Monthly Archives: February 2009

Great People + Great Blogs = Great Resources

I was reading several blog posts and felt compelled to share.  It is always amazing to realize the quality content being posted on a daily basis- especially on a local level.  So many people are willing to reach out a

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Posted in Blogging, internet marketing, networking, social media

Watch Tiger Woods Return to Golf at PGATOUR.com

One of the greatest moments in sports history is going to take place when Tiger Woods returns to the PGA Tour on Wednesday.  Golf fan or not, you have to appreciate what Tiger has done for the sport.  I was surfing Mashable.com

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Posted in internet marketing

Online Reading Favorites This Week

Below are a few online reading favorites I would like to share.  Simply click on a headline to read the full article.  Hope you enjoy! Facebook Overtakes MySpace (Again) We all knew it was just a matter of time.  At

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Posted in internet marketing, social media, twitter

Small Box and Compendium Blogware Debate

A while back I posted a blog that was a review of a Hubspot Webinar.  In that post, I mentioned that the key to a successful blog is changing up your post structure and topics on a regular basis.  Jeb

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Posted in social media

Qdoba Email Marketing Case Study

A Few days ago, I added an email marketing case study featuring a McAlister’s Deli email piece I received.  Overall, I considered this particular email campaign to be very good.  Today, I would like to share an email marketing case study on

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Mark Cuban’s Open Source Funding Environment

Seth Godin posted a link to Mark Cuban’s blog post titled “The Mark Cuban Stimulus Plan- Open Source Funding” that I just had to share today.  The concept is simple: submit comments about your business plan on Mark’s blog and

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Posted in Seth Godin

McAlister’s Deli Email Marketing Case Study

Occasionally I will get a piece of email marketing that breaks through the clutter.  Sometimes it is just a matter of  timing.  Other times it is just an excellent concept.  I received the below email marketing piece from McAlister’s Deli and

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Posted in case studies, email marketing, internet marketing

Online Reading Favorites This Week

Click on a headline to check out my online reading favorites this week: How To Friend Mom, Dad, and the Boss on Facebook…Safely Would I really want my mom to see this pic of me on Facebook?  Should I add

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Posted in facebook, internet marketing

Interactive. Multimedia. Expressions

I want to take a moment of your time to explain my blog’s theme.  Interactive.  Multimedia.  Expressions.  Interactive A blog should engage your reader and open up a two-way line of communication.  While a blog is typically someone sharing his or

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Posted in Blogging, social media

Super Bowl XLIII Recap

Wow!  Now THAT is what a Super Bowl is all about.  Phenomenal teams.  HUGE plays.  Solid halftime performance by Bruce Springsteen.  Unforgettable ending.  And of course- great commercials.  Was it the best Super Bowl ever?  Some people think so.  Vote in Super Bowl

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