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If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Adding visual interest in the form of images is a widely-used method for attracting readers to blog articles. If you’re holding back from spicing up your blog for fear of cost or (gasp) copyright infringement, here’s some advice to get you informed and comfortable with posting images: Get to Know the Terminology Unless explicitly noted, any image you find on the internet could be copyrighted, which means you could be held liable for copyright infringement. Attribution: CC BY Allows you to distribute, tweak, and/or build upon the original image for personal or commercial purposes, provided that you credit the creator.
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Fellow entrepreneurs and people interested in the business side of what I do will be interested; others probably won’t. I’m going to outline a few of the things I’ve learned in doing product launches over the years. With AONC I’ve done six of them so far (including the two non-commercial manifestos), but before that, I worked on dozens of others in my first decade of self-employment. The Basic Principle My friend Havi gave me the analogy that launching a product is like having a child. When they say, “Oh, if the morning’s not good, how about the afternoon?” The point is that a good product launch is a) a big deal, not just something that happens every day, and b) something that requires a great deal of work behind the scenes.
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But even those who are nostalgic for smelling pages before they're read can get excited about what's to come in book publishing. Obviously, predictions should be taken as just that. Just because some educated experts formulate projections based on trends and observations doesn't necessarily mean they will come to pass. Nor does it mean that if they do prove real, everything ends up exactly as stated within a specific time frame. The New Media and Social Web Guide for Business and Marketers. Enough has been said about Twitter being a great tool for local branding.
You can search followers in your geographical area, connect with them and establish a great local brand. There are thousands of success stories where Twitter has worked wonderfully well as a tool for establishing a brand locally. But creating a global brand is an altogether different ballgame. Does Twitter offer any features in order to establish your business as a leading global brand? Are its branding capabilities as effective for global brands as for local brands?
Ubiquitous Social Network Twitter is by-far the most ubiquitous social network ever-built. The point I’m making here is that Twitter’s reach is unparallel. Firepole Marketing – The definitive marketing program for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-marketers. The Keys to Success... Are In Your Pocket! Should You Even Be Blogging?!
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