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+ How-To: Facebook Marketing—Six Reasons to Approach With Caution
+ PRO: The Truth About Leads
+ Survey Says: Fortune Global 100 Social-Media Savvy, Getting Savvier
+ My View: Five Questions (and Answers) About Social Location Marketing
+ Quick Take: Harnessing the Mobile Web—Three Strategy Considerations
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How-To Facebook Marketing: Six Reasons to Approach With Caution
By Douglas Karr
What began in a dorm room has developed into an essential business strategy. But before you jump headfirst into Facebook, consider the awesome power it wields over every account, page, and photograph. Read More
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PRO The Truth About Leads
Dan McDade shares little-known secrets that focus your lead-generation efforts, align your sales and marketing organizations, and drive revenue growth. You'll leave this seminar with 10 key steps for boosting your company's marketing performance. Join us Thursday, March 17. Read More
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Survey Says
Fortune Global 100 Social-Media Savvy, Getting Savvier
Twitter is emerging as the leading social platform among the world's largest corporations: 77% of the Fortune Global 100 have a Twitter account, whereas 61% have a Facebook page. Fully 25% use Twitter, Facebook, YouTube/video-sharing, and corporate blogs. Read More
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Quick Take
Harnessing the Mobile Web: Three Strategy Considerations
Soon, the mobile Web will be a vital channel for customer relationships and an integral part of marketers' mobile strategies, so long as it's used with clear purpose and relevance to customers. Here are three considerations when preparing your mobile initiative. Read More
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My View Five Questions (and Answers) About Social Location Marketing
By Ann Handley
Savvy marketers will ride the trend of social-media users' sharing their locations, and their opinion of those locations. To find out how, Ann interviews the author of Social Location Marketing: Outshining Your Competitors on Foursquare, Gowalla, Yelp & Other Location Sharing Sites. Read More
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By securepeo on 3/11/2011 at 12:20 AM
Due to competition (price cut) I would like to change from offering just a product to also offering a serviceówith discounted products, but also an annual service fee. Will it work? Go To Question
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