Autoresponder What it is and Why you need it to Grow your Profits
The Autoresponder is one of the most important business building tools for online business owners. Rickey Johnson, Owner of Juniques Marketing, explains why it is important to use this tool.
You can get a well known autoresponder provider service for 30 days FREE. You can establish many mailing campaigns and the size of your group does NOT effect cost. Once you learn more about autorepsonder services you will see why those two items are very important!!!
The $130 Billion Home Based Business industry failure rate is above 90%.
Most startup Home Based Business will be OUT of business 3 months to 1year.
JMCC shall provide instructions,counseling, and business building "tools" to help
reduce that statistic by 2% by year end .
The first step is to start here
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Our focus is on the BabyBoomer Generation
Dec 29, 2010 - Roughly 10000 Baby Boomers will turn 65 today, and about 10000 more will cross that threshold every day for the next 19 years.
The *Selig Center for Economic Growth indicates buying power for 1990-2013 for ethnic multicultural markets indicate formidable economic clout.
Their projections for 2013 are that these population segments will have an economic clout (buying power) of:
African Americans, $1,239.5 billion
Native Americans, $84.6 billion
Asian Americans, $752.2 billion
Hispanics, $1.4 trillion
Multiracial, $141.2 billion
The Selig report indicates that the buying power of just the Hispanic and African American market alone "are larger than the entire economies of all but thirteen countries in the world."
The buying power of the un-segmented General Market is estimated to be at 11.8 trillion.
*Univ of Georgia, Terry College
Juniques Multi Cultural Connections is networking locally, nationally, and internationally.
Broadly, social heritage of a group (organized community or society). It is a pattern of responses
discovered, developed, or invented during the group's history of handling problems which arise
from interactions among its members, and between them and their environment. These responses are
considered the correct way to perceive, feel, think, and act, and are passed on to the new members
through immersion and teaching. Culture determines what is acceptable or unacceptable, important
or unimportant, right or wrong, workable or unworkable. It encompasses all learned and shared,
explicit or tacit, assumptions, beliefs, knowledge, norms, and values, as well as attitudes,
behavior, dress, and language
Cultural economics is the branch of economics that studies the relation of culture to economic
outcomes. Here, 'culture' is defined by shared beliefs and preferences of respective groups.
A specific type of marketing that is geared towards promoting a message to a certain group of
potential purchasers from a particular culture or demographic.
A particular type of marketing that caters to those in a specific nationality or ethnic group.
Oftentimes these ads are produced in that particular group's native language and with other
features that are specific to the targeted group.
multi channel marketing
The use of many different types of marketing, such as web sites, catalogs, telephone calls, mail,
and television advertisements in order to obtain the business of a consumer. This type of
marketing must have good systems of management in the supply chain, so as to furnish not only the
appropriate goods but also prices and details across all the different media.
The ancestral race that an individual belongs to, as opposed to their current nationality. People
derived from of a variety of ethnic origin types currently inhabit the United States, and which
include white, black, American Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander and Eskimo.
JMCC is networking
with these and more
VIADEO INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
Young indian entrpreneurs
Hispanic professional business solutions 1000 plus
Puerto rico network 3600 plus
Japan networking group
Latin America Business Development
Black Business Women Online
MLM Black Woman
Sales Spider has approximately 1,105,423 members and is growing by thousands a day.
Millions of people come to Manta each day to buy from, partner with and connect to companies
Connects Thousand of business Nationwide
and adding more networking groups and companies daily!!!
WHAT IS URBAN? Geograhically
Urban means "related to cities."
An urban area is characterized by higher population density and vast human features in comparison to areas surrounding it.
Urban areas may be cities, towns, and/or a large city surrounded closely by smaller ones.
An urban area may be defined by the number of residents, the population density, the percent of people not dependent upon agriculture.
WHAT IS URBAN? Socially
Is Urban another word for Blacks
Statistical inaccuracy of the euphemism"Urban" as a euphemism for black is today statistically inaccurate as blacks have moved en masse from inner cities to suburbs, and as the central areas of cities have seen large influxes of Hispanic, white and in some cases Asian American populations.
WHAT IS THE URBAN CULTURE
People who have shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes and institution, organization, or group.
WHAT IS THE URBAN MARKET??
The people who need product and services that meet their needs.
HOW DOES A METROPOLITAN EFFECT A URBAN AREA
Unlike an urban area, a metropolitan area includes not only the urban area, but also satellite cities plus intervening rural land that is socio-economically connected to the urban core city, typically by employment ties through commuting, with the urban core city being the primary labor market.
In fact, urbanized areas grow, as the core population/economic activity center, within a larger metropolitan area.
Our objective is to help business owners who want to connect with $11.8 Trillion dollar multi cultural market to have a place to meet.
Networking Increase Net Worth!!
Our community is designed to assist you with connecting to Juniques Multi Cultural Connection community.
There are business owners who want to expand their market reach.
This will be a great way to connect to other cultural groups.
You will have an opportunity to share what you do, where you are located,
and how you can be reached.
There are plenty of people who want your business, IF , they know how to find you!!!
Portal for Non Resident Indians, NRIs, and South Asians in North America
Too many business owners are losing
customer because is this one AVOIDABLE
MISTAKE!!! Make sure you are NOT committing this mistake
Hello Community, Here is some interesting data on what is happening with the Gospel Music Industry.
16 Things We Learned At The Music Biz 2015 Gospel/Christian Music Meetup
For the first time in its 50+ year history, the Music Business Association held its annual conference in Music City. This week, hundreds of people who work in music business in any capacity–from labels, artists and managers to marketers, app developers and store owners–descended on downtown Nashville for three days of discussions, educational sessions and entertainment. The Gospel Music Association (GMA) hosted a Gospel/Christian Music Meetup on Tuesday afternoon (May 12, 2015). GMA PresidentJackie Patillo moderated a panel comprised of Ed Leonard (Daywind Music Group), Greg Bays (Capitol Christian Distribution Group), Laurie Anderson (True Artist Management) and Phil Thornton (eOne Entertainment). The lively hour-long discussion touched on the current state of the genre, the future of Gospel/Christian music and how film and TV are becoming incredible assets to the faith-based entertainment community. Here are 16 things we learned about Gospel/Christian music during the meetup:
Women 25-44 define the core Gospel/Christian music consumer.
53% of women listen to Gospel/Christian music, while only 47% of men listen to Gospel/Christian.
215 million people have listened to Gospel/Christian music in the last month. (That’s 68% of Americans.)
Los Angeles, Calif., is the top market for Gospel/Christian music, followed by Dallas-Fort Worth, New York, Atlanta and Washington D.C.
In 2014, more Gospel/Christian albums were sold than Latin and Jazz combined, with the genre accounting for 6.6% of all music sales.
600 radio stations in the country program exclusively Gospel/Christian music, reaching an estimated 32 million listeners each week.
In October 2014, the Gospel Music Association’s 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards brought in more than 1.4 million viewers via the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).
Multi-artist mega tour, the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, is the No. 1 tour in the world for first-quarter sales (and has been for the past five years). This year, Winter Jam played to more than 600,000 people during 47 shows across the country, surpassing attendance for high-profile tours from Fleetwood Mac, Maroon 5 and Miranda Lambert, among others, according to Pollstar‘s 2015 First Quarter Year to Date Worldwide Ticket Sales Top 100 Tours chart.
Major mainstream brands such as Pepsi MidAmerica, Cracker Barrel, Allstate, NASCAR and McDonald’s, among others, have aligned with Gospel/Christian artists, releases and festivals and events to promote their brands.
Large venues are welcoming Gospel/Christian acts with open arms, leveling the playing field. “In the last 10 years, we’ve proved our worth with venues,” Anderson shared, citing multiple examples where venues have personally called her requesting specific artists. “It’s something we should be very proud of.”
Gospel/Christian music generally lags 2-3 years behind mainstream trends, and the majority of the revenue for the genre is still coming from physical formats.
Christian music is the fastest-growing radio format. So, Bays posed the question: “How do we convert these consumers?” Bays also said “diversification and consumer education” are two of the challenges the genre is currently facing, along with exposure.
Touring is the key to breaking new acts in Gospel/Christian. “Our industry is craving younger music, but it’s still got to be viable,” Anderson said, referencing new out-of-the-box acts like her own Capital Kings. “Radio won’t play it, so you’ve got to get them on the road.”
Faith-based film and TV presents an incredible opportunity to introduce Gospel/Christian artists and their music to the world. Case in point, last year’s box-office smash God’s Not Dead brought in nearly $400 million and earned Newsboys’ single of the same name RIAA Platinum status. “There is a viewer who wants family-friendly content,” Thornton affirmed, noting that his company has been approached by numerous cable networks asking for positive, faith-based entertainment.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that worship music has become such an integral part of the format. “If you give people an opportunity to do what they’re made to do, they’ll respond,” Bays said.
Hip-hop may just be the future of the genre, thanks to quality acts like Lecrae, KB, Andy Mineo and others, though the panelists admitted that it took years for artists to emerge from the Gospel/Christian genre that could stand toe-to-toe with their secular counterparts. “It takes a while for that genre to find its voice,” Leonard commented. Noting that youth groups have always been a springboard for the genre, Bays added, “We haven’t had [new] music for youth groups in a while–hip-hop is that music.”
Lindsay Williams is a former editor of CCM Magazine and a former marketing manager at Thomas Nelson. She currently freelances full-time from her home in Nashville, Tenn. Williams writes for a variety of publications and websites, including HomeLife, ParentLife, Nashville Lifestyles, Christian Retailing, CBA R+R, Homecoming, Crosswalk.com and UPTV.com, among others. She also regularly writes artist bios and press releases.