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Marketing Sherpa's 2009-2010 B2B Marketing Report

Posted by Scott April 1, 2010

The PDF below contains an excerpt of Marketing Sherpa's new B2B Marketing report. It includes 6 highlights from "the most comprehensive study available of B2B marketing at a crossroads".

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Landing Pages: What they are and why you need one

Posted by Scott March 19, 2010

What is a Landing Page? Why do you NEED one? Rebecca from SEOmoz has a great article: “Enter the custom landing page. It's a web site's stand-in for ambassador, concierge, and superstar salesperson rolled into one.

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LinkedIn for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME's) - A Good Video Covers the Fundamentals

Posted by Scott March 10, 2010

Here is a well done video that shows the power of LinkedIn. LinkedIn is probably the best social tool for small and medium businesses. Check out the video here: http://dotsub.com/view/1ac648cb-a41c-4d40-94a0-8ffe7207f9bb

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Using Temporary Websites for Immediate Impact

Posted by Scott March 8, 2010

Often clients come to us with the need for an online web presence – STAT!! While the process to create an entire web site doesn’t allow for us to provide a complete new website rollout on short notice, the increasingly popular alternative is to create a Temporary Website.

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Stars Make Google Search More Personal

Posted by Scott March 5, 2010

Google talks about a new search feature on their blog:

We've long believed that personalization makes search more relevant and fun. For nearly five years, we've been tailoring results with personalized search. Today we're announcing a new feature in search that makes it easier for you to mark and rediscover your favorite web content — stars.

With stars, you can simply click the star marker on any search result or map and the next time you perform a search, that item will appear in a special list right at the top of your results when relevant. That means if you star the official websites for your favorite football teams, you might see those results right at the top of your next search for [nfl].

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Facebook Launches "Promote your Post"

Posted by Scott March 2, 2010

Facebook appears to either be rolling out or testing a feature that lets Facebook Page owners promote specific posts. When you make an update, a link that says, "Promote" can be found by the links for "Comment" and "Like".

Once you click that Promote link, it brings up a dialogue box, which asks you to create an ad, with targeting descriptions, the ad duration, and the maximum price of "Up to $50.00 USD".

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Facebook's Project Titan: A Full Featured Webmail Product

Posted by Scott February 26, 2010

Facebook is completely rewriting their messaging product and is preparing to launch a fully featured webmail product in its place, according to a source with knowledge of the product. Internally it's known as Project Titan. Or, unofficially and perhaps over-enthusiastically, the Gmail killer.

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Free Inspiration and Insight

Posted by Scott February 3, 2010

The following is an entry from marketing guru Seth Godin's blog.

The Lemonade movie is so professional, engaging and inspiring that you've probably already seen it. If not, here it is.

Todd Sattersten has written a free ebook about pricing that's well worth the time it takes to review. It will change the way you think about pricing.

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Hey, John Sargent, CEO of Macmillan Books, Screw You!

Posted by Scott February 1, 2010

In this blog piece, Business Insider CEO & Editor-in-Chief shares his thoughts on e-book pricin

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Big-Time Predictions From E-mail Marketing Heavyweights

Posted by Scott January 28, 2010

The following is an excerpt of an article by over at ClickZ.com.

Sick of hearing e-mail is dead? Misguided musings on how social will make e-mail irrelevant? Me too.

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