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Slimy Sales And Marketing Tactics

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Recently, a major media company reached out to me to discuss what they called, "a new business opportunity," for Twist Image. The body text of the email went on to describe to the Vice-President of the company (I was dealing with a person at the management level) that our call was scheduled for them to present their credentials to us. Now, not only will we never work with this company, but their image is tarnished forever. People don't hate being marketed to.

Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2010

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

2010 by far was the biggest year yet in the Internet Marketing realm. Here’s how I do it : I read and review hundreds — thousands — of articles yearly, on all Internet Marketing topics from SEO to social media to general entrepreneurship (new for 2010!),

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Sharing Is Caring (And Selling)

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At its core, what actually makes any piece of content (whether it's generated from an individual or a company) have any semblance of social-ness to it, is the ability for it to be as shareable and as findable as possible (if you do that and people like it, they will naturally talk about it). On March 30th, 2012, Marketing Charts published a news item titled, Social Shares Drive 1 in 4 Online Shoppers to Purchase. magazine. marketing charts.

33 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Resoures of 2012 So Far

Webbiquity SMM

Given the widespread adoption of social media marketing practices, the “if” and “when” questions seemed to have now been resolved by most midsized and larger companies (and a lot of small companies as well). by The Marketing Nut.

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6 Reasons to Make Your Big Idea Small

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Sheena Navigates the Market in Nebaj, Guatemala. Brad is a gifted travel writer in the mold of Tim Cahill (my second favorite travel author, and founder of Outside Magazine). Charles Dickens Was a Hell of a Content Marketer. Atomized Content is More Findable.

Content Is Everywhere - The Changing Tide Of The Internet

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Here's what Arianna Huffington had to say about the acquisition of her company to AOL: "AOL's Patch.com covers 800 towns across America, providing an incredible infrastructure for citizen journalism in time for the 2012 election, and a focus on community and local solutions that have been an integral part of HuffPost's DNA. You can see by AOL's performance and some of the media punditry that this is a company in transition. marketing.