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Saturday, January 17, 2009
One Chocolate Addict Coming Up...

I've always been accused of being a chocolate addict, but... I've met someone who out does me, time over, hands down, and still has a chocolate smudged face. Last night at dinner, Oris George was caught eying the chocolate cake, long before it was set on the table. Then with his long stick he got the first piece, Danielle cut her piece in half and gave it to him. Esther asked him if he wanted half of hers and Jan announced unabashedly, he ain't getting half of mine!

Suck ups! They're all out to impress the Writer, just because he has elodes of stories published in that danged ole Brayer Magazine. I'm sure there's a ploy there somewhere, he's just out to get more chocolate cake!

Oh, yeah, I got on here to write about the meeting last night...

A bunch of writers got together as they do the first and third Friday of each month and gathered around the table for food and writer information. We reviewed a new article about being a motivated writer (sometimes leaders must use the whip) and looked over the magazine that instigated the article. The thought of publishing a similar magazine occasionally came to mind... I'm seriously thinking we need to consider it. Everyone else got excited too.

Then we worked on the Internet on Danielle's site and Oris George's site, and I showed them around a couple of my sites.

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Saturday, January 10, 2009
SEO - Cyber-Chocolate "The Chocolate Drop" Marketing Concepts
When I started seeking my marketing experience on the Internet, I looked for quick easy ways to promote my websites, market my information, and climb to the top of's search engine. The Chocolate Drop became my symbol of success.

A chocolate drop isn't too sweet, it's just sweet enough. It isn't too much chocolate, it's just the right amount. A chocolate drop isn't too little, it's just right. The chocolate drop is the perfect symbol for success, because it's enough of the right stuff.

How many chocolate drops do you get when you reach the top? Enough.

If you're operating a business online and seeking success from your business operation, you might want to seriously consider what you're looking at. What does success look like to you?

The Law of Attraction says it's an abundance of wealth. Chocolate Drop Marketing Concepts say, it's enough. Based on the concept of plenty, Chocolate Drop Marketing offers you ENOUGH.

Once you've got what you need, you'll want enough more to keep you comfortable. Enough can mean many things to different people, but to most it means plenty. It means enough. An abundance of any given object is enough to do as you wish with that object. The blessing of ENOUGH means you'll never do without, you'll always have plenty.

The folks at The Chocolate Drop wish you ENOUGH!

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Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Chocolate Marketing Concepts
Double Dipping - Chocolate “Article” Marketing Concepts Maximize Profits

Double dipping is often recognized as a negative thing. Nobody wants you dipping your bitten off celery back in the cream cheese, and if you’re a retired school employee working in education is simply taboo. But Double dipping with your article marketing endeavors is a different story.

Let me tell you how to maximize your profits with a successful double dipping strategy that makes each article you write do double or triple duty. These chocolaty rich marketing strategies are sure to bring profits to your business online.

250 Word Summary

This is a key concept. When you’re writing articles, you must have a key concept or principle for which you’re writing. That key can be written in a few words, say… 250 - 300 words, the short form. In this format you recognize your key points and identify the purpose of your article, add a resource box that invites the reader to your website for more information and exit the article with a copyright symbol and your contact information.

5 - 10 Step Article

Usually, the first article I write beyond the summary on any given topic has 5 - 10 steps in a list of specifics I intend to talk about throughout a series of sorts that culminates into a group of articles profoundly capable of becoming much more than just a traffic driving article. Each of these pentacle steps become article fodder that I use in various steps of double dipping the article.

400 - 700 Word Content

This article will be most readily found at the end of the link in your resource box, perhaps through a squeeze page, or some other quick identification grabbing page where your reader can sign into your Marketing List. After all, if they’re really interested in that little tidbit enough to sign up for more, they’ll really be interested in what you offer them every week.

1000 Word Report

Add in those nasty statistics and offer them to your readers at the end of the article at a penance of a price, so they can actually use the information in the article. You’re really not writing an additional 1000 words, but rather adding in specific statistics and details your reader needs to apply the information in your article. Once the details are added, you format the report with a key title and post it as a .PDF online so your readers can download it.

Collaboration Ebook

This step may be the final dip for an article, or a jumping off point, where the article becomes a superfluous and poignant part of my business. The summary becomes an introduction, the step-by-step articles become chapters, a 1000 word report becomes a prolific motivational page with viable directives for attaining great results from the concepts within. Your ebook is done. It’s a collaboration of the articles you wrote for publication on an ezine article distribution site, and your readers now have access to the finished project.

This ebook can be marketed to your Marketing List along with various other markets on the Internet. For more information about Marketing your Articles and Double Dipping for Maximized Profits, go to and get your FREE Article Marketing Templates.

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Friday, January 02, 2009
Chocolate Marketing Splurge - Drenched in Decadence
Drench your new year in decadent rich chocolate marketing splurges and capture the attention of your audience. The beguiling truth is your niche can't resist the sinful decadence of chocolate rich marketing concepts, and you absolutely MUST entice them in for indulgent wealth and abundance.

No, of course, it won't be difficult.

Simply give them a hint of flavor, a promise of fulfillment and they'll follow wherever you lead. The best part of decadent rich enticements is that you buying audience can't resist.

Do you still wonder how to captivate them for more than the traditional 8 seconds?

Try seductive mystery.

Oh yes, you will bring them to the table lush, with unequalled desire to be touched with the delicate flavor of chocolate, but... they'll be more than ready for the devouring demise by the time they arrive. We've all been there:

The aroma tantilizes our nose and we begin to feel the hunger. Even before we hear he gentle tones of violins sucking at the wind, we know, we're about to surrender. The flavor calls. We must follow wherever chocolate leads. No matter that we'll never experiece the elegant flavor of rich, decadent dark chocolate wealth, our desire alone brings the ultimate satisfaction. The thrill of the chase will bring us swilling to our knees to be devoured by whatever fate befalls us. Decadence, the sinful revelation of our own weakness. We know we can't resist the aroma, the hint of mystery that sucks us down into the swirling abyss to be consumed by --- marketing.

The reality is, we seldom purchase a product because we want the product. More often we purchase a product because the marketing of the product appealed to our sense of style, our desire to be popular, our sense of security or our weakness to say no to the decadence and sensual appeal of the products marketing.

Marketing is about creating a sense of need around a mystical value applied to the product we're selling. Once that mystical value appeals to the buyer, nothing more need be done to sell the product.

Desire sells. If you can create a desire, a deep seated NEED to feel the way the marketing makes your reader feel, your product will sell. JV Marketing Concepts shares the Secret that reveals FRESH marketing concepts that will work for your business.

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Thursday, January 01, 2009
Issue De ‘Quillo

Here it is --- the happy new year thingie --- again! Just do it - give something back.

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