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November 13, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Smartphones: Taking Over the World in 2011
Jordan McCollum says:

2010 year of the mobileWe talk and think a lot about mobile marketing. But frankly, only a small proportion of cell phone users have devices that are equipped for any substantial web interfacing. But that may soon change—Nielsen predicts that smartphones will make up the majority of the cell phone market in two years.

MediaPost reportsthat by mid-2011, half of cell phone subscribers, about 150M people, will be usin


Seafood Industry Fights NYT Story with AdWords Campaign says:

A few stories ClickZ’s editors are reading:

Seafood Industry Fights NYT Story with AdWords Campaign(Nieman Journalism Lab)

Wrigley Drops Tribal DDB, Digitas and for Digital(AdAge)

Murdoch could block Google searches entirely(Guardian)

AOL Laying Off 100 Today(ValleyWag)

Twitter Hit Sh*t My Dad Says Heads to TV(Hollywood Reporter)

RIM Unveils Advertising, Payment and Location Services for Blac

Platforms Change, Marketing is the Same
John Jantsch says:

Platforms Change, Marketing is the Same

This content from:Duct Tape Marketing

The video below, staged by the Business Marketing Association (BMA) during their annual conference, should be shown to every business marketer alive. It’s an update on the classic McGraw Hill ad known widely as “Man in a Chair.”

I saw this a few months ago, but I was prompted to bring it to your attention by a tweet f

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Mark Hunter says: Discounting is for losers…In order to achieve the highest potential possible a salesperson needs to believe in their pricing as much as they believe in their selling skills.
The SEO’s Toolkit Part Two of Three: Tools
Dave Davies says:

Welcome to part two of this three part series on SEO tools and resources. In the last article we discussed the variety ofFirefox extensionsused for SEO. In this article we’ll discuss some of the free and affordable tools you can use to better your organic optimization efforts. To make sure that when I say affordable I mean for virtually everyone I’m going to set the bar at $100/yr or ownership. Ad

Facebook Keeps Someone Out of Jail (For Once)
Jordan McCollum says:

624824_restrainedUsually, when we see Facebook and arrest in a story, the story is filed under The World’s Dumbest Criminals. Like the guy thatmade fun of his DUI chargesby posting pictures of himself in a jailbird costume. Or the burglar whologged into his Facebook accountat the victim’s home. Or the woman who violated a restraining order bypoking her victim.

But this time, Facebook is finally saving s

Google Adds Analytics to DoubleClick for Advertisers says:

Google hasunveiled two incremental changes to DoubleClickfor media planning and analytics. It’s all part of Google’s hope to attract more display ad dollars.

The company described its new DFA Analytics tool as similar to Google Analytics. It will allow marketers to get regular campaign performance updates, in chart and graph form, and broken down by advertiser, campaigns, site, etc.

Also, for media

Social Media and College Football Nirvana
Bryan Howland says:

Along with millions of other Americans, I enjoy following college football.  My team?  The Nebraska Cornhuskers.


I recently attended a game in Lincoln and couldn’t help noticing (and evaluating) their social media content and implementation leading up to, during and after game day.  My impression is that while the NU athletic department does an excellent job producing compell

Tinu AbayomiPaul says: I love to see things blow up as long as I know no one really got hurt – not just in movies but in website promotion. And an intelligent social media strategy won’t just get you several thousand links from various social sites. It can bring you premium web visibility, more targeted visitors, and bring you closer to your existing audience.
The SEO’s Toolkit Part Three of Three: Resources
Dave Davies says:

Welcome to part three of this three part series on SEO tools and resources. In the last two articles we discussed the variety ofFirefox extensionsused for SEO as well as an assortment of otherfree or affordable SEO tools. In this article we’ll discuss some of the resources you’ll want to access on a regular basis to keep up to date and informed on the goings-on in the search engine and SEO realm.


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