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3 Reasons Email is the Coolest Vampire Today

Convince & Convert

A driving force behind the company’s SUBSCRIBERS RULE! A few of my favorite reports of email’s death that were greatly exaggerated: July 2004. link] [link] Bob Johnson 5 predictions of the end of email, 2004 to 2010 (RSS to FB): Why it isn't happening soon at [link] [link] Allison B.

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100 Personal Branding Tactics Using Social Media | chrisbrogan.com

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Track things like audience/community sentiment (positive/negative) if you want to map effort to results. Use social networks respectfully to share the best of your content, in a community-appropriate setting. Community. Remember that community and marketplace are two different things. Make it easy for your community to reach you. Contribute to your community’s blogs and projects. Celebrate important information in your community (like birthdays).

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Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker

Buzz Marketing for Technology

” (Kalakota and Robinson, “Offshore Outsourcing: Will Your Job Disappear in 2004?” ” Informit.com , Feb 27, 2004.) Doug Johnson. Writing, Speaking and Consulting on School Technology and Library Issues. Search.

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An Open Letter to Facebook

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

In fact, you can validate that by cross checking my user ID, 102991, which should indicate that I’ve been around for a real long time (since February 2004, to be more precise). And now there are Community Pages! Community Pages should NOT have been introduced.

Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power

Convince & Convert

Huge thanks to data-driven social media management software company Argyle Social for their presenting sponsorship, as well as Infusionsoft , Janrain , and Jim Kukral at DigitalBookLaunch. They asked B2B companies, “What was your best social media format?

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220: What You Should Include in Your Email Newsletters

ProBlogger

What You Should Include in Your Email Newsletters (and Answers to 4 FAQs About Email). It drives traffic, and helps us build our community, understand who’s reading our blog, and monetize both directly and indirectly. It helps us to build community. We use our email to direct people to some of the social media accounts that we’re building community on, to drive engagement. I would highly commend that company to you as well.