turn off the TV, go offline if u can, try a marker, add a logo and wait 5 minutes. This can happen daily, so be smart and do your own instant cover magazine to better face your own reality. I got my 100 years offline
*this could be a SPAM Continue
Added by ioan colbeanu on May 31, 2009 at 4:21pm —
Visit us now at Bullie Pups R Us. While others cannot ship thorugh out summer we can!
Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 31, 2009 at 12:30pm —
1000 Minutes Of Video Tutorials and World’s First Unobtrusive List Building System…both FREE
Inside you’ll get……
More than 1000 minutes of video tutorials covering almost everything you need to know about internet marketing (with Master Resale Rights!).
=> A complete syste… Continue
Added by alex alaska p on May 31, 2009 at 10:46am —
There is a girl names Bella that works at Moonshadows in Malibu. She is a hostess. Her first name is Bella. Her last name is Bella.
Bella Bella. Really. She says she is Italian. Rumor has it her name’s Mary Lou, and she is from Canada.
Welcome to California. Continue
Added by William Wanek on May 28, 2009 at 11:47am —
Perhaps this true story, which I posted on Ribblog yesterday, will prompt some discussion www.media-proinc.com/ribblog :
One of the most disheartening moments in my career occurred at a meeting between senior managers of a FORTUNE 100 company and its PR team that included me. One of the client’s people asked: “What should our CEO’s position be about . . . . ?” I was the only person shocked by the query. Indeed, the experts on both sides of the table assumed it was their role to help the CEO def… Continue
Added by John Ribbler on May 27, 2009 at 12:52pm —
Want to invite you to my webinar at MarketingProfs.com, which is followed by a Q & A.
The webinar is titled, “How to create ad campaigns that make men do what you want.” It is about creative concept development from the creative POV.
And it covers branding, positioning and direct response creative, as well as how to express those ideas in traditional as well as new media such as viral, social, and ambient.
Check it out here
Added by Steve McNamara on May 27, 2009 at 10:37am —
I have recently launched a social networking site in Tucson for profit and non profit businesses. I have also joined a slew of social media sites this year as part of The 109 Day Link Building Explosion program
. The program is based on what I call “scratch my back marketing. The whole idea is to make networking and branding the cornerstones of any social media effort.
If you are looking for backlinks the… Continue
Added by Urban a Local SEO on May 26, 2009 at 11:00pm —
Just about anyway that you would search for Do Follow blogs and lists you’ll find my website. It is usually in the top 3 and it has been there a long time. But Comment spam destroyed these lists. I would like to invite you to read The Demise of the Do Follow Lists.
It is a good example of how selfless actions of a few can hurt many!
Tucson SEO Solutions
We provide… Continue
Added by Urban a Local SEO on May 26, 2009 at 9:00pm —
THIS MY VIDEO MADE IN STOP MOTION
Added by rene bsutamante on May 23, 2009 at 3:01pm —
Luxury websites, there is not enough to meet the demand for needed luxury brand advertising by Lorre White CEO of White Light Consulting and “The Luxury Guru” an international media personality.
A luxury brand cannot just be on any site. Have you ever seen a NetJets ad on MYSPACE? Why is that? Luxury brands are sensitive to whom and what they are affiliated with. You could say that Ferrari is the Cristal of the car world, or that NetJets is the Valentino of the Fractional Jet ownership, or tha… Continue
Added by Lorre White "The Luxury Guru" on May 22, 2009 at 1:26pm —
Added by Jenslife on May 22, 2009 at 12:53pm —
I dont usually promote things when I blog but I really thing this information which I got through a linked-in group deserves mentioning.
BT Tradespace”> is an online networking /marketing site that allows free advertising to over 330,000 members run by British Telecoms. By its own description, “It brings businesses and their customers together to do business and build lasting, relevant relationships. Think of it as a people powered community that… Continue
Added by Alex Har on May 22, 2009 at 8:24am —
It’s good to see that a leading voice in marketing is thinking along the same lines as I am. On April 17 I posted “Pharma Marketing: Too Much ‘Me Too.” The May 11 issue of Advertising Age ran a lengthy article headlined titled “Big Pharma Finally Taking Big Steps to Reach Patients With Digital Media.”
The article’s key points include:
• Pharmas increased measured spending on internet media 36% to $137 million in 2008.
• Pharmas’ preferred social media include blogs, Twitter, YouTube.
• Fear of… Continue
Added by Alan Maites on May 21, 2009 at 9:44pm —
Last week at the WOMMA University conference, I was one of the leaders of the workshops focused on optimizing your Twitter performance. As a takeaway for the attendees, I sent links to a few Twitter presentations that I had created.
A few months ago, I presented Become a Twitter Ninja at a webinar sponsored by The Society
Added by Warren Sukernek on May 21, 2009 at 12:52am —
finally updating this and trying to figure out how it all works. Continue
Added by Stephanie on May 20, 2009 at 11:07pm —
Added by Pete Rabot on May 20, 2009 at 11:56am —
How to Make a Fortune Promoting Other People’s Products
By Jimmy D. Brown of “Affiliate Payraise”
There must be a reason why some affiliates succeed and some
fail, a reason why some affiliates profit moderately and some
affiliates profit substantially.
There must be a reason.
And that reason is this: “super” affiliates start, sustain and
strengthen r… Continue
Added by alex alaska p on May 19, 2009 at 11:17pm —
I was just at a MITX user experience event at Digitas and while the presenters were presenting I started to get a full understanding of what a User Experience professional is trying to accomplish in the digital space.
As it turns out User Experience professionals have very similar goals and objectives that Account Planners have. They are focused on the consumer of the website in the same way an Account Planner is focused on the consumer of a product.
What I also found interesting, were the too… Continue
Added by Ian Venskus on May 19, 2009 at 11:37am —
During this recession it has been quiet clear that Newspapers and Magazines will not last in their printed forms much longer, and that the push to online news and content has accelerated.
Media distributors have two problems right now:
1. They can’t charge a lot for banner ads because banner ads and other online “advertising techniques” don’t really work in terms of “make the logo bigger” type branding. (Fault of both advertisers and media distributors.)
2. Media Distributors have not found a… Continue
Added by Ian Venskus on May 18, 2009 at 3:36pm —
Posted on Ribblog
Companies should be more concerned about the stories they tell than the strategies they engineer, if they are serious about building and sustaining relationships with their customers.
People connect with companies, products and services when their individual stories intertwine.
“Carlos awoke. He had many things to do but felt a terrible pain in his head. His wife told him that Headache-B-Gone would solve his problem. He took… Continue
Added by John Ribbler on May 18, 2009 at 1:03pm —