The Death of The Salesletter

The Death of The Salesletter

Back in late 2006, what started out as a New Year’s series of predictions of sorts ostensibly became one of the most downloaded, most controversial, and most talked about documents in the history of my career. It was in keeping with that annual January...
Genesis

Genesis

“If you only have time for one clue this year, this is the one to get: We are not seats or eyeballs or end-users or consumers. We are human beings — and our reach exceeds your grasp. Deal with it.” — From “The Cluetrain Manifesto,” Harper Collins, April, 1999. “One of...
Web Two-Point… What?

Web Two-Point… What?

So what exactly is Web 2.0? I’m not an analyst or some dotcom pundit. But being online since 1991 (or since 1982 if you consider bulletin board services), I’ve witnessed enough to have a good grasp of what’s going on. So here’s my perspective. At the dawn of the...
Hype or Hope?

Hype or Hope?

The next question is, what does Web 2.0 have to do with salesletters, if anything? And how does it affect them? For marketers, Web 2.0 presents a number of new opportunities and avenues that allow more interaction. More specifically, tools created by Web 2.0 can help...
How Is The Internet Different?

How Is The Internet Different?

Nowadays, it’s no longer a choice between the A and B piles. It’s no longer a choice between hundreds of stations or channels. It’s a choice between millions if not billions of options called “websites.” But there’s something else. The Internet has multiplied not only...

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