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JUNE 15, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Twitter: the little bird that grew up strong
Why Twitter Is Such a Powerful Social Media Platform , this week’s guest post by Phyllis Zimbler Miller , When I first heard Twitter mentioned two years ago – in a teleseminar with the BlogSquad! – I checked it out because I valued Patsi’s advice. At the time the Twitter home page question was something such as: “Let your family and friends know what you are doing now. I thought to myself: Why should they care about this and why should I join the site? Another few days later I got my business partner Yael K. Her main blog is at [link].
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JULY 12, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Social Media Strategy? Think Like a Reporter
Recent surveys have shown that while businesses are embracing social media in droves, many are doing so without any real strategy in place. In all but the smallest companies, there are often multiple individuals tweeting, networking and even contributing to the company blog. When: how often will you write new blog posts? Post on Google Buzz. Who else will be involved?
NOVEMBER 28, 2011 | WEBBIQUITY
[Business Blogging, Google] Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 | WRITING ON THE WEB
[Business Blogging, Google] Social Networking for Business: What’s Right for Yours?
AUGUST 3, 2010 | B2B MARKETING ZONE POSTS
[Business Blogging, Google] Top 47 B2B Marketing Posts - Hot Topics Ning and Facebook - July 2010
JULY 26, 2010 | WEBBIQUITY
[Business Blogging, Google] 19 New Featured Sources on the B2B Marketing Zone
JULY 26, 2010 | WRITING ON THE WEB
[Business Blogging, Google] Blog Marketing: How Readers Find Your Business
JULY 15, 2010 | WRITING ON THE WEB
[Business Blogging, Google] Content Marketing Ideas: Rethinking Blogging
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AUGUST 3, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Top 47 B2B Marketing Posts - Hot Topics Ning and Facebook - July 2010
The 20 craziest things you can do on Twitter - grow - Practical Marketing Solutions , July 7, 2010 OK, we’ve heard all the great business success stories about connecting and learning through Twitter. Like hooking their toilet up to Twitter. Simple B2B Marketing Framework - Everything Technology Marketing , July 10, 2010 We often discuss in this blog how B2B marketing is becoming more complex, and how to manage this complexity. But that’s content for another blog post. Yes, corporate blogs are an excellent resource for Lead generation.
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NOVEMBER 28, 2011 [Business Blogging, Google] Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
Sure, teenagers spend a lot of time on YouTube, but did you know that three-quarters of business executives watch work-related online videos weekly? ” Or that49% of B2B journalists write blogs, and 84% are on Twiter? by MediaPost SearchBlog Social media sites now drive more traffic to many popular sites—including Comedy Central, NFL.com and Netflix—than Google does.
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JULY 9, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Online Reputation? 4 Tips
Friday’s guest post is by Robert Stretch , author of VA Mortgage Center blog: For business people, few things are more important than reputation. In fact, having a good online reputation is essential to branding yourself or your business. By doing so, Dow Jones’ customers get the privilege of responding to blog posts, news and any mention of DJ in social networks.
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JULY 26, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Blog Marketing: How Readers Find Your Business
What’s your favorite excuse for not blogging for your business? Here are some that I hear: “I don’t have time to blog.. “My clients aren’t surfing the Web reading blogs.. “Oh, that means I’ve got to write about my business every week?. And they do go to Facebook , Twitter , and LinkedIn. Blog this on Blogger.
WRITING ON THE WEB | THURSDAY, JULY 15, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Content Marketing Ideas: Rethinking Blogging
There was a time I was in love with blogging … I had already been in the business of content marketing for 5 years on the Web, using an old-fashioned website platform. In 2004, I started blogging. But my lover wasn’t really “the blog. It was being able to speak with a world-wide audience. Writing on my blog is my way of reaching out to people looking for ways to write content on the Web so that they can get found, get known and get new business. When’s the last time you reviewed your site or blog banner? Customers rule. MORE >>
WEBBIQUITY | MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] 19 New Featured Sources on the B2B Marketing Zone
the BMZ) was officially launched a year ago as the first content aggregation hub for leading business-to-business bloggers. Should You Use Foursquare for Your Business? CK’s B2B Blog ( SMS Mobile Marketing Mix Audience ). B2B Social Media: Why Do Business Professionals Use Social Media? Writing on the Web ( Ning Advertorial Business Blogging Online Marketing Linkedin Landing Page ). How to Convert Readers into Clients on Your Blog , May 26, 2010. Why Use Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn for Content Marketing? Google. MORE >>
WRITING ON THE WEB | TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Your Business and the Web: Getting Better?
How has your business been affected by the Web? Both the quantity and quality of my business are vastly improved in terms of marketing ease, deliverability and profits. But hang on, I need to clarify my ideas first… I know people who are still doing business without the Web, saying things like, “My clients don’t spend time surfing the Internet.. “I’ve got a local business, I use Yellow Pages.. And these people are all smart professionals, they’re not idiots, they’re all busy and profitable. Blog this on Blogger. MORE >>
WRITING ON THE WEB | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 [Business Blogging, Google] Social Networking for Business: What’s Right for Yours?
The big 3: Facebook , Twitter and LinkedIn. You HAVE to be on Twitter. Will your business fall in the water if you don’t? Remember, your target audience determines where you should be and how you spend your time. If your target audience spends their day on Twitter, then that’s where you should be engaging with them. Maybe they prefer to interact there because there’s no character limit (like the 140 characters on Twitter.) You should only attend the “events that make sense for you and your business. Blog this on Blogger. MORE >>