Please join me in welcoming this week’s featured author Wendy Stevens, who wrote “Local Guerrilla Marketing” with Jay Conrad Levinson. Wendy is a powerful, dynamic speaker, and popular trainer, as well as a championship coach and mentor.
Wendy has leveraged her experience as a former All American, MVP and NCAA National Champion as well as a Division I Lacrosse Coach at Vanderbilt University and proven that the basic principles of success hold true whether you're on the playing field or running your own business.
Recognized as one of the top online marketers and social media experts, Wendy has been showcased as a speaker and trainer as a multiple seven-figure internet entrepreneur. Wendy has assisted thousands of people tripling their productivity at work, sales and marketing as well as launching their own successful businesses.
Wendy Stevens, who knows what it’s like to walk on and win, after nearly seven years of preparation as a savvy marketer, is launching her new book co-authored by the legendary marketing expert Jay Conrad Levinson, Local Guerrilla Marketing. Guerrilla Marketing is the best known marketing brand in history, named one of the 100 best business books ever written, with over 21 million sold Jay's books appear in 62 languages and are required reading in MBA programs worldwide.
This week Wendy will share insights on how businesses can get better results if they localize their marketing efforts. Her guest post will be uploaded shortly.
This Thursday, August 18, at 7 p.m. ET, Wendy will be available for a full hour on Twitter (#bizbooks) to answer questions how to market your business better online and target your marketing efforts. When asking Wendy a question on Twitter this Thursday please include #bizbooks in the Tweet so we can track it. Of course, you can direct the question to @VZSmallBiz or @WendyStevens too, but add #bizbooks.
I urge all businesses to seize this opportunity to join our LIVE Twitter chat to get insights directly from Wendy. Consider our live Twitter chat as a free consultation with a business expert; so, why not participate? Why not get some of your business issues addressed by one of our experts who may have already gone through it?
For additional tips on how to join our LIVE Twitter chat, check out this past post or review this short video tutorial (just go about 59 minutes into this webcast). Of course, don’t hesitate to post your questions below.
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