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in the growing trend to reach beyond traditional messaging, corporate america increasingly taps the unlimited pool of user-generated content as advertisements. doritos is sponsoring the “crash the super bowl” commercial contest in which

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time 13:33. viral envy: many marketing people and ceos suffer from this, usually after seeing a viral video or site that is forwarded to them from a friend. yikes! thousands of hits with no media buy! little production cost

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time 18:15. audio and video content on the web has raised the bar for search engines — consumers demand superior search capability that provides context as well as accuracy. while google redefined search a few years ago, the next wave

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In today's Marketing Edge, I comment on JetBlue's “customer bill of rights” and how it used public relations strategies to address its situation. JetBlue's “customer bill of rights” sounds like it was written by lawyers for lawyers and

150 Content Marketing Tips

Drive traffic—and leads—with these tips for SEO, social media, content optimization, email marketing, and more.

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time 16:00 click twice to play. jeremiah owyang, senior analyst for forrester and author of the well-read blog web-strategist is our guest on the marketing edge. you know as of this posting he is at the top of the tweeterboard

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Time 12:27. Video use on the Web is much more than a two-minute case study or a talking head from a presentation. The numbers from an eMarketer report this summer show 86 percent of US Internet users will consume online video by 2011

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the following is a conversation between al social and darrin marketer, their names have been changed to protect the innocent; they are both avid twitter users with two very different perspectives on the platform

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i have to comment about twitter, the micro-blogging tool at www.twitter.com. it is like instant messaging to those whom you are following and who follow you, plus your messages post to your page on the twitter web site

Content Marketing 2016: Staffing, Measurement, and Effectiveness

We surveyed 2016's content marketing leaders on their biggest issues, hurdles, and goals.

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the marketing buzz word in 2007 is community. marketers are trying to plug into, tap into or leverage these social network communities for their companies' benefit. not quite sure that's the right approach here

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this week i attended the society for new communications research (sncr) conference in boston. it was inspiring how some companies are working within the parameters and cultures of social media. they are flexible enough to bend their

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jeremiah owyang of forrester, seth godin author of meatball sundae, and steve mann head of social media for sap doing a webcast at noon central today. i'll live blog it here. just the highlight please, ok

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an observation from the society for new communications reserch conference in boston, dec. 5 and 6: social media is like having babies. as a father of five, i speak from experience: 1) there never really is a good time

Study: How Much of Your Content Marketing Is Effective?

745 marketers told us how effective their content marketing is. Here's what we learned.

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time 15:40. know we like to talk about technology here on most days. but today we are taking a different tact. today we interviewed one of the deans of relationship building. harvey mackay the author swim with the sharks without

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the technology dilemma - new technologies are developed quickly and less costly today than even 10 years ago. new technology implementation requires the precise work of three groups, path finders, bridge builders, and commoditizers

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time 12:56. the first stop for marketers who are attempting to determine how to approach social media is to listen to the conversations taking place on the web. most executives are going to ask, what are people saying about our company

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really like brightcove, but there model is changing which may cause users to look at other alternatives. here's the email they sent out this morning. those using brightcove need to review their videos and potentially move them

Definitive Guide to Planning a New Content Initiative

Are you kicking off new content initiatives this year? This comprehensive ebook from DivvyHQ asks the 10 most vital questions that should be answered (before you start executing anything) to ensure the success of each new content initiative.

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here's a classic case of social media run amok. there is a post today about the f-word being used in the disney movie “enchanted.” it's making it's way up the digg charts. the problem? after listening to the clip posted on that site 10

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time 18:45. the old maxim “you don't argue with the guy who buys ink by the barrel” isn't as accurate as it once was. the combination of blogs, new online publishers like techcrunch and the huffington post and social media sites are

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a word about trust on in the blogsphere and social media in general, there is considerable discussion about how businesses can tap into these conversations. another angle is the practice of paying bloggers which some say is no different

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look i like scholastic just as much as any parent. we get some of their wonderful magazines and books. so please don't get this post wrong. just dislike getting something that says, send this back in x days and write cancel and you

5 New B2B Sales and Marketing Strategies

The traditional B2B sales and marketing model is typically depicted in the shape of a funnel; flow starts with marketing and then transitions to sales. Pretty standard, right? The model has now shifted to focus on the customer and their buyer journey.

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the panel from blogworld on tracking reputation in the blogsphere provided excellent insight into how corporate skeptics can make sense of new media junkies' hype about online conversations. more importantly determining in a methodical

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the undercurrent at blogworld is churned by the of a sudden absence of noted bloggers and a lack of blogging on the part of some ceos who's companies depend on bloggers. ok no worries sports fans. because there are plenty more of us

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chris heuer points out how an enterprise wiki building company social text has in its product plan that their product will be produced in conjunction with its customers. this is a change from business plans of old

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after a few days to let things settle and let me think (and as the story now bubbles up to the new york times), here are a few observations about chris anderson's post about blocking a group of pr people from e-mailing him and the

Content Methodology: A Best Practices Report

If you're concerned that your organization's content marketing isn't as effective as it could be, this report is for you.

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time 12:57. no catch really, just the reality that everything is integrated. kind of like the chaos theory for marketing. every piece of data you get about a market or customer behavior can make a difference. ok enough theory, here is

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time 14:43. ok, let me put social networks into some kind of perspective so those that have a life beyond the web can appreciate the concept: so you're having a baby. understand, having five children myself, that women get together

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time 17:04. many companies are trying to understand how forms of social media can be applied to achieve their business and branding objectives. this podcast features two examples of the successful use of social media and user generated

Staffing and Launching Your Content Marketing Program

Brand voice? Editorial calendar? Approval workflow? Learn how to craft the crucial parts of a content marketing program. In the third installment of our five-part playbook series, discover the necessary steps to execute a content marketing program.

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time 7:58. karen o'brien a partner with the crimson consulting group constructs a new way for marketers to evaluate the customer landscape. o'brien says the outdated description of acquiring customers is to acquire, retain