Archive for February, 2015



What Is Behavioral Marketing?

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Behavioral advertising is when an advertiser delivers you specialized ads based on your browsing history. As a marketer, I love this concept and think that it is revolutionizing Internet Marketing. As an individual, I don’t particularly care for it. There isn’t enough control. There really isn’t any regulatory control, nor is their any user control. There should be some sort of user control panel that must be standard if a user is to be tracked, in my opinion.


I was able to find one way to “opt-out” of what many can say is an invasion of privacy. The NAI(Network Advertising Initiative) is an organization that has a membership of 98 large advertising companies, like Google. The site scans your computer, and informs you to how many of their members are currently tracking your behaviors. You can then easily “Opt-Out” from those companies. One small catch is that this only works for behavioral marketing used with HTTP cookies and offers no defense from other collection methods.


Behavioral targeting is a form of cultural customization. Both cultural customization and behavioral targeting have the same goals. To increase online advertising effectiveness while improving user experience. The only difference between the two is how they get there. Cultural customization targets a used based on their location or culture, while behavioral targeting targets a user based on their Internet history.





Vinny Napoleone


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What is Ambit Energy?

Ambit Energy is an A+ BBB accredited business that provides electricity and natural gas services to energy markets in the US that have been deregulated.

Ambit Energy obtains customers through multi-level marketing. These networks of consultants work directly with customers and other consultants, which creates a team-like atmosphere.

Ambit is currently available in 14 different energy markets. Customers can switch to Ambit in California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, and Washington DC.


What is the Ambit Opportunity?

Ambit provides opportunities to both consultants and customers.

As a customer, it costs nothing to switch over; you can cancel anytime, and in most states, are guaranteed to save money on your gas and electric bill. It doesn’t stop there; customers can also earn free energy for referring other customers and earn travel rewards just for paying your bill. In fact, just for signing up as a customer, Ambit will send you a 3-day/2-night hotel voucher that can be redeemed in 50+ locations.

As a consultant, you gain all of the benefits of being a customer, plus you get paid as well. Ambit offers a plethora of bonuses that are available to you when you sign up as a consultant. Jump-start bonuses are provided when you bring in new customers. Team builder bonuses are provided when consultants you sponsor bring in new customers. Lastly, Ambit will pay you a residual income for all of the customers you and your team acquire.

The best part of all of this is that until February 13th, Ambit is waiving the $429 Franchise Fee!

As an Ambit Energy Marketing Consultant, all you have to do is save people money on their gas and electric bill, and help others do the same, its that simple!


Is Ambit Energy a Scam or Pyramid Scheme?

Ambit Energy is A+ rated with the BBB. In addition, Ambit Energy was named Inc. Magazine’s Fastest Growing Privately Owned Company in 2010. In 2014, JD Power has awarded Ambit Energy the top energy provider in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. When a consultant signs you up, you are placed in their team. But unlike a pyramid scheme, you have the power and ability to surpass your fellow team members, including the consultant who signed you up.


For more information on Ambit Energy, please visit

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Vincent Napoleone