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Archive for the 'Social Media Marketing' Category

‘Jessica Alba’s Startup Honest.com Raises $27 Million in Funding’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Jessica Alba’s Startup Honest.com Raises $27 Million in Funding”. Joann Pan says, “A little honesty goes a long way. For Jessica Alba, Golden Globe-nominated actress and founder of baby products e-retailer The Honest Company, that statement rings truer than ever. The site just secured over $27 million in funding to grow the baby products space online. And Honest.com investors have quite a portfolio, having also funded successful online retail spaces including ShoeDazzle”. Jessica Alba’s... [...]

‘How to Leverage Your Personality Type to Nail the Interview’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “How to Leverage Your Personality Type to Nail the Interview”. Mona Abdel-Halim says, “With the competition in today’s job market, you’re considered lucky if you are offered an interview. But once you’ve made it to the interview round, there’s more to consider than just dressing the part and ensuring you remember to bring extra copies of your resume. To really nail the interview — and ultimately, get the job — you need to demonstrate to the employer why you’re the best... [...]

’53 New Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “53 New Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed”. Matt Petronzio says, “Have you missed any of our new digital media resources? Well, take a break from playing Angry Birds Space on yournew iPad to catch up now with our weekly features roundup! This week we’ve covered ways to improve your vacation using social media, how to protect yourself and your work onPinterest and 10 places you’re not allowed to see on Google Maps”. 53 New Digital Media Resources You May... [...]

Review of YouTube Affiliate Domination

This is a 36-page e-book by two marketers who identify themselves only as “Art and Larry.” As is usual with such products, it is printed in large print. I always print PDFs like this “2-up” (that is, two logical pages side-by-side on a single physical page in landscape layout which cuts paper and ink usage in half without loss of readability, because the print is so big.) They divide their training into five sections:* How to place your affiliate link on other people’s videos* How to Find winners on YouTube* How to cloak the ugly affiliate link* Ways to get traffic... [...]

Add eye-catching scrolling ticker-tape ads to your WP site #ad

Scrolling ads at the top or the bottom of your web page attract the visitor’s attention. This plug-in comes with built-in support for eBay, Amazon and Clickbank. Uses the same approach as the news ticker-tapes on TV. But includes your affiliate links, cloaked and tracked. You set the color, the number of offers to scroll, your niche, the pages it should appear on, etc. Comes with unlimited domain license. Check it out here.  [...]

Create Your Own Product the Fast and Easy Way: With Social Media Traffic Storm PLR #ad

This e-book is like a “Social Media 101” course. You get to re-name it, re-brand it and customize it any way you choose to make it your own. This high-quality PLR can have you in business within hours because the writing, the graphics and banner ads to promote it are all included. If you sell into the Internet Marketing niche, you should check this out here.  [...]

‘5 Ways Spotify Is Pioneering the Hyper-Social Business Model’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “5 Ways Spotify Is Pioneering the Hyper-Social Business Model”. Patrick Salyer says, “Spotify has experienced meteoric growth since integrating with the new Facebook Open Graph in September. It is quickly becoming the leader in streaming music, an already crowded category. Spotify’s growth and its deep connection to Facebook are not coincidental either”. 5 Ways Spotify Is Pioneering the Hyper-Social Business Model Mashable.com  [...]

‘How Private Are Your Apps? Congress Investigates’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “How Private Are Your Apps? Congress Investigates”. Alex Fitzpatrick says, “Just what information is software sold in Apple‘s App Store collecting about its users? Two members of Congress are trying to find out. Reps. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) and G. K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) have sent letters to 34 top mobile software companies to find out “what, if any, information these particular apps gather, what they do with it, and what notice they provide to app users.” The companies they’ve... [...]

‘Mashable Photo Challenge: What’s In Your Laptop Bag?’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Mashable Photo Challenge: What’s In Your Laptop Bag?”. Jeremy Cabalona says, “The social web is becoming an increasingly visual place. Facebook users alone upload 250 million photosevery day. One of the things we love most at Mashable is seeing the world as our readers encounter it, through their photos and videos. For this reason, we are excited to announce a new feature on our site: the Weekly Photo Challenge. Each week we will provide a short photo prompt for inspiration,... [...]

’10 of the Weirdest Pins on Pinterest’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “10 of the Weirdest Pins on Pinterest”. Christine Erickson says, “Pinterest has quickly become a hot social site for curating themed boards for things like wedding planning, recipes and fashion. Among the pretty pin boards, there are also a lot ofweird photos that kind of make us go, “WTF?” That’s exactly the sentiment Allison Tyler had, which inspired her to create the Tumblr WTF Pinterest”. 10 of the Weirdest Pins on Pinterest Mashable.com  [...]