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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #362

July 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Who’s Reputation is Worse Than a Member of Congress? Advertisers, Of Course!
Frank Reed says:

Advertising suffers from a reputation problem. Here at Marketing Pilgrim we are very interested inonline reputation managementbut even the best social media monitoring tools can’t help some industries. Of course, when you spend years simply ignoring how poorly you are viewed by the public in general, it doesn’t help. This is how the advertising industry has put together its stellar reputation

Top Public Figures That Influence Purchases
Bill Hartzer says:

Top 10 People Who Influence What Americans Buy

As the effects of the global recession linger, consumers are changing the way they shop, becoming more budget-conscious, eco-aware and cause-oriented, while paying greater attention to what, why and from who they are buying.Arnold Worldwidehas named the top ten public figures, across entertainment, business and politics, who are helping to promote the

Being Healthily Skeptical About Social Media is Healthy
MarkEvans says:

Given all the enthusiasm about social media, a lot of companies are scrambling to climb on the bandwagon.

Far too often, however, companies are jumping into social media with a strategic plan or, for that matter, clear reasons about why they want to do social media and what they hope to get out of it.

Ask Asks If the Human Element Will Help Its Search Business
Frank Reed says:

Ask has always been the red-headed stepchild of the search industry. It’s always lurking in the shadows as the #4 search engine and usually gets a mention in search share only if there was significant up or down movement. Accounting has the Big 4 but search only has the Big 3 which is soon to be the Big 2 ½ or something once bing and Yahoo fully consummate their relationship. Ask is usually not

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How Can You Learn Marketing From The Grateful Dead?
Lee Odden says:

Sometimes we learn best about doing things in new and innovative ways by understanding them in terms of something we already know. Stories provide useful context and perspective and that’s exactly what David Meerman Scott has done with his latest book that’s just been announced: “Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in

Want More Comments on Your Blog? Spend Less Time There
Daniel Hindin says:

Kara Vanskike, a reader of Spin Sucks, the blog I manage, sent me an email recently saying:

Our bloghas been up and running for about a year and a half.  We know it’s being read through analytics and in person comments, but we really struggle to get people to comment on the posts.”

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