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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #338

July 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Only 19% Trust Your Sponsored Blog Posts!
Andy Beal says:



We all know it goes on. Sometimes it’s disclosed, other times not. Sometimes it’s black and white, other times it’s more of a gray area.

What am I talking about? Paid blog posts.

According to Fleishman-Hillard’s2010 Digital Influence Index(pdf), consumers are wising up to paid/sponsored blogs posts–and they don’t like them!

If you’re given a free sample, only 24

How People Value Data
Aaron Wall says:

The other day a person contacted me about wanting to help me with ad retargeting on one of my sites, but in order to do so they would have had to have tracked my site. That would have given them tons of great information about how they could retarget all my site’s visitors around the web. And they wanted me to give that up for free in an offer which was made to sound compelling, but lacked substan



Facebook Launches New Data Permissions
CourtneyCrane says:

 

During the 2010 f8 conference, Facebook announced that it would be launching a new set of data permissions as part of the new Graph API.  The permissions themselves, while they provide more granular coverage of the data available via Facebook, aren’t really that interesting – the interesting part of the new data permissions are what Facebook grants to clients in terms of license to

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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!
iAds Appear in the Wild
Frank Reed says:



Apple’s mobile ad platform iAds are beginning to appear in apps with the ad for the Nissan Leaf leading the way. This is the same ad that was showcased by Steve Jobs during the iAd demo during the Worldwide Developers Conference last month.

MacRumors.com reports

Last week, we noted that developers had begin incorporating support for Apple’s iAd mobile advertisements into updates for their ap

Marketing Lessons From The World Cup
Rohit Bhargava says:

IMB_2010FIFAWorldCupLogoNow that the Round of 16 is over and we are down to the final 8 teams that will be playing in the Quarterfinals of the World Cup – most of the marketing that has accompanied the games has been played out and it’s a good time to try and look for some lessons from the International phenomenon that is the World Cup. To help, here is my round up of 10 of the most interesting marketing campaigns from t

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Social media policies are stupid. But your company still needs one.
ShelHoltz says:

Back in mid-January, Thomas Nelson Publishers CEO Michael Hyatt wrote a blog post titled “Five Reasons Why Your Company Doesn’t Need a Social Media Policy.”

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Paul McCarthy says: Held within are 6 key traffic generating strategies that will take your article marketing above and beyond your competition. These are simple strategies that you can apply to multiply the return on your article marketing campaigns.

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