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My social media marketing posts from 2011


I am traveling this week so I have decided to spend my blogging time aggregating some of my favorite Biznology blog posts. Read more… Fire for effect when you can’t get a bead on your market — What I’ve learned is that if you cannot target your dream customer directly, you can target everyone around him. Any more and we maybe get only a tweet or a Facebook Like.

Digital Marketing for Control Engineers, Machine Builders and Designers

Industrial Marketing Today

As an industrial marketing consultant, I interact on a daily basis with engineers and technical professionals from the Automation and Process Control industry. receive valuable firsthand feedback on what this audience wants and needs from their digital marketing initiatives. Digital marketing trends in 2011. What makes a poor site experience – flashy animations that are slow to download, too much marketing fluff, unsubstantiated product claims and the need to create a login account or registration too early before the visitor has determined if s/he will return or not.

The Ultimate Glossary: 120 Social Media Marketing Terms Explained


Just this year we witnessed the debut of Google+ and the introduction of Facebook Timeline. Thus, while we're all learning about social media and inbound marketing as well as teaching others about it, having a resource that quickly and clearly explains all of the basic terms and applications is critically important. Social Media Marketing Dictionary: 120 Terms to Know. A.

Is Content Curation an Easy Way for Content Marketers to Do More.

Industrial Marketing Today

Home Marketing Matters About Contact B2B Marketing Store Company Website Is Content Curation an Easy Way for Content Marketers to Do More With Less? Google News, aggregating content via RSS feeds and social bookmarking sites have been around for a while. Creators, distributors, aggregators, and curators are all economically essential parts of the value chain.