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Vol. 6 , No. 34     August 21, 2007

 


In this Newsletter:

  1. We Know Our Net Promoter Score: Now What?
     
  2. Five Keys to Engaging the Customer to Produce Real Innovation (Part 1 of 3)
     
  3. The Seven Dirty Words You Can't Say in Email Subject Lines (Plus 100 Others You Shouldn't Use, Either)
     
  4. How to Brand Yourself in a Competitive Job Market: Q&A with William Arruda
     
  5. What the Web Marketer Should Know About Facebook
     
  6. 13 Winning Ways to Make Enemies in the Press
     
  7. Seven Ways Your Company Can Harness the Power of Blogs
     

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Jeanne Bliss
We Know Our Net Promoter Score: Now What?

There is a frenzied optimism on the simplicity and potency of the new NetPromoter concept. But beware, if your end game is simply pushing for the greatest NetPromoter score—know that at the end of the day this may just be the latest of your corporations' customer scoreboards.

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Leland D. Shaeffer
Five Keys to Engaging the Customer to Produce Real Innovation (Part 1 of 3)

How can marketing professionals engage the customer to produce ideas for radical innovation?

Marketing's leadership should materialize in five ways.

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Jordan Ayan
The Seven Dirty Words You Can't Say in Email Subject Lines (Plus 100 Others You Shouldn't Use, Either)

If you've ever heard George Carlin's famous "Seven Dirty Words" you can't say on TV, you can safely avoid using all seven in your subject lines. They will definitely get you blocked.

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How to Brand Yourself in a Competitive Job Market: Q&A with William Arruda

An increasingly competitive job market in recent years has led to the birth of the idea of "personal branding," as jobseekers look for ways to stand out to potential employers. One of the leaders of this burgeoning space is William Arruda, coauthor of the bestseller Career Distinction.

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Jeremiah Owyang
What the Web Marketer Should Know About Facebook

If you're responsible for the direction of your online strategies for your company or organization, you've probably been asked by your colleagues to take a look at a social network.

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13 Winning Ways to Make Enemies in the Press

Without working too hard, company management can cultivate a cadre of enemies within the press.

To do the task well, however, you should follow a set of 13 simple guidelines that will ensure that you alienate many, or most, of the Fourth Estate.

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David Felfoldi
Seven Ways Your Company Can Harness the Power of Blogs

Blogging is a phenomenon that can no longer be ignored by today's competitive companies.

So how does your company best harness the power of blogs? Here are common-use cases for any organization.

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