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Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret

Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret - http://lifehacker.com Avatar Posted by dobbie under Self-Development
From http://lifehacker.com 4715 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on November 25, 2007 5:54 am
Years ago when Seinfeld was a new television show, Jerry Seinfeld was still a touring comic. At the time, I was hanging around clubs doing open mic nights and trying to learn the ropes. One night I was in the club where Seinfeld was working, and before he went on stage, I saw my chance. I had to ask Seinfeld if he had any tips for a young comic. W Read More

Top 10 SEO Trends & Tips

Top 10 SEO Trends & Tips - http://www.wdfm.com Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Online Marketing
From http://www.wdfm.com 4716 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 25, 2007 7:43 pm
A great summary of the latest in search engine optimization. For example, find out what Google thinks your website is about by using the Keyword Tool. Plus, it's not directly stated, but if you've got a web videos, host them on YouTube rather than use your own bandwidth. It's more likely you'll show up on the top of Google SERPs. Read More

Women's Consumption for Sports

Women's Consumption for Sports - http://www.bigresearch.com Avatar Posted by alphalife under News
From http://www.bigresearch.com 4717 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 24, 2007 12:21 am
Choosing between soap operas and the NFL is not something marketers may consider when putting together media allocation plans for reaching females. However, marketers may want to consider the NFL as an option as women are more likely to be regularly or occasionally watching sports than they are soap operas according to BIGresearch's Simultaneous M Read More

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time - http://www.bnet.com Avatar Posted by alphalife under Self-Development
From http://www.bnet.com 4717 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 24, 2007 12:24 am
Organizations are demanding ever-higher performance from their workforces. People are trying to comply, but the usual method--putting in longer hours--has backfired. They're getting exhausted, disengaged, and sick. And they're defecting to healthier job environments. Longer days at the office don't work because time is a limited resource. But p Read More

Facebook in Pinstripes

Facebook in Pinstripes - http://blogs.bnet.com Avatar Posted by alphalife under Strategy
From http://blogs.bnet.com 4717 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 25, 2007 7:43 pm
Forget Microsoft Office and Excel. Your next powerful business tool could be Facebook. Andy McAfee, a Harvard Business School professor and an expert on Web 2.0 technologies and their applications in business, argues that social networking software brings certain types of people together in a much more efficient (and potentially cheaper) way than Read More

It's Not the Media That Matter, but the Modes

It's Not the Media That Matter, but the Modes - http://bosacksarchive.blogspot.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Advertising
From http://bosacksarchive.blogspot.com 4719 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 21, 2007 3:31 am
Consumers don't think in terms of media when they're actually experiencing it. They think in terms of what they want to do and what they want to get out of their media experience. If they're craving entertainment, they want to be entertained. If they're seeking knowledge, they want information. If they feel like sharing, discovering or express Read More

Emotionomics, Anyone?

Emotionomics, Anyone? - http://www.clickz.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Marketing
From http://www.clickz.com 4720 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 21, 2007 1:08 am
Now that we're in the new era of consumer control, it's a good time to rekindle discussion of the role of emotion in marketing. Dan Hill, president of Sensory Logic, a Minneapolis-based research consultancy specializing in sensory-emotive strategies, just published a new book, "Emotionomics: Winning Hearts and Minds."

Feelings matter, Hill Read More

Management Techniques for Bringing Out the Best in Generation Y

Management Techniques for Bringing Out the Best in Generation Y - http://www.cio.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Management
From http://www.cio.com 4722 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 18, 2007 7:13 pm
There's been a lot of talk recently about Generation Y. Its members, born between 1982 and 2005, are known for their sense of entitlement, outspokenness, inability to take criticism, and technological sophistication. Fortune deemed Generation Y in its May 28, 2007, issue the most high-maintenance, yet potentially most high-performing generation i Read More

10 Ways to Grow Referrals and Loyalty by Sending Personal Cards

10 Ways to Grow Referrals and Loyalty by Sending Personal Cards - http://www.businessknowhow.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Sales
From http://www.businessknowhow.com 4722 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 18, 2007 7:13 pm
Even though it's one of the most powerful ways to build your business, most business owners don't send out personal cards because they don't know when it's appropriate, what to say, or they feel it doesn't apply to them because their business is DIFFERENT.

In order to create a bond, clients need individual attention, acknowledgement and a Read More

Five Questions for Direct Mail Copywriters

Five Questions for Direct Mail Copywriters - http://www.targetmarketingmag.com Avatar Posted by wontonu under Direct Marketing
From http://www.targetmarketingmag.com 4725 days ago
Made Hot by: on November 14, 2007 8:21 pm
In his DMA 07 Conference and Exhibition presentation, “Running Red Lights: The Keys To Creating Dazzling Direct Mail,” Steve Penn, CEO and executive creative director of Penn Garritano Direct Response Marketing, said he likes to think of the direct mail package as a touchpoint for the entire brand experience. Copywriters always should “tell a stor Read More
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