Wed.Feb 15, 2012

Biznology

Blogging 101

Biznology

Image via Wikipedia. Yesterday, I gave a Biznology Webinar called, “Blogging 101,” that covered the basics of starting and maintaining a blog. Are you thinking about writing a blog for your company, but don’t know where to start?

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Social Intelligence adds value throughout the Stage Gate Process

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Social data is becoming increasingly important in the new product development processes of many companies. In particular, manufacturers are tapping into social conversations as they explore new product ideas in order to learn what consumers are interested in and talking about.

Trending Sources

Facebook and Google Going Big on Online Display Ads

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Feel like you saw more web banners and online ads this past year? You’re not imagining things. ComScore released its U.S. Digital Future in Focus for 2012 on Friday and it showed big brands are pushing online display ads hard.

11 LinkedIn Marketing Gems You're Missing Out On

Hubspot

We already know that LinkedIn is more effective at generating leads than Facebook or Twitter. 277% more effective , in fact.

The Marketing Landscape: Where Data and Content Merge

Understand the importance of good data and good content and how they work together to help your marketing efforts.

Create a World of Marketing Automation Through Good Content—and Imagination

Modern B2B Marketing

by Kelly Waffle “The way to get started is to quit thinking and begin doing.” These words of wisdom were spoken by Walt Disney who took his own advice and began building a world out of imagination—Disneyland—in 1955 with only 20 attractions.

The Page View's Uncertain Future

SnapApp

Lewis DVorkin, chief product officer of Forbes Media, recently analyzed a story that became viral success on the company's blog , sharing new insights about the kind of content that is truly "sticky."

Eye Tracking in B2B Marketing: Are You Catching Your Customers’ Attention?

MLT Creative

The Research: Eye-tracking studies have found that when most people view websites, they start at the upper left corner and then rush over the prominent images. So if you’re to the right of an image, you may have a better chance of being noticed than if you are to the left of it. The Research in B2B: WhichTestWon.com discusses this in one of its B2B marketing case studies.

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