Authority Rules: The 10 Rock Solid Elements of Effective Online Marketing

Authority Rules report coverIf you have any ambitions to use the web to grow your reputation or business, you need to download and devour Brian Clark’s new free report: Authority Rules: The 10 Rock Solid Elements of Effective Online Marketing.

Brian is one of the core team members here at Lateral Action, but he’s too modest to plug the report here himself 😉 so I’ll give you the lowdown.

You’re probably aware of the huge potential of the internet for creative entrepreneurs to build a thriving business. But online marketing can appear forbiddingly complex to the newcomer, and even those with some knowledge and experience are only too aware of how little they know in comparison to the sheer volume of information out there, on blogs, newsletters, white papers, DVDs and premium-priced seminars and e-learning.

As with all complex subjects, it takes a master to boil things down to essentials without over-simplifying them.

Those of you who have been reading Brian’s blog Copyblogger for the last three and half years will testify to Brian’s deep knowledge of this subject, and his portfolio of successful online businesses is proof that he knows how to walk the talk.

So his free report on The 10 Rock Solid Elements of Effective Online Marketing will be very welcome to anyone seeking to cut through the clutter and understand the essential things you need to be doing to make your business thrive on the web. We’re not talking abstract principles here, but clear, actionable rules.

The report is short enough to be a quick read – but it also contains plenty of links to articles from Copyblogger and elsewhere, that explain the topics in more detail.

Did I mention the report is completely free? You don’t even have to surrender your e-mail address.

Download it now – and help out your friends and fans by passing on the link to

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  1. Thanks man… you didn’t have to do this, but I’ll take it. 😉

  2. Got here via Brian’s tweet… too funny!