June, 2009

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Master List ?(A Wiki of Social Media Marketing Examples)?

wiki.beingpeterkim.com

For an additional 500, be sure to visit Master List 2. And the third 500 has started on Master List 3. To learn how to contribute/edit, visit the Administration page. Wikis Automotive United States David Bausola Ford Hurra Torpedo campaign Presentation sharing Automotive United States Philippe Deltenre Ford Where are the Joneses? adenin Facebook Page Social networks High Tech United States Meryl K. Evans adenin TECHNOLOGIES Inc. Adenin Twitter Microblogging / Microsharing High Tech United States Meryl K. Whittemore ePi Tech Inc.

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#93: 13 Successful Blogging Tips, Business Podcasting, and the.

Taylor Marek

I think this is the longest episode I've released yet! Lots of updates and changes to the site, and plenty stuffed into this episode. First off, my start into the video realm came on May 19 with the launch of the taylormarek20 Vlog

Enterprise 2.0 Reflects the Culture | Social Media Strategery

Social Media Strategery

Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Government 2.0 Miscellaneous Personal Prof. Development Social Media Enterprise 2.0 Reflects the Culture Thu, Jun 18, 2009 Enterprise 2.0 That wiki is going to reflect the culture of your organization, not change it. Enterprise 2.0

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Syndication Best Practices: Reduce the Risk of Being Outranked for.

Adam Sherk

Syndicating content is an important business development initiative for publishers; it generates revenue, increases exposure, drives traffic and helps facilitate inbound links. However from an SEO perspective there is a downside

Social Media Automation 101

A beginner's guide to social media automation tools and getting automation right.

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Entrepreneur vs. Employee, Which one are you?

Taylor Marek

There is a fine line between having an Entrepreneur mindset and an Employee mindset, lets see if you notice the difference: Entrepreneurs are willing to risk it all, employees prefer to play it safe and stay off the radar. Entrepreneurs can’t adjust to what society dictates, employees flow right along with the mainstream. Entrepreneurs make the rules, employees follow rules. Entrepreneurs make the jobs that employees work at, employees work their job. Entrepreneurs want to affect/help people as much as possible, employees typically look out for themselves and what benefits them.

Apologies

Josh S Peters

The blog has had some major problems recently adn we're still trying to get it all ironed out. I am deeply sorry for the lack of content and follow up. The book has kept me very busy and the problems with the host and plugin's

Do People Search for “Breaking News”?

Adam Sherk

Among news sites “breaking news” is a sought-after keyword phrase; I see it prominently placed in home page title tags all the time: CNN.com home page title tag. NYTimes.com home page title tag. FoxNews.com home page title tag

Social Filtering

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Great post on social filtering Eric Sauve - Why Social Filters are a Must for Communities : Social filtering is essential in a community system as when you have more than 30 pieces of content or 30 people it becomes impossible to identify the most relevant content and people. A great point about the need for social filtering from: Introducing the Filters -. Or even Top 100 eLearning Items.

The Content Marketing Survival Guide: How to Navigate the Wilds of Social Media

Use this guide to inspire your creativity and ignite more successful and sustainable social media conversations.

5 Tips for Optimizing your Facebook Marketing

Buzz Marketing for Technology

One of the great things about the Facebook platform is that it provides you access to a large audience of over 200 Million people worldwide at a low cost. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a strategy in place for what you are trying to achieve. So let’s go through some of your options when it comes to the tactics of social networking marketing. Be sure to get your employees involved.

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Social Media Success Stories From Surprising Industries

www.kunocreative.com

About Us Contact Us Support Home Blog Portfolio Services Value Inbound Marketing Journal Social Media Success Stories From Surprising Industries Kuno Creative - Tuesday, May 12, 2009 Still not convinced that Inbound Marketing and its emphasis on social media fits your industry or marketing plan? Maybe you think it has no place in "hands-on" industries like construction and manufacturing. Here are several success stories that you may not have heard about. Indium Corporation is a 75-year-old global manufacturer of electronic assembly parts. Read more. Read more. Less well-known in the U.S.,

Entrepreneur vs. Employee, Which one are you?

Taylor Marek

There is a fine line between having an Entrepreneur mindset and an Employee mindset, lets see if you notice the difference: Entrepreneurs are willing to

In Memory of My Grandpa David, a Wonderful Man » Techipedia.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

As many of you know, my grandfather has been ill for awhile. Yesterday, on October 24, he succumbed to complications from lung cancer (though he never

A World Gone Social

Learn how companies must adapt to survive.

Do People Search for “Breaking News”?

Adam Sherk

Among news sites “breaking news” is a sought-after keyword phrase; I see it prominently placed in home page title tags all the time: CNN.com home page title tag. nytimes.com home page title tag. foxnews.com home page title tag

Finding and Connecting with Bloggers - 30+ Resources

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A big value proposition that comes with Browse My Stuff is that it provides a great opportunity to build a relationship with bloggers in a particular field. In Learning, Extended Brain and Topic Hubs , I discussed my experience in launching Speaking Pro Central. I realized that I should know a lot more about professional speaking and thought that it would make sense to create a Topic Hub that around professional speaking to help my own speaking services. It also helped me meet many of the top players in that space. Blogger Relations: Two Approaches For PR. Enough With Blogger Strategies!

Social Network based Caller Routing

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Ok, let’s say you are searching the web for a new fishing rod. You find the right website but you are having trouble locating the right rod and reel combination. Frustrated you consider giving up but give it one last shot and decide to call the 800 number on the site. And instead of getting the usual IVR tree – you are prompted for your Facebook id. What’s going on here you think?

User Centric Releases Results of Eye Tracking Study: Google Versus Bing

Bill Hartzer

User Centric has released the results of an eye tracking study that compares data between Google and the new Microsoft search engine Bing. What is interesting to note is that sponsored links are attracting more attention than they are on Google. Google users appear to be more aware of the sponsored links. Book a last minute vacation. They were both about the same amount of time spent. seconds).&#

Social Media Marketing GPS

SMGPS will tell you the why & how to use social media for marketing, 1 tweet at a time. You'll learn essentials in digestible little spoonfuls.

When did I first find value in Twitter?

Taylor Marek

I first found value in Twitter when I was at New Media Expo 2008. Take a listen to find out more

Announcing the Newest Social Media Prince

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Many of you have asked where I've been over the past few months. I recently wrapped up writing a book on social media marketing for individuals to large businesses entitled The New Community Rules (Amazon link) and the book is slated

Google javascript Changes Put Publishers in Violation of Sponsored.

Adam Sherk

Last week at the Google I/O developer conference it was announced that Google is now able to execute javascript onclick events, which basically means that links in javascript that were previously inaccessible can now be read and pass

Tradeshows Need to Get in the Information Business

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A recent post - Could Tradeshows Be ‘Googley’? looks at various aspects of what trade shows need to do to be successful in the future. Given that I’ve worked for several large tradeshows in the past, definitely it’s tough times. One suggestion stuck out at me: 5.) Get In the Information Business. For decades, tradeshows provided the space, exhibitors brought the products, and journalists covered the show. If tradeshows are in the information business, they need to team with journalists and companies to communicate with attendees. Information is no longer a one way street.

How to Be Social: A Social Media Manifesto

Learn the 10 worst social media marketing mistakes and how to avoid them.

No patience for the ROI of Social Media discussion

Buzz Marketing for Technology

In a blog post last week, Dell revealed that it has generated more than $2 million in revenue from @DellOutlet, one of its many Twitter sites. Late last year, there were some headlines about Dell crossing the $1 million mark via Twitter and it’s only gotten bigger since then. How did they do it? With a coupon code! Wow, now that’s inventive.

Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile makes appearance in Hawaii | Akamai.

Akamai Marketing

Oh, I wish I was an Oscar Meier Weiner….” I guess even knowing that song dates me, but I can live with that. As a child, I never got sick of that song…and even today, I remember it when strolling down the aisles of the grocery

Under 30 and Kicking Butt List

Taylor Marek

Derek Johnson over at his blog, [link] has come out with a list of those who are under 30 and running their own successful companies. Derek is a 23 year old CEO of internet startup, Tatango.com and quite successful

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-06-29

Harp Interactive

8 Stupid Simple Social Media Tricks to Boost SEO

Discover just how easy it is to boost SEO with social media.

Chat Away Inside the Corporate Firewall with Yammer

Josh S Peters

I wrote a guest post for the Utah Pulse Social Media Minute about using Yammer for your internal communication. I'm not going to blabber on about it here so go take a look at the article Chat Away Inside the Corporate Firewall with

Alltop vs Browse My Stuff

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I was recently asked what the difference was between Alltop and Browse My Stuff when it comes to a particular topic - in this case the topic was Professional Speaking. So let’s compare: Speaking.Alltop.com and. Speaking Pro Central. Similarities. Both sites highlight top blogs on a similar topic. I’m not 100% sure what their focus is, but the list of sources seems similar enough. Both sites try to help users who do not classically use an RSS reader to get information. People who use an RSS reader and are subscribed would simply do it that way. Differences.

Is Twitter a Critical Part of your Resume?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The short answer is – YES! In a recent article in the NY Times called Tweeting Your Way to a Job. They talk a lot about people who have found a new job Tweeting for an employer. Social Media roles are opening up in many firms and the Twitterati that have a combination of public relations, analyst relations and even customer relations are snapping them up.

My little baller

Jason Yormark

Heading into 2nd base fast! Download now or watch on posterous. IMG_0012.MOV (2473 KB). Sent from my mobile. Posted via email from Jason's posterous. Facebook Twitter Digg linkedin stumbleupon Technorati Favorites Share/Save/Bookmark

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