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Mar.28.2009
I recently had my book promoted on www.integrativepractitioner.com, which has over 6000 members, and with one email campaign, my sales rank on Amazon went from around 500,000 overall to around 25,000! I'm told you're considered an Amazon best-seller if you can reach the top 100 in any category....
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Mar.28.2009
I recently had my book promoted on www.integrativepractitioner.com, which has over 6000 members, and with one email campaign, my sales rank on Amazon went from around 500,000 overall to around 25,000! I'm told you're considered an Amazon best-seller if you can reach the top 100 in any category....
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Feb.13.2009
I just wanted to invite anyone on this site who suffers from headaches to a live teleseminar interview that I'm doing with Dr. David Buchholz, a noted Johns Hopkins neurologist and author of the book Heal Your Headache: The 1-2-3 Program for Taking Charge of Your Pain.  It will take place on...
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Jan.14.2009
I just found out about a neat way of hyperlinking your name on blog comments. Type in your name on any editor that can hyperlink text. Add your hyperlink and then copy and paste your name to the name field on your blog comments. This is another way of linking back to your website, especially if...
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Jan.10.2009
I just signed on to Dan Janal's PR Leads Service (http://www.prleads.com). For $99 per month, he regularly emails you a list of queries by reporters looking for specific ideas or quotes for articles. You can pick and choose who you respond to. Sounds very promising.
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Jan.07.2009
I just found out that my book, Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired, was selected as an honorable mention book in the 2008 DIY Book Festival Contest. Take a look: http://www.diyconvention.com/
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Jan.07.2009
I'm on a roll with my expert interviews teleseminars. I invite experts in various fields that are related to may main mission of better breathing and better sleep, and host live one hour interviews, where participants call in and listen in. They can submit questions when they register (they also...
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Dec.31.2008
One of the hottest new books is Stephenie Meyer’s series called The Twilight Saga. My sister-in-law gave my wife a copy of the first book in the series and for three straight days, she couldn’t put it down. She was going to bed about 1-2 hours later than her usual time, and when my wife is sleep-...
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Dec.30.2008
I just signed up for program offered buy Kathleen Gage (kathleengage.com) who's offering a 4 week teleseminar of how to become an Amazon best-seller. She guarantees it. Or your money back. I'm excited to get started. I'll keep you posted. BTW, I just got onto Amazon.com. 
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Dec.26.2008
A LIVE interview with yoga expert Deborah Quilter.  Improper breathing at night can lead to a variety of health problems including stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, high blood pressure, or heart disease. However, poor breathing habits during the day can also affect the way you sleep at night....
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Dec.18.2008
I just read an article in Oprah's O Magazine, where Oprah describes herself as having the "wagon" fall on her, regarding her recent weight gain. Reading through her story, I couldn't help but to notice a familiar pattern: obesity, depression, hypothyroidism, stress, palpitations, fatigue...
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Dec.15.2008
I had my interview today with Dr. Sherrill Sellman, host of the internet radio show, What Women Must Know on Progressive Radio Networks (http://tinyurl.com/6p7gre). We talked about my book, Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired. This is the link...
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Dec.05.2008
I'm the expert moderator for the new sleep-breathing section on Medhelp.org. One of the patients who asked me a question on this site emailed me saying that he has friends that would love to have me on as a guest on Sirius Satellite radio, as well as other syndicated shows. I gladly accepted his...
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Dec.01.2008
A LIVE interview with insomnia expert Dr. Gregg  Jacobs. He  is a renown sleep researcher and author of the landmark Harvard study that showed that cognitive behavioral therapy is better for insomnia than sleeping pills. Thursday, December 4 at 8 PM Eastern  During this information packed call, Dr...
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Nov.24.2008
I conduct monthly teleseminars where I interview over a bridge line an expert in a particular area. I've recently interviewed a nutrition counselor, a fitness expert, a dentist, and a smoking cessation hypnotist, and have plans on interviewing experts on insomnia, migraines, and a celebrity sleep...
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