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Campaign Monitor - CometBird

Campaign Monitor - CometBird
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Social media monitoring tools to help our clients generate leads online. Socialping tracks anything and everything you want on Twitter. Instantly know when the world is talking about you or your product, in real time. Socialping pings you within seconds when one of your watchlist items is mentioned, and they’ll tell you via email, instant message, SMS, Twitter DM, or iPhone push. Respond and interact with those talking about you directly within Socialping. You can respond to the initial notification via SMS, instant message, or Socialping Mobile (for iPhone) – and never have to log into anything. Insights on making ideas happen Why Self-Awareness is the Secret Weapon for Habit Change by Paul Jun Real habit change comes from taking a candid look at your shortcomings. Or, as Epictetus once said: "Self-scrutiny applied with kindness." Fred Seibert: Never Compete in the Scrum by Sean Blanda

29 Marketing Checklists & Cheat Sheets to Make Life Easier Digital marketing is a multifaceted beast that evolves and gets more complicated every week. With so many different ways to reach your audience, it’s important to stay on top of the latest tactics and trends. From content strategy and social to analytics and retargeting, you’re staying up to date on it all. It’s a lot easier when you can do so with simple, easy-to-digest guides. So I’ve pulled together almost 30 cheat sheets and checklists to keep your digital marketing fresh and make your life easier.

Facebook Custom Tab Generator Custom tabs on Facebook Pages allow us to display our own HTML content inside Facebook Pages by embedding code in iframes. This is done by creating a Facebook app and providing a few parameters (like the URL where our custom HTML page is located). Here’s an example of a custom tab: Add a Custom Tab to your Facebook Page Have you tried to add a Custom Tab Application to your Facebook Page lately? Assigning property values, Cascading, and Inheritance - CometBird 6.1 Specified, computed, and actual values Once a user agent has parsed a document and constructed a document tree, it must assign, for every element in the tree, a value to every property that applies to the target media type. The final value of a property is the result of a four-step calculation: the value is determined through specification (the "specified value"), then resolved into a value that is used for inheritance (the "computed value"), then converted into an absolute value if necessary (the "used value"), and finally transformed according to the limitations of the local environment (the "actual value"). 6.1.1 Specified values

5 LinkedIn Alternatives for Your Networking Strategy When it comes to social media sites, few platforms are used for their networking juice like LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the undisputed leader in professional social networking. A report by HubSpot showed that it is a whopping 277% more effective than Facebook and Twitter at generating leads. LinkedIn is a great networking tool, but there are other options out there. This article will give you an idea of what’s available with a look at the top five alternatives. 1.

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LinkedIn Changes 2013: How To Guide for Small Business Social networks are constantly in a state of flux, much to the frustration of their users, and LinkedIn is no exception. It has seen MAJOR changes to it design over the past six months, focusing on a more streamlined personal profile and removing some of user’s favorite features. Which of these changes will impact you, as a small business owner, and how can you take advantage of them? Let’s take a look: Multimedia Gallery in Personal Profile Essential Javascript Filed: Mon, May 14 2007 under Programming|| Tags: reference tutorial javascript beginner Javascript is an interpreted language with a C like syntax. While many people brush the language off as nothing more than a browser scripting language, it actually supports many advanced concepts such as object-oriented-programing, recursion, lambda, and closures. It's a very approachable language for the beginner that quickly scales to be as powerful a tool as your skills allow. This reference will cover the basic language constructs.

Create your own social website Select a plan & sign up in 60 seconds. Upgrade, downgrade, cancel at any timeChoose either monthly or annual pricing in the next step Popular Choice Monthly PricingBased on annual billing What Separates a "Good" Outreach Email from a "Great" One? - Whiteboard Friday Outreach emails are sent for a variety of reasons, but the majority have one thing in common: they're structured too poorly to merit a reply. For every group of outreach emails we receive, usually only a few are worth opening. However, creating "good" emails may not be the toughest part. To inspire a response, you have to get to "great." But what makes a great outreach email stand out from its "good" competitors? Today, Rand walks us through what it takes to create a great outreach email and gives his tips on making sure your next outreach goes into the "great" pile rather than into the trash.

My Favorite Way to Get Links and Social Shares - Whiteboard Friday So you've got a new blog post you're ready to reveal to the interwebs. You've worked hard on the content, and now you really need to drive activity on it. If you don't have a widespread network of contacts to help you, you may need some tips to help drive that traffic. In this week's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shares his favorite way to get links and social shares, while simultaneously seeding future plans to get links automatically built for you. We'd love to hear your feedback on these processes! If you have thoughts or something to add, make sure to leave it in the comments below.

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