Buzz Marketing for Technology
SEPTEMBER 13, 2007
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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.
Content Marketing with Stories: Better than Facts
Writing on the Web
JANUARY 11, 2011
2007 study by Jennifer Edson Escalas , a marketing researcher at Vanderbilt University, found that people had more positive reactions to advertisements that were presented in a story form than to ads that were factually straightforward about the products. Add this to Google Bookmarks. Post on Google Buzz. Add this to Google Reader. story is all about context.
Crunchy, salty, nutritious news & views on B2B marketing for technology companies | Velocity - the B2B marketing acceleration agency for technology companies
JUNE 22, 2009
It’s a wonderful example… Read more… Stan Woods | March 23rd, 2009 | no comments ROI and social media marketing for B2B One of our clients is talking to us about spending budget on creating online buzz. Google has dis-intermediated the content business. White papers, blog posts,… Read more… Doug Kessler | November 18th, 2008 | no comments A really good newsletter We know we ‘big up’ Pär Almqvist, the Marketing Dude at VNL, quite a bit. The latest edition of our semi-regular newsletter update is now available. World.
Tom Pisello: The ROI Guy: Marketing Hierarchy of Needs: Achieving.
OCTOBER 11, 2010
Out-bound marketing consists of the following services, investments and assets: Newsletters E-mail Deploying online external lead generation programs (e.g., co-registration, email list purchases, etc.) View my complete profile Links Google News Alinean Corporate Website Personal Website Blog Archive ▼ 2010 (118) ► December (5) Social Media Hierarchy of Needs - Best Practices f.
Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2009
MARCH 31, 2010
Single-word search queries declined from 24.5% of all searches in 2007 to 20.4% in 2009, while 4-word searches increased from 13.3% to 14.9% of all searches. Predicting the Present with Google Trends by Google Research Blog. How Google Trends data can help improve forecasts of the current level of activity for a number of different economic time series. Which segments generate the most social media buzz? Google alone has a 63.7 At the same time, magazine net ad revenue declined 10.2% in 2008 versus 2007. What are the latest trends in search?
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Buzz Marketing for Technology
JULY 22, 2008
Newsletters. March 15, 2007. For readers of my subscription-based journal, The Information Advisor , it serves as an online supplement to the March 2007 Knowledge Management Supplement article â??Social In the March 2007 Information Advisor “Knowledge Management supplement I discussed how social book-marking can be used as a means to share knowledge and find internal expertiseâ??in BlueDot also has recently introduced a new service, Blue Dot Buzz, which does data mining of the activity of users in your friendsâ?? December 2007. September 2007.