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Report: Blogs Are An Important Part Of The Marketing Mix

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And even though bloggers stated feeling that they aren’t treated with the same respect as traditional media representatives, it’s the buyers who had the final say. From 7,205 bloggers, the survey reports that 81% have been blogging for more than 2 years,  two thirds of bloggers are male, and 65% are age 18-44 years old. Who Blogs? Overall great article.

Six Steps to a Remarkably Powerful, Personal Network - Liz Strauss at Successful Blog - Thinking, writing, business ideas. You're only a stranger once.

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NEW BLOGGER PAGE. INTERNET & MSM. Blogspot Help. Blogger? Blogger (55). December 10, 2007. Six Steps to a Remarkably Powerful, Personal Network. ME Liz Strauss wrote this at 11:30 am. It’s NOT Who You Know. My recent trip to the UK has me thinking about networking. I’ve never really liked the term, it makes pictures of strangers and stress in my head. So I think in terms of meeting people instead. We live and interact with people. People help, support, and reach out. They interfere, compete, and ignore. When Fewer Is More. Related. Lets talk!

3 Social Media Lessons For Global Marketers


Only 58% of German internet users are on social networking sites (compared to 77% in the US ). China For Chinese internet users quite the opposite is true - 92% use social media , actively chatting, blogging and micro-blogging. Brazil In Brazil, Orkut – Google’s social networking site - is synonymous with the word “Internet”. Many still feel that their data is not safe online.

Glossary: 39 Blogging Terms to Know


Blogger or Blogging - The person who writes for a blog is referred to as a blogger, and the act of writing for the blog is known as blogging. Note: Google also has a blogging platform called Blogspot and sometimes referred to as "Blogger". Blogosphere - This refers to the collective community of all blogs and bloggers on the Internet. say what?

Best of 2008: WordPress Tools and Tips


It may seem a little odd to see an article about the best WordPress-related posts on a Blogger blog, but for various reasons the WordPress platform inspires a sort of geeky passion that Google's blogging platform just doesn't. For example, I've never seen a post about "why your blog shouldn't be on WordPress"—though Dharmesh Shah vilified with such a piece. Bummer.

Best of 2008 (So Far) - Blogging for Business, Part 2


by ProBlogger Blogger Darren Rowse makes the case that while writing useful and unique content is essential to blogging success, it isn't enough. for Non-Technical Bloggers by Search Engine People Another piece from Jeff Quipp, this time a concise, helpful post on how to install and use a 301 redirect plugin for WordPress that lets you maximize the benefit of topical posts.

A reading list for aspiring knowledge workers. Future Tense:

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Blogspotting. › New bloggers on the future of work. › Online News Blog : Internet News for Internet Business. About Us | RSS | Advertise | Contact Us. Home > Weblog Columns > Future Tense. Weblog columns [select a blog]. Corante Blog]. BETWEEN LAWYERS: technology + culture + law. BRAIN WAVES: neurons, bits & genes. GOYAMI: search engine marketing.