Avatar Brings to Mind: Twitter with a Twist

by PRmuse on Jan.05, 2010, under Uncategorized

The film Avatar leads my list of favorite moments during this holiday break. We were in Kalamazoo visiting our eldest daughter, Edy, and her best friend, Ray. The venue offered college-town excellence in sound, visuals, and seating (K’zoo, for those who don’t know, is home to several colleges and universities — giving those who visit a broad-based stay in academic LaLa Land. And I mean that in only the most positive sense of the word.)

Several days ago, director James Cameron shared how he had invested ten years of his life (four and a half in the actual filming) to create Avatar. It definitely shows. Although not a fan of sci-fi, I found myself captivated during the entire 162 minutes — and, no, it never felt  like nearly three hours. Scenes spun by and begged for encore.

For those who thought Titanic could never be topped, this demonstrates the never-ending growth of genius. Thank you, James Cameron.

Saying “Thank You” is the natural response to something great, created by someone marked by genius. It’s my response to Grant J. Ferrari’s newest software offering called the T.A.P. Profit Funnel. A  piece of genius that I’ve found myself calling Twitter with a Rewarding Twist, this comprehensive internet marketing course contributes a new paradigm. He calls it “unorthodox.”  I call it bold and sassy.  Either way, it’s coming out of its box January 7th and you will want to be ready. Reserve a copy by joining Grant’s exclusive subscriber list at this link:


Grant tells me that you will also receive  his 2010 Social Media Marketing Forecast. It offers valuable insight into what’s happening on the internet and can help you with planning from a realistic and results-oriented perspective.

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