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Laura Betterly, President and CEO of In Touch Media Group, Inc. (OTCBB:ITOU) to appear Sunday, January 22, 2006 on “Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly”. Ms. Betterly will discuss what is the "In Touch Media Group’s Intelligent Marketing" and why Company's should use it to maximize search engine results.

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) January 20, 2006 -- Laura Betterly, President and CEO of In Touch Media Group, Inc. (OTCBB:ITOU) to appear Sunday, January 22, 2006 on “Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly”. Ms. Betterly will discuss what is the "In Touch Media Group’s Intelligent Marketing" and why Company's should use it to maximize search engine results.

Previous guests of the show have included ChangeWave Research’s Bryan Perry, US Senator John McCain, Enterprise Products CEO Dan Duncan, Celgene’s CEO John Jackson, Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta, Mario Gabelli, former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt, former Compaq CEO Eckard Pfeiffer, Money Manager Louis Navellier, and many others. Emerge Capital Corp. is the lead sponsor of The Corporate Strategies Business Talk Radio Show which may be heard on KSEV AM 700 in Houston, Texas, WGCH AM 1490 in Greenwich, Connecticut, WSBR AM 740 in Boca Raton, Florida, and on over 400 affiliate stations nationwide listed at CRN1 www.cableradionetwork.com, or on the Internet at www.businesstalkradio.net. This hour of “Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly” is hosted by Tim Connolly of Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers (www.corporate-strategies.net). Noted Economist Mike King of Princeton Research provides live technical analysis for the show.

About In Touch Media Group, Inc. (ITMG) – In Touch Media Group has developed a market research system employing both online and offline survey techniques to comprehensively identify all of the factors behind a prospective customer’s buying decisions about a given product or service. Intelligent Marketing gives you “ESP” into the minds of consumers and shows you how to market to them and give them what they actually want. Intelligent Marketing is the most advanced marketing system, by far, of any other marketing system available in the online world. It produces optimal results and ROI for your advertising dollar.

About Emerge Capital Corp and Corporate Strategies, Inc. – Emerge Capital Corp (OTCBB:NUWV) recently acquired Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers in a reverse merger transaction. Corporate Strategies, Inc. (www.corporate-strategies.net) is a Merchant Banker in the traditional European sense of the word. As the term has evolved from the 18th Century to today, Merchant Banking describes an enterprise that not only finances a company’s product or service, but also assists in developing a comprehensive business strategy. Corporate Strategies is comprised of seasoned executives with extensive experience in merchant banking, including business development and strategy, public and private company corporate finance, capital markets research, human resources, due diligence and transaction negotiation and execution.

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“Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly" is live talk radio…with the Titans of Business who move financial markets! The show is hosted by Tim Connolly, CEO of Merchant Banker Corporate Strategies, Inc. The Executive Producer of the show is broadcast news veteran Jan Carson, an award winning journalist with more than 20 years experience as a top rated television news anchor and reporter for NBC, ABC and CBS network affiliates. “Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly” features financial experts from across the nation providing the latest intelligence on equities, income investments, and a variety of risk, equity and option strategies.

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There are important factors for the wise investor to take into consideration before investing in silver bullion. The following questions should serve as a general guideline when investing in silver and other precious metals.

I’ve noticed that when I buy silver online I can take delivery or buy silver from a general pool. How does buying silver from a general pool work?

An investor will give a company who controls a large stock, or pool of silver a sum of money for a number of ounces of the white metal. The company then tracks the amount of silver that the individual purchased and deducts the number of ounces from the total ounces of the pool. The investor does not, and generally cannot, take delivery of the purchased silver. The upside to this method of investing is that a large amount (i.e. thousands of ounces) does not need to be stored by the individual and is kept under constant security, possibly in an offshore location. The downside is the investor does not know if the company is selling more silver than it has and the investor does not physically possess his or her investment.

How can I determine which method of silver purchase is right for me?

First, determine the size of the forthcoming investment. If a limited quantity is desired (i.e. a few thousand ounces or less) then locate a secure means of storage – a safe deposit box will do fine. If the quantity to be invested in is more than the secure storage will store, or secure storage cannot be found (a wise investor will shy away from burying an investment in the backyard), then buying silver from a general silver pool may be the best option. A wise investor may choose to diversify his or her investment by taking delivery and owning from a general pool.

There are several different forms of silver. What type is best to own?

Silver bullion can be found in either bars or rounds. Typically silver bullion bars come in 1 oz, 10 oz, 100 oz, and 1,000 oz weights. Usually the 1,000 oz bars aren’t exactly 1,000 oz – these bars are individually weighed and their actual weight is then stamped on the top and side.

Generally, owning 1 oz round coins are more preferable to owning 1 oz bars because when trading silver for goods, rounds are more recognized as a coin and are easier to transport. Rounds will likely be sold in plastic tubes that hold a count of 20 and can be stored vertically or horizontally. 1 oz bars are frequently stored in plastic sheets that can be stacked on top of one another like sheets of paper.

The wise investor keeps in mind that 1,000 oz bars must be redeemed in entirety, so when dealing with a few thousand ounces or less, a combination of 1, 10, and 100 oz bars are probably best. Only when storing a large amount of wealth should 1,000 oz bars be considered.

How do I know that the round I am buying is 1 oz of pure silver?

Silver rounds are 1 oz and are referred to as 1 oz silver rounds. Silver rounds will have the purity and content stamped on the front of the coin. Look for “.999 fine silver” and “1 Troy ounce”. The weight will also be stamped in grams and will vary depending on the mint. A smaller mint may appeal to investors by increasing the coin content from 31.1 grams to 31.2 grams or higher. Content and purity should be stamped on all silver that is sold which includes bars and rounds.

Should I purchase generic, semi-generic, well-known minted, or nationally minted rounds?

It never hurts to own a little bit of each, but generally speaking the wise investor wants the most silver for the money. Generic bullion is the least expensive, but can also be the least recognizable when reselling to a private purchaser. Most coin dealers will purchase generic bullion without any questions being asked. A familiar semi-generic mint is A-mark, and two well-known mints are the Sunshine Mint and Northwest Territorial Mint. Nationally minted bullion coins (i.e. American Silver Eagle, Canadian Silver Maple Leaf, etc.) are more expensive to purchase and do not yield a higher rate of return upon resale. Another type of silver an investor can purchase is pre-1965 U.S. coin bags. These bags have a $1,000 face value and yield approximately 715 ounces of silver. Before circulation the same silver coins contained about 723 ounces but decreased due to wear and tear. It is up to each investor to assess individual needs and make silver purchases accordingly.

How much can I expect to pay for the different types of bullion?

Always be sure to call multiple dealers and suppliers (found online or in the yellow pages under Gold and Silver) to find the best price. Some wholesalers will only sell in bulk (i.e. 500 ounces) and will offer a discounted fee per ounce. Large purchases can be made from a particular mint and spot price can be secured over the phone. When buying several to a few hundred 1 oz rounds, a dealer will typically charge $0.50 over spot per ounce of generic silver bullion. Some deals can be found and anything over $0.50 is probably too much.

When buying semi-generic, widely known, and nationally minted silver bullion the dealer will charge a higher fee as the recognition factor of the mint increases respectively. When deciding which is best to purchase, it is wise to consider future re-sale. It is always safe to own a little of each, but usually the type of mint pertains to private re-sale as most precious metals dealers will accept any minted silver without question.

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