The Blog Tree: New Growth. Fruit for Your RSS Feed [Infographic]

Modern Marketing

The Blog Tree: New Growth cheers about 60 active, insightful blogs launched (or significantly re-engineered) after January 1, 2009. Fruit for Your RSS Feed [Infographic] is from Eloqua’s It’s All About Revenue, a Blog Covering Business To Business Marketing.

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Inbound Marketing University | inboundmarketing.com

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Subscribe by RSS InboundMarketing.com Home News Jobs Forums University Search this site: Home Inbound Marketing University Posted May 5th, 2009 by Rick Burnes Register for IMU | Class Schedule | Professors | Student Tools | IMU Badges | Partners | Student Bulletin Board >>Click here to attend this weeks classes! **By June 15-19, 2009: Inbound Marketing University Classes June 22, 2009: Review Session and Certification Exam New feature!

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The Content Marketing Workbook | Velocity - the B2B marketing acceleration agency for technology companies

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HOME | RSS FEEDS | SITEMAP | CLIENT ZONE | CONTACT US Who we are What we do Our clients About Velocity Our blog The B2B Content Marketing Workbook.by Doug Kessler Tuesday, June 9th, 2009 Your prospects are being buffeted by a firehose of information. David Fideler says: June 12, 2009 at 2:00 am This is the single best overview I’ve yet seen on strategic B2B content marketing — and the design is fantastic.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: RSS Your Press Room for better search engine visibility

B2B Lead Generation Blog

Lee states, "Offering RSS feeds for groups of press releases creates some interesting opportunities for the distribution of optimized press releases and SEO." Link: Online Marketing Blog: RSS Your Search Engine PR - Daily Search Marketing News.

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Rick Short Explains How to Turn Staff Into Prolific Bloggers

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Subscribe to our RSS Feed Subscribe via Email Your email: Learn Inbound Marketing Inbound Marketing Software Learn how HubSpot can help turn your business into an inbound marketing machine. posted on Monday, June 29, 2009 at 10:02 AM by Jack Leblond Jack - thanks for the comment.

The Top 3 Priorities for 2010 Marketing Budgets

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About | Advertise | Submissions | Write for Us CrowdsourcedFRD Home Advertising Branding Design PR SEO-SEM Social Media Strategy More testchannel AdROCK eBooks Educational Facebook Guest Posts Twitter The Top 3 Priorities for 2010 Marketing Budgets November 2nd, 2009 | By guestblogger By Tom Pick | Online Marketing Executive | KC Associates With a lingering recession, the U.S.

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Participating in B2B Marketing Zone

B2B Marketing Zone Posts

You can subscribe to these either by email or by using an RSS Reader. The RSS feeds are linked on the right hand side. There are several ways that you can participate in this content community. Subscribe. There are two main feeds for the site: Best Of - this feed will consist of posts that are limited in number and point to the content that is the best stuff based on social signals. It will also contain a few posts that are updates on this topic hub.

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Crunchy, salty, nutritious news & views on B2B marketing for technology companies | Velocity - the B2B marketing acceleration agency for technology companies

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Home > Our blog HOME | RSS FEEDS | SITEMAP | CLIENT ZONE | CONTACT US Our blog About Velocity Our clients What we do Who we are Recent posts The white paper is dead…or is it? So click here to find out whether they changed my mind… Read more… Stan Woods | June 16th, 2009 | one comment The Content Marketing Workbook It’s here. We… Read more… Neil Stoneman | May 8th, 2009 | 4 comments Why we steal from our clients.

The Fun Theory: How to Change Behavior

The Effective Marketer

This entry was posted on Monday, November 30th, 2009 at 8:00 am and is filed under Communication , Marketing Strategy , Social Media. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0

Webinar Presentations That Suck « The Effective Marketer

The Effective Marketer

This entry was posted on Monday, May 25th, 2009 at 7:43 pm and is filed under Communication , Webinars. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0

New RSS FEED for Smashmouth - Update it NOW

Smashmouth Marketing

Tons of great features and inbound marketing goodness, but unfortunately, the one thing we can't do is redirect our old RSS feed. So our new RSS feed is below: New RSS Feed (set it up in your reader - now) This page will stay up for a few weeks, and we'll republish it to ping your reader a couple times, but eventually, damphousse.org will also be forwarded. So please, please, please, update your RSS Feeds and Bookmarks.

Eight reasons to monitor social media and a list of tools for doing it

Chris Koch

Furthermore, a vanity search cannot distinguish whether what’s being said about your brand is coming from a blogger with 2000 readers that include your most important customers or from a grad student whose RSS feed goes to his Mom. If you read this blog regularly, you know that I think that monitoring social media is one of four key aspects of a social media engagement strategy.

Marketo Sales Insight Expands Salesforce Access to Marketing Data

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a “lead feed” feature that can send “interesting moment” alerts via RSS, SMS, email, iPhone and other mobile devices. Summary: Marketo's new Sales Insight ranks prospects for sales people, based on recent Web and email activities. It lets Marketo sell seats to sales departments, which could be more lucrative than selling its core demand generation system. But I expect the sales automation vendors to take the business for themselves.

How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog

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Online Marketing Blog TopRank’s internet marketing blog on the intersection of digital PR, social and search engine marketing. Home About Resources Archives Subscribe Consulting Contact How NOT to pitch a blog 29 Comments | Posted by Lee Odden on Aug 29th, 2007 in Blog Marketing , Blogging , Online Marketing , Online PR In the past I’ve written about blogger relations offering tips on how marketers or PR professionals ought to present their story ideas to bloggers.

4 Ways to be a Better B2B Twitterer

WebMarketCentral

It's all about me" content, like the email above, will inevitably fall flat. ** technorati tags: Twitter b2b marketing Reid Carr Mark Schaefer retweets RSS feeds Brian McDermott del.icio.us There's a tremendous amount of interest in Twitter among b2b marketers.

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ReTweeting: Science or Art – Is 120 The New 140?

B2B Marketing Savvy

If you like/are interested in B2B Marketing, the Agency-Client Relationship discussion and/or other Marcom mysteries, please subscribe to my RSS feed.

Deconstructing Twitter: Analytics for Reach and Impressions

B2B Marketing Savvy

If you like/are interested in B2B Marketing, the Agency-Client Relationship discussion and/or other Marcom mysteries, please subscribe to my RSS feed.

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Social Media Success Stories

Anything Goes Marketing

Blogger: Blogging is the Differentiator Some people may have written off blogging and I admit that I have a love/hate relationship with it but in 2009 I’m definitely seeing it as even more important social media tool.

Best of 2009: Social Media Marketing, Part 1

Webbiquity

Another noteworthy post from this publication is Facebook is a Personal CRM for Baby Boomers , in which Daniel Flamberg reports on an Accenture study showing that in early 2009, “boomers posted a 59 percent increase in use of social networks; a rate of adoption 30 times faster than any other age group.&# 11 Reasons You Can’t Ignore Social Media in 2009 by Digital Labz. 7 Social Media Predictions for 2009 by Search Engine Watch.

Best of 2009 (So Far): Blogging for Business, Part 2

WebMarketCentral

operations for Econsultancy, about SEO, link building and RSS tactics for business websites and blogs. How can you keep generating fresh ideas for blog posts? Use email to extend the reach of your blog? Build links and traffic?

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Best of 2009 (So Far): SEO Guidance, Part 3

WebMarketCentral

Blog SEO: 5 Tips To Improve Ranking and Increase Traffic by PCWorld Mike Keller offers a helpful set of tips for new bloggers to optimize their blogs for search, covering basics such as variable title tags in Blogger (note: this won't work with all templates), meta tags and setting up RSS feeds.

Best of 2009 (So Far): Cool Web Tools, Part 2

WebMarketCentral

Looking for a more powerful way to share presentations online? Consolidate your online profiles and social networking presence? Create a cool Twiiter background even if you're not the artistic type? Generate word-of-word referrals? Use social media more effectively for research?

Generating Blog Traffic (and Leads) Using Email Subscriptions

The Point

Tags: B2B Marketing Blogs E-mail Installed Base Marketing Lead Management Lead Nurturing Marketing Automation RSS Social Media blog promotion email marketing enewsletters

Best of 2009 (So Far): Cool Web Tools, Part 1

WebMarketCentral

Find them all and others here in the first set of the best cool web tools for 2009. It includes features like a People Sidebar for staying in touch with your social connections, an integrated RSS feed reader, blog editor and web clipboard.

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5 Things You Can Do On Vacation If You Can't Get Work Out Of Your Mind

Smashmouth Marketing

I banged out 4 that I'll use for fillers in the future) Catch up on RSS feeds - peruse all those brilliant bloggers out there that you never have time to read Paint a picture - I've had a diagram that I've wanted to do for a presentation that has been lingering in my mind for months. Tags: art blogs marketing SEO twitter drivel rss lists

Best of 2009 (So Far): Social Media Marketing, Part 3

WebMarketCentral

While most marketers have now embraced social media for monitoring and participating in brand conversations, questions still abound. Sure, online video is hot, but how you optimize video assets? How are b2b buyers actually using social media in their research and buying decisions?

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Blogging & RSS Events

B2B Lead Generation Blog

» Blogging & RSS Events Business blogging consultant extraordinaire, Debbie Weil , just informed me that shes launching a half-day seminar on Blogging & RSS. Blogging & RSS Jumpstart Half-Day Workshop Cant make it to DC?

Spend More Time Planning your Content Strategy!

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Because of my new book, Facebook Marketing for Dummies (Wiley), which is launching next week - I have been getting a lot of emails and questions from my readers that are very focused on launching their Facebook and Twitter presence.

5 Tips for Optimizing your Facebook Marketing

Buzz Marketing for Technology

This article contains excerpts from Facebook Marketing For Dummies (September 2009, Wiley - available for pre-order on Amazon ). One of the great things about the Facebook platform is that it provides you access to a large audience of over 200 Million people worldwide at a low cost.

Lead Generation Tips - Make your Social Media Presence Known

Smashmouth Marketing

Google Reader - still the easiest RSS reader going. A while back, I read an article by Chris Brogan that discussed 19 chores we could each do daily to help us maintain an online presence. I was already doing a majority of the list, but then it got me thinking.

Lead Generation Tip - Make your Social Media Presence Known

Smashmouth Marketing

Google Reader - still the easiest RSS reader going. A while back, I read an article by Chris Brogan that discussed 19 chores we could each do daily to help us maintain an online presence. I was already doing a majority of the list, but then it got me thinking.

Time to Replace your Online News Room with Facebook!

Buzz Marketing for Technology

You can set up a Facebook Page for your business, use the Notes feature to upload all your press releases from your site automatically from your RSS feed (see chapter 5 of Facebook Marketing for Dummies ), add a bookmarking service like Del.icio.us

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Lead Generation Tip - Make Your Social Media Presence Known

Smashmouth Marketing

I've got it all decked out with columns, tabs, subjects, friends, you name it Google Reader - still the easiest RSS reader going. A while back, I read an article by Chris Brogan that discussed 19 chores we could each do daily to help us maintain an online presence.

5 Things You Can Do On Vacation If You Can't Get Work Out Of Your Mind

Smashmouth Marketing

Catch up on RSS feeds - peruse all those brilliant bloggers out there that you never have time to read. My vacation read was The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova - an incredibly told story of Dracula from both an historical perspective, a thriller, and a biographical twist.

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Web Leads - Pounce, Pause, Nurture or Wait?

Smashmouth Marketing

RSS for tweets from the clan above A few weeks ago I published a product review of LeadLander. Since then we've had a great experience using it. For what it touts itself to be, it does a great job.

Web Leads - Pounce, Pause, Nurture or Wait?

Smashmouth Marketing

RSS for tweets from the clan above. A few weeks ago I published a product review of LeadLander. Since then we've had a great experience using it. For what it touts itself to be, it does a great job.

No patience for the ROI of Social Media discussion

Buzz Marketing for Technology

These would be only accessible via the various social media outposts they use to share their story like on RSS, syndicated Blogs, Facebook, and Twitter.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Sales Leads Via RSS via Salesforce.com

B2B Lead Generation Blog

By using RSS, Woods has eliminated the time consuming task of lead notification, distribution and keeping his management team up-to-date. Instead Im notified of new leads through a variety of desktop, online, and mobile RSS aggregators." RSS requires you do something different.

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: 2 New RSS Feeds for the B2B Lead Generation Blog

B2B Lead Generation Blog

« Blueprint for Personal Lead Generation Success | Main | Tips for better webinars, webcasts and improved ROI » 2 New RSS Feeds for the B2B Lead Generation Blog I just added 2 new RSS feeds. Dont know what a RSS feed is yet? Dont know what a RSS feed is yet?

Personal Brand Organization Tips

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I tend to use a combination of Technorati alerts on my name and blog name sent directly to a special folder in my Google RSS reader. Plus I also use Tweetscan for twitter mentions and Samepoint for comment mentions all sent directly to a personal brand folder in my Google RSS Reader.

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