of the road, http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to safe & reliable biz growth, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Now, I'm the first one to say that it's a good idea to stand out from the crowd in your line of work. And usually it is. Usually. But if you're a burglar with "GUCCI" tattooed across your forehead, it may not be the best idea given your line of work. Cops in California recently pulled over a suspect like this - identified him by his tattoos - and it led to his arrest & multiple weapon convictions when they searched his house. Did he stand out from everyone else? Absolutely. Would people remember after seeing him? You bet. Could this make it easier for victims to later identify him? Yup. And his targeted advertising helped him stand out from the crowd when the cops started scanning the market. Our solutions can help you identify your target market easier than if they had obvious ink done. http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to standing out from the crowd in a good way, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarke...

 
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The other day I went to a tradeshow. It was aimed at people who liked fishing, off-roading, hunting and camping - outdoorsy people. It had virtually everything from guns and scopes to boats and trailers - pretty much anything outdoors related. So I went to have a look at what was out there. First off - it was incredibly busy. Wall-to-wall people and what seemed like hundreds of displays. With so many displays there are always a few that surprise me. Knitting related products? Roofing supplies? I feel sorry for these people. It would've cost a lot of money for them to have the display at the show. And yet, as I walked by they were sitting there looking bored with nobody interested in their products. They probably didn't have bad products. And they could've been the nicest people ever and had the best customer service in their industry. But they were trying to sell to the wrong crowd. If you can't effectively target the ...

 
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There's nothing like quickly boosting your sales numbers. It's something we all love to see. And there are all kinds of ways to do it. Lucky for you, we're covering one of the fastest ways that you can jack up your sales numbers in our latest podcast: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-brutal-bonuses-how-to-decrease-your-sales-with-one-easy-tactic/ The thing is - a LOT of people do this wrong and end up sabotaging their biz. Naturally, we show you how to avoid this as well. Here's to tactically increasing sales & avoiding poverty, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com