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October 15, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

SMS Ads to Become the Detective David Starsky of the Mobile Industry
Andy Beal says:

According to new predictions fromCoda Research Consultancy, the “Year of the Mobile” will be funded by search and display ads, not the current “go to” channelSMS.

In fact, SMS (text messages) are likely become the mobile equivalent of Paul Michael Glaser–once the hottest thing around, but now trying to eek out a paycheck from cameos and debt-reduction infomercials.;-)

The char

Tinu AbayomiPaul says: If you want to get explosive results from social media, one thing you’ll have to lean heavily on is your ability to be a team player. You see, one of the top reasons why people do things for you – things like submitting your site to a social bookmarking site – is because they feel you’ve added value to their lives.
The Top 100 Twitter Publishing Tools and Services
Brian Solis says:


As I was writing the report onFacebook and Twittertraffic growth, I had noticed that the engagement time at had dropped by 31 percent year-over-year.

September 2008 – 18:07

September 2009 – 26:12

Engagement Difference = -31%

I suspected that the shift in numbers stemed from the migration of those who previously interacted on and now engage via third-party clients such

What To Do When Your Site Drops
Dave Davies says:

It’s happened to all of us. You wake up one morning feeling like a million bucks, you stretch and if you’re like me, you notice the eye-rolling as once again your significant other catches you with a toothbrush dangling from your mouth and a laptop or iPhone in front of you while you check rankings and emails. And then it happens – you start your browser with a search phrase already set to display

Ad Network Platforms vs. Demand Platforms (morning link buffet) says:

A few items ClickZ’s editors are reading:

Ad Network Platforms vs. Demand Platforms(

IPG in Talks to Merge Lowe and Deutsch(MediaWeek)

Bloomberg Wins Bidding For BusinessWeekReported sale price is $2 to $5 million. (BusinessWeek)

Triggit RebornRelaunched product automates bidding on ad exchanges. (TechCrunch)

Yahoo Loses Connected TV Leader Patrick Barry(TechCrunch)

Twitter at C Level
Frank Reed says:

Kent HuffmanAs Internet marketers and social media users / practitioners we are always digging and trying to find out more. Since most of what is related to social media is happening on the fly the innovation comes more often from good intention rather than good planning. One common theme that occurs, however, is the apparent lack of understanding of social media and its business impact in the upper levels of

Patric Chan says: Anyone who can string together a bunch of words can write a salesletter but to write a great salesletter, one must know the elements that convert a prospect into a customer. Here you will find the key elements you must insert into your salesletter so that you get a high conversion rate.
Experiential Economy: Social Media Business Podcast
Laurel Papworth says:

Episode 1 of Social Media Business: What is “the experience economy” – is it the next step on from agrarian, commodity, service…? How does value – and therefore money, currency – shift when people are more willing to pay for intangible experiences than physical goods? Can we monetize something in our minds? The first episode of my new podcast, Social Media Business, looks at revenue st

concert vs record

Diamonds for me...
Social Media Monetization Models

Laurel Papworth - Social Media Business - Social Media Business

Yes, Your Company Really Does Need A Blog
Matt Tuens says:

The term has become so common that most people don’t know that “blog” is a condensed version of “weblog.” It is not a new form of communication, by any means. People have been blogging since man began painting on cave walls, really; it’s just that the tools have changed and the definitions of writing styles have evolved a bit (but just a bit). When the Internet

Malicious Banners: What’s Old Is New Again says:

The recent alarm about malicious display ads began slowly, but has rapidly gained steam.

First The New York Times was duped by a “rogue” ad buyer (a security software company) that posed as a legitimate marketer (Vonage) to sneak some spammy, deceptive ads onto Then Microsoft filedfive lawsuitsagainst so-called malvertisers. This week, Starcom Mediavest Group and some of its sister age

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