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EnglishUsing Plain Talk: A Discussion Of Chinese - Part 2
Recently I said when marketing use plain talk, like the Chinese talk. I'm going to assume that right now all you know about Chinese is kung fu and chow mien and you're probably not too interested in adding to your Chinese vocabulary. So we're going to do the next best thing: we're going to study Chinese from the outside, so to speak, and get a basic idea of how it's put together. That will then bring us a long way closer to plain
EnglishAdult Site Broker has just received a listing on a very well established and profitable gay company. The package includes:
6 pay sites
An average retention rate of 65 days!
Almost 2,000 videos and over 300,000 images
A large volume of high quality exclusive content that has not been offered on VOD sites as of yet, so there is a great opportunity to cash in on this content beyond the pay site model
A very successful and respected
EnglishUsing Plain Talk: A Discussion Of Chinese
I'm going to give you the most important tip I can give you right here, right now. Ready? Here it is: Make sure your writing style is simple and conversational. Don't write like an English professor; write the way you talk. This is the biggest trap of all for most people - they start writing and all of a sudden these big, fancy, flowery words start coming out all over the place. They use words that they wouldn't normally use in everyday conversation
EnglishDo your prospects and customers feel that they would have to be absolute fools to do business with anyone else, regardless of price?
Our Adult B2B Marketing program is about getting more results and making more money with the same time, the same capital outlay, and the same effort.
All you have to do is change what you're saying so that it works better.
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EnglishThere is a company doing processing in the adult space that is sending in false applications to banks in mass quantities without the client's approval.
I know of at least two major companies who have fallen victim to this scam. I'm sure there are many more.
The way it works, as I understand it, is these people send in false information about the company hoping to get an approval. If they do then they try to contact the merchant and tell them they have a merchant account