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December 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Best of 2009 (So Far): Twitter Tips and Tactics, Part 2
Tom Pick says: What are the four stages of Twitter enlightenment? How important is Twitter for business? How can you get more retweets and efficiently manage unfollowers? How exactly did Dell generate so much revenue by Twittering? What are the “secrets” of top corporate Twitterers?

Learn the answers to these questions and others here in more of the best blog posts and articles from last year on Twitter technique

Facebook Receives News of A Merry Christmas Indeed
Frank Reed says:

While most of us in the Internet marketing “industry” were all aghast at theFacebook privacy problem of ’09, the rest of the world could have cared less. You know those people, right? The ones who don’t live and breathe this stuff to the point that all perspective is lost? These are the ‘everyday’ Facebook users who don’t give a rip about Mark Zuckerberg and the continued search for7

Who We Are On The Social Web
Bill Alberti says:

I’m a different person at work than I am at home. I tell different jokes. I have different stories. I share different experiences with different people in different ways depending on a host of different factors (e.g., how well we know each other; where we went to school; what our shared interests may be, etc.).

The context in which I know people is different from one person, one situation to the ne

Google/AdMob Investigation: The Juicier Bits says:

Consumer and privacy advocates don’t want the Google/AdMob deal to go through. That’s not exactly a revelation.

Here’s are some details on that, or if you already know about it, skip down to “The Back Story”

Yesterday, Consumer Watchdog and the Center for Digital Democracy announced they’d sent the Federal Trade Commission a letter stating the agency should not approve Google’s proposed acquisition

Small Businesses Will Simply Become More Naturally Social
John Jantsch says:

Small Businesses Will Simply Become More Naturally Social

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small business georgetown coThis past year brands large and small rushed head on into social media marketing. They had to learn about all things Twitter, hire social media consultants and create special social media metrics and budgets. Now that hype surrounding the next new thing has settled a bit, businesses are coming around to t

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Bing/”Bee-ying” Eyeing China
Jordan McCollum says:

Bing is eyeing the biggest Internet market in the world—China. Still in beta in China, “Bee-ying” was launched back in June without the marketing push and fanfare enjoyed in the US.Reutersemailed questions to Microsoft today, and MSFT responded that they are “committed to the China market and the search market in China is the most important strategic market for Microsoft.&#

Neil Stafford says: First of all let me make it clear that success in this area is not about the number of partners you have, but how well they promote your products, make sales and bring in members for you. There are just two things you need to do and they couldn’t be simpler.
How to Write Engaging Blogs People Want to Read
Matt Tuens says:

Thomas Edison famously remarked that genius was “1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.” For bloggers this means that if you put your effort into it, you can create a blog that gathers a following. If you look at a group of bloggers, one with a worldwide following and the rest with small audiences, the former will not necessarily be the best writer, the funniest, the smartest or even the one

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