Monthly Archives: July 2009

Improve A Blog Today – Helping Other Bloggers

Here is a challenge for today… Find another blogger that you respect, it can be someone you know or do not know.  Then take a few minutes out of your day to help improve his or her blog.  Many people

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When A Video Goes Viral: JK Wedding Entrance Dance YouTube Video

Here is a day in the life of the Wedding Dance video on YouTube becoming viral sensation: The JK Wedding Entrance Dance video is posted on YouTube…people begin talking and sharing the link A popular blog, Outspoken Media, posts a blog titled The

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Learning About Your Customers: A Coca-Cola Case Study

I would like to share a case study on marketing that one of my co-workers at Fusework Studios, Chip McComb, shared with us today.  Check it out below: The next time you are thirsty for a Coca-Cola, you may have

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Creating Landing Pages is Important for Conversion and SEO

Continuing my trend on blogging calls to action, case studies and landing pages – today I would like to pass along a great post from Douglas Karr.  Douglas Karr is the Founder and CEO of DK New Media.  He brings an

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New Blogging Calls to Action Update

I wanted to follow up on my earlier post this month – Blogging Calls to Action – What Are Yours? to let you know that some progress has been made in this ongoing case study.  At Fusework Studios, we have come

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Facebook is Changing Online Communication Forever, Right?

So the Nielsen report is out and people are spending more time than ever on Facebook.  In fact, 87 million visitors in the month of June spent an average of 4 hours and 39 minutes on the site.  Out of

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Improve Your Blog by Analyzing “Old” Mainstream Media

ProBlogger brings up a great idea in Day #24 of the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge – analyze “old” mainstream media – particuarly magazines – to get ideas for improving your blog.  This is something that makes

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