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+ How-To: How Not to Craft a Professional Bio
+ Slide Show: How Brands Are Using Mobile to Win at Shelf
+ PRO: Improve Your Blog With SmartTools—Blog Marketing
+ Survey Says: Mobile Shoppers Reveal Frustrations via Social Media
+ Quick Take: Online Trends to Factor Into Your 2012 Business Plan
+ My View: A Free Action Plan for Converting Visitors Into Leads
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How-To How Not to Craft a Professional Bio
By Mike Russell
How effective is your professional bio at building reputation, gaining clients, and generating income? Here are five detailed critiques of real-life professional bios that'll help you avoid common pitfalls in your own bios. Read More
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Slideshow How Retailers and Brands Are Using Mobile to Win at Shelf... and Beyond [Slide Show]
By Rick Gardinier
This holiday season, leading brands are capitalizing on the mobile boom. Is your brand following suit? If your brand hasn't quite cracked the mobile code yet, learn four quick points (with takeaways) that'll help you win at the shelf. Read More
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PRO Improve Your Blog With SmartTools: Blog Marketing
Make the most of your blogging efforts with SmartTools: Blog Marketing—the quick-and-easy online service with a step-by-step blueprint for creating a blog that attracts new business, engages current customers, and effectively communicates your value proposition. Read More
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Survey Says
Social Media Chatter Reveals Mobile Shoppers' Frustrations
Many consumers are unhappy with recent mobile shopping experiences. Among social media conversations related to mobile shopping over the Thanksgiving weekend of 2011, 58% expressed praise for mobile commerce, but 41% reflected frustration with mobile experiences. Read More
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Five Internet Trends to Factor Into Your 2012 Business Plan
As 2011 winds down, it's time to look ahead to what 2012 will bring. What online trends could affect your marketing efforts in the coming year? Here are five trends all B2B marketers should pay attention to. Read More
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My View Stocking Stuffer Friday: Free Five-Day Action Plan for Converting Visitors Into Leads and Sales
By Verónica Maria Jarski
It's that time again. MarketingProfs is giving away another exciting freebie—a five-day action plan for converting site visitors into leads and sales. All you have to do is take this easy-peasy quiz. Read More
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By AriRose 2/14/2011 at 1:48 PM
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