Best of 2007: Articles and Blog Posts on Google AdWords
JANUARY 24, 2008
This post focuses on interesting observations and helpful advice pertaining specifically to Google AdWords, the largest SEM platform. by Traffick Blogger Andrew Goodman provides the how and why of dynamic keyword insertion in AdWords, and why, though it's a powerful technique, it doesn't "always" work. Techniques that Always Work?: Who Uses Dynamic Keyword Insertion?
More of the Best Website Marketing Tools
JANUARY 15, 2007
Somehow he overlooked WebMarketCentral , but he's probably saving that for the 2007 list.) Google AdWords: Keyword Tool Enter a search phrase, and this Google tool will display related keywords along with advertiser competition and search volume; average cost per click and ad position by bid amount; and global search volume trends over time.
Best of 2007: Web Analytics
FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Here are some of the best articles and blog posts from 2007 on optimizing the use of web analytics. Bloggers Ponder Google's RSS Syndication Stats by MediaPost Online Spin Following Google's acquisition of Feedburner , Max Kalehoff ponders the importance of the "reach" metric for bloggers. Jordan supplies a 20-point website "fitness assessment" to help answer the question.
Best of 2007: Interactive PR
FEBRUARY 13, 2008
More directly, the techniques of interactive PR transform press releases from bland, internally-focused documents clogging up the inboxes of editors and staff writers into keyword-rich, user-oriented prose that is found by search engines, picked up by bloggers, tagged by readers, and creates a dialog with the market though comments on social media sites. Nevertheless, worth checking out.
Best of 2007: Marketing Research
FEBRUARY 11, 2008
Get the answers to these questions and more from this collection of some of the best articles and blog posts from 2007 on marketing research. Creativity & You by THINKing Blogger Harry Hoover comments on the results of study into the roots of creativity. Here are some of the best marketing research-related posts from MediaPost bloggers last year.
Best of 2007: Blogging for Business
FEBRUARY 6, 2008
Here are some of the best articles and blog posts from 2007 on effective blog design, writing and promotion. 10 blogging tips from 10 bloggers by iMedia Connection After stating that "Business blogging has passed the tipping point. Blogs are becoming a hugely popular, almost mainstream tool for indirect business promotion. Optimize Your Blog Sidebars by Life Rocks!
Best of 2007: Articles and Blog Posts on Strategy and Branding
FEBRUARY 20, 2008
Small Business Marketing Rules of Thumb by Smart Marketing Blogger and author Jay Lipe offers three highly useful "rules of thumb" for small business marketers in this brief but valuable post. The first step in crafting a marketing plan is to determine overall strategy, and among the first questions to ask when thinking about the strategy are "What do I want my brand to stand for?"
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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.
7 Google for Nonprofits Tools That Will Change Your Cause Marketing Forever
OCTOBER 7, 2013
With the potential of driving 10,000 to 40,000 new visitors a month to your website, using this “free money” to attract new constituents to engage with your organization online is a no-brainer. Chief Almir of the Sururi tribe in the Brazilian Amazon started using Google Earth in 2007 as a way to protect the rain forest and preserve his people’s way of living in harmony. and U.K.
Best of 2007: Articles and Blog Posts on SEO (Part 2)
JANUARY 30, 2008
Following up on my last post, there were just too many excellent newsletter articles and blog posts on SEO last year to fit them all into one post, so here are more of the best bits of SEO guidance from 2007. The Alternative Search Engine of the Year, 2007! video, audio files and PDFs) and encouraging mashups. It's all fundamentals, but that's often what SEO comes down to. However.a
Best of 2007: Articles and Blog Posts on SEO (Part 1)
JANUARY 28, 2008
Here are (part one of) some of the best posts and stories devoted to SEO in 2007: 20 Hard Core SEO Tips by SEO Theory and Analysis Blog A compelling mix of indispensable (Learn how to write Who, What, Where, When, and Why in 4 paragraphs or less. SEO is dead? Balderdash! Because you should never write a press release that starts out with, â€œJohn Shlock Smith the Shmuck proudly announcesâ€¦.â€)
Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
NOVEMBER 28, 2011
Among the findings: “Three-quarters of all executives said they watched work-related videos on business websites at least once a week, and more than half did the same on YouTube.” And nearly two out of three executives have visited a vendor’s website after viewing an online video elsewhere. just 4% contains links to non-blog corporate website content. Oh yeah.
Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
70% of bloggers are organically talking about brands on their blog, and 38% of them post brand or product reviews. 35% of bloggers are professional journalists. 5% of Americans had heard of Twitter in 2008; that figure rose to 87% last year. Frequent best-of contributor Brian Solis shares stats from Technorati showing that nearly half of all bloggers are U.S.-based, Adam T.
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. Many software companies contact us via our website, and then go silent for months. Marketing bloggers like Craig Rosenberg and Jon Miller are talking about it too. “IT” is the disintermediation of the sales person. know the answer.