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All Articles Written By: Marcia Yudkin

1.   The Top Four Introvert Marketing Strengths, As Rated by Introverts Themselves and the Public by Marcia Yudkin
    It's true that introverts will never grab center stage at a party, and they are not masterful at small talk. However, introverts have many other abilities that take them far in business, and it can make a huge difference to potential clients when those qualities are spotlighted in their marketing.
    Distributed: 2010-12-23 10:00:00 | Word Count: 529 | Page Views: 2114 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
2.   Introverted Business Owners: Don't Believe These Three Myths About Introverts' Marketing Abilities by Marcia Yudkin
    If you know you're an introvert, you may believe you're at a huge disadvantage when it comes to marketing. Watch out for three myths that are harmful to a lot of introverts when it comes to marketing.
    Distributed: 2010-12-21 11:00:00 | Word Count: 697 | Page Views: 1922 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
3.   How to Work Well With Introverted Clients: Four Guidelines by Marcia Yudkin
    Introverts are reserved people who treasure their privacy, work most productively one-on-one and may need time and space for making decisions. Discover how to create the conditions for a great long-term relationship with introverted clients.
    Distributed: 2010-12-16 10:00:00 | Word Count: 595 | Page Views: 1684 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
4.   Selling to Introverts: 10 Ways to Appeal to Introverts' Marketing Preferences by Marcia Yudkin
    Whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, you probably have an unthinking tendency to market to people the way you yourself prefer to be communicated with and treated. If your target audience resembles you, that approach succeeds. But if your target audience differs greatly from you, you're shooting yourself in the foot when you do that. Learn how this applies to selling to introverts.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 789 | Page Views: 2068 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
5.   Marketing to Introverts: Seven Marketing Pitches That Leave Introverts Cold by Marcia Yudkin
    Unlike extroverts, who thrive on social interaction, introverts recharge their batteries by being alone. They tend to be more private, quiet and to-the-point than extroverts. Here are seven types of marketing pitches that are common in Internet marketing - and elsewhere - that leave introverts cold.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 10:00:00 | Word Count: 822 | Page Views: 1622 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
6.   Marketing for Introverts: Is an Online Business the Cure-All? by Marcia Yudkin
    Is an online business is the most suitable earning situation for introverts? Not necessarily. Find out why it may be a poor idea for an introvert to use their computer as a shield against face-to-face interaction.
    Distributed: 2010-12-07 11:45:00 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 1570 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
7.   Introvert Marketing: Success Models May Help You Attract Business Your Own Way by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people assume that successful people are by definition extroverts. That's untrue. When you look more closely and carefully, you can see many introverts succeeding in public life and in business. To join their ranks, find a success model or two and learn from them.
    Distributed: 2010-11-18 10:00:00 | Word Count: 350 | Page Views: 2006 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2.00
8.   Introvert Marketing: How Reserved Can Also Mean Revered by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people believe introverts are wallflowers who have no power to attract people to them. In fact, there are numerous ways that introverted business owners can have magnetism. The two keys are knowing yourself and building an authentic reputation upon that foundation.
    Distributed: 2010-11-16 13:00:00 | Word Count: 404 | Page Views: 1438 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
9.   Marketing for Introverts: Ignore the Shoulds and Blaze Your Own Trail by Marcia Yudkin
    If you're an introvert in business, should you force yourself to market in a way that doesn't match who you are? No! Find out why.
    Distributed: 2010-11-04 10:30:00 | Word Count: 405 | Page Views: 1882 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.00
10.   Marketing for Introverts: Must We Impersonate Extroverts? by Marcia Yudkin
    Introverts need not pretend to be extroverts to succeed in business. Reclaiming your personality and building a marketing infrastructure that respects your personal strengths requires knowing yourself and trusting that people are out there who will appreciate you as you are at your best.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 11:00:00 | Word Count: 414 | Page Views: 1644 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
11.   Four Warnings Regarding a Foreign-Sounding (or Foreign-Looking) New Business Name by Marcia Yudkin
    Foreign names for companies or products sometimes do very well in the American market. We also see plenty of pseudo-foreign names - created by misapplying spelling patterns found in foreign languages. Use my four-point checklist to make sure you're branding well by giving your name a foreign flavor rather than burdening your creation with a seriously disadvantageous name.
    Distributed: 2010-02-09 10:30:00 | Word Count: 726 | Page Views: 1234 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2.00
12.   Your New Business Name: Three Problems That Could Spell Trouble by Marcia Yudkin
    If customers, referral sources and media people can't correctly translate the spoken version of your business name into writing, or if they can't make sense of it when they hear the name, word of mouth publicity hits a major snag. Avoid these serious problems when deciding on your new company name.
    Distributed: 2010-02-04 10:00:00 | Word Count: 596 | Page Views: 1399 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 3.00
13.   A Company Catchphrase: Creating a Motto or Slogan That Promotes Your Business by Marcia Yudkin
    Catchphrases, mottoes and slogans truly influence customers, and that's why you want one for your own company. In just three steps, here's how to make one up for your company.
    Distributed: 2010-02-02 10:00:00 | Word Count: 608 | Page Views: 4602 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.67
14.   Naming Your Business: Five Hidden Pittfalls of Using Creative Spelling in Your New Company Name by Marcia Yudkin
    Many companies put the quirks of the English language to work by concocting an alternate spelling of a key word for their name. This associates their organization with a certain quality while standing out with a unique-looking name. However, creative spelling in a name has five significant disadvantages.
    Distributed: 2010-01-28 10:30:00 | Word Count: 549 | Page Views: 1338 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 4.00
15.   Crowdsourcing: Three Ways You Can Find a Great New Company or Product Name Free or at Low Cost by Marcia Yudkin
    Increasingly popular, "crowdsourcing" involves inviting a large number of people to perform a task, with a prize promised to the person or team whose work is selected as the winner. Discover three methods of crowdsourcing, five advantages of generating a new company or product name this way and five disadvantages.
    Distributed: 2010-01-26 11:00:00 | Word Count: 782 | Page Views: 1246 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 2.50
16.   Crowdsourcing: 9 Hidden Pitfalls of This New Method of Generating Your New Business Name by Marcia Yudkin
    Want to get a spiffy new company name or product name fast, at low cost? A lot of Internet-savvy people are looking into a method of finding new names called "crowdsourcing." Although it produces possible names fast, at low cost, crowdsourcing carries with it nine significant disadvantages.
    Distributed: 2010-01-21 10:45:00 | Word Count: 1053 | Page Views: 2804 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2.00
17.   Company or Product Naming: 7 Ways to Add Pizzazz to a Boring Business Name by Marcia Yudkin
    You're starting a new company, launching a new product or trying to inject pizzazz into an existing company or product that seems way too boring and ordinary. Try these 7 techniques to shape the basic facts about your business into a name with energy and zing.
    Distributed: 2010-01-19 11:45:00 | Word Count: 407 | Page Views: 1425 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 3.50
18.   Five Ways to Make Your Company Slogan Catchy or Your Tag Line Terrific by Marcia Yudkin
    Your company slogan should say something interesting in a snappy way. It performs marketing magic by making the company stand out from competitors and stick in the minds of customers. In this article, we start with a couple of bland company names and then jazz them up with five tag line techniques...
    Distributed: 2010-01-14 10:15:00 | Word Count: 526 | Page Views: 5293 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.33
19.   Generate Your New Product Name: Brainstorming Tips by Marcia Yudkin
    Use these nine methods of brainstorming to pile up loads of naming ingredients for your new product. Then combine and tweak them to create possible names. Have fun while doing this, because a playful attitude promotes creativity.
    Distributed: 2010-01-12 13:45:00 | Word Count: 595 | Page Views: 3429 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
20.   What Science Says About Selecting the Best Business Name for Your Company by Marcia Yudkin
    If you turn away from the idea of naming as a black art, you can find some secrets of branding in scientific studies that have been published after having been reviewed by academic authorities as reliable. Here are four points on which researchers have given us insights that help guide the creation of effective business names.
    Distributed: 2009-08-13 11:00:00 | Word Count: 729 | Page Views: 1287 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.30
21.   Frequent Mistake #3 While Naming a New Company or New Product by Marcia Yudkin
    Too often, business owners strain for an unusual name, just for the sake of attention. And the very unusualness of the name then becomes a serious liability. Sometimes, a name that is simple and clear is best. Here's why, with two examples.
    Distributed: 2009-08-11 11:00:00 | Word Count: 432 | Page Views: 1112 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.40
22.   The #2 Most Common Mistake In Naming a New Company or New Product by Marcia Yudkin
    Too often, business owners and organizational marketers don't take the time to think about possible shortcomings of the name they settle on. Instead, those shortcomings emerge over time, costing them dearly in sales and opportunities. It's far more cost-effective to name your product or service properly in the first go. Use this checklist to identify hidden pitfalls of some names so they don't blindside you.
    Distributed: 2009-08-06 11:12:00 | Word Count: 567 | Page Views: 1101 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
23.   Top Mistake #1 When Naming a New Company or New Product by Marcia Yudkin
    The top mistake in choosing a name is deciding on the name you like best. That very obvious-sounding strategy is wrong because of four pitfalls. Learn how evade those pitfalls to arrive at a name you can grow with.
    Distributed: 2009-08-04 10:24:00 | Word Count: 780 | Page Views: 1892 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.40
24.   Have You Outgrown the Company Name You Started With? Renaming Tips by Marcia Yudkin
    The second most common reason my firm gets hired for renaming is that the company has outgrown its original name in some way. If this applies to you, here's how to proceed so you end up with a company name you can live and grow with for many years.
    Distributed: 2009-07-30 13:36:00 | Word Count: 575 | Page Views: 1391 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.09
25.   For a Better New Product Name or New Company Name, Create a Scorecard by Marcia Yudkin
    Create a list of criteria for your new business name or product name before you start brainstorming. This enables you to winnow your list to the top names with confidence.
    Distributed: 2009-07-29 10:48:00 | Word Count: 501 | Page Views: 2518 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.15
26.   Does Your Proposed New Company Name Open the Door to Ridicule? by Marcia Yudkin
    A lack of attention during the naming process can inadvertently make it easier for comedians, protesters and whiners to poke fun at your company. Before finalizing your new company name, run it by these tests so you can tweak the name or reject it if necessary to avoid predictable problems.
    Distributed: 2009-07-28 16:00:00 | Word Count: 516 | Page Views: 1132 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.00
27.   A Good Business Name Must Be Bold: Oh, Really? by Marcia Yudkin
    T h e n a m i n g " m u s t " y o u ' l l e n c o u n t e r m o s t o f t e n i s t h i s o n e : A G o o d B u s i n e s s N a m e M u s t B e B o l d . I t m u s t m a k e a s t a t e m e n t . I t m u s t s t a n d o u t . I t m u s t c a l l a t t e n t i o n t o i t s e l f . B u t n o , t h a t ' s n o t t r u e - n o t a l w a y s .
    Distributed: 2009-07-23 12:00:00 | Word Count: 398 | Page Views: 1971 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.90
28.   Need a New Business Name? Try an Extended Metaphor by Marcia Yudkin
    When images and words work together to develop one concept in several different ways, that's an extended metaphor. Extended metaphors give readers pleasure, make a company more memorable and have unlimited creative potential to help a company's new name stand head and shoulders above the competition.
    Distributed: 2009-07-23 10:00:00 | Word Count: 522 | Page Views: 2933 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.00
29.   The Mystique of Numbers in Company Names by Marcia Yudkin
    Numbers have personalities that you need to be aware of when using them in company or product names. This principle is illustrated with several examples and a few warnings about using numbers in company names.
    Distributed: 2009-07-22 11:36:00 | Word Count: 524 | Page Views: 4315 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.80
30.   Has Your Company Name Landed You in Legal Hot Water? Renaming Tips by Marcia Yudkin
    The #1 reason business owners hire my company to create a new business name within a week is they've received a cease-and-desist letter from an attorney. Such a letter means business. Never ignore it! Find out what to do about it.
    Distributed: 2009-07-21 11:48:00 | Word Count: 506 | Page Views: 1210 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.17
31.   Is a Tag Line Absolutely Necessary Along With Your Company Name? by Marcia Yudkin
    In some instances, a perfect name can get the company's message across on its own, without a tag line. Learn when this works and why.
    Distributed: 2009-07-21 11:12:00 | Word Count: 507 | Page Views: 1887 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.58
32.   Does Your Company Tag Line Pass These Five Crucial Tests? by Marcia Yudkin
    After looking at the many disastrous slogans that state tourism boards have happily paid tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars for, I suggest replacing the "feel-good" test with five much more grounded criteria. When you're trying to decide on the best tag line to accompany your organization' s name on the web site, brochures, business cards, stationery, ads, mugs and mouse pads, make sure your winner passes these five tests.
    Distributed: 2009-07-16 11:48:00 | Word Count: 504 | Page Views: 1784 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.45
33.   Changing Your Company Name: The Good, The Bad and The Unnecessary by Marcia Yudkin
    Wondering whether or not to change your company name? Several reasons for doing this are legitimate. Other reasons should make you stop and reconsider.
    Distributed: 2009-07-16 11:00:00 | Word Count: 520 | Page Views: 6453 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.22
34.   For Word of Mouth Marketing, Make Sure Your New Company Name is Sayable by Marcia Yudkin
    Saddling your company with a name that you need to instruct people how to pronounce means putting it at a distinct disadvantage. Spend a little more time and selectivity in naming to give your organization a name that people can easily say when seeing it.
    Distributed: 2009-07-15 12:00:00 | Word Count: 510 | Page Views: 3695 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.33
35.   Avoid These Five Tragic Tag Line Misfires by Marcia Yudkin
    A tag line is the little slogan that follows a business name on a web site, in ads, on company stationery and elsewhere. A prime branding opportunity, it should say something that encourages ideal customers to do business with you.
    Distributed: 2009-07-14 13:24:00 | Word Count: 845 | Page Views: 1770 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.82
36.   For Snazzier New Product Names, Use Creative Naming Prompts by Marcia Yudkin
    Try these six brainstorming prompts when you have to come up with a new product name. Examples included!
    Distributed: 2009-07-14 11:24:00 | Word Count: 286 | Page Views: 2265 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.08
37.   When It Comes to Business Names, Acronyms Are FUBAR by Marcia Yudkin
    When you're dreaming up a new company name or product name, avoid acronyms. Here's why.
    Distributed: 2009-07-09 10:00:00 | Word Count: 553 | Page Views: 3172 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.55
38.   Lessons in Business Naming from Newspaper Headlines by Marcia Yudkin
    Newspaper headlines often involve enjoyable wordplay - which could easily figure in business names or tag lines as well. By pondering a couple of dozen headlines, I was able to extract four lessons for naming.
    Distributed: 2009-07-08 14:00:00 | Word Count: 538 | Page Views: 1920 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
39.   Understanding Connotations in Tag Lines, Business Names and Monikers by Marcia Yudkin
    Discover a simple secret for preventing communication disasters in company names or product names. Instead of fighting what words mean to your audience, you can increase your ability to nail a thought or idea in powerful names, sentences, nicknames or slogans.
    Distributed: 2009-07-07 11:12:00 | Word Count: 523 | Page Views: 1822 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 1.75
40.   I Was Quoted in the News, Now What? Publicity Dilemma 10 by Marcia Yudkin
    Whether it was the Wall Street Journal or Hometown News Radio that quoted you last Monday, congratulate yourself. You have achieved a credibility-boosting distinction that many businesses never attain. Now find out how you can derive lasting benefit from your media coverage.
    Distributed: 2009-04-16 10:00:00 | Word Count: 597 | Page Views: 1283 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.90
41.   How Can I Take Advantage of Breaking News? Publicity Dilemma 9 by Marcia Yudkin
    If a news story breaks that relates to the services or products you sell, become alert, find an interesting way to make the connection, and take action as soon as possible. This is one of the fastest and cheapest ways to earn media coverage that captures attention in the marketplace.
    Distributed: 2009-04-14 10:12:00 | Word Count: 665 | Page Views: 1381 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67
42.   I'm Afraid of Being Misquoted! Publicity Dilemma 8 by Marcia Yudkin
    It's understandable to be apprehensive about being misrepresented in the news. You don't want to show up there with the equivalent of toilet paper snaking from your shoe. Yet being misquoted is not usually the catastrophe most people think it is.
    Distributed: 2009-04-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 667 | Page Views: 1322 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.17
43.   Can a Press Release Be Controversial? Publicity Dilemma 7 by Marcia Yudkin
    Controversy gets attention. And from the standpoint of publicity, the best kind of controversy is a position or practice that goes against a habit or belief shared by the public, a profession or a niche population, yet has a solid rationale in its favor.
    Distributed: 2009-04-07 11:00:00 | Word Count: 700 | Page Views: 1364 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.43
44.   What if My Publicity Angle Needs a Photo? Publicity Dilemma 6 by Marcia Yudkin
    Photos need context and verbal pointers to be complete and persuasive, yet words by themselves can tell the story and sell the reader. So give your story the best possible shot at media coverage by carefully providing context and details in your verbal pitch and amplifying that with a photo.
    Distributed: 2009-04-02 11:00:00 | Word Count: 521 | Page Views: 1197 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.57
45.   Can I Target Only High-end Customers With My Publicity Offer? Publicity Dilemma 5 by Marcia Yudkin
    Things get tricky when you hope to restrict your publicity bait to a certain population. Here's why.
    Distributed: 2009-04-01 11:00:00 | Word Count: 558 | Page Views: 1362 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.33
46.   Do We Need to Buy Ads to Get Media Coverage? Publicity Dilemma 4 by Marcia Yudkin
    The larger and more prestigious the publication, the less it's true that you must "pay to play" - buy advertising in order to get media coverage. That's because it's a time-honored principle of journalistic ethics that advertising and editorial copy must be functionally separate. Here's how to maximize your chances of new product coverage.
    Distributed: 2009-03-12 11:12:00 | Word Count: 604 | Page Views: 1217 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.25
47.   We're Trying to Do Good But Got No Response: Publicity Dilemma 3 by Marcia Yudkin
    When a plain old press release doesn't attract media interest in your cause, it's time to inject the outreach for your do-good project with one or more of five irresistible publicity elements for non-profits.
    Distributed: 2009-03-10 12:00:00 | Word Count: 561 | Page Views: 1354 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 4.00
48.   What's the Right Timing for Publicity? Publicity Dilemma 2 by Marcia Yudkin
    Media deadlines are the most important element in proper timing for publicity. Follow these guidelines to make the publicity process work in your favor.
    Distributed: 2009-03-05 11:36:00 | Word Count: 495 | Page Views: 1330 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.40
49.   Should You Use Publicity to Defend Your Reputation? Publicity Dilemma 1 by Marcia Yudkin
    Keeping quiet when you feel your reputation is becoming tarnished goes against the natural impulse to defend yourself. Find out why you might very likely be making things worse by responding.
    Distributed: 2009-03-03 13:24:00 | Word Count: 633 | Page Views: 1334 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 2.50
50.   Preview Teleseminars: Avoid These Off-Putting Mistakes by Marcia Yudkin
    When you have a new product or an upcoming event, a free preview teleseminar can do a great job of drumming up excitement about it. It's vital to execute this strategy with due consideration for your teleseminar listeners. Be straight, be fair, be professional. These may sound like common sense principles for marketers, yet I've heard them violated in major ways during preview calls.
    Distributed: 2009-02-03 12:00:00 | Word Count: 920 | Page Views: 1195 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.38
51.   Interviewing an Expert For a Teleseminar? Avoid These Six Mistakes by Marcia Yudkin
    Recording and interviewing an expert on a topic that has value for a group of listeners is one of the quickest and easiest ways to create a saleable product. This sort of teleseminar can also help drum up interest in an upcoming event as a free preview call. However, as someone who has been interviewed or interviewed others dozens of times and listened to scores more expert interviews, I've observed several pitfalls that can affect the quality of the product.
    Distributed: 2009-01-29 13:00:00 | Word Count: 660 | Page Views: 1342 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 0.00
52.   Six Technical Mistakes to Avoid When Running Teleseminars by Marcia Yudkin
    With teleseminars, teleclasses and teleconferences increasingly popular, newcomers to this remote learning format make numerous mistakes that mar their prospects for making money from the telephone sessions.
    Distributed: 2009-01-27 12:24:00 | Word Count: 508 | Page Views: 1175 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
53.   Teleseminars: Eight Factors That Boost Their Perceived Value by Marcia Yudkin
    If you're savvy about factors that boost the perceived value of teleseminars, you can charge many times more than the going rate.
    Distributed: 2009-01-22 12:12:00 | Word Count: 721 | Page Views: 1306 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.50
54.   Transform Your Teleseminar into a High-Ticket, High-Value Course by Marcia Yudkin
    Over the summer, a marketing guru was grilling me about my audio courses when I could hear him suddenly sit up straight and pay attention in a different way. Once you read this article, you will sit straight up and pay closer attention to my words, today and in the future.
    Distributed: 2009-01-20 11:48:00 | Word Count: 542 | Page Views: 1233 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.00
55.   Why You Should Edit Teleseminar Recordings - and How by Marcia Yudkin
    For years, I led single-session teleseminars and sold them as products without doing any audio editing. When I shifted from offering one-off teleclasses to multi-session classes, however, I raised my standards.
    Distributed: 2009-01-15 11:24:00 | Word Count: 508 | Page Views: 1257 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.00
56.   Host a Teleseminar Like a Talk Show Pro by Marcia Yudkin
    It's extremely rare to host a teleseminar exclusively with people who already recognize your voice. Likewise, listeners may not recall the name of your guest. They may have downloaded or received your audio recording without an adequate written introduction. So always introduce both yourself and your guest using both first and last names.
    Distributed: 2009-01-13 11:24:00 | Word Count: 572 | Page Views: 1306 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
57.   Tips for Teleseminar Offers by Marcia Yudkin
    Whether it's your own teleseminar or you're appearing as guest expert on someone else's teleseminar, you will often have an opportunity to tell listeners about a special offer. Normally you'd offer a discount not available to the public at large or something free that isn't generally advertised at all.
    Distributed: 2009-01-06 12:12:00 | Word Count: 457 | Page Views: 1161 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.17
58.   Teleseminar Security Tips by Marcia Yudkin
    How do you prevent people who have registered for your teleseminar from passing around the teleseminar call-in information to those who haven't paid for it?
    Distributed: 2008-12-30 11:12:00 | Word Count: 537 | Page Views: 1907 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.86
59.   Teleseminar Handouts: Everything You Need to Know But Forgot to Ask by Marcia Yudkin
    Whenever you present a teleseminar, teleclass or teleconference, the main channel of communication is auditory. After all, you are speaking to your audience on a telephone bridge line, and in many cases the audience is also talking back to you and to one another.
    Distributed: 2008-12-23 11:00:00 | Word Count: 998 | Page Views: 1557 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.00







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