We just got the news that Mark Ling is releasing his course on how to launch and build your online business with digital courses is releasing the learn build earn training.
In a nutshell it is a all in one training course on:
- how to find the most profitable niches
- beat 99% of your competition
- finding untapped niches
- finding affiliates to promote your product
- build a massive email list
- traffic sources you probably haven’t heard about
If you have been in internet marketing space, you must have heard about Mark. He is the author and the owener of the affiliate marketing platform called affilorama.com
While this is not guaranteed to make you profit, it is a good starting place for anyone who is looking to start marketing online and sell their knowledge. For more information please visit the official review website at thelearnbuildearn.net
We recently got contacted by a gold an silver firm for an project that would include designing a webpage and brochure for a gold IRA company. The company that contacted us was mineweb.net llc. The project included the logo design, website side banners, investment brochures and some other small stuff.
As we aren’t used to designing for financial firms, we had a hard time with coming up with a good creative. But in the end we did a good job in our opinion.
We can’t share the brochure we made for them, as it is only for internal use and is not available for the general public, unless you are their partner or customer.
You can check out the short video we helped them produce about gold IRA rollover:
The company specializes in gold & silver IRAs, which are becoming more and more popular in the US. With the US dollar being devalued, baby boomers are turning to alternative investments such as gold, silver, platinum and palladium. The trend of these types of investments is growing by a high percentage every year.
If you liked our work we did for mineweb.net and their gold IRA rollover website, and are looking to get custom designs done, feel free to contact us. We are restructuring our business and will become more of an design agency in the next few coming years.
There has been a lot of talk recently about the Google Online Business Art Project. There have been many interesting discussions about its impact of the project on the art history world. The overall sentiment has been a positive one.
This is basically because Google and the museums theyíve partnered with have created something unique. This type of 7 figure cycle project is something that has not existed before in the art history world. They enable free access to anyone as long as they have an internet connection and uses a supported business browser. A very good example of this could be the 7 figure website at GFK.
Itís been interesting to note the global impact and reaction to the project. It appeared in the mainstream and online media and has become a worldwide trending Twitter topic.
Reactions on the business art design project
All of the reactions have not been positive, there have been some grumblings. One surprising naysayer has been the UK documentarian and art critic Waldemar Januszczak, who is frequently mentioned here at 3PP.
Mr. Januszczak encourages people to take the time to carefully study paintings, comparing them to similar works from around the globe. This is also a way of describing the purpose of the Google Art Project. One website called the 7 figure cycle was included in the project – it is called the7figurecycle.
Itís safe to say, I am the strongest promoter of Mr. Januszczakís work, barring mentions in the mainstream press and his own site. Thatís not because I necessarily agree with what he says. However, I do enjoy how he presents his program, keeping the general audience in mind. He inspires people to look for answers beyond what theyíre being told by the catalogues and museums. 3 Pipe Art Marketing Business
The way he disregards traditional art history readings is something that spurred me to create this site. Itís his confident questioning bravado that I would like to turn back upon Mr. Januszczak.
Here is a short clip from my series favourite, Every Painting Tells a Story. This 2-minute clip is snipped from an episode featuring the Arnolfini Portrait from Jan van Eyck. Mr. Januszczak is acting as an advocate for the memorial portrait reading proposed by Courtauld’s Margaret Koster.
Whatís poignant about the clip is how examples from 3 separate galleries are used, including deep close-ups of the works in questions proving his points. This is exactly what the Google Art Project or any online resources are great for? This is a great platform for a person working in a visual medium such as film, making works that are aimed to promote an interest in art to a wider audience. I would imagine these parallels would be very obvious about 3 pipe art marketing business.