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Email: greg (at) sage-talks (dot) com

Phone: (303) 688-6560 or Toll Free: 877-924-1414


Internet marketing is critical to success in today’s market, and also highly challenging- even for tech savvy and business professionals. As technology has improved and changed the way we do business we have many more choices and a lot of information about web commerce. Large companies can devote major resources to their webstores but small and medium businesses are often challenged and short changed. Through his speeches and workshops, Greg Jameson is here to help these clients provide the strategy and execution of world class eMarketing techniques to increase their market position, bolster revenue, and strengthen their brand names.

#1 Best-Selling author of Amazon’s Dirty Little Secrets

What Others are Saying about Greg:

“This years’ Rocky Mountain Gift Show speaker, Greg Jameson, #1 best-selling author of Amazon’s Dirty Little Secrets spoke about Facebook Secrets. He was fantastic. In fact, he packed the house! We ran out of seats, mostly because of the Facebook marketing Greg did to our attendees before the Seminar. He brought energy and enthusiasm to our seminar series. He is one of the best professional speakers we’ve ever heard. We look forward to having him again!” – Kathy Tracy, Denver Mart

“Go listen to Greg! I learned more in an hour than I did in the previous year of trying to do this on my own.” – Grant Moen

”I have attended many of Greg Jameson’s presentations in my role as President for Master Nursery Garden Centers. Greg is a skillful and knowledgeable professional. He held a workshop that demonstrated to customers, employees and suppliers how use our website in a way to maximize efficiency and cut costs. In the evaluations by both our directors and our members, he received excellent reviews across the board. Greg more than exceeded our expectations and I am looking forward to having him speak at many more events.” – Jeff Lafferty

Experience Pros Interview

CNTV Interview

Sage Talks Speaking Demo

Speaking at Business Honoring Spirituality

Past Engagements / Audiences:

  • Ecommerce Summit, Las Vegas, NV
  • International Federation of Landscape Architects, Boston, MA
  • Master Nursery Garden Centers, Philadelphia, PA
  • Denver Design Center, Denver, CO
  • Creative Connections, Denver, CO
  • Toro Dealer Convention, Jackson Hole, WY
  • Autodesk International Asia-Pacific Tour
  • Cirad, Geneva, Switzerland
  • International Irrigation Society, Tel Aviv, Israel



  • When Failure is Not an Option
    According to one study, Ecommerce websites have about an 80% failure rate. Other researchers claim it’s as high as 97%. Why are these numbers so huge, and what can you do to insure your success online? Many claim one of the reasons the failure rate is so high is because an ecommerce business can be
    Greg Jameson - December 8, 2016
  • Marketing is not a “one-time” thing
    I have been having great success with digital advertising for my customers – often seeing huge increases in attendance numbers at events and 15-20% increases in sales. But not always – some of the ads I have put out have totally bombed – does that mean it was a waste of money for my clients?
    Greg Jameson - October 28, 2016
  • How do you make money when everything is going free?
    Every business faces a very real challenge, either now or within a few years. Everything is available for free. Digital files are easy to share. And people WILL share those files, even if they are protected by copyright. Digital files are easily reproduced with no extra cost. The music industry has already found this out
    Greg Jameson - August 3, 2016
  • Simplified Steps to Internet Marketing
    Last week in Dallas I gave a series of 4 seminars on different aspects of Internet marketing, so I came up with a handout that ties all of these things together: Wholesale websites, Facebook advertising, video, and email. Your website is the focal point of your business online, and social media, video, email and other
    Greg Jameson - July 1, 2016
  • 3D Printing & eCommerce
    I first posted about 3D printing about 2 years ago (, indicating that I thought it would make a huge impact on how we purchase products. While it is still in in infancy, 3D printing is starting to become available to the masses. This means that the ease of use is improving and the costs
    Greg Jameson - June 9, 2016