They are backed by powerful companies. And they are starting to organize. No, I’m not talking about the latest episode of Heroes. I’m talking about the people formerly known as your customers. You may be asking, “What powers do they have? I’ll be glad answer that. They are powerful. What it means: Your customers are now starting to be your competitors. Technology is giving them strength.
What it means: They can get much of what they need from each other –rather than from corporations. They are organizing as a collective. The resistance is coming from municipalities and corporations that do not espouse change and its potential impact on their traditional controls. What it means: They are connecting to each other, and are self-organizing like a organic company. The term “customer” or “consumer” is becoming antiquated.People who used to have the custom of buying from corporate entities will no longer be customers if they are enabled to get what they need from each other.
Business 2 Community - Building Deeper Business Relationships Through Engaging Communities. A blog by Prelovac Media CEO Vladimir Prelovac. Constant contact reviews. Dynamic Views: seven new ways to share your blog with the world. As we said a few weeks ago when we launched a completely rebuilt, streamlined authoring and editing experience, we’re in the process of bringing you a much improved and modernized Blogger.
The next phase of these updates starts today with seven new ways to display your blog, called Dynamic Views. Built with the latest in web technology (AJAX, HTML5 and CSS3), Dynamic Views is a unique browsing experience that will inspire your readers to explore your blog in new ways. The interactive layouts make it easier for readers to enjoy and discover your posts, loading 40 percent faster than traditional templates and bringing older entries to the surface so they seem fresh again. Dynamic Views is much more than just new templates. No two blogs are the same, so you can choose from seven different views that display text and photos differently.
10 Ways to Turn Your Blog into a Lead-Generation Machine. Sometimes when I hear companies talking about creating a "machine" for their lead-generation efforts, I think about Dr.
Seuss. Specifically, I think about all the fantastical and imaginative machines he created in his 46 children's books--like the Super-Axe-Hacker, the Utterly Sputter and (my favorite) the Eight-Nozzled Elephant-Toted Boom Blitz, a mighty machine that rapidly fires explosive sour-cherry stones. Of course in real life, businesses can't flip the switch on a Triple-Sling Jigger to instantly produce prospects. But what if you could create a kind of machine for lead generation on your own company blog, allowing it to help you continuously fill that sales funnel? Blogs are a great way to increase your digital presence, making you more visible and "findable" via Google, Bing and the like.
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Roleplayers! Philanthropists! Lend me your eyes. Charge your tankards with your favourite poison, put your feet up and feast your peepers on a 2009 free RPG review. Rediscover something old or find something new in one handy review of the year. Not surprisingly, there is rather a lot. Fantasy Adventurer A one page fantasy RPG, whose review takes longer to read than the game. Brutal Brutal has a single aim: to make a combat system that is as rich and gloopy as the congealing blood of your slain enemies. Dark Dungeon Dark Dungeon is a free fantasy RPG sitting neatly in the old school while offering a different perspective. Dungeonslayers A fast, trim, dungeon-crawling, monster-hacking, treasure-thieving game. Fear Flexible Easy And Realistic (Fear) has everything except a kitchin sink monster.
Legendary Tales Legendary Tales is a cohesive, comprehensive and brimming with ideas in the form of detail. Tales From The Wood Verge Wonderland Alice in Wonderland gone horror. World of Gainar Generic. About Quick Blogcast - Help Center. Turning Visitors into Users. Thousands of people may be visiting your site every day, but if you don’t convince them that they should be using your product, subscribing to your service, or registering in some way, then your web app’s homepage is simply not doing its job.
Successful web apps use similar formats when it comes to user interaction on their homepage. For instance, most feature an explanatory strapline that tells you what the service does, many show you screenshots of their service, and they all entice you to sign up or register with a prominently placed button. But is it really that simple? Online marketing advice that works. Blogging Tips and Social Media. Leader Networks - B2B online communities and professional networks.
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They always sound so arrogant and pompous. They are this moment in time where we’re supposed to brag about ourselves so that you think we’re worth your time.I’m worth your time. If you’re stuck having to read this to a crowd at a conference where I’m keynoting, hopefully, this will be easier. Welcome to Google Places for Business.