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Involver: The Web's Most Trusted Social Marketing Platform

Involver: The Web's Most Trusted Social Marketing Platform
Oracle Oracle Solutions Social Relationship Management Involver Involver is Now Part of Oracle Social Relationship Management Involver and Oracle – Powering the Socially Enabled Enterprise Launch Infographic Involver, now part of Oracle, has been integrated into the Oracle Social Relationship Management (SRM) Suite. Need Help for Involver Products? The point of contact for Involver support is now through Oracle Customer Support and My Oracle Support and no longer through the Involver Support portal. Try it Request a Live Demo Watch Webcast: CMO & CIO World's Converge Watch the Webcast Video: Oracle's Vision for the Social Enabled Enterprise Watch the Video Video: Oracle Announces First One-Stop Social Platform Watch the Video What's New

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Hey Google, check out my 301s Dec 18, 2008 Every so often, you need to change the domain name for a website. This isn't something to be taken lightly as there are several implications. One of these implications is having stale pages lingering around in Google's index from the old domain. Current News Sign in to comment! Login Something has gone wrong... It seems you clicked on a bad link and stumbled upon our 404 page Advertisement HOW TO: Back Your Social Media Marketing Plan With Numbers Like any other marketing strategy, a social media marketing plan must make financial sense before implementation. And as always, measuring success is tough. So, often, marketers would just take the convenient way out by eliminating projections and ROI measurement in a proposal. The end conclusion is often a “NO” as management couldn’t see how it would improve revenue growth. This could be avoided if we knew how to use numbers to support our plan.

47 Outrageous Viral Marketing Examples over the Last Decade Over the course of the last decade, an array of viral marketing examples have come and gone with varying degrees of success. Though the term "viral" infers that the campaign is organic and self-replicating, marketers and big-name brands have begun to attempt manufacturing viral content in the hopes of increasing their brand awareness or product sales. Some feel that viral content cannot be manufactured and is only the product of organic and unpredictable forces, while a growing number of others feel that they can predict what people will be interested in, how they will share that content, and ultimately what will become viral. Though the debate rages on, the fact remains that viral marketing has evolved over the course of the last decade from a rather obscure Internet phenomenon to a massive, multi-million dollar marketing tool employed by agencies and brands the world over. With that said, let's explore some of the better examples of viral marketing in the last decade.

Rank Tracker - Track Your Search Engine Rankings Easily! Dear Fellow Website Owner, If your site depends on Google and Yahoo! placements for traffic and sales, your search engine rankings are tied directly to your bottom line. That's why you need to keep a close eye on your rankings to make sure you're near the top at all times. Now here's the question: How would you like spending as little as 2 minutes once and then see every day where you rank for hundreds of your critical web searches? Using Dual-Currency Systems for Better Revenues and Engagement [Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Matt McAllister and Jaini Shah of Offerpal Media. The article addresses issues that developers should consider when implementing virtual currencies. It focuses on the tradeoffs of how to manage two types of currencies within a game.] Virtual economies are quickly becoming as complex as real ones. As more and more developers monetize their games by selling virtual goods and services, they face many of the same issues and challenges that leaders of real-world economies must deal with every day—inflation and deflation, balance and disparity, supply and demand, security and fraud prevention—plus other challenges that are unique to the online environment.

Businesses See Social Networking as Moderately Important Email Trumps SocNets in Current Importance Asked to rate various technology tools on a scale of 1 to 7 (7 meaning extremely important and 1 not important at all), the average respondent rated social networking tools at slightly more than 4. Social networking only ranked ahead of four other tools, all of which have a social media aspect: wikis, social tagging/bookmarking, web feeds and blogs. Email was clearly ranked as most important, with an average score near 7. 4 SEO Presentations w/ Tips, Graphics + Data You Can Use NOTE: All of the slide decks in this post are free to download and distribute, as are any of the stats/graphics in them (please reference the source if you do). Hopefully they'll be helpful learning tools and will make your deck-building processes easier than mine have been! The past few weeks have been a whirlwind for me, and they're not slowing down anytime soon. Just 2 weeks ago, I jetted off to San Marino (a small country in the northeastern part of Italy) with my travel blogging wife, Hannah Smith from Distilled, Marcus Tandler + Niels Dorje of TandlerDorje, Gianluca Fiorelli and Google's Avinash Kaushik (along with several great local speakers). Below are two of my presentations from that event (Be-Wizard):

About Web Designer Wall My name is Nick La (@nickla), Toronto-based web designer and illustrator. I design stock icons, WordPress themes, illustrations and CSS websites. I’ve spoke at Future of Web Design NYC (2008 & 2010), WordCamp Toronto 2009, Frontend 2010 (Oslo, Norway), and Mad in Spain 2011 (Madrid). Most Companies Have Social Media Strategies Companies Have or Will Have Strategies As mentioned above, about three-quarters (72%) of companies currently have a social media marketing strategy. Of the 27% without a social media marketing strategy (1% were undecided), 80% plan to have one within the next 12 months. Furthermore, only 11% of companies without a strategy definitely do not plan to implement one in the next 12 months, with 9% undecided. Investments Will Grow Another three-quarters of companies (75%) plan to increase their social media investment in the next 12 months.

Quora For Business, Not Social Media Hipsters There’s a lot of talk today about Quora. It’s Robert Scoble’s fault, really. He had an opinion, changed it, and then it was up to the Internet to tell him he was wrong. Just a normal day around these parts. Personally, I don’t care how Robert Scoble uses Quora. I don’t really care how Robert Scoble does anything.

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