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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #595

March 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

You Like Me! You Really Pretend to Like Me!
Cynthia Boris says:

It’s been made clear in a hundred different white papers — the majority of people “like” a brand on Facebook in order to get coupons and deals. We all know it’s true and that’s why I nearly fell out of my chair laughing when I went to claim my free sample of MiO on Facebook.

Here’s what I found:

That statement is such a brilliant, breath of fresh air, I want

Twitter in business
Dom Bradbury says: An article in today’s London Metro paper startlingly reports that in the Global Top 10 for businesses who use
Senators to Apple: Pull DUI Checkpoint Apps
Josh Wolford says:

Apparently, it’s pile on the folks atAppleweek.  The company now finds themselves involved in two major app controversies, and it’s only Tuesday.  Yesterday, we told you about theheat Apple was taking  from gay-rights activistsfor a 4+ rated app in their app store offering to cure homosexuals through the power of Christianity.  Today, four U.S. Senators asked Apple to pull apps tha


Google, Yahoo and TRUSTe Advance Self-Reg Plans
Kate Kaye says:

New steps further the cause of self-regulation for online behavioral advertising.


The-Sale-You-Cant-Close
Mark Hunter says: We’ve all been there. After countless calls, meetings and an endless amount of work, you just can’t get the customer to say “yes” and move forward. There can be hundreds of theories and ideas as to why this happens more times than we care to admit. Let’s put all the theories aside and get to a solution you can use right now to determine if the customer is serious.
LinkedIn Hits the 100 Million Mark
Cynthia Boris says:

LinkedIn, the social media network for professionals, has reached the 100 million mark. That’s 100 million members, from 200 countries with an additional one million members (on average) joining every week.

What do you think about that? I think, who knew? LinkedIn has been the little engine that could, quietly chugging away while cousins Facebook and Twitter make all the noise. Why is that? A

Facebook Today, Reminds Me of AOL in 1998
JimWorth says: In the late 1990s, the Internet was not a fun place for the masses. It was difficult to get around, set up an email address, or share files. America Online had just begun carpet bombing the US with millions of free AOL CDROM disks delivered through the US Postal Service in an attempt to snag as many subscriptions as possible.
Google Books Deal Blocked
Doug Caverly says:

Barring more legal maneuvering, the proposed Google Books Settlement – which would have cleared the way for Google to scan, digitize, and distribute millions of works – will not stand as is. This afternoon, Judge Denny Chin rejected the settlement, agreeing with opponents that it would give Google an unfair advantage.

U.S. Circuit Judge Chin expressed his opinions in acourt documentrefr


Celebrity Tweets May Not Pay Off
Anna Maria Virzi says:

Yahoo researcher says predicting influence is not a science.


Tips-To-Develop-Uniquely-Crazy-Campaigns
Lynne Saarte says: When you are launching a new product or service, what you want is for people to start talking about it. The more buzz you generate, the better it becomes because it stirs up interest. The way to a buzz campaign is to leap out of your box and get uniquely crazy with your campaign…

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