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Comanche Marketing

If you’re here, it’s probably because you want to subscribe to Comanche Marketing. Good decision! It’s a great newsletter if I do say so myself.

Comanche is typically filled with simple, practical marketing ideas that small business owners can put into practice with a minimum of fuss and a maximum of results. I use the word “typically” because every now and then, I change the subject and write about something not directly related to marketing, but that I think small business marketers will find interesting.

Comanche Marketing isn’t pie in the sky stuff. It’s sound marketing and usually is proven in the field before I write about it. Even when something’s not proven, it’s based on sound marketing that comes from years of marketing my own companies, consulting for others, and performing millions of dollars of marketing research projects. Read Comanche long enough and you’ll start to see the innovative ideas and business concepts repeated around the Internet. I believe that good ideas shouldn’t be kept secret. They should be shared. And Comanche is. That’s why so many copy it. But as a reader of Comanche, you’ll see it here first.

TrumpetI realize it probably sounds like I’m blowing my own horn. And maybe I am. You should probably blow your horn more than you do. You see, I learned a long time ago that you need to blow your own horn every now and then. If you don’t, someone’s likely to use it for a spittoon. How’s that for a visual?

Woman ScreamingWell, if I haven’t changed your mind about the wisdom of spending a few minutes every week or so perusing Comanche Marketing, I supposed I should tell you how to get a FREE subscription. Yup, FREE! Just click the subscribe button.

It’s that simple. And there really are no strings.

Matt Michel

P.S. If you’ve read this far, thanks for giving me a few minutes of your time. I’ll do my best to make Comanche worth your investment reading it.