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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #172

January 17, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Networks and The Myth of Flattening Organizations
CV Harquail says:

I was excited to hear from a few social media/Enterprise 2.0 advocates after my post last week. Special thanks to Jon Husband ofWirearchy, who not only confirmed that he also has a revolutionary agenda behind his networked models of organizing but who also sent me some of his own work on the subject. I am excited to be finding more colleagues who share the vision of real social change in organizat



FTC Unsure How to Enforce Blogging Guidelines; May Target Twitter
Jordan McCollum says:

In case you’ve forgotten, 2009 was the year theFTC decided to go after mom bloggers(and other bloggers) with$11,000 finesfor not disclosing reviewed freebies, sponsored posts or other relationships with companies—or not.

Despite the fervor over the FTC’s new guidelines, the fact is that they were designed to target a specific group of bloggers—ones making a living (or just a

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

How Can Twitter Drive Leads? Rick Burnes of Hubspot
amymengel says:


How can businesses use Twitter to drive leads?Rick BurnesofHubSpotshared his thoughts at the New York Capital Region American Marketing Association’s “Twitter for Business” workshop. I snagged Rick after the presentation to ask him this one question: how can Twitter drives leads. 

Two other good tips from Rick during the presentation:

  • Companies should create a page on their Web


Cup of Joe: Wabi-sabi Isn’t that Green Stuff On Your Sushi!
Joe Hall says:

In college I got a minor in Art History, a topic that I wish I could study more. At the time I had no idea that I would one day work in the marketing industry. Now, I see tons of overlapping concepts of art and marketing. I think I will discuss some of these ideas every now and then in this weekly column. In marketing we use artists and designers every day to create ads and materials. What I am go

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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