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Mark and Ian Introduction

In this very short 30 second video Mark Peters and Ian McKendrick explain the concept behind the Mark and Ian.com website where they produce short and simple training videos on “Everything you ever wanted to know about Anything – In Under 60 Seconds”
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This is the start of an ongoing project to enlighten viewers and listeners to our Radio Show – “The Business Hub” broadcast every Sunday between 9:00 and 10:00am –  on all the things they could be doing to get the very best out of what they do.
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We hope you enjoy the series!
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If you liked this video, please leave us some feedback, and add any ideas for future releases in the comments below. Thanks!
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Even better, come an join our community and give us your feedback there:

2 Responses to “Mark and Ian Introduction”

  1. Damien says:

    Sounds like a great concept. If you need input from a ppc specialist give me a shout
    I will watch your progress with interest. All the best of luck

    Damien

  2. Ian says:

    Thank you for your kind offer, in fact I’m sure The Business Hub Community could do with someone with your skills in the forums!
    You can sign up to the forums here: http://markandian.com/businesshub/community/register/ – It’s Free
    You may also consider becoming a Business Hub Trusted Partner that we can call on you to answer questions on our show about PPC when the come up in our forums.
    You can sign up to become a trusted partner here: http://www.markandian.com/businesshub/trusted-partners/trusted-partner-application-form/
    Again, this is Free too! And we’d love to have you on board :-)
    Ian

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