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Live Event and Continuity Program Offers an Unconventional Education in the Future of Online Marketing and Publishing
For anyone with a desire to learn exactly what it takes to
make a Content Authority Site, just like the Fortune 500’s
publish, in a step-by-step fashion, the RPM Summit is the
place to go October 6-8, 2006 at the Atrium Suites in Las
Vegas, Nevada. This 3-day intensive training session is
being presented by Content Desk's "Content Publishers
“RPM stands for Research, Publishing, and Marketing,” said
Jack Humphrey, co-founder of Content Desk along with Mark
Braunstein and Peter Lenkefi. “It comprises a methodology
that is how true Authority sites are created by the largest
RPM Summit attendees will learn what’s going on now, very
cutting edge information: RSS feeds, social networking,
authority sites, niche research, keyword research, visitor
optimization, content syndication, content management
systems, site plug-ins, audio and video tactics and
strategy, publicity secrets and more.
Expert speakers include: Jerry West, Dave Lakhani, Mitch
Axelrod, Mike Filsaime, Colin McDougall, Willie Crawford,
Anik Singal, Rick Butts, Keith Baxter, Sean Wu, Jack
Humphrey and Mark Braunstein. “We all go (to events) to
help define our own systems and processes,” said Mark
Braunstein, Co-Founder of Content Publishers Alliance.
Braunstein explained that most seminars today have no
specific, actionable agenda.
For example, on day one, a mix of speakers can include
multiple business models, each focusing on different ways
to use different tools to make money online with Google™
Adsense sites plus a combination of other speakers’ topics.
Day two and three may be similar, with even more Adsense
speakers and their own tools in the mix. The event results
are generally similar:
(1) Attendees look at the listings and try to figure out
what the heck is going on and how it will improve their
(2) Attendees try to figure out where each speaker
fits into a “process” that they can integrate and apply to
his or her own business.
(3) There is no continuity or
cohesiveness in the event agenda itself.
(4) There is no
relationship after the event is over. Each person heads
home to figure out how to process the glut of information
and try to put some of it to work.
But the RPM Summit is different.
“The RPM Summit breaks down the three main disciplines that
are required for online success: research, publishing and
marketing,” explained Braunstein. “It’s a structured event,
in order. People need a step-by-step process in order to
learn and master.”
Mark Braunstein shared a success story from a student of
Content Desk’s "Content Publishers Alliance" coaching
program, Melissa Trippel, creator of
http://craftyplaces.com . Melissa’s site is only about two
months old and it has moved up in rank and popularity.
She’s even received calls from it, like one from a major
crafting association asking her for articles for their site
and for a site link.
“She’s really moving up – and quickly!” said Braunstein.
RPM Summit attendees will learn how to build long-term
sustainable income with publishing and marketing tactics
few others are talking about on the web. Plus they will
receive long term content and direct sales site network
building and marketing plans including:
• Lifetime membership to the RPM Summit members only site!
• Videos from the conference included and streaming right
from members site. • Lively forum for networking with and
learning from fellow RPM Summit-eers and the experts. • Fun
events at the Summit. • Exclusive "Chat with the Experts"
videos that will be filmed Sunday night at the Expert
Appreciation Dinner. See how much info they can pump out of
their experts after wining and dining them!
In short, RPM Summit attendees will enjoy a relationship
with this event
“People will walk away with a better plan of action, and
not a sense of “Where does this person fit into the process
I’m trying to put together?” said Mark Braunstein. “We
found speakers who fit our agenda. They will inform and
some will mention products or services they have that work
well with our process, not in spite of it.”
Free 21-Page Authority Site Guide
For more information about Content Authority Sites, readers
are invited to download Jack Humphrey’s 21-page report. The
report discusses how to build sites that capitalize on the
changes in web search traffic and content site profits,
plus the state of internet marketing and content site
publishing. It is available online at:
To learn more about the RPM Summit, visit:
http://www.rpmsummit.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Author: Diana Barnum is a freelance writer and the president of
Moving Ahead Communications, offering affordable business
support services since 1984. Contact her at: (614) 529-9459
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