The Greatest Marketing Geniuses of All Time

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<ol><li> 1. The Greatest Marketing Geniuses of All Time Ron Popiel, Inventor of the Infomercial An infomercial is a commercial disguised as a television program. Ron Popeil rented time on a television station in Florida in the late 1950s to sell "The Spray Gun" (a garden http://www.whatsmyline.org/?p=11 hose nozzle with a http://www.dropinmag.com/uncategorized/create-the-perfect-blog-with-these-great-tips/ chamber in the handle for tablets of soap, wax, weed killer, fertilizer, insecticide, etc.). But wait, there's more! Ron launched a trend that would transfrom television advertising, creating an entire new channel for selling everything from computers to jewelry. </li><li> 2. But wait, there's more! Even today, Ron remains the champion of infomercial selling; he once went live on the QVC cable channel and, in a single hour, moved a million dollars worth of rotisseries. But wait, there's more! Uh, no, there's not. Popeil is the last genius in this gallery. RELATED POST: Top 10 Reasons Sales Hates Marketing IMPORTANT: Enjoy this post? To see more, email me through my website: GeoffreyJames.com </li></ol>