Whenever someone asks my pastor about where to tithe - or who to tithe to - his answer is always the same: “Tithe where you're fed.” Read More

Top 5 Social Media Participation Rules to Live By

Top 5 Social Media Participation Rules to Live By - http://www.paysimple.com Avatar Posted by Chad under Online Marketing
From http://www.paysimple.com 4426 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 30, 2008 6:06 pm
Before you begin a social media campaign, here are some thoughts on creating a natural, authentic impression. Read More

How to Ruin Your Search Engine Optimization

How to Ruin Your Search Engine Optimization - http://www.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Online Marketing
From http://www.allbusiness.com 4427 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 30, 2008 6:06 pm
Taken from article: You must be wondering, why would anyone want to ruin their SEO? Trust me, I ask myself the same question whenever clients or prospective clients explain the things they've done to get themselves in trouble with the search engines. While there are abundant “how to” resources on SEO online, at conferences in books, newslette Read More

Making LinkedIn work for small town pros

Making LinkedIn work for small town pros - http://www.smallbizsurvival.com Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Online Marketing
From http://www.smallbizsurvival.com 4426 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 27, 2008 4:33 pm
It's a great article that points out the power of LinkedIn, how to maximize it for building your social network, and how LinkedIn's benefit is even greater if your business is in a small town. Read More

Fighting the Good Fight: Lifecycle Emails

Fighting the Good Fight: Lifecycle Emails - http://www.marketingprofs.com Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Online Marketing
From http://www.marketingprofs.com 4427 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 27, 2008 4:00 pm
If a consumer were to scan her inbox of retail, corporate emails right now, each one would have a subject line that is an offer. Everybody wants the consumer's money, but nobody addresses the consumer's relationship to their company, though they can. Long-term, lifecycle emails train a customer into becoming a better one, and they enhance the Read More

12 Ways to Target Inactive E-mail Subscribers

12 Ways to Target Inactive E-mail Subscribers - http://tmt.targetmarketingmag.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Online Marketing
From http://tmt.targetmarketingmag.com 4427 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 27, 2008 1:41 am
Oftentimes, people opt in to e-mail lists—whether it be for newsletters, promotions or information—and then just ignore everything that's sent to them. Those individuals signed up for your e-mails for a reason, even if their actions don't show it. For one reason or another, they've become inactive subscribers. It's your job to figure out a way to Read More

Modeling The Real Market Value Of Social Networks

Modeling The Real Market Value Of Social Networks - http://www.techcrunch.com Avatar Posted by JulieR under Online Marketing
From http://www.techcrunch.com 4429 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 26, 2008 12:15 am
It's time to start comparing the big global social networks on something other than unique visitors and page views. Read More

How a LeadGen Test Strategy Achieved an 86% Increase

How a LeadGen Test Strategy Achieved an 86% Increase - http://www.marketingexperiments.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Online Marketing
From http://www.marketingexperiments.com 4429 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 24, 2008 7:30 pm
Whether your market is B-to-B, B-to-C, or both, testing and optimizing even a few key aspects of your landing pages can provide major gains for your lead-gen efforts. The principles of the MarketingExperiments Conversion Sequence serve as a guide to optimizing your pages and your sales or lead-gen process to improve conversion and ROI. This Read More

The Escalator Pitch

The Escalator Pitch - http://www.businessweek.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Online Marketing
From http://www.businessweek.com 4433 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 24, 2008 2:54 am
Forget the elevator pitch. Forget the press release. Forget the PowerPoint deck. If you were making a "Twitpitch" about your business, it would be over by now. A what? A Twitpitch forces you to tell your company's story in 140 characters (about 20 words), the maximum length of a message on Twitter, a microblogging platform that is gaining p Read More

Web Reputation: What Are Customers Saying About You Online?

Web Reputation: What Are Customers Saying About You Online? - http://blogs.wsj.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Online Marketing
From http://blogs.wsj.com 4431 days ago
Made Hot by: on June 23, 2008 4:44 pm
Brand reputation, or what your customers think about your business, is crucial for any small company that wants to attract new clients and grow a business. What one customer says in a blog or product review can directly influence another customer's decision to choose you over your competitors. Here are four ways you can monitor your brand onli Read More
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