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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #240

March 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Google: It Wasn’t Just the Hacking (And GoDaddy Hops on the Bandwagon)
Jordan McCollum says:



Ever since Google first began itsthreats to leave China(which they finallymade good on this week), it’s seemed like a bit of a logical leap to see what a hack attack had to do with the country’s government-mandated censorship—something Google agreed to when itentered the market in 2006.

But the hackers—and their target—were just one piece of the puzzle, according to an

How-To-Succeed-at-Local-Internet-Marketing
Jesse Kanclerz says: A list of detailed instructions that you can start implementing right away to get found by local customers searching online for your particular products or services.
Marketing Tips to Promote Your Business in 2010
Darren Waddell says:

After a tough 2009, the majority of small businesses have high hopes of emerging from the sales doldrums in 2010. Some 86% of small business owners expect 2010 revenues to be equal to or higher than 2009 figures, according to research firmAd-Ology. However, despite that glimmer of confidence, most small business owners don’t plan to increase their marketing budgets in the near term. In a Nov


Is Facebook Causing Syphilis?
Jordan McCollum says:



The Telegraph reports on the rise insyphilis in several English communities—cities in Britain where Facebook is the most popular.Professor Peter Kelly, director of public health in Teesside, publicly announced that they had, in fact, found a “link” between the two.

And by “link,” he means “cum hoc, ergo propter hoc.” That’s Latin for “correlatio

How-To-Use-AdWords-Ad-Scheduling
Adrian Key says: You probably already know this, but running an AdWords campaign 24 x 7 x 365 is expensive. But, wouldn’t it be amazing if you could have your ads appear only when your prospects are most likely to buy? AdWords Ad Scheduling allows you to do exactly that!
Social media: Where’s the revenue?
Charles Nicholls says:

Brand FansExamples of a real-dollar Return on Investment (ROI) from social media marketing programs are rare. Unfortunately for most ecommerce teams, having hundreds of thousands of fans often doesn’t translate into revenue.

For your CEO and CFO to take social media campaigns seriously, you need to be able to demonstrate a direct measurable impact that either reduces costs (say in reduced customer serv

84% of marketers do not measure social media Return on investment

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