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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

‘Twitter Drives New Insights in the Social Sciences’ – ‘ReadWriteWeb’

The latest post on ‘ReadWriteWeb’ is titled “Twitter Drives New Insights in the Social Sciences”. Dave Copeland says, “Twitter, Facebook and other online social networks are letting scientists take their research out of the lab and into the real world. Their research could radically change the way we view ourselves and the people around us”. Twitter Drives New Insights in the Social Sciences ReadWriteWeb  [...]

‘5 Ways to Get Email Overload Under Control’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “5 Ways to Get Email Overload Under Control”. Dmitri Leonov says, “If you’re like most people with a connection to the internet and a job that requires you interact via email, then you probably know what email hell feels like. The only good news is that you’re not alone. In fact, the average person gets more than one hundred emails per day. The bad news is it’s not getting bette”. 5 Ways to Get Email Overload Under Control Mashable.com  [...]

‘Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Some Video Marketing Standards’ by Andy Jenkins

Andy Jenkins’ latest blog post is titled “Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Some Video Marketing Standards”. Jenkins says, “How many times have people urged you to “think out of the box”? This is actually kind of confusing for a lot of people because when you think about it, who defines the box?  What ”. Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Some Video Marketing Standards Andy Jenkins’ Blog  [...]

Snappy upbeat music for your website, product or webinar intro #ad

Make your videos, webinars and poscasts, etc, more appealing with high-quality music tracks, composed by a professional film musician and presented in the Warrior forum by Joe Finn. Three compositions are available, each in multiple versions. Listen to these samples:  Sample #1  Sample #2   Sample #3 Choose any of these three themes you like, or choose them all for just $15. For each, you get a set of sound files, an opener, a closure, several transitions and a loop that lasts an indefinite length. Use this music is any projects you may have, and as many projects as you may have,... [...]

‘Email Segmentation: Targeted program reduces advertising costs 73%, leads to 3,000% ROI’ – MarketingSherpa Case Study

MarketingSherpa has released a case study entitled “Email Segmentation: Targeted program reduces advertising costs 73%, leads to 3,000% ROI”. David Kirkpatrick says, “Segmenting a database and using those segmented audiences for targeted email efforts is an effective marketing strategy. To accomplish this, at least two elements have to be in place — the database must be large enough to warrant segmentation, and each record must contain enough data to conduct the segmentation. See how one healthcare company overcame the challenge of reaching its audience, grew its email... [...]

‘New Contest – Get Your Video on the New SEOmoz YouTube Channel!’ – ‘SEOmoz’ Blog

The latest ‘SEOmoz’ blog post is titled “New Contest – Get Your Video on the New SEOmoz YouTube Channel!”. Ruth Burr says, “We’re excited to announce the new SEOmoz YouTube channel! Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/moz. We’ve added a bunch of our video content from the last couple of years, including Whiteboard Friday and our just-for-fun videos like Aaron’s First Day”. New Contest – Get Your Video on the New SEOmoz YouTube Channel! SEOmoz  [...]

‘6 Enduring Marketing Lessons from the Ironman World Championship’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

The latest post on ‘Copyblogger’ Blog is titled “6 Enduring Marketing Lessons from  the Ironman World Championship”. Brian Gardner says, “Could you swim 2.4 miles? How about bike 112 miles? Or run 26.2 miles? What about doing all three, one right after the other? Now, if you can imagine doing this in temperatures well in excess of 100 degrees, you’ll understand what truly makes an Ironman, as well as what defines the Ironman”. 6 Enduring Marketing Lessons from  the Ironman World Championship ‘Copyblogger’ Blog  [...]

“EU Cookie Cop” may save your site from being banned, and you from a fine #ad

The European Union has just enacted a law requiring all websites accessed by EU citizens to notify visitors that the site may place cookies on the visitor’s computer, and then get the consent (or implied consent) of the visitor to do so before placing that cookie. You may not even realize all the cookies your site places. If you have ads on your site, for example, those ads may place cookies that you will be liable for. Do you use Google analytics? That places more cookies. In fact, the list of cookie creators is long. Sites that fail to give the proper warning and receive the proper consent... [...]

‘Google buying social (Facebook) campaign vendor Wildfire continues consolidation of social platform vendors’ – ‘The Forrester Blog’

The latest article on ‘The Forrester Blog’ is titled “Google buying social (Facebook) campaign vendor Wildfire continues consolidation of social platform vendors”. Zachary Reiss-Davis says, “A few minutes ago, Wildfire Interactive was purchased by Google for a reported $250 million.  Of course, this is a lot of money, and great exit for Wildfire investors, but what does it mean for social marketers, especially B2B social marketers?  It is part of an ongoing trend of consolidation as many of smaller vendors have been bought by major companies in the industry such as Salesforce.com,... [...]

‘Another Affiliate Summit Sell Out, Monetizing Blogs, and @JeremyPalmer Moves to Austin’ by Shawn Collins

Shawn Collins’ latest blog post is titled “Another Affiliate Summit Sell Out, Monetizing Blogs, and @JeremyPalmer Moves to Austin”. Collins Says, “This week on the Affiliate Thing podcast (listen to the latest Affiliate Thing), Shawn Collins and Lisa Picarille talked about Affiliate Summit East 2012 selling out, parties in NYC, remembering Kozmo.com, and Jeremy Palmer moves to Austin. They also talked about Rakuten LinkShare starting up office hours for affiliate managers, how to monetize a blog”. Another Affiliate Summit Sell Out, Monetizing Blogs, and @JeremyPalmer Moves to Austin Shawn... [...]