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+ How-To: Email Creative—Standing Out From the Crowd
+ Video: The Five Rules of Great Radio—Rule 5
+ PRO-Favorite Seminar: How to Be a Social Media Strategist
+ Survey Says: Social Media, Gaming Top Online Destinations
+ Quick Take: Creating Emails Subscribers Want to Share
+ My View: Putting Content in Context
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How-To Email Creative: Standing Out From the Crowd
By Karen Talavera
With email inboxes more crowded than ever, your message's successful arrival in the recipient's inbox is half the battle. The second half of that battle is standing out from the crowd. Here are three tips that'll help you get noticed. Read More
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Video The Five Rules of Great Radio: Rule 5 [Video]
By Brent Walker
You've spent three hours climbing up the edge of a giant pizza crust. Finally reaching the top, you survey a vast plain of cheesy, saucy goodness. Dizzy with the aroma you tumble down into a pool of warm, tangy tomato sauce. Read More
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PRO PRO-Favorite Seminar: How to Be a Social Media Strategist, Not the Social Help Desk
In this member-favorite seminar, thought-leader and analyst Jeremiah Owyang presents his latest research (conducted with MarketingProfs), which uncovers six major obstacles confronting social strategists. He also discusses how to overcome those obstacles. Read More
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Survey Says
Social Media, Gaming, Email Top Online Destinations
Social networks and blogs now reach 80% of online US adults and together account for 22.5% of the time Americans spend online. That makes social media the top online category in the US, followed by online gaming, email, portals, search, and instant messaging. Read More
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Five Tips for Creating Emails That Subscribers Want to Share
Want to grow your email subscriber list? Optimize your campaigns for social sharing. Here are five tips for increasing your email word-of-mouth—and getting current subscribers to spread your content. Read More
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My View Putting Content in Context
By Ann Handley
Last week, C.C. Chapman and I spoke at the incredibly well-run first-ever Content Marketing World in Cleveland. The event itself was phenomenal. But I couldn't shake some undefined gnawing feeling. Read More
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@jaybaer Why You Need to Turn Your Content Marketing Upside Down https:////bit.ly/o2v3uA
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