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  • JOSH S PETERS  |  MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011
    [Blog] My first week at The Search Agency pt 5
    Thanks for reading, and we’ll now resume normal blog posts. The title is a bit of  a misnomer in this case because I’m not actually at the The Search Agency today. It’s Friday and that means I’m hoboworking in the Monrovia / Arcadia / Sierra Madre area. Hopping from one wireless hub to the next  and fueled by good coffee, great music, and relaxing in the “small town&# environments of this area of CA. have to say, this definitely helps with the adjustment from being on my own to in an office. Employee Benefits. More time with friends and family. Social Medi
    [Blog] Put Your Phone Down and Reboot Your Life
    Comment after comment, people wrote on Josh’s blog. Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. French scientists Sylvain Charron and Etienne Koechlin discovered our brains are weaker than we think. They conducted a functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment and proved that we are unable to divide our attention with more than two tasks at any given moment. Blame your frontopolar cortex for being incapable of multitasking. Joshua Becker appreciates the finer things in life. Talk about guilt by association. Your conversations become more meaningless, less special.
    [Blog] How Nonprofits Can Get My Money
    But I’m not going to check the box and mail back the form to be billed for an annual donation. I’m going to put it directly in my recycling bin (after blogging about it first). Photo by cohdra. Dear Ari: Our records indicate it’s been nearly two years since your last generous gift to of $_. You should be proud in knowing that your past support, and your care and concern for , was translated into work that truly made a difference, and because of your leadership, had strong support when it was most needed. You can help by renewing your membership today. Director of.
    [Blog] Get More Clicks Using These 3 Emotional Hot Buttons
    Our blog posts and pages are effectively links with headlines. Here’s Why Most Blogs Fail Within 24 months. Things To A More Effective Blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Glen Andrews of Here’s what the top internet marketers know that most people don’t… It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to get traffic from social media sites, article directories, or through Google’s organic search. pleasure. curiosity. Most people will do more to avoid pain than they will to gain pleasure.
    [Blog] The Hybrids are Coming: Evolution of the Prototype Marketer
    Marketers have the ability to consistently produce more meaningful outcomes—inbound links, click-through rates, website traffic, landing page conversions, content downloads, blog subscribers and leads—that can be tracked in real time and directly correlated to sales. Paul Roetzer ( @paulroetzer ) is founder and CEO of  PR 20/20 , a Cleveland-based inbound marketing agency, and author of  The Marketing Agency Blueprint (Wiley). Digital marketing has revolutionized the industry, and the job market. The most valued talent in the emerging marketing agency ecosystem will be hybrids.
    [Blog] From MAGNET: Where Will You (And the Workforce You Need) Be in Five Years?
    This post originally appeared on MAGNET’s  Manufacturing Success blog and is reposted with permission. Manufacturers: Where Will You (And the Workforce You Need) Be in Five Years? By Mary Ann Pacelli, Senior Consultant, The Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET). Mary Ann Pacelli, Senior Consultant, MAGNET. For nearly 30 years, MAGNET has been working with small- and mid-sized manufacturers here in Northeast Ohio.  We help companies shore up quality, improve productivity, train their current workforce and develop new products. Will you develop current staff? Hire new staff?
    [Blog] Aggregation or Content Hijacking
    SocialMouths personal branding | social media | blog design Follow @socialmouths: Twitter Facebook RSS Home About Us What We Do Connect Aggregation or Content Hijacking Usually when other blogs post your content is a good thing, you increase your visibility, you get some extra traffic and depending on the blog, it could even be good for your search engine ranking. We’ll take one of SocialMouths posts from just a few days ago: 13 Quick Tips To Write A Successful Post , a piece that was republished by a few blogs in different ways. But wait! Awesome! Really?
    [Blog] Find Great Apps for Your Nokia Lumia Phone with AppSocial
    Be sure to stop by and grab a copy of my free 8,000+ word guide to guest blogging and become a fan on Facebook. One of the things I find is missing about mobile app stores is the ability to find suggestions from people you know and trust. Sure, an app may have 1,000 reviews, but you don’t know who these people are. For example, I’m more likely to trust a review about a social media app from someone who is a social media professional vs. an average user. This is where AppSocial by Nokia comes in. AppSocial is exclusively for Nokia Lumia users on the Windows 8 platform.
    [Blog] Spin Sucks Brings You: The Best Year Ever!
    So if you are ever free for a nice glass of wine let me know as I turn this blog into my personal dating website. Related Stories Things to Do While the Boss is On Vacation The 11 Most Read Blog Posts of 2014 (and a Bonus!) By Lindsay Bell-Wheeler It’s New Year’s Eve at Spin Sucks !! Ok, I know, it’s New Year’s Eve everywhere, but I wanted to get that keyword in there. Whether you’re heading out to a huge sparkly party tonight, or settling in for a quiet night with loved ones, ringing in a brand new year is exciting. Some have been in accidents.
    [Blog] Show 354 - Why Should Anyone Buy From You
    Justin has wrote a blog post on trust as the glue that binds a couple of weeks ago which is worth checking out as well. Justin has wrote a blog post on trust as the glue that binds a couple of weeks ago which is worth checking out as well. Show 354 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast  is ready  just for  you. To subscribe or listen for  free , you don't need to download anything and all explained at the end of the post. Justin Basini , an award winning brand marketer, entreprenuer and author of Why Should Anyone Buy from YOU? They discuss.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #76: Melanoma, Big Data and Homes
    Blog Featured big data homes lift melanoma mustaches Skin cancer is no joke. However, if caught early enough can be curable. This first infographic provides a deeper look into skin cancer and how to know when you might be in danger. Then, we take a look at lifting. You probably haven’t ever thought about how much a person, or specific animal can lift, but if you are curious then this next infographic is perfect for you. It looks at just how much some people, animals and things can lift. Next, we take a look at big data. Lasty, we look at what to look for in a home.
  • NOWSOURCING  |  FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #61: Data, Doctors and TV
    Blog Featured This week we start by taking a look at the perfect data storm. digital deluge is coming. How will we batten down the hatches and open up the pipes? More people are using visually heavy social content such as photos and videos. All of this data usage threatens to capsize our mobile broadband networks. This infographic takes a look at how we can weather the storm of digital content. Next up, we take a look at Doctors and debt. We all know med. school isn’t cheap. Then, we take a look at the liberalization of TV. Can you imagine if that were the case today? Infographic].
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #59: What The?
    Blog Featured Did you know there is actually a mental disorder where people believe they are dead? It’s called Cotard’s Syndrome, and it is a real thing. This first infographic takes a look at Cotard’s Syndrom and four other bizarre mental disorders. The next infographic takes a look at your brain on drugs. One in 10 Americans are addicted to alcohol or other drugs. But how does this happen? This infographic takes a look at how the brain reacts to drugs and addiction. Then, we take a look at how much things have changed since the 1950s. Five Strangest Mental Disorders.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #57: Travel, Tech, Driving and Industry Trends
    Blog Featured This week we start off by taking a look at technology in the classroom. Technology can be a great asset when it comes to education, but it can also hinder learning. This first infographic takes a look at how parents and teachers view technology in the classroom. Next up, we take a look at the future of industry. This infographic takes a look at how students, business leaders, and entrepreneurs will navigate the future of job creation, growth, and emerging industries. Then, we take a look at travel trends for this year so far. Lastly, we take a look at women and driving.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #55: Get Your Learn On
    Blog Featured This week we start off by taking a look at the financial reality behind gaming development. Have you ever wondered how much it cost to produce your favorite video game? This infographic takes a look at the finances and budget behind gaming development. Next up, we take a look at what qualities employers are looking for. Being aware of what employers are looking for can really help you stand out amongst the many applicants. This infographic highlights how employers are looking for intelligent, critical thinkers. Then, we get some health lessons. The Aventador Roadster.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics:
    Blog FeaturedThis week we start off by looking at superbugs. The misuse and overuse of antibiotics causes the creation of superbugs. This first infographic provides a deeper look into how we are making harmful bacteria stronger with antibiotics. Next up, we will look at small businesses. Some small businesses thrive, while others flop. This infographic takes a look at the most tried and failed small businesses. Then, we look at the home healthcare system. Home healthcare organizations provide services for individuals who are unable to care for themselves. Superbugs.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics #52: One Nation Under…
    Blog FeaturedThis week we start of by taking a look at the government’s involvement in our school system. This first infographic takes a look at how the government could be failing our schools. Next up, doomsday. Do you think you would be able to survive the end of the world? This next infographic takes a look at the skills and necessities you would need to survive the end of the world. Then, with St. Patty’s day right around the corner, we look at some interesting facts about the well-known Irish holiday. However, St. Next, we will take a look at gun control.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics: The Social Sugar Retail Monster
    Blog FeaturedBe afraid, be very afraid. Okay, not really. Everything will be okay. This weeks theme is…well there really isn’t one. So lets just jump right in. The first infographic we’re going to look at is about consumer purchases. Retailers are tracking customers purchases and using that data to create customer profiles to make their marketing strategy better, and this infographic shows you why and how. Next up, is the social media monster. We all know social media can be quite distracting. This infographic shows you just how disruptive social media can be.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics: Show Me The Money
    Blog FeaturedThis week our theme is money, but not necessarily about having money, more about losing it. First we will take a look at a side by side comparison of the Great Depression and the Great Recession. It has been said that the two are very similar, but I’ll let the statistics speak for themselves. Next we’ll look at if college is still worth it. This seems to be a question that many young adults have been asking lately. With the job market still suffering from the recession, many people are foregoing a college degree. Source: Best Public Health Schools.
    [Blog] Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself
    Every week, look millions of bloggers, I wrestle with fears and doubts about this blog.  Is it good enough.  Am I making a difference.  If you listen closely, you’ll see why many people fail to achieve success. “I’m not an expert&#. “They are different than me&#. “I’ll never have that talent&#. and so on… I’m a fan of modesty and humility.  Nothing inspires leadership and fierce devotion more than a humble leader.  His coach used this linebacker to teach his team a lesson.  Watch it again if you missed this gem/. How This Applies to You.
    [Blog] Blogger Accountability 101
    Everyone has their reasons for producing content, but if we take a look around the web, it’s easy to see the reason why most of us are blogging. Without some form of accountability and sincerity in your work, your blog will likely never make it.  Let yourself slip up too many times, and you’ll become another screech in the cacophony of blogging noise.  Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips. Tags: Miscellaneous Blog Tips This guest post is by JC of JCDFitness. The process is encouraging and humbling at the same time – people are actually reading what you have to say. 
    [Blog] Should You Stress The Benefit From Participating?
    In his terrific new blog, Jurgen Derlath reports on the work of Kraut et al. concerning the sailence of the benefit (how aware you are of the benefit from participating in the community). If you stress the benefit to the individual, or to the group, from participating in the community, does the level of activity increase? The answer, surprisingly, is no.    In fact, by reminding members of the benefits to themselves or others, the level of activity decreased against the control group.  Once again participants were sent a personalized email. Participants
    [Blog] Back When Social Media Was Human…
    Home About Services Blog Contact Outspoken Media Back When Social Media Was Human… by Lisa Barone on 10/26/2010 · 19 comments | Social Media Over at the Harvard Business Review, Alexandra Samuel has a standout post on the devolving meaning of social media that I’d encourage everyone involved in marketing to go read. Reply 19 Andrew @ Blogging Guide 10/27/2010 at 9:00 AM This is a very thought provoking post. Her post touches on the vast disconnect that exists within the term “social”. Now when we talk about “social”, we’re talking about the Web. And it will.
    [Blog] Social Marketing: The Spokes to the American Cancer Society Hub, Interview with Karen Rose
    The ACS team actively publishes content which includes supporting multiple blogs such as Dr. Len’s Cancer Blog , authored by Dr. Lichtenfeld, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the National Office of the ACS, Expert Voices, authored by experts who discuss timely cancer topics, and the Choose You blog, encouraging women  to put their own health first. Share your successes with us and our community of savvy social marketers by commenting on this blog, on Twitter , Facebook at Social Media Marketing Best Practices  and in our LinkedIn Social Media Marketing Mavens Group.
    [Blog] Billion dollar bail-out – We deserve it! - Koka Sexton dot Com
    Maestro Satori’s last blog post. Now I understand how the US got into this mess in the first place… Savage’s last blog post. Amelia’s last blog post. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 3237 Blog Book Reviews Entrepreneur Featured Geek Break Headline Lead Story Letters from Iraq Military Social Media Technology Notice : get_links is deprecated since version 2.1! bailout of AIG. Instead, I’m in favor of giving $85,000,000,000 to America in a We Deserve It Dividend. Citizens 18+. NOT 425,000.
    [Blog] Pregnancies Becoming More Social
    Other ways social media can be used when pregnant include : Read blogs – When pregnant, women can oftentimes feel isolated, especially if they don’t know anyone in their social circle who is also expecting. Luckily, a lot of women nowadays blog about their journeys through pregnancy and motherhood. If you’re pregnant, a great way to meet other women is by reading blogs and even starting your own. Find pregnancy products – Blogs and other social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are great ways to find pregnancy-related products.
    [Blog] The New Journalism
    It's based on who passes the story around (and well beyond YouTube and into other channels like Twitter , Facebook , Blogs, etc.). Everyone likes a feel good story. It's part of the reason why the latest online viral video sensation is the story of Ted Williams - a homeless Columbus, Ohio man who was a former radio broadcaster. This is an amazing story (and you can watch the video that started it all below), but it's also another shot against the bow of traditional journalism as we've known it to date. "Just post it on the Web or something." It took us. not them. nose for news.
    [Blog] Being Social Makes You More Accountable
    Answer their questions, look to solve their shopping issues, and provide them with educational material (blog posts, links to videos and podcasts etc.) In a day and age when many small business owners are trying to keep their heads above water in a challenging economy, turning to social media can prove very beneficial. You might ask, just how can being on social media help my business? In fact, that is a good question to put out there, especially when you and your competitors are going after every single dollar available. Social media does come with a price, mostly time and effort.
    [Blog] Using Digital PR to Top up Your Sales Funnel
    Online visibility so that people looking for solutions find your website, blog and other content (SEO). Blog posts. The two goals every company has are increase sales and reduce costs. Increasing sales depends on a consistent flow of people interested in your product or service.  In the past the sales funnel was fairly straightforward – get qualified leads, and convert them to customers. The Internet changed that.  Monitoring online conversations and content to gauge brand awareness. Filling in the gaps with relevant content. Developing a brand story. Media coverage.
    [Blog] How Do You Make Up For Missed Opportunity?
    At one point in 2011 or so, I had nearly 20,000 subscribers to my blog and emails. I was speaking two, three, six times a month, keynoting huge events with nice five-figure fees, riding the wave of a relatively successful book in the industry and feeling pretty okay about my prospects. wanted to write another book as soon as 2012, but all of the stuff detailed in that post derailed that. So here I am, finally, several years later thumping along on my keyboard with vigor and bloodshot eyes once again (ah, writing). Better late than never, right? being overly influenced by others. Apathy?
    [Blog] 6 Reasons You Need A Social Media Expert
    And blogging and tweeting and facebooking seems to be a pretty popular subject these days. But instead of going into the influencer list in more detail, lets adapt another list – why you need a social media expert – from @mediahunter Get Sticky blog on Why You Need An SEO Expert. At the beginning of this month, I wrote about Influencers , and what they looked like online and off. Every social network has influencers. The reason why influencers are so important is because they stop you from having to “get&# to every single community member yourself. Education.
    [Blog] Newspapers, Magazines, and the Apple iPad
    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? OK, sure, they have outlets etc.
    [Blog] Digital Printing Done Right:
    immediately raced home and started my plans to re-think my blog design, but more importantly, creating a compelling business card that I could always have at my disposal.  Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Misc. Digital Printing Done Right: | Subcribe via RSS Digital Printing Done Right: January 19th, 2010 Posted in Misc. The bottom line is that GETS IT. 
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2012
    [Blog] Fetching Fridays – Resources Mashup & Happy Little Clouds
    This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, freelancing, SEO, and social media on Blogging / Content. 20 Cringe-Worthy Business Blogging Mistakes – From my experience, this list details all of the blog booby traps that businesses face. If you run a business blog, read this list to avoid things like. Be sure to check out Jason Hines’ photography blog and Arizona wedding photography website for more photos. The Resources Mashup. But don’t be fooled.
    [Blog] Is The iPad The New TV?
    I'm not the only one. I had a note in my Moleskine notebook to write a blog post about this. I've been noticing a new media habit emerge. There used to be a time in the evening, when I would close the lid of my MacBook Air , plug in my iPhone for the night and turn to the warm glow of the television to forget about the day I just had and not spend too much time thinking about the day that was ahead of me. It could be an episode of Charlie Rose , but it could also be something a little more mindless like American Pickers. Nothing to friend, follow, respond to, create, post, publish, etc.
    [Blog] Win a Signed Copy of Sir Terry Leahy's Book
    So for a chance to win the signed copy.anyone who blogs about the show, retweets the this post, likes the post on Google +, stumble upon, facebook or leaves a review on iTunes will all go into a prize draw. On last weeks Engaging Brand podcast I interviewed one of the giants of retailing Sir Terry Leahy. He has kindly offered to give one lucky Engaging Brand fan a chance to win a signed copy of the book. So ahead of how you can win it, I thought I would share some quotes I made from the book . Profit follows it does not lead. balanced organisation needs both feet on the ground.
    [Blog] There’s More Than One Way to Do Things
    Use a Blog for your Business (there’s only one rule ). There’s more than just one way to do things: Say Tomato. Use Images for your social media plan. Engage on Twitter. Have a presence in the mobile space. Build-up an opt-in email list. Tap into the power and community of Facebook. Purpose your Landing Pages. Understand Google Plus. Find your way. Experiment. SCAMPER. Keep your fingers tucked-in. Thoughtography #1pin2win. There’s More Than One Way to Do Things is a post from: ConverStations. You just finished reading There''s More Than One Way to Do Things !
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: The Muppets, Grad School, and Groupon
    found this on Jeff Esposito’s blog this morning and it’s interesting and funny. The 9/11 10 year anniversary is this weekend and, I don’t know about you, but it’s really hard to watch the images of the World Trade Center crumbling over and over and over again. It’s understandable to want to make a big deal about this milestone, but watching the footage puts me right back in the Nebraska cornfields where I was that morning, getting ready for a media tour, as if it were yesterday. They have to know we’re on high alert. Groupon Cancels IPO. Yahoo!
    [Blog] What the tech world is saying about Apple’s new IOS 8
    Here are 7 curated blog posts from some of the biggest names in technology and social media to give you all you need to know about the launch of Apple’s IOS 8. 1. Apple’s Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that Apple made some big news yesterday with the unveiling of their new operating system IOS 8. With an announcement this big, we can easily get lost in the thousands of articles popping up about the topic. Here is a curated list of 7 articles from the biggest names in tech news. Everything you need to know is all in this post. ’ 4.
    [Blog] Should We Continue To Trust Google? | Small Business Mavericks
    From the EzineArticles blog , here is a short list of some of the changes being considered (these are all in Chris Knight’s, CEO of EzineArticles, own words; my editorial comments are in parentheses): Our proprietary anti-derivative software has been modified to reject another 10+% of article submissions that are not unique enough. About Us What’s a Maverick? Google’s algorithm was intended to address content farms and lower their rankings. think the result, from a marketer’s perspective, is that Google’s attempt to kill content farms has failed. Really?
    [Blog] If anonymity is no longer needed, let's ditch the witness.
    When I blogged about the upside and relevance of anonymous comments as they relate to news stories, some people balked. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I’m completely nuts in the comments section of each blog entry. StatCounter Blog Stats 66,103 hits Recent Readers View Entire Community Provided by MyBlogLog Pages About Angela Book Reviews Who is @Communitygirl? Blog at People seem to hate it. But I still maintain that there is a place for it.
    [Blog] Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker
    Reader Comments (4). I am a student on the TRIo project and I need to get some sortof relevance from your @blog about the construction industry Please help me. Doug Johnson. Writing, Speaking and Consulting on School Technology and Library Issues. Search. My book Machines are the easy part; people are the hard part is now available as a free download at Lulu. Home What’s new? Special note from Linworth Publishing : If you say you “saw it on my website, you will receive a $5 discount on any of my books. Subscribe. dougwri RSS. dougwri Comments RSS. Many U.S. Using U. S. Shilo.
    [Blog] Wanderlust Wednesday: Paris, Marseille, Croatia, Copenhagen…and the UK
    It doesn’t have to all be about abroad though… Fizzy Peaches (I’m newly following her blog and I love it) has written a lovely post with ideas for a staycation in the UK. It’s been a while since I’ve done a Wanderlust Wednesday…! took a bit of a breather while we concentrated on the house move…but I’m feeling a bit more focussed on travel again now we’ve booked our next trip! Iceland here we come! Can’t wait, we had a great (very cheap) trip there early last year and we’re looking forward to going back to explore some more.
  • DIGITAL DIVA  |  TUESDAY, MAY 27, 2014
    [Blog] My Future Throwback Dress from New Look
    Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m a big fan of New Look. I’ve got plenty of great items from them (and they are my favourite high street shop for shoes!) so I figured it would be easy. I was right. Everyone has that dress…you know, the one they can always rely on to make them look and feel good. A ‘throwback dress’ Mine is my black and white butterfly print dress by Louche. love the cut of it and it’s great to wear on a variety of occasions… from a summer day to dressing it up a little more in the evening. really love it.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Blog] LeBron James: A PR Nightmare | Spin Sucks
    Mr. D is a huge Bill Simmons fan and is always relating his blog posts to me. would have had a ton more respect for him, and looked at it like a smart business decision (as Esther Steinfeld points out in her blog post – LeBron James is a Genius ), if he’d come out and said, “I made a pact with these guys two years ago. No (another blog post for another time). Gini Dietrich Reply: July 14th, 2010 at 9:51 am Well, not true or I would have sent him this blog post. The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Probably.
    [Blog] Social Media Can "Help" Build & Promote Your Personal Brand - Part 3
    Facebook Blog   Linkedin   Twitter   Portfolio. Facebook   Blog   Linkedin   Twitter  . Blog   Linkedin   Twitter. You only post links (twitter) – likely just an auto feed from your blog. My greatest strength is common sense. I'm really a standard brand - like Campbell's tomato soup or Baker's chocolate. Katharine Hepburn You many not be an actor or a celebrity, however, how your peers, colleagues and employers perceive you is as critical to your career path as the carefully craft "brand" of Kate Hepburn or Lady Gaga. . Within your world are you not? .
    [Blog] Creating More or Better Customerships
    If you’re not doing these types of things now, a good practice might be to list an inventory of the ways or things you can market on your blog or with a custom tab or button. “The most pertinent reason to engage in social media marketing for your business is to get more business.” ” ~ Jay Ehret from Why Social Media Marketing. Business owners can be a funny group of people. Especially when they forget that they own a business. They’re looking for the ROI , right? Fair enough. And then it bites them. The “social” bug. Or the lead. Nothing.
    [Blog] Your Social Inventory: Display Merchandising
    Your blog , your Facebook updates, your tweets, even your pins. Every thing you post – every single item – gets its own specific internet address. It’s own URL. While you (and those who follow you) may see it as part of a stream of information, it is an individual item placed into a stream. All your posts and updates become part of your Social Inventory. Just like any other part of your business, it’s important to consider the relevancy and the display of your inventory. Mike Sansone (@mikesansone) April 14, 2012. Consider leaving a comment!
    [Blog] Creating and Selling Ebooks Webinar
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This webinar (available in full for members) features ProBlogger Marketing Ninja Shayne Tilley outlining the strategy for getting the best return on your efforts creating and selling eBooks. It covers: Sell Sheets: Do you need one? What is it? How to make a good one. What content to have in your book – what shouldn’t you miss? An effective book outline. Thinking about your audience. Your review process. The editing process. Adding visual elements. What your final draft should look like. How to do it thriftily. General
    [Blog] Brands are just like life
    on my other blog Widows Quest. on my other blog Widows Quest. Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Brand New Findings | Main | Show 271 - How to engage people on the web » Brands are just like life I have just written about What is Life? Those memories are created through processes.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2012
    [Blog] In The Age Of (Digital) Anxiety
    The Internet and the rise of social media have, of course, given us amazing tools to connect, and to effect change in ways large and small," she recently said on her blog. "At the same time, there's a snake lurking in this cyber Garden of Eden. Are you stressing out? In a world of global economic instability, a deplorable job market, the digitization of everything, Occupy Wall Street movements, student protests and the general atrocities of a sadistic few, the headlines - whether you read them on paper, watch them on TV or get them from Twitter - are a constant stream of doom and gloom.
    [Blog] Social Media Revolution
    Social Links Freelance Social Media Social Media Tips and Marketing Blog Home About Contact Subscribe Social Media Revolution by cinta5 on August 23, 2009 Welcome to the world of Socialnomics About the author Jacinta wrote 70 articles on this blog. Owner of LangfordMedia Blog Twitter Technorati Tags: Social Media Tagged as: Social Media blog comments powered by Disqus Previous post: Facebook Lite or Facebook Throwback? Media. Marketing. Featuring the Thesis Wufoo Skin WordPress Admin
    [Blog] Interview: LangfordMedia Has an App for Lawrence | Locker Partner
    Social Links Freelance Social Media Social Media Tips and Marketing Blog Home About Contact Subscribe Interview: LangfordMedia Has an App for Lawrence | Locker Partner by cinta5 on April 21, 2010 Here’s an interview I did with Locker Partner’s Jason Harper discussing the Lawrence KS iPhone app and the value of controlling mobile app content. About the author Jacinta wrote 70 articles on this blog. link] Jason is an excellent writer and former Pitch columnist. Media. Marketing. Featuring the Thesis Wufoo Skin WordPress Admin
    [Blog] Lewis Howes discusses obtaining #1 ranking on LinkedIn
    Social Links Freelance Social Media Social Media Tips and Marketing Blog Home About Contact Subscribe Lewis Howes discusses obtaining #1 ranking on LinkedIn by cinta5 on June 10, 2010 New on the Social Media Pocket Guide iphone app , LinkedIn expert Lewis Howes discusses 5 ways to get the #1 ranking on LinkedIn search. About the author Jacinta wrote 70 articles on this blog. Media. Marketing. Featuring the Thesis Wufoo Skin WordPress Admin
    [Blog] Moving Forward
    While I have been known primarily online for my WebMetricsGuru blogging, for the past 14 months I was also working with the New York offices of WCG (a San Francisco based marketing communications company). It has been a pleasure to work with WCG, and to be able to do so while writing Social Media Analytics [.]. Web Analytics WebMetricsGuru Inc
    [Blog] 31 Clever Ideas From 9 Communities
      There aren't many new books, blogs, podcasts, or twitter accounts on the topic.  Syndicate the Twitter/blog feeds from your members into a single place within your community. Mumsnet has 5k parents blogging for them through this.  From the outside, you might think the community space is short of ideas.    We know this isn't true. There are lots of great new ideas. Most come from communities too busy doing the work to talk about it. Here  Here are 31 clever ideas from 9 of my favourite communities. 
    [Blog] Green Smoothies, Sofas & Scarborough
    It’ll be on the blog soon. Ah, what a lovely week. Hope yours was too? I was on a bit of a health kick…trying to ward off the bad colds that seems to be circulating around all my friends at the moment! I do love a green smoothie, but I think I may have gone too far with Thursdays… it was like moss!! Our friend Liz cooked for us and a few other friends this week…she is a really great cook and it was a great night. At the weekend we had the boring chore of searching for the perfect corner sofa. We needed to sit on it. Life green smoothies Scarborough
    [Blog] Warning: Your tweets can and will be held against you
    This means blog comments, tweets, status updates, videos and more. By now I’m sure you have read and at least heard about some of the tragic news from today. Also in the news at least on Twitter are tweets about music artist coming out about their sexuality and there’s always a debate about religion, race and politics. No matter what your opinion is or how strong you feel about what’s happening in today’s society I always caution clients, friends and family be careful what you say online, especially Twitter as it can and will be held against you.
    [Blog] Top 10 Content Marketing Ideas for 2013
    Double the number of email subscribers to your blog. Now that the holidays are behind us and we’re all getting back to reality, I thought I’d share some thoughts on what we’re going to do to create better content this year. I was inspired by a post my friend Joe Pulizzi wrote, 42 Content Marketing Ideas for 2013. Thanks Joe for the inspiration! Top 10 things I’m going to try to do this year to have better content: Less content will mean more impact - make content more meaningful. Find at least 3 other thought leaders in your company - build them into your plan.
    [Blog] Making The Most Of A Twitter Chat
    What you can do : be willing to share (or re-share) information that might help explain the topic at hand to them, and point them to additional resources if they are interested in learning more. I do this by keeping links to the introductory #measurePR post , as well as to the MeasurePR category on my blog handy. When you go back and look at the transcripts, you’ll find people share a wealth of resources… blog posts, websites, and most of all, their own thoughts, often artfully captured in a perfect sound bite. Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox.
    [Blog] Value + Offer: The 3 Levels of Blended Content
    He writes a daily blog about how tiny businesses can make mighty profits using a personal computer, a little imagination and a few well placed dollars. Example: In a blog post by an accounting firm entitled “5 Steps To Reducing IRS Audit Risk&# the offer in the article might read: “In the ‘Legal Loopholes In The Federal Tax System’ free report that we provide to our email community we cover these steps in more depth. Guest post from Russ Henneberry , who writes, speaks and executes on content marketing plans for small businesses. Consider American Idol.
    [Blog] How to Use Tumblr and Automated Tweets to Drive Awareness
    Jake Sorofman shares some highlights from the Gartner 2015 Marketing Spending Survey on the Gartner blog. Tweetable Moments It’s all about keeping it relevant and providing content that is really useful and helpful to people. barimogil Tweet This. Much More Than Sales. Bari Mogil is half of the digital team at the headquarters of Corcoran Group , a high-end real estate company with over 2,200 agents. Providing helpful information that will be valuable to their audience is key to Corcoran’s strategy. The use of IFTTT (If this, then that) is just one incredible example. Holy Social!
    [Blog] Facebook Theme Week: Case Studies of Popular Pages (and What They’re Doing to Get Great Engagement)
    There has been much discussion in blogging circles of late about Facebook and the effects their algorithms have on reaching all your “likers” with each of your posts. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. While Darren mentioned yesterday in his brief overview of organic vs paid reach that both have positives and negatives, the fact remains that many bloggers are still doing their best to increase their engagement organically. Today we are going to look at five popular Facebook pages and see what has been most successful for them when interacting with their audience.
    [Blog] Why absence management matters – and how HR software can help
    Blog Guest post attendance employee absences productivity reputation training coursesThe Cost of Employee Absences. 2011 survey of absence by the CBI calculated that non-attendance at work costs the UK economy £17bn annually. While that figure is impressive, one more relevant to your company is £692: the average cost per employee of sickness absences to a company, based on a 2008 CIPD annual survey report. As well as direct costs such as hiring temporary replacement staff or loss of productivity, absences can cause other problems. Reacting to Unexpected Absence. Cezanne.
    [Blog] Why Members Aren't Interacting (and what you can do about it)
    Add a regular blog to the community, add competitions, add an ask feature, add an upload photos section, add a referral feture.  If members aren't interact with each other, it's tempting to add more features.   Before long, you have a community that looks a littlie like The Glenlivet. If members aren't interacting, the solution isn't to add fringe features. At best, they provide a blip of activity (if heavily promoted), at worst they are a distraction from current activity.  They look for interesting discussions to participate in. 
    [Blog] Using Customer Cases in Marketing and Sales 2.0
    have bundled some of the things you can do with customer cases below as I posted them on my blog last week. As a company, you can use them in different ways: as “sales collateral”, as testimonials on your website/blog, by sending them to prospects when they ask for it etc. People seek information via all possible channels and tools: via search engines, by reading blog posts, in videos, white papers, slideshare presentations, you name it. Most companies put their customer cases on their website or blog, so that their visitors can find them online. At least a bit.
    [Blog] Vox Media to acquire technology news site Re/code
    Re/code founders Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg announced the news in an official blog post on their news site, which they launched in January 2014 after splitting from the  Wall Street Journal  at a time when many star journalists struck out to create their own start-up media sites. Vox Media itself launched a blogging news site called with online commentator Ezra Klein, who founded Wonkblog at the  Washington Post. Vox, which is led by former AOL executive Jim Bankoff, has been raising venture capital recently to fund an aggressive acquisition spree. Acquisitions
  • DANNY BROWN  |  SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2010
    [Blog] 15 Reasons Your Business Sucks - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs 15 Reasons Your Business Sucks May 15, 2010 25 voices share yours! Scott Dailey´s most recent blog post.scottpdailey: @mvolpe, RE: @hubspot blog: consider making it easier to credit (ala RT) your contributors as well as the blog post? =-. Frank Dickinson´s most recent blog post.Just For Today. =-. Andrew Weaver´s most recent blog post.31 Andrew Weaver´s most recent blog post.31 Aaron´s most recent blog post.10
    [Blog] Are we becoming more machine like than human on the web?
    If all we do is use social media to pass along and share blog posts - then machines can do that.they know who we connect with, they know who we read.we are just becoming machine like? Sometimes I wonder who is the machine - us or the computer? It is an internet tool that suggest our connections - not us. It is an internet tool that judges our worth - not us through ranking. It is an internet tool that goes away and decides which sites suit our web search. Valeria Maltoni wrote an intersting post on evolution of socia l. It It made me think that the internet.
    [Blog] Six degrees of separation in instant messaging | Emerging Technology Trends |
    in Blogs. News & Blogs. Pick a blog category. Think customers: The 1to1 Blog. ZDNet Blogs. Blogs. Latest News & Blogs. ZDNet News & Blogs. Product Reviews. A/V Receivers , Digital Cameras and Camcorders , Desktops , Laptops , LCD and Plasma TVs , Monitors , MP3 Players / Portable Video , Handhelds / PDAs , Smartphones , Software , Storage , Product Blogs. On Blonde and beautiful HEIDI MONTAG. BNET Business Network: BNET. TechRepublic. ZDNet. ZDNet. all ZDNet. in News. in Downloads. in Reviews. in Whitepapers. Videos.
  • TWITIP  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010
    [Blog] Create a Custom List of Tweets with TwitBlend
    Below is an example of TwitBlend widget on my Wordpress blog. Twitip Getting more out of twitter Follow 102,289 followers Subscribe 20,083 subscribers starters guide getting followers tools tips business people news add a tip Lara Kulpa @larakulpa Create a Custom List of Tweets with TwitBlend 7 Today’s post comes from Pongrob Saisuwan of TwitBlend. He’s showing us how to use the service. You can follow Pongrob at @twitblend. There’s so many auto-generated list of tweets out there but the results are mostly spam. So why not make it ourselves? How can I make one?
    [Blog] Why Article Marketing Will Never Die
    They are writing guest blog posts for related blogs and carefully targeting Web content for other websites within their niches. About Us What’s a Maverick? The True Meaning Of Content » Why Article Marketing Will Never Die A couple of days ago I wrote about Google’s recent algorithm change and how it is beating down the article directories. However, I didn’t definitively answer the question about whether article marketing will die. Consider it safe to say that I don’t think it will ever die. Article marketing has been around for a long time. Not yet.
  • TWITIP  |  SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2010
    [Blog] How to Drive Traffic from Twitter using @Anywhere
    Twitip Getting more out of twitter Follow 102,289 followers Subscribe 20,083 subscribers starters guide getting followers tools tips business people news add a tip Chris Webb @freewebapps Chris Webb runs Really Useful Web Apps, a free software program for Bloggers that helps you to get traffic, use social media and more How to Drive Traffic from Twitter using @Anywhere 21 How to Drive Traffic from Twitter using @Anywhere How to Drive Traffic from Twitter using @Anywhere @Anywhere is a new set of widgets (or plugins) from Twitter that allows you to add Twitter Features to your Blog or Website.
    [Blog] Use Social Sharing’s True Motive For Better Traffic
    ” Your blog is serious business. Find it and put it to work building your blog’s traffic in the following three steps. want to take part in their Twitter banter, find likeminded people, siphon useful information from their posts, get them to visit my blog, and build relationships I deem important. Watch the comments they leave on posts and blogs, and note what they share most often. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Shakira Dawud of Deliberate Ink. You’re getting regular traffic, but it’s flatlining.
    [Blog] 10 Reasons Why Social Media Marketing Sucks…
    want more people to read my blog. want Danny Sullivan , Rand Fishkin , Barry Schwartz , Robert Scoble to subscribe to my blog – obviously I need to target people in my niche – specific linkerati and influencers. Try monitoring things like open rate in your feed stats, compared to number of comments and the number of links your receive on your blog. Link to someone in your niche who has never read your blog. Link to like minded dofollow blogs because you get a link from their trackbacks. Undefined Goals vs Specific Goals. Reporter vs News Epicentre.
    [Blog] BUILDBox – The Top Startup, Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship Articles This Past Week
    How Blogging Affects Your Bottom Line. Elad Blog: The 3 Types of “Platform” Companies via @eladgil. Entrepreneurship News articles blog post buildbox building news building resources developer resources hacking hacks inspiration products resources startup Startups tools BUILDBox curates the best building resources for technology entrepreneurs, daily. BUILDBox. How ‘venture builders’ are changing the startup model via @VentureBeat |. Discuss the Ideal Exit with Investors by @davidcummings on Startups. Always Be Creating by @99U. by @wndxlori.
    [Blog] The Top 20 Startup and Building Resources for Entrepreneurs This Week via
    How VCs Look at Customer Success | OpenView Blog. List of 50+ Face Detection / Recognition APIs, libraries, and software – Mashape Blog. buildbox Entrepreneurship Technology articles blog post building news building resources developer resources hacking hacks inspiration News products resources startup Startups tools BUILDBox curates the best building resources for technology entrepreneurs, daily. Femgineer – Staying Relevant in a Dynamic Field. Developers are Users, Too — Medium. Nibbler – Test any website. 20 Strategies Startups Can Use To Improve Teamwork.
    [Blog] Internal Social Media: Building A Case | Brass Tack Thinking
    Social technologies – wikis, forums, idea sharing tools like UserVoice, or simple suggestion boxes in the form of blogs or message boards with comments – can provide ample opportunities to share, generate, and build on ideas in a collaborative, open format that has visibility across the organization. Jeremy Fischer´s last blog. Jeremy Fischer´s last blog. blogged about my experience joining a new company and how their internal “Social Media&# applications helped me in the on-boarding-process. Mike P´s last blog. Again, thanks!
    [Blog] Curated computing is no substitute for the personal and handmade
    Find out more in our blog post. askjack 26 Sep 2007 Apples iPod Touch versus Nokias N800 Internet Tablet Video (3min 31sec) , The Mac at 25: Steve Wozniak 23 Jan 2009: Apples co-founder on the enduring appeal of the Apple Macintosh More video Hot topics Twitter hack Technology blog Games blog Twitter Game reviews License/buy our content | Privacy policy | Terms & conditions | Advertising guide | Accessibility | A-Z index | Inside blog | About | Join our dating site today © Guardian News and Media Limited 2010.
    [Blog] 5 Careers That Can Benefit From Twitter
    What started as a curious 140-character micro-blogging platform for letting your friends know what you are up to (well, it still remains pretty much that, but with newer features and tremendous possibilities hitherto unrealized), has now evolved into a powerful and all-pervasive marketing tool. Twitter: The next career builder for you? With 190 million visitors per month and 65 million Tweets a day (Source: Twitter COO Dick Costolo via TechCrunch ) , Twitter has become both inevitable and indispensible for making your voice heard all over the Internet. And who do they rely on?
    [Blog] The Customer Experience Revisited
    The CEO-I had about as bad an experience as could be had at a local restaurant. I was so mad that I blogged about it. About a month or so after the blog post I received an email from the CEO of the entire company expressing regret and essentially saying that I was right, they were wrong and what can he do to make the situation right. Recently I had 3 conversations with a cab driver, a plumber and a CEO. Each conversation revolved around the customer experience. want to share with you the gist of each conversation. It’s those that “get it&# who will make more. His goal?
    [Blog] LinkedIn Changes
    The About section is now shorter, but you can post more links to send people to your blog or other social media as well as your company website. requested to be switched to the new design early, here’s a brief snapshot of what my profile looks like now: To preview more of the new individual profiles and request to switch early too, check out LinkedIn’s blog. Social media is transforming to be more visual and ultimately more mobile-friendly. Facebook started the wave of change by introducing timeline for brand pages and eventually individual profiles. Career section.
    [Blog] How we used social media to promote the MyDish competition
    Case Studies blogging for business Business networking Facebook for business Social Media and Internet Marketing social media for business social media marketing campaigns Social Networking Twitter for businessI love food and I love talking about it. Good, bad, hot, cold, sweet, spicy, I’ll try anything once (with the exception of jellied eels). People’s eating habits are fascinating. It’s a bit like that reliable British conversation staple: the weather. We have so much of it here! Talk about food all day? You bet! Who are My Dish? The request. The idea. The plan.
    [Blog] A PSA From The TSA On Instagram: #TSACatch Shows Photos Of What Not To Pack
    The TSA also features a more detailed account of these items on its blog. Think you can sneak that bejeweled lipstick taser past the TSA? Think again. The TSA is nearing its one year anniversary of using Instagram to educate travelers on what not to pack by featuring photos of real items confiscated from airports across the country.   The account was created in June of 2013 and features a range of confiscated items, from guns, to grenades, drugs and martial arts weapons. The goal of the account is to engage with travelers and use photos to reinforce items on the prohibited list.
    [Blog] Is it an ad or an article? Going native!
    According to Contently’s blog, “Miracle-Gro saw a 30 per cent boost from its native ad, and Raymond James got an 11 per cent bump. People have a lot of trouble discerning between online native advertising and editorial content, according to a recent survey by Contently, the content marketing software company. On nearly every publication tested, respondents identified native advertising as an article. . The online survey included 509 adult men and women over 18 and was implemented by Research Now, a global consumer panel provider. Publishers will be interested in the data too.
    [Blog] Coverage for TheWayoftheWeb
    Blog TheWayoftheWeb dan thornton peterborough telegraph quoted search engine watch thewayoftheweb I’ve often published constructive criticism on the media industry, but I also have a lot of respect for the people working in it, and Im always proud when journalists I respect choose to quote anything I’ve written. So it’s an honour that the Peterborough Telegraph asked to re-publish my last post ‘ Why your business must own its content ‘ on the Peterborough Today website. The post Coverage for TheWayoftheWeb appeared first on TheWayoftheWeb.
    [Blog] Why I've Been Quiet
    I've known the crew at Converseon for years, going back to the Blogger Wonk at WOMMA 2006 (back when having a blog was all you needed to make a connection with another blogger). If I were a more consistent blogger, you might have noticed I've been quiet lately. I've been busy with something new, you see. Quite busy, actually. Last week, I joined Converseon as VP of Marketing & Strategy. Frankly, it drove me a little crazy, because I was working on the management-layer stuff, too, but it was good work. So much time and so little to do. Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it.
    [Blog] Google Feedburner Delivers Real-time Traffic Stats
    Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips. Tags: Blog News This week, Google unveiled an upgraded Feedburner stats package that provides real-time data on clicks, views, and podcast downloads. For the social media fanatics, the Feedburner team add that, “if you use the FeedBurner Socialize service, and your platform uses PubSubHubbub or you ping us when you post, you can for the first time get stats on how much traffic your feed items are receiving from Twitter, as well as feed reading platforms like Google Reader in one place.&#. What are your thoughts? Share This.
    [Blog] Investing in Your Community
    My Real Community. I’m fortunate to have you as a reader of this blog. I am blessed. When I’m fortunate enough to earn my way in there (and maybe you get this blog in your inbox, but you can’t easily reply to it there, can you?), On the blog? I’ll write useful posts that might get you thinking. Where do you belong? Where are your communities? For instance, I’m just getting into Soundcloud as a music and audio community. I’ve participated in and thought deeply in the impact of communities on business for well over a decade at this point.
    [Blog] Web Segmentation – Web Journal April 1st – 10th, 2011
    Using Gary Angel’s definition of a two level segmentation, we’d have to first determine a metric to look at (such as a change in amplitude in blogs, message boards, twitter, facebook, etc) and then answer  &# Who&# is that change made up of  - that’s the first segmentation. Was thinking about Gary Angels recent post titled Semphonic’s Two-Tiered Segmentation: Segmentation for Digital Analytics Done Right and realized the new Radian6 Insights features support such a segmentation, though imperfectly, as of yet. Explanation #2 : Our SEO has improved.
    [Blog] Lots of new Blogger functionality aims to tackle Wordpress users.
    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. Weve long believed that the simple fact that Google owns Blogger immediately gives a Blogger site a leg up in the SEO realm; new blogs are immediately added to the search index, indexed daily, and can be found within search results in approximately 24 hrs. Blogger Xpertise. About Us.
    [Blog] IM: Small Business Tool Or A Waste Of Time?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? If you are going to do business online, then it makes sense to use online communications tools. Right? One of the most primitive online communications tools is instant messaging. It’s been around almost as long as the Internet itself. And it’s gotten better over the years. There are some instant messaging clients, IM clients, now that allow you to send and receive e-mail and manage your social networks. Instant messaging is a great small business communications tool. With instant messaging, you can get right to business. Do it the right way.
    [Blog] Friendster? For real.
    Greg Verdino Marketing, Media, Technology & Trends Home About Me Book Me to Speak microMARKETING Journal On Twitter On Flickr Personal Blog Verdino Bytes My Company « Here a friend, there a friend, everywhere a friend, friend. This blog looks at trends in media and marketing, as these industries grapple with the changes being brought on by disruptive technologies, new business imperatives and the rise of the empowered consumer. In it, I present 24 signature posts from my first two years of blogging. Main | What are your plans for 2010? How about for Dec 16th, 2009?
    [Blog] Global Mobile Commerce: Removing Payment Friction & Boosting Customer Engagement
    Follow Diarmuid on twitter @diarmuidmallon, and read his blog at Buying, paying, transacting, banking — these are all part of what we have come to call mobile commerce. With such a broad definition and so many scenarios it’s little wonder that mobile commerce now tops the list of mobile-megatrends. Interestingly, what people want (and the impact on financial institutions, mobile operators and companies across the emerging ecosystem) differs depending on the region where you operate and the opportunities you pursue. What is mobile commerce?
    [Blog] New IBM Study Addresses Major Challenges Facing CMOs
    82% of CMOs say they plan to increase their use of social media over the next three to five years, only 26% are currently tracking blogs, 42% are tracking third-party reviews and 48% are tracking consumer reviews to help shape their marketing strategies. As CMOs struggle, there is a window of opportunity for ad agency new business. . A new IBM study of more than 1,700 chief marketing officers reveals that most CMOs are well aware of the changing marketing landscape and the need to make fundamental changes to traditional marketing methods of brand and product marketing.
    [Blog] Tool for Social Media Network and Online Reputation Management
    Blogs created and managed on Blogging communities as the Open Diary, LiveJournal, Xanga. Online Reputation Management comprises various elements. Together they start to form a complete picture and enable our stakeholder’s experience to percolate within the system. We understand that there's a high degree of correlation between good customer / stakeholder experiences and their willingness to associate with the same organization, brand, product and service. The various points of influence are: • Traditional/mainstream websites. Professional networks like LinkedIn.
    [Blog] Extend your influence by extending trust: a social story
    Olivier wrote about his experience with Jeff in a 2005 blog post called That Bond of Trust. blog comments powered by Disqus Previous post: What’s your favorite Twitter Chat? Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Extend your influence by extending trust: a social story by trey on August 31, 2010 A stranger walks into your store and tells you about his problem. “If they work,&# you say, “just come back and pay for them. If they don’t, we’ll try a different pair.&#
  • SOCIALFISH  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 2013
    [Blog] How One Fund Boston Used Crowdfunding and Social Media to Exceed Their Fundraising Goal – in Less Than a Week
    In other cases, it’s important to also use Facebook, other social media sites like LinkedIn, and blogs. To read more about these tips, read the original article on the Software Advice blog – a  site  specializing in matching nonprofit organizations with technology. In light of tragedy and disaster, crowdfunding can be a particularly successful fundraising strategy if a multi-channel approach is taken. The One Fund Boston was formed in response to the Boston Marathon bombings. Teespring allowed several individuals to create custom t-shirts in honor of the tragedy. photo credit ).
    [Blog] Update all your networks automatically with
    Branding Great Resources Tips advice blogging facebook feed Tweet(function() { var s = document.createElement('SCRIPT'), s1 = document.getElementsByTagName('SCRIPT')[0]; s.type = 'text/javascript'; s.async = true; s.src = '[link] s1.parentNode.insertBefore(s, s1); })(); EmailSharebar Tweet(function() { var s = document.createElement('SCRIPT'), s1 = document.getElementsByTagName('SCRIPT')[0]; s.type = 'text/javascript'; s.async = true; s.src = '[link] s1.parentNode.insertBefore(s, s1); })(); EmailIn a previous post, I showed you how to update all your.
    [Blog] Social Analytics & Web Journal Mid/Late August 2011
    Gizmodo has a story about a new drug that kills almost any virus (but it will also kill you) , otherwise, sounds interesting.   An Infographic on how people use QR codes was interesting because there isn’t much information I’ve found on who is actually using them, for all the talk about QR codes, including in my book and blog. On another note, I need to download/buy Trimensional, a 3D Scanner for the iPhone , as it looks really cool. There was news Facebook added Ad Targeting by ZipCode , but that got eclipsed by GraphEffect’s launch a few days ago.
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