There’s always something to howl about

Is your business about to take a quantum leap? So is mine, so all I have time for is this: Whip your on-line and off-line marketing message into shape now, to make the most of the business coming your way

If you’re looking for the long, newsy pitch, I’ll try to get to it later this week. But for now I am working with and incubating more solid money work than I have in three years. I expect your dance card is starting to fill up, too.

Even given all the turmoil in the economy, BloodhoundBlog Unchained in Phoenix could not be coming at a better time. Why? Because you need to get your marketing profile in shape now — first to take advantage of all that new business coming your way, and second because your days of idle blue-sky time are coming to an end.

If you’re ready to rock, all you have to do from here is click a PayPal button to reserve your place at BloodhoundBlog Unchained in Phoenix. The event runs from April 28th to May 1st, 2009. Many more details can be found at the BloodhoundBlog Unchained in Phoenix weblog.

CyberProfessionals: $397

Unchained Alumnus: $597

Regular Price: $697

Each of our eight three-hour labs will be taught by an expert, by a working real estate professional balanced on the bleeding edge of hi-tech marketing. We’re building this curriculum for our own self-improvement, too, so we know there is simply no better investment you can make in your career this year.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in Phoenix!


5 Comments so far

  1. Joshua Keen March 25th, 2009 1:41 pm

    So…for those of us with too full a dance card to attend…will this material be available in a more portable and immediate format (ie webinar, podcast, etc). I realize the “face to face” training and knowledge sharing cannot be replaced…but even the “bones” of this course (I know you like that play on words there) would be worth it’s weight in gold.

    Oh…and when will you be taking this show in the road?

    Hopeful in Atlanta,


  2. Greg Swann March 25th, 2009 9:30 pm

    > will this material be available in a more portable and immediate format (ie webinar, podcast, etc).

    > will you be making videos of the courses?

    Sorry, the answer to both of these questions is no. Notwithstanding the logistics, the essence of this iteration of Unchained is the scenius of the experience, the “being there” part of it. This is why even Phoenix locals have to stay with us at the hotel. There’s no way to translate that to an arms-length medium.

    The upside is that, if this works as well as we want it to, and if it doesn’t kill us financially, we’ll be doing it again in other cities.

  3. Tony Arko March 25th, 2009 6:51 pm

    Greg, will you be making videos of the courses? I cannot make it but would buy videos after the event. Let me know.

  4. Brett March 26th, 2009 11:08 am

    Greg, I think Seattle would be a great next stop. I know you have a lot of fans here that would attend.

  5. Scott G March 26th, 2009 12:29 pm

    Wish I was closer to the action or could get away for one of these events. I think I will try to make to something next year. Things are changing so quickly that you need to attend something like this every few years at least.