Have your Favorite eBook Judged by Gini Dietrich, Marcus Sheridan & Craig McBreen

Marcus Sheridan - the Sales LionHave you written a marketing eBook or White Paper?

Or maybe you’ve found an eBook that has helped you in some aspect of your marketing? Want to thank the author for sharing that great information?

Enter your favorite marketing eBook(s) into the 2012 Best Marketing eBook Contest!

The finalists will all be listed in a blog article, promoted through social media, linked to, and looked at by our judges.

Our winners will be blogged about and promoted through social media again, will be permanently listed and linked to from this blog, will receive a mention in a PR release, and will receive a badge to help promote their eBook.

The deadline has been extended to January 18th, 2013 . . . not too late to start writing one now . . .

Meet our Judges

Gini DietrichGini Dietrich – The founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, a Chicago-based integrated marketing communication firm. She also is the founder and author of the SpinSucks blog, a nationally recognized speaker, and co-author of Marketing In the Round.



Craig McBreenCraig McBreen – founder of McBreen Design, a Seattle based marketing and design company. He is also the author of the Craig McBreen blog,  and The Art of Breaking Out: My NOW Manifesto.



Marcus Sheridan aka: The Sales Lion: Marcus is the founder of The Sales Lion, is a well known national speaker, and the author of The Sales Lion blog, Inbound and Content Marketing Made Easy eBook, and the Mad Marketing Podcast.



You can enter your favorite eBook by submitting the entry form, or by leaving a comment in the space below.

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Brent is a nationally recognized SEO expert and works with small businesses and Financial Advisors across the country. In addition to this blog, he is a regular contributor to Steamfeed, is syndicated through Social Media Today and B2C, and has written for Search Engine Journal, Spinsucks, and other marketing blogs.
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