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This Week's Marketing How-To

Four Controversial Questions About LinkedIn (and How to Resolve Them)

By Jason Alba. Of course you know what LinkedIn is—you already have an account, right? So what's the next step? Get the full story >

Case Study

How a Niche Web Site's 'Telechats' Increased Credibility, Visibility and Google PageRank

Location: Los Angeles
Industry: Publishing, B2C
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This Week's Top Articles

How Marketing Can Earn a Seat at the Revenue Table
By Phil Fernandez. What can marketers do to be seen as part of a machine that drives revenue, not just the people who buy swag? Get the full story >

The 10 Biggest Business Blunders (and How You Can Avoid Them)
By David Finkel and Diane Kennedy. How can you avoid the 10 biggest business blunders? Get the full story >

MarketingProfs Video: Seesmic Presages Video as a Personal Communication Tool
By Matt Dickman. What do you get when you combine video, social networking, micromedia, and a very savvy French entrepreneur? Get the full story >

MarketingProfs 'Classic Truths': Top Five Do's and Don'ts of Opt-In Email List Building
By Teri Dahlbeck. There are five key points to consider (and five glaring points to avoid) when creating opt-in lists from the get-go. Get the full story >

MarketingProfs Online Seminars

Jack Trout on Worldwide Positioning: An Encore Presentation
November 28

A Note to Readers
from Ann Handley
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