Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
Americans spent nearly a quarter of their time online on social networking sites and blogs in 2010, up from 15.8 At its current rate, Twitter will process almost 10 billion tweets in 2010. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn continued to add users in the second half of 2010, albeit at a slower pace than in previous quarters. The State of the Blogosphere 2010 by Brian Solis.
Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
NOVEMBER 28, 2011
And nearly two out of three executives have visited a vendor’s website after viewing an online video elsewhere. Content Sharing Trends in 2010 [Infographic] by Pamorama Pam Dyer reports on data from AddThis showing the top methods for sharing information from more than 300 options. Social media advertising is still a relatively rare tactic among B2B vendors and in the SMB space.
getting stuff done with ms outlook
The Effective Marketer
FEBRUARY 25, 2009
The Effective Marketer Effectiveness is a discipline and it can be learned Home About the Effective Marketer Books Speaking Getting Stuff Done with MS Outlook Note: the tips I give below work in MS Outlook 2003 as well as 2007 version. Outlook 2007 has even more features for helping you categorize stuff, but we’ll keep it simple for now and focus on the features available in both versions.
Wake Up, Boss! Your Salespeople Need Help
Jill Konrath's Fresh Sales Strategies Blog
SEPTEMBER 27, 2010
Moreover, it seems like prospecting has gotten more difficult since 2006 – 2007, when I was selling most every day to get this company started. Whereas they used to engage vendors about a third of the way into the process, now they are waiting until the last third. If they search in Google – they do – you need to rank well and advertise in AdWords. It’s not just cold calling.
better time management with smart calendars
The Effective Marketer
MARCH 12, 2009
In order to give other people access to your calendar in outlook, do the following (Outlook 2003 and 2007): Go to “tools – options” Click on “Calendar Options” Click on “Resource Scheduling” Click on “Set Permissions” Click on the “Permissions” tab Click on the “Add” button, the contacts list will open up Select the person you’d like to add to your permissions list and select from the drop down list of ‘Permission Level’ the type of role that user will have. If using MS Outlook 2007, you are lucky! This will help you in two ways. If not, give me a couple of days and times….”.