10 Things I Thought About in 2016 that Will Still Matter in 2017

Direct Marketing Observations

I just plucked the relevant stuff as it was written on the pages. Today I was thinking about a website that I go to, from time to time called Quotes on Design. What’s cool is that you can constantly refresh the page for a new quote on design.

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8 Popular Instagram Trends of 2020 (So Far!)


Pluck, laser, wax, shave, grow? We’re halfway through the year, which means it’s a great time to look back and what’s worked, what hasn’t worked, and which Instagram trends are driving the best results!

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Just Write

Waxing UnLyrical

Yesterday Mark Schaefer published a terrific post on how to pluck up the courage to blog with confidence. As I commented on the post, I recalled how I felt every one of the emotions he described (I’m too scared!, how much time will it take?, who will read it?,

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Are Younger Lawyers Naturally Better At Social Media?

Myrland Marketing

Are digital natives, those who were born in an era when electronic devices were prevalent and in their hands from the moment they were old enough to hold them, better equipped in this current era of social and digital media?

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When Journalism and Blogging Collide: 7 Reporters’ Tactics to Make You a Better Blogger


Pluck out adjectives that aren’t mandatory. Image via Flickr user Binuri Ranasinghe. This is a guest contribution from journalist and blogger Christian Toto. Journalism appears to be a dirty word in 2014. Some people blast reporters for their perceived biases.

How do you know if your launch goals are realistic?

Absolute PA

You’re kinda left to pluck a figure out of thin air and hope that you can reach it.

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The Point Of Creativity In Business

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Anyone can do oil painting in their garage, or pluck away at their guitar in their basement for the pure love of the activity. The point of creativity in business is to tell and/or sell. For some reason, the statement above is seen (by many) as some kind of defamation of creativity. A bastardization of the what art is. The proverbial selling of the soul. That''s stupid. And, it''s wrong. Let''s set the table first: creativity for the sake of being creative is fine. It''s a right.

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Local Blogging gets push with blogburst

Koka Sexton

BlogBurst, a syndication service that places blogs on top-tier online destinations, is a product of Pluck Corporation, headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #311

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Pull Wikipedia 's live editing data, convert various editing actions into musical notes (bells are additions, plucked strings are subtractions; the size of the changes defines the pitch). Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

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How we read online. - By Michael Agger - Slate Magazine

Buzz Marketing for Technology

You, my dear user, pluck the low-hanging fruit. Home the browser Campaign 2008 News & Politics Arts & Life Business & Tech Health & Science Style & Shopping Travel & Food Sports Slate on NPR Video PRINT DISCUSS E-MAIL RECOMMEND Facebook MySpace Mixx Digg Reddit del.icio.us Furl Ma.gnolia Sphere StumbleUpon CLOSE NEWSLETTERS PODCASTS RSS More the browser columns Lazy Eyes How we read online.

Tips For Dealing With Information Overload

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Friday, May 9, 2008 Tips For Dealing With Information Overload I sent a couple of people the following question: “What are your top tips for dealing with information overflow?&# Here are some of their answers (with formatting partly adjusted, omissions within quotes indicated with dots).

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The Dark Art of Product Pricing


Pricing can be so hard that sometimes you just need go with your gut, pluck a number, throw it out there and see what happens. This post was written by the Web Marketing Ninja — a professional online marketer for a major web brand, who’s sharing his tips undercover here at ProBlogger. Curious? So are we! One of the most common questions I get asked is how much I’d charge for a given product.

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How to Create a Membership Program that Rocks


Mistake #5: You pluck a name out of thin air. This is a guest post by Mary Jaksch of A-List Blogging Bootcamps. Many bloggers dream of adding a membership program to their blog. And with good reason. A membership program can create raving fans, will make your blog stand out, and can even create a great revenue stream. But most membership programs fizzle out because the creator made one or more of five critical mistakes in creating and running it.

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¬ crazysquid #3191 February 12th, 2009 at 5:42 am Please forgive the spelling, and errors of the above submission, I type like a plucking chicken. Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS The 22 most unknown FREE things anyone can have.

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The 22 most unknown FREE things anyone can have.

Koka Sexton

¬ crazysquid #3191 February 12th, 2009 at 5:42 am Please forgive the spelling, and errors of the above submission, I type like a plucking chicken. Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS The 22 most unknown FREE things anyone can have.

Social Bookmarking For Enterprise Knowledge Management | Intelligent Agent

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Shadows (owned by Pluck) 3.075 (B). Books. Periodicals. Conferences. Blogs. Buyers Guides. E-Newsletters. News/Events. Info Services. Advertising. March 15, 2007. Social Bookmarking For Enterprise Knowledge Management. Filed under: blinklist , bluedot , cogenz , connectbeam , delicious , diigo , furl , knowledge_management , magnolia , shadows , simpy , social_bookmarking — Robert Berkman @ 3:05 pm. This is an unconventional post: 1. It is longâ??and

The Ultimate Guide to Infographic Marketing

Convince & Convert

So long as they fit the style of the infographic (and don’t look like they were plucked straight from Microsoft Excel), pie charts and bar graphs are acceptable choices for conveying data in an infographic.

Behind Every Great Blogger is an Even Greater Voice


It’s like a scrabble contest to see who can pluck the most pretentious sounding adverb out of his backside. Much is said of the great content that is required to become a great blogger. None of it matters if you don’t have a great voice. Great bloggers don’t settle for great content. Great bloggers understand that how you deliver your message is just as important as the message itself.

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