Posted by Elena
Give Away events were new territory not too long ago. Only a few were doing them. The cost of entry was prohibitively high and that tended to weed out the “junk” events.
Now virtually anybody with hosting can run an event and just about anyone can join one. This has spawned a swarm of “me-too” events, each one so like the next nobody can tell the difference, making it next to impossible to bring in contributors with fresh new products (not the “same old tired give away PLR stuff”).
New members get overwhelmed and more importantly, all events lose any appeal they might have had to potential buyers – all they see are the same products and sales pitches over and over. Too many GiveAways have had the effect of contributors and organizers dropping standards on the gifts offered.
Isn’t It Time To Raise The Bar & Set The Standards Higher?
What Do We Need To Run A “Top Drawer” Event And
Bring Honor (And FUN!) Back Into The Give Away Event Niche?
|Jason Fladlien – went from “rapping monk” to internet marketer extraordinaire in just a couple months’ time. Jason has many skills, and is known to run up to four launches – on four different, NEW products – in a month’s time. Jason will share some of that fire with us, and will show us how to write extraordinary copy in less time than you’d imagine.|
|Brad Smith - got inspired to improve on the original, html giveaways, and brought us both the Easter JV Giveaway and Giveaway Manager. He improved it and updated it significantly a couple of times as well.Brad lives in Brisbane, Australia, and is an electrical engineer, designing mobile phone networks. Brad was originally introduced to Giveaway Marketing when he was invited to be a Member of the 12 Days of Christmas event in 2004 and then a contributor in 2005. In 2006 he leapt ahead of the pack by running his own, Easter JV event, and hasn’t looked back since.|
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|Scott Case is one of the developers of the Ultimate JV Giveaway Script, one of the three scripts on the market.|
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