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    [Blog] The Power Of Imagination
    Please don't confuse this blog post with a message that advertising is the best way to reach a consumer. Another testament to the power of a fully integrated marketing message. I was watching a television commercial for a luxury automobile the other day. It was your typical standard fare as far as car advertisements go. Rolling hills, a beautiful backdrop, a sports sedan buffed to perfection and the sound of the engine humming through nature. You could close your eyes and imagine yourself there. It happens. This was one of those moments. It felt good. That doesn't really happen. does it?
    [Blog] And You Don’t Know What to Do. So Jump!
    But all the Tweet Laters & scheduled posts & syndicated messages will not account for the time & effort it takes to make this stuff look as easy & inviting as everyone dreams it to be when they first blog, tweet and share something on Facebook. In his keynote address during the 2009 Blog Indiana Social Media and Bloggging Conference, Chris Brogan told us the crowd about how he used to leverage every penny and free moment he had to attend every scheduled industry conference he could find. The first one I’ll be hitting is Blog Indiana at IUPUI in Indianapolis.
    [Blog] At Digg, There is Hope (and rightfully so)
    Digg has gotten much better at communicating their changes on the blog. Learn more about Digg on this social media blog. Did you notice? There seems to be a paradigm shift going on over at Digg that hearkens to the cries of users and publishers alike longing for the glory of old. It would appear that for the first time in over a year, Digg senior management is not only listening to the users, they’re acting upon what they’re hearing. Things have changed. For the first time in over 7 months, I’m strongly encouraged about Digg’s future. Not yet. Changes.
    [Blog] Social Media “Lists” – Something Not To Be Overlooked
    From the blog : We’ve all been there. One feature of social media, which has steadily been gaining traction lately, is the concept of “lists” Facebook has them, and so does Twitter. The latest social media site to begin lists is Stumbleupon , and it is changing the way I look at the site, and how I use it. Used properly, social media lists are extremely useful, yet it is amazing how many people overlook the feature, and / or not use it to their full advantage. Facebook. How do Lists benefit you on Facebook? Otherwise it might affect your next annual performance review.
  • FIREBELLY  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Blog] Coleman Campsite: The Original Social Networking Site
    Categories Adam Small adam Yale Alyson Ahrns Analytics Ari Herzog Beth Harte Blog Blog Development Blog Indiana Blogging Branding Brochure Buzz Camper Van Beethoven CD Chris Brogan CMS Content Convergence conversations Cracker Craig Donato Dana Todd David Evans David Hoppe David Lowery Death of the Brochure Design Digital Agency Digital Dirt Duncan Alney Elf Yourself email Emanuel Rosen Facebook Firebelly Marketing French Maids G.P. Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « 5 Fun Twitter Quizzes | Main | What the F**k is Social Media NOW?
    [Blog] Five Things to Consider when Producing Vine Videos
    Create storyboards: Like any other brand content, for example blog content, your team should plan ahead on the what the message will be, whether it’s part of a series,  how it folds into the larger marketing effort, etc. It might be great for Twitter and your blog, but perhaps not Facebook and LinkedIn. Vine videos are not just any video content; they require specific expertise and care when producing them in order to cater to the vine audience as well as the mainstream audience. Others could probably use a little more “finesse” as you would put it.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2015
    [Blog] 7 Ways To Build Your Brand In The Blogosphere
    Sites such as Tomoson , Brand Meets Blog , Nuffnang , and Blogger Connect  attract high-quality bloggers who want to connect with businesses like yours. This can be as simple as retweeting their tweets and sharing their blog posts. To take this to the next level, ask trusted bloggers to write guest posts for your corporate blog, but remember not to try to control what they say. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Jeff Foster. Blogger outreach is one of the most effective ways to build your brand. Use Introduction Sites. General
    [Blog] Check Your Google+ Pages for the Custom URL Option
    The post Check Your Google+ Pages for the Custom URL Option appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. If you’re like many who use Google+, you may not check your pages very often. With posting and monitoring tools out there, you might not log into your actual account very often. You should. Custom URLs are now available. For individual users, you should be getting an email if you meet the minimum requirements. These “requirements” are very minimal. Have a profile longer than a month, have at least 10 followers, and have a profile picture. Keep checking.
    [Blog] Usefulness Is Just a Baseline
    Many, many useful pieces of content, from blogs to slideshare presentations, are published and shared every day. A butterfly uses its wings to fly and find food as well as escape from danger. The wings are very useful, but it doesn’t stop there. The presentation of the wing extends beyond baseline utility to serve as a visual Darwinistic survival tool. Wings are unique from species to species, providing a means to camouflage the butterfly from various environmental predators. could not agree more, usefulness is an absolute necessity for successful content. What do I mean by that?
    [Blog] What Alfred Hitchcock Would Have Said About Facebook (For Business?)
    One podcast show turned into a blog, which gave me the courage to do video interviews and eventually other media. I What would Alfred Hitchcock have to say about social media? His film Rear Window (1954) hits the premise of social media on the head. The film is about voyeurism. And as the script reads ”we’ve become a race of Peeping Toms.” Sixty Sixty years later I think Alfred would agree. Why are so many of us addicted to Facebook? Because Because we arguably enjoy watching others and being watched–this is not mean to sound creepy. We We are interested in each other’s stories. My boss?
    [Blog] Jean Nidetch, F.F.H. (Formerly Fat Housewife), Customer-Centric Crusader
    Note from blogger: I wrote this for my previous blog at Customer Management IQ. On October 12, 1492, a man discovered America. On October 12, 1923, America discovered a lady who was born to discover Weight Watchers. He was Christopher Columbus. She was Jean Nidetch. He took the mystery out of the world. She took the L out of ‘Flab.’ We all know his story. Here is hers.*. Photo source. Taking the L out of Flab. For such a little lady Nidetch has a big personality—but she wasn’t always little. He drove a cab in addition to being one of the first food delivery entrepreneurs. F.F.H. M.S.N.s,
    [Blog] Someone Like Me, Customer Value Co-Creation and Biodiesel Fuel.
    hope you got through your 40 overnight emails :) 8 hours ago Categories Select Category call center contact center customer engagement strategy e20 Facebook influence leadership marketing social business social CRM social crm social media talent management Uncategorized women in business Blog at Serving Social Business, Technology & Soul Food Search The Blakery Who is Blake? Larry is accused of giving bald people preferential treatment by Jeff Garlin his manager. And it’s true. Most of us want to hang out with people that have a common denominator with us.
    [Blog] Customer Data, RCA and the Truth about Sumo Wrestling « The Blakery
    hope you got through your 40 overnight emails :) 8 hours ago Categories Select Category call center contact center customer engagement strategy e20 Facebook influence leadership marketing social business social CRM social crm social media talent management Uncategorized women in business Blog at Serving Social Business, Technology & Soul Food Search The Blakery Who is Blake? Customer Data, RCA and the Truth about Sumo Wrestling 14 Sep I have an Achilles heal for films about sociology, anthropology and pretty much anything ending with (ogy). Sound familiar?
    [Blog] The rise of social media and other key trends from Waitrose’s Food and Drink Report 2014
    Millions of consumers are using social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to share food photos, blogs and recipes. Last week Waitrose launched its Food and Drink Report 2014. This is the second time the supermarket has released an annual review of consumer behaviour in relation to food and drink. Waitrose has poured over sales data, customer research and conducted expert interviews to examine consumer’s changing shopping behaviour in food and drink over the past year. Time-poor consumers favour shopping little and often, regularly visiting convenience shops.
    [Blog] Fighting Twitter Spam (With a Little Help From My Friends)
    If you are concerned about your privacy or simply don’t want to fill the twitter stream. 4 – Write a blog post embroiling the snotty little spammer. If Twitter is good for one thing, it is support from the community.  Our fine city of Louisville has been in a state of emergency and the total number of people without power in Kentucky has skyrocketed to over 1 million. And of course spammers picked this fine time to make a copycat account. Underscore spammers have been hitting several top Twitter users, and its getting ridiculous. Let me know. Share this on
    [Blog] Google to Remove Google Authorship Photos from Search Results
    I’ve always been a big fan of the photos that appear in the Google search results when the author of an article or blog posts has claimed their Google Authorship for that content. After all, there have been some claims recently that even when people have claimed their Google Authorship their photo is not appearing in the search results. I’ve written about that before on the Globe Runner blog. But now, there’s official word from John Mueller at Google that the Google Authorship photos as we know them are essentially going away. Well, absolutely not!
    [Blog] Challenging the old media business models (Part 2) | Social Media.
    blog comments powered by Disqus Top Videos Previous Entry Challenging the old media business models (Part 1) Next Entry 5 Reasons why Facebook is better than Twitter SMC QUOTE “.As Home Content RSS Log in Social Media Citizens Home Case Studies Reports SMC List TOP Lists Video Consulting Portfolio Challenging the old media business models (Part 2) January 27th, 2010 by Giedrius Ivanauskas Leave a reply » Share As a follow up to the recent post “Challenging the Old Media Business Models”  I want to get a bit deeper into the analysis of media business (revenue) models. Madness?
    [Blog] Humbled and proud
    I don’t often gloat or get overly excited about personal awards on this blog. However, I am very humbled and proud to announce that I’ve been named one of three finalists for Community Manager of the year… Congrats to the CMY of the Year Finalists: @ vistaprint @ jeffespo , @ vocus @ sacevero , & @ sfballet @ teacupinthebay #cmy12. Oracle (@Oracle) October 16, 2012.
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015
    [Blog] Should you Buy YouTube Subscribers? The Pros and Cons
    We hate seeing that at Devumi, and we hope that our years of running this blog, and being in business, proves. The Pros and Cons appeared first on Devumi Blog. Every decision you make about your YouTube channel will get you certain results – both positive and negative. Whether or not you should buy YouTube subscribers is a choice that you should weigh both the pros and cons of before jumping into it if you’re not already sure what to do. This post will help guide you towards a decision through analysis of both sides of the debate. This works both ways. YouTube
    [Blog] Goodbye Akismet and Hello G.A.S.P.
    But for some reason that I was never able to understand, their comments were considered spam by Akismet — the most popular anti-spam plugin used by nearly all WordPress blogs. deactivated Akismet from this blog’s list of plugins and installed a new plugin with the memorable acronym of G.A.S.P. No false positives – your favorite commentators and new readers WILL be able to easily comment in your blog. 2. Any commentator who has been flagged as a spammer is treated rudely by your blog. How to Enhance Your Blog Comment: Focus on KeywordLuv and CommentLuv.
    [Blog] Is Open Source the new black?
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious?
    [Blog] Reasons to know “Why Social Media is failing your business”
    Blogging Quantity and Quality: One of the major strategies of social media marketing is to post content on a regular basis. Also try to use visuals like pictures, videos to make the presentation and blogs more interesting. Using video blogs for developing contents will ensure better results. #5. Failing at social media is not uncommon for any business. Moreover, the fault might be due to a number of reasons. Here are some of the reasons that it might be failing your business and may need some urgent attention and action. #1. She loves writing travelling and reading books.
    [Blog] Icing on the Cake: Merging Social Media and Direct Marketing
    The Customers Love Cheese 13 ½ Business Blogging Tips to Effortlessly Impress Your Readers and Skyrocket Your Sales. Written by Megan Ritter. When I worked for a technical school that was just entering the social media world, I had the pleasure of meeting the first employee hired to work in the new department. Although management was excited to have her on board, most treated her with the respect of high school yearbook reporter. Direct Marketing. Marketing is still the beginning of any campaign, but the paths have become more complex with the introduction of social media.
    [Blog] Get Social Media and Business Advice and Tips with the Jay Today Show
    have the  Baer Facts interviews I do with Kyle Lacy from ExactTarget, but they are once a week or so. I of course have this blog, Convince & Convert , but our amazing cast of guest contributors are doing such a great job of producing top-flight content that I only write here once a week or so. This is an exciting day for me. Today is the debut of my new video podcast: Jay Today. have the weekly Social Pros podcast , but that show is devoted to showcasing the incredible social media professionals who join us as guest. Thus, Jay Today ! Candidio is an amazing video editing service.
    [Blog] YouTube Launches Charts of Top Videos
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Companies Embrace Social Media The Social Media Policy – not just for the big players » YouTube Launches Charts of Top Videos Posted by Marlene Friis Aug 24th, 2010 Tweet Recently, YouTube has announced that it will be featuring its top web videos in a new section on their site called YouTube Charts. You can leave a comment or give feedback to the Charts at the YouTube blog. On each list, you can see the Top 100 videos. Where do I go? What do you think of the YouTube Charts? And
    [Blog] Help Me Find My Next Job?
    This blog attests to that statement; and your reading, sharing, and commenting is why I write a breadth of articles about the social web every week. Following in the spirit of my friends Anna Barcelos and Dave Atkins who each seek new jobs (please click their names to see what they’re looking for, should you be able to assist them), I’d like to tell you what I’m doing… I shouldn’t need to tell you that I live and breathe social media. Thanks a lot. -- Thank you for reading Help Me Find My Next Job? at AriWriter. No related posts.
    [Blog] Is Social Media mainline advertising or direct marketing?
    Social Media Network - Marketing Social Media, Social Media Network, SMN, Social Media Network Online, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Digital Space, Interactive, Web, Blog Advertising Marketing, Buzz, Affiliate Marketing Program, Freelance, Mobile, Data Understanding, Business, Technology, CRM, Consumer, Direct Marketing, Mass Communication, Sell Online, Sell Products Online, Money, Home Jobs, Shopping, LifeStyle And More Social Media Network - Marketing by Pervara Kapadia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Social Media Ne.
    [Blog] My Google+ vs. Twitter Click-Through Experiment
    I was fortunate enough to luck into a few Spotify invitations earlier today, so I decided to try a little experiment in checking out click-through rates on Google+ vs. Twitter. I put similar offers up on Twitter and Google+ at the same time (7:38am PDT on a Thursday), and checked to see what drove traffic over to the blog. (I turned off comments on the Google+ offer, so folks could only go to the blog and to not split the sample.). then grabbed my referrer data to that post on the blog over the period of a few hours after these both went up. Twitter Offer. Thoughts?
    [Blog] 5 Reasons Pinterest is Addicting and 4 Weaknesses That May Kill it
    post originally published on the Monetate blog ). Like Google searches for M.I.A. after her Super Bowl middle finger salute, the growth of Pinterest is positively ferocious. A 329 percent increase in unique visitors in 90 days is the kind of rocket ship acceleration that is usually far more myth than reality, even in social media start-up circles. Why this newfound obsession with Pinterest? What’s fueling this rocket? There are actually several factors and features that have made Pinterest on par with Twitter as a traffic driver (according to a Shareaholic study ). 1. Passion Pit.
    [Blog] Lessons From a Very Public Break-Up
    The campaign integrated TV advertisements, Billboards, Earned Media, Social Media including Facebook , Twitter , YouTube and our blog, and live stunts to generate awareness of our message. Earlier this year, National Australia Bank  got Australia and the world talking with its very public  ‘Break-Up’ campaign. Based on the idea that NAB were breaking up with the other leading Australian banks, the campaign combined new and traditional media and communications to achieve some stunning results for the bank, including winning the Cannes Grand  Prix in PR. Share of Voice reached 55%.
    [Blog] The Year of Living Older… And Liking It
    Post Categories Select Category Blogging for Grasshoppers Business Career Networking Communication Blogging Measurement MeasurePR Public Relations Social Media Twitter Writing Events Guest Posts Amrit Pal Bryce Keane Conway Wigg Erica Holt Herwin Icasiano Howie Goldfarb Mike Doman Narciso Tovar Shanan Sorochynski Steff Metal Interviews Marketing Media Personal Cooking Recipe of the Week Philanthropy PRSA 2009 Resources How To Weekly Roundup Speaking Training Women Grow Business Featured Guest Bloggers Extra, Extra! Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. Hoo boy. And ".11
    [Blog] The 8 Wrong Questions PR Firms Are Asking About Social Media | PR.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search The 8 Wrong Questions PR Firms Are Asking About Social Media August 18th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet The enthusiasm about social media among public relations professionals is rampant, and encouraging. How can we make a viral video that gets thousands of views? Thanks!
    [Blog] Social Media Monitoring Tools: An Overview
    link] Vuepoint Creative Blog: Just another WordPress weblog [.] You can monitor blog comments, mentions in the media, traffic [.] pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Social Media Monitoring Tools: An Overview by Pam Dyer on January 7, 2010 Share This terrific SlideShare presentation was created by Stefan Betzold, a partner at pier314 , a digital media consulting company in Hamburg, Germany. Key elements and features of each are shown, along with test cases, examples, and advantages/limitations. Please leave a comment!
    [Blog] Study Finds Marketers Embracing Social Media Marketing In A Big Way
    link] » Blog Archive » Marketeers investeren in sociale media in 2010 [.] link] Digital Marketeers » Blog Archive » Marketeers investeren in sociale media in 2010 [.] pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Study Finds Marketers Embracing Social Media Marketing in a Big Way by Pam Dyer on January 21, 2010 Share Integrated marketing services provider Alterian today released the results of their seventh annual survey on social media marketing adoption. Good post, thanks for sharing!!
    [Blog] Tweeterati #12: The Tweet-sourced Draft of the #FastingBill2011
    Gaurav Mishra (@ gauravonomics ) writes about how the social web is changing business and society at In last week’s Tweeterati column in Mail Today , I presented the draft of the #FastingBill2011 : It seems that all fasts aren’t created equal. While Anna Hazare’s fast struck a chord with India’s social media savvy middle class, Baba Ramdev’s fast has turned into the subject of a humorous Twitter meme. Here’s the unedited text of last week’s Tweeterati column: Tweeterati: Gaurav Mishra Deconstructs Popular Culture on Twitter.
    [Blog] Is Social Media Forcing Retirement? | Spin Sucks
    definitely most a gross generalization in the blog post, but you’re in the minority. 17, 2010 #FollowFriday: The Bike Whisperer A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable Blog: Share Your Link Love Spinonomics Attire Not Appropriate for Public Speaking Arment Dietrich Is No Longer a PR Firm? The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec. You can guess where that audience typically lies…50+ white men. Imagine she tells them the way they’ve always pushed sales out to their audiences no longer works.
    [Blog] Keep Moving Forward
    Today we have a guest blog from Jennifer Murphy, the vice president and COO at NetPlus Alliance. Two years ago at the Industrial Supply Association Product Show and Conference, I was fortunate to attend one of the educational tracks hosted by a former Navy SEAL, Eric Greitans. His presentation related his experiences as a SEAL to the challenges we face in life, both personally and professionally. Greitans served abroad first as a humanitarian, and then on the front lines in Afghanistan post-9/11. Sound familiar? And eventually you get to a place where you lead.
    [Blog] Geo-Local Social Media Monitoring and Missed Opportunity of Social Media
    Today, it is still next to impossible to tie Social Media activity (a Tweet, Checking, Post, Blog Post, Photo, etc) to actual purchases, but it is clear that such activities are proxies for actual purchases of services, or meals, or rooms – even if we can’t always prove it yet (but will in the near future). Clearly, I’ll be developing this idea more – and I welcome your input. My hypothesis starting out. Want to know who is making up the bulk of the OTS opportunities for Roger Smith Hotel over the last 30 days?   AUTHOR. CONTENT. FOLLOWING. FOLLOWERS. VPEPR.
    [Blog] SEO for Bloggers With Soul
    Why should you bother with that when you’ve launched a blog to help people and make the world a better place? However, it’s hard to change the world if you can’t reach the world, and SEO increases the chances that readers will discover this life changing blog of yours. Basic SEO practices are also good blogging and writing practices. More than just helping your site show up in a search engine, SEO can help improve a blog’s focus, readability, and value. Your blogging niche is probably your passion. It’s about the focus of your blog. Webb of S. L.
    [Blog] On Social Media Experts Being Clowns Etc.
    If you liked this post, you might also like: One/ Two Day Social Web Strategy Masterclass Workshop Predictions and Opinion Polls for the 2009 Lok Sabha Elections in India My Interview with Indian Daily DNA on the Role of Citizen Journalism in the Mumbai Terrorist Attacks My Interview With Indian Daily DNA on Blogging as a Change Agent List of Social Media Agencies in India TOI Article on Whether Conversations Are Dying. There is a huge chasm in the middle where ignorance and humour thrive. So, we need new words to talk about social and new ways to think about social.
    [Blog] 10+ simple tips to win at social media
    Feedly is also very handy to follow your favorite blogs in one convenient spot. Social media may have become mainstream, a lot of entrepreneurs and small business owners still struggle to make sense of it. They struggle because they have jumped on the bandwagon on impulse, without properly educating themselves on what works and what doesn’t. So, today, let us go back to the basics. Here are some tips to help you make your mark. Plan, plan, plan – Being on social networks is not enough. You need to have a strategy in place to attract followers and create engagement. Stout.
    [Blog] #FollowFriday: Michelle Olson
    You can read Depth In PR , her company blog, follow her on Twitter , like their Facebook page , subscribe to their YouTube channel , or join their LinkedIn group. I met Michelle Olson in Cabo San Lucas four years ago. Tough life, huh? We were there for the spring Counselor’s Academy conference and, when I was introduced to her, she noticed the bandages on my knees and elbows (how embarrassing). We became fast friends, I’m certain, because of that first impression. Now it’s tradition that, at the spring conference every year, we either ship our bikes or rent them so we can ride together.
    Share this on Reddit Tagged as: Blogs , Business , Facebook , Jay Baer , Juli Barcelona , Justin Brackett , LinkedIn , Marketing Plan , Myrland Marketing Moment , Twitter { 8 comments… read them below or add one } Mark C. Home About Services Social Media Speaking-Training LMA Contact Subscribe Myrland Marketing Minutes Strategic Social Media: Making Social Media Make Sense THESE ARE JUST TOOLS by Nancy Myrland on September 24, 2010 ????This This is the Myrland Marketing Moment I shared yesterday: Myrland Marketing Moment: You know these are just tools we’re using, right?
    [Blog] What to do when business is slow
    To read blog posts it would be easy to believe that making money online is easy, that all business and management is easy and that there is no business problem that cannot be solved in 5 easy steps! But business isn't like is the ultimate rollercoaster and this week I am going to blog some articles about business which addresses when business ideas don't go quite according to plan! Today I am going to start with social media and persuading the boss that social media is a worthwhile way of spending business resources. The boss is bonused on achieving them!
    [Blog] The Verizon CDMA hotspot iPhone 4 is finally here, available on February 10
    The CDMA Verizon iPhone will be available for sale on February 10 not February 3 as some technology blogs predicated but the February 3 date is for pre-orders for existing Verizon customers online. media event read: Live From The Verizon iPhone Announcement via Mobile Crunch Live from Verizon’s iPhone event via Engadget Hello Verizon iPhone goodbye AT&T via gizmodo Live Blog: Verizon Event via Mac Life Are you going to purchase the iPhone 4 on Verizon? The Verizon iPhone is here! Announced on 1.11.11 in New York by Tim Cook and Lowell McAdam.
    [Blog] CASE STUDY: How JetBlue Listened on Twitter
    When he's not blogging, Ari helps brands improve their digital media marketing. I recently purchased a ticket to fly from Boston to Denver over Columbus Day weekend. A few weeks passed and, when a local conflict required me to change my dates of travel, I logged onto the JetBlue website and clicked the link to “change entire itinerary.” ” I gladly paid the $100 surcharge to reschedule my flight. Less than 24 hours later, I realized I needed to change it again. Can I do it online? — Ari Herzog (@ariherzog) September 19, 2012. called. But they did. Got a question?
    [Blog] Tip: Creating a newspaper layout in Blogger with the first image.
    Register to join us on November 16 at 2:00pm EST. Search This Blog. Tip: Adding a submission form to your blog. Name of blog. Blog URL. Relation to blog [select] Owner Developer Contributor Fan Contact email What makes it special? Blog Archive. Blog Archive. comments: Raymond Duke September 29, 2012 12:28 PM This seems to be affecting only the first post on my blog. Blogger Xpertise. Blogger sites that go beyond the basic template, showing you how to make your Blogger site just as amazing. About Us. Portfolio Pieces. Blogger Tips. Posts.
    [Blog] What it takes to be an entrepreneur?
    The 5th of November is one that I will always remember… as it is the day that my mentor, my Dad, left this world to bring smiles to another… As many know my ebook, my blog, my podcast are all focused on sharing the lessons that were taught to me by my Dad. Here is one of my favourite stories. Dad had a weird mind. mind that was never quiet, always questioning and always looking for ideas to bring to his business. One day he picked up a potential German customer from the airport. He then asked the customer to drive through a car wash as he got out of his car.
    [Blog] 2015 Business Goals
    In fact, 2014 was a great, big lesson in what not to do: From HR issues and client service challenges to blog growth and speaking engagement feedback. I was very happy to see the door close on the year and am very ready to start with a clean slate. By Gini Dietrich I’m back! Did you miss me? missed you! have to say, I could have used just one more week. Ann Handley posted on Facebook last night, “Sunday night, post-holidays. know I’m supposed to be ready to go back… I’m not. Who’s in for ONE MORE WEEK… ?” So here we are, 2015. By a lot.
    [Blog] Hierarchy Of Communication
    Members communicate by blog posts/videos/UGC. Not all types of communications are equal. When you meet someone in person you form a deeper relationship with them than thousands of online interactions. We’re increasingly seeing a hierarchy of contact. At the lowest levels members talk via contributing content which others read. It’s slow, thoughtful and not interactive. At the higher levels are immediate response, real-time communication and stronger context (i.e. talking by IM is stronger than chat-rooms – you had to add that person to your instant messenger). That’s a pity.
    [Blog] Show 478 - Social Media Explained
    You can check out his wonderful Marketing Companion podcast and blog here. . You can check out his wonderful Marketing Companion podcast and blog here. The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social marketing , business ideas and  brand marketing tips  has a wonderful new episode. Anna Farmery  speaks to Mark Schaefer , one of her favourite experts on all things social media. Also my own new e-book on social leadership will be coming out this week and for subscibers to the Engaging Times you will get it for just 99p! We discuss. Why does social media need to be explained?
    [Blog] How to Prove Your Social Media Impact
    Jay highlights this problem in his blog post, but dark social is not just limited to this ubiquitous link sharing that happens among followers, friends, and family. Image via For too long, social’s contribution to business success has been ignored and undervalued. In this post, we are going to start changing that by walking through the steps necessary to finally measure social’s business impact and give social the credit it deserves. Many believe it is a fool’s errand to try to quantitatively determine the business value of a Facebook like or a tweet. Who is sharing?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2010
    [Blog] Why Social Media is Dangerous for Your Brain
    How many blog posts do you read every day? Baroness Greenfield, director of Oxford’s Institute for the Future of the Mind , wrote an op-ed earlier this year. She argued the computer screen is disruptive to cognitive development. [S]tudents are losing the ability to study properly. Constant use of the internet has rewired their brains to function differently from those of earlier generations: they skip from topic to topic in an “associative&# mode of thinking, and are less capable of the linear thought required for skills like reading and writing at length. Sound familiar?
    [Blog] Why the Art of Journalism Is All About Science
    Or, as Nick Diakopoulous, also featured in the Tow Center report,  posted on his blog : “Data does not intrinsically imply truth. Imagine your smartphone after a vacation:  filled to the brim with photos and stuffed with a collection of music files that would make a small radio station jealous. Now Now imagine millions more smartphones like it, nearing the brim of capacity, maxed out of storage space. That’s how much data – 115 million 16 gig iPhones at full capacity – that is created each day on the Internet.  Overwhelming, right? Google Trends graph for internet in ‘data journalism’.
    [Blog] Social Media is a Reflection of One’s Social Skills
    Showing the mechanics of how this is done would be an entire new blog post) When someone asks a question on our Facebook page the first thing I do is greet them with a salutation and responding back to them with their name. As the Digital Media Manager for TerraCycle I have come to realize a very important truth. This truth is that social media is a reflection of one’s social skills. Whether your social media is for a company, a non-profit, or for personal use, the way it’s delivered is in direct proportion to ones social skills or what I like to call “Social IQ”. Why does this happen?
    [Blog] The Pillars of Online Marketing Success in 2014 & Beyond
    At least having a mobile responsive website / blog is mandatory and every piece of content created for engaging users should be optimized for mobile. As online marketing budgets continue to rise this year and with prospects to increase for the future, there’s good sign that more businesses are taking the potential and necessity of the web seriously. It also means a few others things; your number of competitors are increasing daily; tactics that once produced high conversion rates are now diluted and less effective and you will need to invest more in making your mark and selling online.
    [Blog] People Don’t Care
    Yet, self-centered drivel fills most corporate and nonprofit emails, blogs, social updates, etc. There’s one assumption that I start every marketing campaign with: People don’t care. Every communication must assume that customers, prospects, and other stakeholders — e.g. people — don’t care , and aren’t looking for a brand to communicate with them. Even with permission, most folks aren’t eagerly awaiting our next outreach. As communicators, it is our job to give them a reason to care. Companies can’t help themselves. Where is the utility ?
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
    [Blog] What to Do with Twitter When You Aren’t on Twitter
    Make sure the last Tweet (and for that matter, blog post) you’ve left leaves a lasting, positive impression of what people can hope to get from following your account. Good idea: A link to your latest blog post or inspiring article. Say they had a great blog post on a new shop that opened up. L et’s face it: Twitter is a bit addicting. Even as a former Twitter-hater , I’ve gotten somewhat swept up in the RTs, the #FF and that special feeling of being listed. Every article you see has the “How to Act on Twitter” and “What You’re REALLY saying in 140 characters.”
    [Blog] How Mobile Payment Systems Can Promote Customer Loyalty
    As viral marketing trends show, the digital world has insanely fast turnarounds; a video or ad that you post on a blog in the morning can reach markets on the other side of the world by the afternoon. Written by Kristen Gramigna of BluePay. In the modern business arena, you’re in constant competition with people’s love of all things simple. Implementing mobile payment systems is a must if you want to keep consumers from heading elsewhere. Here are some of the ways these conveniences improve customer satisfaction and retention and promote heightened customer loyalty.
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, Facebook Summit and Hamsters with Soul
    Blogging / Writing. content strategy for audience engagement – use this when planning your blog posts, and you will get more interaction. ways to skyrocket your blog traffic – simple yet effective ways to get more visitors to your blog. Secret Blog Collaboration Group – maybe not so secret, but an exceptional place to meet other bloggers for some serious blog collaboration. How to start a blog in a crowded niche – five ways to overcome the overwhelming side of it and get to blogging. The Resources Mashup. Twitter.
    [Blog] What Brands Can Learn from the Fashion Industry
    There’s a humanistic element to the images that one can relate to, even on their blog. What I Love : Anthropologie utilizes their social channels to not only promote their products, but also incorporate quotes, food and drive traffic to their blog. Often I find myself browsing fashion-related posts on Instagram, Pinterest or a company’s website. Fifteen minutes pass by where I’ve put off whatever needed to be done and become lost in the images and content delivered by the brand. This is what I call great content marketing in the fashion world. Anthropologie. Refinery 29.
    [Blog] The Magic Pill for Content Marketing
    Tweetable Moments A blog is free like a puppy, not free like a beer. equalman Tweet This. The Next Big Thing. Erik Qualman  is a bestselling  author , the founder of the Socialnomics movement , and a professor at Harvard and MIT. He’s been featured on 60 Minutes and in the Wall Street Journal. His 2014 book “What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube” was recently nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and he was voted the second most likable author in the world (second only to Harry Potter creator, J.K. Rowling). ” Everyone wants the magic pill—the greatest solution.
    [Blog] Specialists and Generalists
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. According to Harvard Business Review author Vikram Mansharamani, the need for specialization is waning and generalist skills are in demand. He explains the difference with bark. There are many who have deeply studied its nooks, grooves, coloration, and texture. Few have developed the understanding that the bark is merely the outermost layer of a tree. Fewer still understand the tree is embedded in a forest. And yet, both specialists and generalists are each needed. But I don’t want to study the air, grass, or water either. Job Search
    [Blog] Travel Essentials for PR Pros, Or: What’s In Your Wallet?
    Because you never know when the opportunity will arise for you to do a killer interview for your blog, now, do you? 7. For those of you in the U.S., we’re approaching the height of summer vacations and travel. For those of you not in the U.S., we’re approaching the height of summer vacations and travel (unless you’re in the “other” hemisphere,” in which case you’re shivering your timbers off, and Jamie Garantziotis is going to have to take care of you). Reality. Or simply being on the go. And if we weren’t ready, then where would we be?
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Latkes, Drugs, and Swear Words
    This first came to my attention on Justin Goldsborough’s blog and it can have significant effect in the pharma industry. Well, Google bought Motorola Mobility this week, in an attempt to even further their Global Domination. know. *I* am supposed to achieve Global Domination (it is, after all, my initials). But I do much better when I have someone in my front view that I need to catch. So don’t you worry. Global Domination will be mine in the next 10 years. Put in your requests for the country you’d like to control soon! First come, first served. Here you go… 5.
    [Blog] How to Use Social Media When Customers Aren’t that Into You
    Use your blog, website, and social networks to provide answers to the most common questions. Guest post by Debra Ellis , founder of Wilson & Ellis Consulting. Every marketer should ask, “How do conversations increase sales and improve service for our company?&# The answer may not come easy because there is a major roadblock preventing companies from creating highly engaged communities. Their customers don’t want to talk to them. People want to complete their business transactions with minimal effort. Conversations require effort. Sometimes, they require a lot of it.
    [Blog] The Lord of the Content: Fellowship of the Reader
    The Reader Without them, your blog would be a wasteland of content that is only important to you. Have you ever been so caught up in your writing that you sometimes resemble Smeagol, clutching your content to your chest and whispering, “My Precious”? We all have fights with insanity sometimes. However, one thing that separates the good writers from the great writers is that they are not too attached to the content they create. know you’re probably scratching your head after you read the above sentence, but what I mean to say is the great writers are always evolving.
    [Blog] Social Networking Map – 2010 edition
    You can also subscribe to the blog to ensure you receive the latest posts. « Previous Post Next Post » blog comments powered by Disqus Stay connected Recent Posts Can influence be bought? Home About Archives Press Clips Spark Advisors Suggested Reading Social Networking Map – 2010 edition Written on August 28, 2010 by Espo in social media Enjoy this post? Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Thanks for visiting! Comments - Leave a comment! Cartoon of the day Five for Friday 09.24.10 Unported License.
    [Blog] Twitter Hashtags 101
    You can find out more on my blog What’s A Hashtag on Twitter. If you’ve been using Twitter a while you will have come across the hashtag. That’s when you add ‘#’ in front of a word or acronym to create a clickable link. The hashtag groups tweets together on a particular subject into one place. When you click on the link you will see all the latest tweets containing that hashtag filtering out all of the other tweets. This makes it easy to find tweets on specific topics quickly. to add context or irony to a message: #fail and #justsayin being examples of this.
    [Blog] Meet Our Friend @corleymay
    You can find her on LinkedIn , Twitter and here’s her blog. @corleymay is a fellow creative who drives a very powerful digital community in a very niche market! She’s one of the few professional - digital-community-builders who gets to do it for their 9-5 job (although it’s often more hours than that). She has the ability to pull people into the conversation and keep them there. Corley is also one of the best writers I know! corleymay  is someone I’m lucky to consider a friend. She also lives here in Asheville, NC where I love calling home! Check her out!
    [Blog] Moving without the ball: On Basketball and Digital marketing
    In marketing, especially in the web world, there’s a sense that all we have to do is create a website, add that transactional back-end, create a Facebook page, a Twitter handle, and a blog site-and they will come. In the game of basketball there’s something that really can separate the good players from the average players. A lot of  players do not do it and yet they would be better served and more successful if they did do it. It’s fundamental to the game and yet a lot of coaches do not coach it or preach it. I’m not going to tell you what it is yet. We measure.
    [Blog] Are You Willing To Be Led?
    My friend Terry Starbucker writes a fantastic blog that talks about leadership and guidance a lot, and he has some wonderful perspective. Leadership is a topic that comes up a great deal: what makes a great leader, how to be a great leader, the importance of great leadership in business in order for it to really thrive. There’s a great new Twitter chat going on , started by Steve Woodruff and Lisa Petrilli around leadership. Millions upon millions of books have been written and sold on the topic. But I’ve also noticed a rather…unsettling (?) trend or discussion.
    [Blog] 17 Favorite Science Fiction Works
    An inescapable science fiction masterpiece, anyone who reads this blog can imagine Gibson’s Neuromancer. Image source: Aumanack Diversão sem limite. After reading last week’s post on science fiction , Erin Feldman asked me to suggest a few books in the genre. Of course, I was delighted. So here are my favorite science fiction books (and trilogies) of all time. You’ll see they span sub genre and era. 1) The Diamond Age (Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer) by Neal Stephenson. And those with the most advantages may have the largest handicaps. Corey. Image by Subarino.
    [Blog] Why Talking Like A Human Requires An Actor’s Mindset
    ” This also explains why it takes me more and more time to blog for myself – I actually have to “re-center” to find my voice, which is deeply disconcerting…but I digress. As your fingers hit the keyboard to respond to that email – do you find yourself ever pausing? If you’re in marketing, communications or PR, I bet your answer is “Every.Single.Time.” ” Getting a message across is still an art form, as evidenced by the amazing amount of useless info and poorly written emails we all receive every single day. Just try it.
    [Blog] Top 10 Social Media Tips & Predictions For 2014
    Blogging will become a greater digital monster. From a creative standpoint, blogging is ideal for talking about certain subjects, giving one’s take on the matter in a way that is as level as possible. It goes without saying that social media seems to shift at a moment’s notice. This may not mean much for those who utilize Facebook, Twitter and pages of that nature for leisurely purposes but what about those who wish to expand their digital presences? What if they want to help themselves or their brand become noticed? Expect certain networks to gain attention.
    [Blog] I Can't Believe It's Not Haggis! - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs I Can’t Believe It’s Not Haggis! subscribe to danny subscribe by rss or network search this blog Lijit Search This Blog is Powered By Reader favourites Audi and the Super Bowl Social Media Shit Storm An Invite to Pimp Your Blog Are You Abusing Your Social Media Voice? Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? hey its great!! link] [.]
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Get a Job!
    It’s on Shelly Kramer’s blog and the commentary she puts with it is just as priceless. 4. Mostly because I want you to read it before I blog about it next week. It’s Friday! On Wednesday Bill Prettyman emailed me about something we normally do on Thursdays and, when I told him it was only Wednesday, I think I took a few seconds of his life. It’s Friday now! We’re getting ready to launch beta 1.0 of Project Jack Bauer next week and soon you will know what the heck it is, what name we’ve chosen, and how you can get involved. Oh yes.
    [Blog] How Google Finds and Penalizes Advertorials
    One of these major issues that they’re dealing with right now (thus this blog post) is the subject of advertorials. For the purposes of website advertorials, and the fact that some websites or blogs could also be considered “newspapers” or “magazines”, then we should consider that the definition would change ever so slightly. No website owner wants to log into Google Webmaster Tools and see an unnatural link warning from Google. Yet it’s happening to more and more websites every day. First, a little background. Take a look at the example below.
    [Blog] TGIF – When We’re Not So Nice Edition!
    originally appeared on Jugnoo Social CRM Blog - the blog for social crm thought leadership under a Creative Commons license. Good afternoon, and a fine Friday to you, gentle readers. Last week, we were off so that Danny could instead take that time to introduce you to our new pricing and chat to Seesmic users … but we’re back. They could never keep us away from you. So this week is a little of last week, and a little of this week – a hodgepodge, if you will, of one Friday rolling into the next. So we’ll start off with some excellent, genuinely nice news.
    [Blog] Get More Comments: Use Energy to Spark Reader Response
    This guest post is by Jon Morrow of Boost Blog Traffic. Same thing with blogging. If you’re one of them, check out his upcoming blog about (surprise!)  blogging. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. According to the legendary copywriter John Carlton, the best way to understand your reader is to visualize them as a giant somnambulant sloth lying on the couch as they watch television. Your job as a writer is to get them to move. The reason why most bloggers don’t get many comments is they fail the “Sloth Test.” Much more. Energy.
    [Blog] Why Social Media Isn't Dying
    have all given life to what most of us who read this blog are passionate about and make a living off of. The original post set off a flurry of debate — through comments on our blog and even more comments on our Facebook page. 17, 2010 #FollowFriday: The Bike Whisperer A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable Blog: Share Your Link Love Spinonomics Attire Not Appropriate for Public Speaking Arment Dietrich Is No Longer a PR Firm? The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec. What Would Juvenal Tweet?
    [Blog] Day 2: People of color impacting the social web – Sian Morson – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. For the past two years for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right. Twitter: @xianamoy.
    [Blog] Social Media is Like a Garden
    Read More Social Media News on the Soshable Blog. Like any relationship social media is not one sided and once it is, people tend to disconnect. Many people will attempt to friend you, network with you or try to use you to help them in some way, and just like the other relationships within your life you need to choose which ones are worth it. If you plan on using your social networking for personal use and decide to just share and not care than you will tend to gain a sour reputation. You need to ensure that in amongst your sharing that you are commenting on other people’s efforts.
    [Blog] Ever Wondered About…. Ning
    That’s where our eyes will be focussed… Ever Wondered About is a new series on the Wisdom London blog, where Kate Spiers and Jill Ruthenberg aim to demystify and explore what’s shaping our social interactions. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Ever Wondered About… Issuu Ever wondered about… Android » Ever Wondered About… Ning Posted by Jill Ruthenberg What is it? Why should I care? With more than 45 million registered users, this one can’t be ignored.
    [Blog] Dear Seth Godin
    Every so often, the online discourse about why you don't have comments on your blog pops up (it actually happened while we were having lunch during The Art of Marketing!). Before blogging, I'd sit around twiddling my thumbs waiting for your next book. blog comment. Dear Seth, It was great to see you this week at The Art of Marketing event in Chicago. At the time, you were giving a speech at one of the early Internet conferences (it could have been Internet World or a Jupiter Advertising Forum event in New York City, I can't remember). Thank you, Seth. austin kleon. squidoo.
    [Blog] Tag Your Twitter Friends From Facebook With SocialToo Status
    You can learn how to enable SocialToo Status on your Facebook account via our earlier blog post. Yesterday Facebook launched their new tagging feature worldwide to their users. The feature is simple – to tag one of your Facebook friends, you just start typing their name, prefixed by “@&# , and their name appears in a drop-down that you can select. Their name will then be linked to their Facebook profile in their status update on Facebook, and an e-mail sent to that individual to notify them they were tagged. There’s more though.
    [Blog] Weddings, Birthday Parties & Keeping Comfy
    This time 5 years ago I was Seville. I do really like Timehop (if you’re a regular reader of my blog, check out my band photo). Another week gone. Whooosh. Gone. I don’t know where times goes at the moment, seems like I have a lot on and endless to do lists. shouldn’t complain though, I get bored easily and like being busy. This week was mostly full of work, weddings and birthday parties… mixed with bumping my beloved car (bad times!) to balance out the fun. Here are a few highlights…starting off with what I wore: Keeping comfy and showing my knees.
    [Blog] Are The Yellow Pages Outdated?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Is AOL Moving Forward, Or Back? » Are The Yellow Pages Outdated? The Yellow Pages now have an opt-out website. Really. And that’s a good thing, right? Not if you listen to Frank Reed. guess there’s good reason to be skeptical, but I have a different take on the subject than Frank does. agree with his five talking points, of course, but I’m not so sure about his cynical conclusion. when they know full well that most people won’t even know the option exists. Welcome to online America, home of the shallow. Then what? Period. Really.
    [Blog] How To Increase Your Twitter Followers | Small Business Mavericks
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » How To Increase Your Twitter Followers So you’ve set yourself up a Twitter account and you’re raring to go. Good for you! But how do you increase your followers? First, keep in mind that you are not a celebrity. If Ashton Kutcher or Oprah Winfrey is your name, then you might need 1 million followers to keep the world notified of your whereabouts and goings on. The object of Twitter is to help you connect with people you’d like to do business with so, with that in mind, let’s talk about how to grow your Twitter followers.
    [Blog] Can’t Miss Campaign: Your Year with Nike+
    Nike even hits at this in a blog post , where they note, “the first of a series of initiatives that will see Nike use data to help it’s members do more – whether they are attempting to run their first mile or complete their tenth marathon.”. According to Nike, “Data means nothing if you don’t do something with it.”. Inspired by the amount of running and training stats logged by Nike+ users, the company decided that data should be doing more for the people who matter the most: their community. Enter the, “Your Year With Nike” campaign. The strategy behind the videos is two-fold.
    [Blog] Get Optimized: How-To Tap into your Local Community with Google Places
    This means you need to use other sites (social networks, blogs) and any other source to link back to your website. Read more Articles like this one on our blog. Times have most certainly changed. Gone are the days of searching a phone book or yellow pages to find a local restaurant or business, technology has replaced the need for paper location searches with search engines that have upped their ante through adding local searches. Why is your Business not easily Found on Google? It is most likely that you have not added your business to Google Places. What is Google Places?
    [Blog] Thanks, a Million!
    My photo blog on Flickr surpassed one million total views. You can read my coverage of #smmw14 here on the Vocus blog , but I do want to excerpt one section: Ekaterina Walter , co-author of The Power of Visual Storytelling, offered a different statistic, which was that visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text by the brain. Over the weekend I achieved one of those crazy vanity metrics that I feel great about even though it has little measurable impact. It feels great and exciting, kind of a cool thing to happen. San Diego at night. But I digress. really appreciate it.
    [Blog] 5 Staggeringly Simple Ways to Create Custom Facebook Landing Tabs
    Tabsite allows you to create and manage the content on your custom tab as if it was a Web page or blog post, including adding multi-media. Tweet Unless you can get people to click your “like” button , your Facebook strategy will be as limp and lifeless as Matt LeBlanc’s post-Friends career. That’s because the vast majority of consumer interactions with your brand on Facebook do not occur on your fan page, but rather on the Walls of your fans. This means that almost nobody is coming back to your fan page after they visit it the first time. Think about your own behavior on Facebook.
    [Blog] How to Create a Sales Page for Your Own Products
    Have you ever tried selling a product or service on your blog? That’s why I’m here today on Kristi’s blog. started a blog back in 2008 because I hated every job I’ve ever had. If you enjoy talking about your dog on your blog make sure to include this part of you in the story too. This is a guest post by Karl Staib. Then you know how maddening a sales page can be. What do you say? How long should it be? How do I actually convince someone to buy my product? You’ve probably seen some really good sales pages and it almost looks easy.
    [Blog] 6 Timely Tips for Twitter Success
    tweet my blog posts 3 times daily, with a different headline each time. Tweet New research from Sysomos shows that 92.4% of all retweets happen within the first hour after the tweet has been sent. This demonstrates that Twitter users are not browsing the public stream (or even their own lists) to find and interact with tweets from earlier in the day. Consequently, WHEN you send your tweets has a tremendous impact on virality. Previous research by Dan Zarrella found that the best times to tweet in general are 10am – 3pm. Steps to Add Efficiency to Your Tweeting. Repeat Your Tweets.
    [Blog] Branded Social Entertainment in India: Online Talent Hunt Contests.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « The Opportunity at the Intersection of Social Entertainment, Social Gaming and Social Commerce Mail Today Story on Identity Theft on Facebook, Orkut and Twitter » Branded Social Entertainment in India: Online Talent Hunt Contests and Reality Shows Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! What do you think? Well!!
    [Blog] Anger, Denial, Acceptance in a Digital Agency
    The flow of my blog posts have gone from one extreme to another. write a blog post about it. Knowing this and coming to grips with the situation  has allowed me to finally find the way forward, and realize that yes, I still love social media so much that I blogged about it. I’m so thematic. But for good reason… Anger at clients for parting ways with me. Denial of the fact that clients are not paying me and now acceptance. Acceptance that though I indeed love what I do and know how to do it well, it may be time to do it for someone else. Share this Post.
    [Blog] How a 30 Minute Reject Post Brings Me Hundreds of Subscribers a Week
    This guest post is written by the Blog Tyrant. Three weeks ago I wrote a guest post for a large blog that got rejected on the grounds that it contained ideas that had already been discussed at the blog. Ever since I first thought about selling a blog I knew that I had to grow my email subscriber list. I’ve talked about it in my post on how to blog and I’ve talked about here on my Problogger guest posts. In order to grow my readership, though, I knew I had to write exciting and relevant guest posts about themes that are closely tied to my blog.
    [Blog] The 3-Pronged Facebook Advertising Strategy That Cut Lead Costs by 80%
    You can never go wrong with a cute baby picture in a blog post. This post originally appeared on Dominate Web Media and is reprinted here with permission. ———– Sometimes when you first begin a Facebook ad campaign you don’t get it completely right the first time around. Most people like to talk about all their success and try to forget about the failures… I’m not going to call them failures here, because they really aren’t failures – they are more like market research user-generated feedback. Let me show you what I mean. And with 1.3 that was pretty high. Perfect!
    [Blog] Emergent Collaboration Vendor Review: Atlassian’s Confluence
    The core of Confluence feels (and is) very much a wiki and they stayed true to that and with the 400+ add-ons you can really make Confluence do anything you need it to do.  A simple way to think about it is a bit like WordPress which at it’s core is a content management and blogging platform that can also be used to build entire websites on. On Friday’s I’ll be reviewing a vendor in the emergent collaboration space and will provide an overview on that vendor which includes aspects from leadership and vision to technology and market focus. Integration capabilities. Support. Pricing.
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