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  • Talk to the Hand
    If you blog, you've certainly encountered your share of bizarre, offensive or spammy comments. It comes with the territory. Each of us has our own standard, and you've probably developed a list of commenting no-nos. But do your readers know what they happen to be? "I publish every reasonable (and some ... more
  • Touchscreen Mobile Phone Adoption Growing Rapidly in US
    Touchscreen mobile phone adoption in the US grew 159% during the past year to 23.8 million users in August 2009, according to a study by comScore. more
  • Getting Hot, Hot, Hotter
    Does the URL to your Web page sizzle? In a recent Bloggapedia post, online marketer Bill Hartzer reports on the Alexa Toolbar's popular Alexa Hot URLs list. According to Hartzer, the list presents "the hottest Web pages on the Internet right now," and it's updated every five minutes! That should ... more
  • Outside the Box, Inside the Pocket
    Mobile marketing isn't the unicorn it used to be. Most folks in your demo probably have a real, live phone within immediate reach for most of their waking days. And the rising popularity of iPhone and Google's Android platform and other Internet-ready smartphones are making it simple these days to ... more
  • Reports of Email's Death Exaggerated
    While some believe that the rise of Twitter and Facebook has sounded email's death knell, Jordan Cohen, writing at the Pivotal Veracity blog, disagrees. He takes issue with statements like this one from the Wall Street Journal: "Email has had a good run as [the] king of communications. But its ... more
  • Successful Selling: Hitting the Trifecta
    There are three elements to selling: access, influence and delivery. Whether you work in sales or marketing, whatever you do must impact one of those elements—that is, give you access to your customers, help you influence those customers and help you deliver on what you promise. So advises sales expert Jim ... more
  • Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word
    "AT&T customers have been complaining for months about dropped calls, spotty service, delayed text and voice messages and slow download speeds for the iPhone," says Jackie Huba in a post at the Church of the Customer Blog. In response, AT&T produced a three-minute YouTube video in which it appears that ... more
  • Want Spam With That Spam?
    A few years ago, Neil Schwartzman downloaded—but never used—the trial version of an anti-spam software program. "It turned out it was Windows-only," he explains at his blog, "so I never installed it, as I use a Mac. Have done since 1986." Following the download, he received the customary follow-up—one email to ... more
  • Asia/Pacific Search Volume Hits Record in September
    Asia/Pacific Internet users conducted 38.6 billion search queries in September 2009, a 33% increase over the previous year, according to comScore data. more
  • Newspaper Sites Attract 38% of Internet Users
    Newspaper websites attracted more than 74 million unique visitors in the third quarter of 2009, accounting for 38% of all Internet users, according to a study conducted by Nielsen Online for the Newspaper Association of America (NAA). more
  • Enjoy Some Good Holiday Cheese
    As the goblins and ghouls out there munch away on their Halloween bounty, fond memories arise of one apparition we saw a lot of this season—the Monster Mash JibJab "sendable." The e-card uses facial-recognition technology to seamlessly attach the faces of your friends or family to the body of a monster. ... more
  • Shift to Mobile Web Means Marketing Opportunities
    As mobile devices mature, consumers are shifting their online search habits away from the desktop toward mobile, and so changing the game for online advertisers and search marketers more
  • Is He a Searcher or a Sleaze?
    As B2B companies boost their search-marketing efforts, SEO experts are in greater demand. And why not? With search one of the few bright spots in advertising these days, it stands to reason that optimizers who know how to get the job done are a precious commodity. But in a recent ... more
  • Cut the Loopholes
    Knowing that Hilton Hotels offers a best-rate guarantee, Hilton HHonors member Randall Gellens booked a room in Rome at the lowest available rate of €168. When he found a better price—€139—for what appeared to be an identical reservation through a third-party travel site, he expected to receive the compensation Hilton ... more
  • Politicians Deemed Worst Endorsers
    Almost two in five (37%) of US adults think politicians are the least credible and persuasive spokespeople for a product. more
  • SMBs to Boost Twitter Use for Marketing
    Some 9% of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) use Twitter to market their business, and 32% of SMBs say they plan to include social media in their marketing mix over the next year. more
  • So, the Recession Is a Good Thing?
    While acknowledging the damage this recession has done to the personal and professional lives of so many people, Freddie Laker also argues that our dark economic cloud has brought with it a significant silver lining for marketers. "I think this might be the best thing that has happened to our industry ... more
  • Polish Your Brand With Co-Creation
    "A revolution in both marketing thought and practice is at hand," say three researchers in an interesting new report on brand marketing. In their research, these authors examined "consumer co-creation in an empirical context"—specifically, creative consumer behavior in nine brand communities across a wide array of products, including Apple Newton (a ... more
  • D0n't Do T.his
    If you visit political blogs, you may have noticed that some bloggers try to outsmart content filters that flag incendiary words by substituting numbers and symbols for letters (e.g., pr0p@ganda), or by inserting periods or spaces where they don't belong within words (e.g., m.orons). Unfortunately, says Karl Foxley, he has begun to ... more
  • Fall TV Drives Record Online Video Viewing
    The fall TV season premieres attracted record online viewership in September, with nearly 26 billion videos delivered to 168 million US Internet users during the month. more
  • Oh, so That's How It Works
    It's happening less often these days, but you probably still encounter executives or colleagues who have trouble wrapping their heads around newer technology—how something works, for instance, and what it can do for them. So if you find yourself trying to explain the ins and outs of Google Analytics to ... more
  • Don't Leave Me This Way
    It's the bane of every retailer with an online store—somewhere between adding products to shopping carts and finalizing their purchases, some customers vanish into thin air. According to Brendan Regan at the FutureNow blog, they abandon their carts for various reasons. Here are a few: They thought ... more
  • I Prefer a Smooth Blend
    To be free or not to be free? That is the question many content providers are asking these days. Says SEO Book author Aaron Wall in a Search Engine Land article: "Free content can spread far and get many links, but it won't produce any revenue directly. If it is paid, ... more
  • Mind the Big Three Be's
    Fun fact: Only 13% of the mobile market has an iPhone. That sounds like plenty when you consider how long the phone's been available, but it merits remembering that the vast majority of users—and possibly many in your demo—still don't have one. So how to wiggle into the pockets ... more
  • Are You That Into Me?
    "During the sales process [with potential email service providers] you will meet rainmakers, executives, subject-matter experts, high-level technical support, and creative directors and so on," says Bryan Stapp in a post at the Loud Amplifier Marketing blog. "The real question is: Who is going to be there after the contract ... more

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