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Vol. 6 , No. 39     September 25, 2007

 


In this Newsletter:

  1. How to Use Effective Keyword Choices as the Foundation for a Powerhouse Web Site
     
  2. Wiki Your Way to More Search Engine Real Estate
     
  3. Marketing to Small Businesses: What You Need to Know
     
  4. Beyond the 4Ps: The 5Ts of Marketing Operations
     
  5. Five Outstanding Client Referral Tactics (and Action Steps)
     
  6. New Interest in, and New Tools for Measuring, Customer Satisfaction
     
  7. 18 Web Marketing Concepts That Make a Difference
     

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How to Use Effective Keyword Choices as the Foundation for a Powerhouse Web Site

For any online business, the goal of search engine marketing is to achieve high rankings in the major search engines for keyword phrases specific to the products or services offered.

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Ben Elowitz
Wiki Your Way to More Search Engine Real Estate

It's well known that a page-one search placement on Google, Yahoo, or MSN is imperative for driving organic traffic to your Web site. But if you're already in the enviable top spot position, is there something more you can do to gain even more traffic?

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Niti Agrawal
Marketing to Small Businesses: What You Need to Know

You might be an expert when it comes to marketing to large businesses. But selling your products and services to smaller companies requires an entirely different strategy.

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This Week's Case Study
How an Online Trader Uses Social Networking to Increase Revenue, Earn Loyalty From Clients

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Beyond the 4Ps: The 5Ts of Marketing Operations

What constitutes marketing operations?

Marketing operations adds an emerging dimension to the marketing mix. Enabled by new processes and technology, it goes beyond the 4Ps (Product, Price, Place, Promotion), and 3Cs (Customers, Competitors, Corporation), to fully round out the marketing mix.

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Daryl Logullo
Five Outstanding Client Referral Tactics (and Action Steps)

Here are five powerful referral strategies—and precise action steps—that, when used either individually or collectively, can cause a flood of new introductions.

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Tony Lopresti
New Interest in, and New Tools for Measuring, Customer Satisfaction

There's new interest in solving an age-old corporate problem of how to measure customer satisfaction. Lukcily, there are new tools for doing so, too.

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Jerry Bader
18 Web Marketing Concepts That Make a Difference

These 18 concepts will give you an edge on your competition—or an edge, period.

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