Interview of Jason Lexell

I have a bit of the flu, but I also have a marketing friend who is exceptional at selling ad space who somewhat recently let me interview him. He is not well known in the search space, but manages media sales and email marketing for a number of niche websites.

I am trying to get him to start a blog (we bloggers like to spread our disease) but for now his personal site is using an article manager, which is evil evil evil. Jason recently wrote a few short but high quality ebooks on improving email subject lines, creatives, and email marketing in general.

Check out the interview if you want to work on improving media sales.

Published: September 24, 2005 by Aaron Wall in interviews


September 25, 2005 - 8:09am

"Picking up large clients: I noticed you worked for some companies like SolidWorks, ThomasNet, & MfgQuote. What are some winning strategies to get the lead? What are the keys to closing?"

That one has no h2>, only p>... just to let you know.

Thanks for all the info and the great book, enjoy the weekend.

September 26, 2005 - 9:47pm

Hi Aaron, I'm totally sorry for the little extra work; would you remove my email from the previous post please? :) Thanks.

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