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To introduce a new line of shampoo for Apotek in Sweden, ad agency Akestam Holst came up with a novel idea. A Stockholm subway billboard was rigged with sensors so the model’s hair blows around as the train arrives. Wonderful … Continued
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Talking to an acquaintance about Shark Tank recently, they said they believed the contestants had help with their presentations from seasoned pros, because they always followed a disciplined formula like you see in good copywriting. I strongly disagreed with this … Continued
A side benefit of writing a book about your service or product is it focuses your thinking and helps crystallize your mission. This helps in a myriad of ways. Here is one: Once your book is published, eventually you will … Continued
SEO, marketing and website service providers often spend a lot of time figuring out how to get their clients on board with their ideas and recommendations. But what do the client’s customers really want from a local website? Brightlocal decided … Continued
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As content and social media become increasingly important to reach elusive consumers, costs are beginning to rise.
Rachel Foster outlines three reasons to curate content in your niche.
All the lists of tech leaders to follow on Twitter are full of dudes. Here are some of the women you should be following on Twitter.
After three years of offering one price, Netflix is looking at offering a tiered pricing model. The single price approach has been very successful for them, but its day may be over. The Atlantic looks at some of the options … Continued
What if you were broke? What would you do to get some money coming in if I gave you five dollars of “seed money” and two hours to make something happen? That’s the challenge some Stanford students had as part … Continued
Matthew Ingram at Gigaom explains why Google should not be constantly blamed for the downturn in the future trends for some media.
The blogosphere is all atwitter (see what I did there) about Matt Cutts from Google saying guest blogging is not a good strategy anymore. Is that what he really said? What’s the true story? Joe and Robert from This Old … Continued
Sure, you are saving time, but that is about it.
Would you like to get closer to the real power players in your niche? Here is how to do it.
Are you using public speaking as part of your marketing mix? If not, consider ramping up some speaking appearances. There are plenty of places to speak in your own town, unless you live in Moose Jaw or Medicine Hat. Best … Continued
Do you REALLY need powerpoint? Some of the world’s greatest speakers never touch it.
Now you can target audiences on Facebook who have previously visited your website.
Wordstream put together this infographic showing the most expensive keywords on Google. © 2011 WordStream, Inc.
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