Who is your favorite marketer?

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I would like to hear everyone's opinion on who their favorite marketer is. Who do you feel provides the best information through their blog and emails?

I really like the way Michael Dunlop does Income Diary, and Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income has really useful stuff.

Who do you like and why?
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  • Profile picture of the author Themeplated
    Steve Jobs. Apple's marketing is off the roof. They've posted Q1 revenue of around $25b I believe, as well as now having like the fourth largest market cap of any company in the world, and the largest market cap within the tech industry.
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    • Profile picture of the author Landis
      Originally Posted by Fireworksable View Post

      Steve Jobs. Apple's marketing is off the roof. They've posted Q1 revenue of around $25b I believe, as well as now having like the fourth largest market cap of any company in the world, and the largest market cap within the tech industry.
      ??? Steve Jobs doesn't run his marketing dept. LOL.

      @OP : I like everything Jeff Walker puts out.
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      • Profile picture of the author NateRivers
        Originally Posted by Landis Phan View Post

        ??? Steve Jobs doesn't run his marketing dept. LOL.

        @OP : I like everything Jeff Walker puts out.
        I just checked out his blog it looks good... I've heard the name but I've never looked into him or his stuff. It's funny that you can be involved in IM for years and somehow miss some of the best information.

        Obviously your time is best spent on working your own business model, but I like to read blogs from the top guys for an hour a day just to see what they're up to.

        Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author Themeplated
        Originally Posted by Landis Phan View Post

        ??? Steve Jobs doesn't run his marketing dept. LOL.

        @OP : I like everything Jeff Walker puts out.
        Yes, I know he doesn't, perhaps I should have said Apple. What I meant was Apple's fantastic product launches that have thousands of people flocking outside of their stores in the hopes of getting their hands on a brand new Apple product.
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    • Profile picture of the author steveo
      Originally Posted by Fireworksable View Post

      Steve Jobs. Apple's marketing is off the roof. They've posted Q1 revenue of around $25b I believe, as well as now having like the fourth largest market cap of any company in the world, and the largest market cap within the tech industry.
      Steve Jobs really can turn a product like a tablet that most experts thought would flop into a bit of a marvel of technology. He's really the name behind Apple and gives credit to his team which all good marketers should do. Lots of detail in his meetings showing off his products
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  • Profile picture of the author darkclaw3000
    Chris Farrell.
    He's a natural teacher. Teaches one so clearly, patiently, and knows how to keep up energy and always motivates. PERFECT for any beginners whos just starting out.

    His content is phenomenal, always over delivering. Very passionate about what he does, and is the kind to share whatever knowledge without keeping anything for himself.

    hope i wont get banned for stating this:
    the links below if you want to check him out.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanHaus
      Originally Posted by darkclaw3000 View Post

      Chris Farrell.
      He's a natural teacher. Teaches one so clearly, patiently, and knows how to keep up energy and always motivates. PERFECT for any beginners whos just starting out.

      His content is phenomenal, always over delivering. Very passionate about what he does, and is the kind to share whatever knowledge without keeping anything for himself.

      hope i wont get banned for stating this:
      the links below if you want to check him out.
      I couldn't agree more with DarkClaw.

      Chris Farrell makes it extremely easy to follow along and I got more solid information out of him in 3 weeks than I did anywhere else in 6 months.

      Their is too much information out their but Chris Farrell's site helps you build the proper foundation without getting lost and confused.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryback
    I would say I have learned most from Lee Mcintyre and Jason Fladlien. Both have great business models to follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author theory expert
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    Useful, hmmm, none of them.

    Jason Moffatt, Michael Senoff, Jim Straw, Jeff Walker, John Reese, Jay Abraham.

    I don't read my emails much anymore, but, when I open a piece it is usually from one of those marketers.
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    • Profile picture of the author NateRivers
      Originally Posted by janok View Post

      Useful, hmmm, none of them.

      Jason Moffatt, Michael Senoff, Jim Straw, Jeff Walker, John Reese, Jay Abraham.

      I don't read my emails much anymore, but, when I open a piece it is usually from one of those marketers.
      I like Jason Moffatt as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author vheissu28
    Without a doubt I would have to go with Mr. Bum Marketer Travis Sago!

    I mean, the way he can break down any niche/market quickly and with ease and really get into the heads of the people he will be working with is truly phenomenal.

    He also has a knack for consistently writing INSANELY good content (or BrainGasmic as he would call it).

    Okay, I admit it . . .a little bit of a man-crush I do have.
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    Allen Says!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    micheal dunlop is the best. This guy has BRAINS! Learned lots of ugly truths from him. The guy doesnt even rely on SEO much or at all. There are things that are definitely overrated!
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
    Matt bacak, jay Abraham, Allen says are my 3 fav.

    Sounds like I'm kissing butt saying Allen but I'm serious... His ideas and strategies have greatly influenced my marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdZaz
    Jeff Walker, Frank Kern and Clay Collins are three I like to keep an eye on
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  • Profile picture of the author NateRivers
    Chris Farrell is a smart guy. I head him on one of the Clickbank podcasts talking about his story. Pretty cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author danielsteven
    daegan smith, frank kern, john reese...all brilliant
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