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  • by Eric Frenchman
    I'm probably going to get nailed from both sides of the political spectrum for this post, but I like my Google results to be as pure as Last weekend a left-wing liberal blogger (you know the kind) who Ned Lamont beat Joe Lieberman in the CT Senate Primary, posted his ... more
  • by Lewis Green
    Anita Campbell posted an interesting article on her blog, Small Business , two days ago entitled It Takes A Million-Dollar . Here are a few "Women own half of the businesses in the United States, yet less than have revenues greater than $1 Million," said Senator Hillary Clinton at last ... more
  • by Paul Barsch
    I've cajoled, poked and prodded. I've shouted from the hilltops. The silence was Last year, I wrote an article for the newsletter titled Who Comes Good to Great in which I argued that too often marketing professionals are focused on "the WHAT." tradeshows should be reviewed, t types of direct ... more
  • by Jim Kukral
    Sing it with me, to the theme from TV's Bad blog, bad blog, watcha gonna Many thanks to Ann for starting up the conversation around the blog honor I threw together last week. There's some great conversation beginning to happen about this topic (check the comments on Ann's post) from ... more
  • by Mack Collier
    If your blog accepts comments, then you have four alternatives when you receive a negative comment on your One of the biggest concerns companies have over starting a blog is how to deal with negative comments. If your blog accepts comments, then you have four alternatives when you receive a ... more
  • by Lewis Green
    Stop and think before you delete! If you don't, you risk killing your brand and ultimately your In today's marketplace, ignoring the e-mail inbox could shorten your business lifespan by killing your brand Think about Would you intentionally ignore your clients and send messages saying you don't care about them ... more
  • by Ted Mininni
    Kudos to rocker Bono and Bobby Shriver, son of Sargent and Eunice Kennedy Shriver, for conceiving Product RED, "...a global initiative whose primary objective is to engage the private sector in the fight against AIDS in Africa by chanelling funds from the sale of (RED) products to the Global to ... more
  • by Harry Joiner
    It sounds like a late night infomercial "Now! Make $300 a year working from your kitchen table in your Yesterday's Washington has Fraud Estimated at #3300ff;" an interesting about about click fraud -- and what Google and Yahoo are doing about it.  Google estimates that less that 10 percent of its ... more
  • by Gerry McGovern
    Like all great self-service organizations, knows that you should never keep the customer The July 2006 like-for-like sales for Starbucks were lower than expected. This was rare for such a high-performance company and resulted in an 11 percent decline in the share price after the news was According to Starbucks' ... more
  • by Roy Young
    I gave a presenation to 40 mid-career marketers "in transition" the past week on the topic of Seven Types of Marketing Which One Are It was clear this group could relate to my explanation about why marketing is undervalued, and the steps I recommend for getting a seat at the ... more
  • by Sara Holoubek
    "Don't think I'm stupid, but I'm writing that down," said my Stupid? I should think not, dear client! I wish this light bulb would go on more often. This is particularly true for early-stage firms where every day is a cacophony of tactics. The objectives and strategies are usually implied, ... more
  • by Spike Jones
    I'm sitting here listening to a colleague have a conversation about a college football game this weekend. He keeps referring to the team as And not only is he not on the football team .... he didn't even go to that I think it's great that he refers to the ... more
  • by Eric Frenchman
    I went out today to get the mail and lo and behold I found a blue box in my mailbox with this very tantalizing "Open for an uplifting So naturally I was excited until I realized it was a sample for an Always feminine hygiene Hold on -- did I ... more
  • by Lewis Green
    Only a decade ago, I dreamed of carefree travel and sleeping late once I That was back when I worked for a corporation and my life looked differently. Back then, I could count 1. A monthly 2. Health 3. Paid 4. Matching payments to my 5. Enough money left over ... more
  • by Andrea Learned
    This just in, and it needs little comment from me - other than that Dove continues to raise the bar in marketing to Watch this (also embedded below), and have your tween and teenage daughters watch too. Pretty powerful, When will these ads, or ones like them, run in the more
  • by Ann Handley
    One of the questions I often field comes from business owners and marketers who are thinking of launching a blog but are wondering, "What can I write A recent post by Poynter contributor Vince Maher does an excellent job of giving some guidance on businesses can write about, and, more ... more
  • by Tim Jackson
    I've got to admit that I am probably too much of a blogging nerd to be exactly qualified to comment, but MySpace really stinks. It is clunky, ugly, hard to customize and just plain functions Hi, my name is Tim. I'm a blogaholic. I'm addicted to blogahol. MySpace just isn't ... more
  • by Andrea Learned
    Katya Andresen, the author of Robin Hood , was just one of the "9 Minds On I interviewed for my newly published One of her points really resonated for me this week, so I thought I'd share that snippet from my essay (entitled, "Marketing A Just Be Passionately Non-profit marketers, ... more
  • by Ted Mininni
    Business Week magazine has launched a portable electronic version of its content called Business Week Mobile , according to a short and sweet news flash on B to B magazine's online site on September The news bulletin states that Business Week launched this service "in response to growing demand" for ... more
  • by Gerry McGovern
    Practical and functional Web sites rarely win prizes for design, but they do win sales and make Recently, I did a masterclass on Web sales with about 50 Danish Web managers. I gave them a list of issues and asked them to choose the most important ones for them. The ... more
  • by Lewis Green
    If any of you read my recent comments and posts regarding the Edelman , you discovered my hot I am intolerant of errors that should have been prevented and could have been prevented if every business decision is filtered through values that speak to honesty and I believe that the ... more
  • by Mack Collier
    Embrace the chaos, or be consumed by it. The future of the music industry lies in the hands of those labels, artists and individuals that are brave enough to relinquish control At first I wasn't sure what I'd found. A Google search for a post I was working on for ... more
  • by BL Ochman
    When it comes to blogging, nobody the blah-blah-blog talk like Edelman Public . Now Edelman has but one more strike before their new media credibility is shot Their client, the ethics-challenged biggest employer in America, has just been caught -- for the second time -- in an unethical and entirely ... more
  • by Tim Jackson
    In this crazy world of blogs and blogging, I'm pretty well known as the , or just I've spent countless hours over the past almost two years building a very loyal following of readers on my blog titled . It's gotten mentioned and featured in the bicycle industry trade publications, ... more
  • by Christina "CK" Kerley
    Riddle me this When it comes to social media, why are so many companies having such a hard time getting it Armed with budgets and ivy-league experts, why are more corporate blogs being laughed at rather than lauded? And why are blogs run by passionate individuals more popular than those ... more

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