IP Vault Review for Professional Speakers

Posted by Marty Dickinson on Oct 17, 2014

Laurie Guest was speaking at NSA Colorado today and brought up an interesting tool called IPVault where she uploaded her powerpoint presentation, a bunch of pdf docs and some videos and then gave her website to go get the stuff. It captured my email address so I’m going to look into it more so I can do a full review. Check back for this blog post shortly.

Killer Email Subject Lines that Force People to Click the Open Email Button

Posted by Marty Dickinson on Oct 15, 2014

Whenever I see a killer email subject line, I’m going to post it here. So far, here’s what I have. Feel free to add in comments with others and we will all be able to come up with killer email subject lines when we need them and practically FORCE our recipients to open the emails because they can’t possibly do anything else but open them!


[topic] is Dead: Now What?

[topic] made easy

1 Simple Trick to [topic]

5 Reasons to [attend, visit, buy, look again at][topic]

Avoid [topic] with This One Weird [action]

Do [industry] Dream of [topic] sheep?

Do You Know the Facts About [topic]

Everything You [know, learned, wondered] about [topic] is wrong

Free Report: My 5 Step Formula for [topic]

Game [topic]

Get YOUR Share of [topic]

Guidelines for [ topic ]

Has [topic] made the [industry] obsolete?

How to Crush it on [topic]

If it’s Good Enough for [celebrity]

Only (number) [item] left

PDF Download: My [topic] blueprint

Secrets to Rocking Your [topic]

The Fastest and Easiest Way to [topic]

The TRUTH about [topic]

This Guy is Killing it on [topic]

This One Weird [topic] [action]

The Science of [topic]: A Dangerous Idea

Unlock All Your [topic] potential

WARNING: Your Shocking [topic]

Your [topic] coupon is ready

Your [topic] sucks: Why You Need to [article topic]

Other Quirky Things to Try

Reference a movie your audience is familiar with: Why [topic] is like Field of Dreams


Examples of Alliterations in Email Subject Lines:

Invention & Inspiration: Building a Better [topic]

Tips for Posting YouTube Videos to Website

Posted by Marty Dickinson on Oct 13, 2014

Embed your videos: Use Embed code <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/whatever” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>

From there, you can do several things with your video, but make sure that you only use the ? sign once in the url string. Otherwise, none of the functions after that will work. You need to use the & sign to add more functions

Make video Auto-Play: Add &autoplay=1&rel=0

Stop related videos from showing on the end: Use ?rel=0

So, together it should look like this: http:www.youtube.com/embed/whatevernumber?rel=o&autoplay=1

Best Source for Email Subject Lines

Posted by Marty Dickinson on Oct 8, 2014

All the strategies your brain can absorb related to email subject lines and samples of them can be found on
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