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The techniques that are effective to keep and get new customers continues to radically change. In 2012, they will evolve even more. Here is what’s going to be hot (and what’s not) in the year to come. 1. Direct Selling Not: It used to be that every sales effort started from picking up the phone to “cold call” an industry list. Hot or Not: Sales and Marketing Trends in 2012
Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster. A beautifully designed icon is the perfect way to represent your product or service, and they always come in handy whether you want to place them on your blog or want to represent yourself in an outstanding manner. A comprehensively designed icon can provide your user with the memorable metaphors and illustrations, even sometimes users only remember the icon they saw on the website. The Ultimate (Fresh) Collection Of High-Quality Free Social Media Icon Sets
HOW TO: Measure the ROI of a Content Marketing Strategy
Agent Wildfire - Social Media and The Food Industry
Small Business Social Media Statistics | Micro business Perspectives
foodbizwiz.com - powered by FeedBurner One of my friends, who works in a large corporation, recently came back from a business trip to…Kazakhstan. To us Americans, Kazakhstan seems like such a remote part of the world, and few of us have ever been there, or even know any more about this country than what the capital is, if that (it’s Astana, by the way). I really enjoyed all her stories, just like I enjoy all stories about places far away that I’d like to visit one day. She mentioned a few interesting points that I thought I’d share with you just in case you ever have the opportunity to go to this fascinating country on business. It’s probably no surprise to you that their culture is much different from ours. 1.
How to Create a Facebook Landing Page (HTML / iFrame Edition)
How to Create a Facebook Page and Landing Page (UPDATED!) One of the most popular blog posts I’ve ever written was THE Blogger’s Guide to Facebook. It has been viewed over 20,000 times and the videos within that post have accumulated over 120,000 views. Unfortunately, those videos are now outdated. Facebook, as many of you know, loves to update and change things around – so my walkthroughs for creating a Facebook page and creating a Facebook landing page are a bit off. Several people have requested that I reshoot these videos and publish updated versions. I just finished, and here they are!
If you landed on this post, please note that there is an updated post that has everything you need to know about the new TIMELINE Format for Facebook. Please click on this link to check out Timeline for Facebook Pages: The Complete Guide. Over the last month, I’ve been trying to figure out how to best utilize Facebook as a blogger. To be more specific, I wanted to focus on what Facebook could offer me as far as: THE Blogger's Guide to Facebook
Facebook Fan Page Marketing Tips (Hubspot.com) Apr 202011 Marketing on Facebook – Effectively Building and Using your Facebook Page I recently attended a webinar put on by http://www.hubspot.com/ . Have to say, they have some awesome webinars – very informative, particularly on social media marketing. This webinar was called “How Marketers Succeed in a Social World“, speakers were Mike Volpe, VP of Marketing at Hubspot, and Victoria Ransom, Founder and CEO of Wildfire.
Avoid getting the FAIL stamp on your landing pages In our free marketing eBook “101 Landing Page Optimization Tips“, I discussed building good habits by creating a best practices checklist for your landing pages. It can be a great way to ensure you don’t repeat your mistakes. However, best practices are only as good as your understanding of them, and sometimes the way to become a better marketer or designer is simply to learn what not to do. Our list of classic landing page blunders will help you avoid stepping in what can be considered the advertising equivalent of doggy doo. Marketing FAIL – 7 Newbie Landing Page Mistakes
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Guy Kawasaki, Enchantment author and Big Break judge, offers 10 tips for creating a captivating Facebook Page for your business. May 11, 2011 The process of creating a deep, delightful, mutually beneficial and voluntary relationship with customers is called enchanting them. From Dale Carnegie to Robert Cialdini, people have explained how to make this happen, and now there’s another tool for you to use. How To Use Facebook To Enchant Your Customers
Due to all of the recent changes at Facebook the original instructions are a bit dated. Here if a brief overview of the new registration process. First click the link below to register your MerchantCircle listing URL with your Facebook account. Once you have registered you MerchantCircle listing, Click the link below to add the MerchantCircle Review Tab to your Facebook page. Display Your MerchantCircle Reviews, Blogs and Coupons on your Facebook business page. This Facebook Application accesses your name, the Facebook ID of the Facebook business page bieng registered and the MerchantCircle URL you provide. SEO Web Designs - » MerchantCircle Facebook Applications
This is how companies die, how brands wither and, more cheefully in the other direction, how careers are made. Gradually, because every day opportunities are missed, little bits of value are lost, customers become unentranced. We don't notice so much, because hey, there's a profit. Profit covers many sins. Of course, one day, once the foundation is rotted and the support is gone, so is the profit. Suddenly, apparently quite suddenly, it all falls apart.
Elements of a Good LinkedIn Recommendation I just updated my LinkedIn profile to reflect my role as president of New Marketing Labs, and to make sure all my information there was fresh and up to date. I talked with some folks on Twitter about this process and they were surprised to see that I had over 100 recommendations. They asked how I got them, and I responded with my secret: I asked for them.
Seesmic has been acquired by HootSuite and as of March 2013, the Seesmic website is no longer supported. But HootSuite welcomes all Seesmic users into our nest! Here’s how you can start using HootSuite today. Making the transition to HootSuite:
Ross Kimbarovsky is the co-founder of crowdSPRING, a community of 43,000+ graphic designers that helps small businesses from around the world with graphic design needs. You can follow Ross on Twitter @rosskimbarovsky and @crowdSPRING. Capacity - especially to plan and execute effective marketing strategies - is a big challenge for every small business. In this post, I'll offer 10 suggestions for how small businesses can supercharge their marketing efforts by leveraging social media. For each suggestion, I will discuss a basic strategy - for those who simply want to get their toes wet, as well as an advanced strategy - for those who want to spend a bit more time and go a bit deeper in their social media marketing efforts.
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