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Archive for December, 2010


Twitter, Snow and Politics: Newark Mayor Shows Online Smarts

The power of Twitter for politicians has been displayed during the blizzard that hit the Northeast United States this week. While New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has come under criticism for the poor response and his lack of empathy, the Newark Mayor Cory Booker has become a national figure through his effective use of […]

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How To Create Link Bait Content

This guest post is by Brandon Connell of BrandonConnell.com. Throughout my blogging career, I’ve worked hard on my writing style. I’ve improved over time, and I’m at a point now where I believe I have perfected my ability to write link bait articles. A link bait article is an article that makes many readers want […]

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Has the Definition of a Job Changed Forever?

Has the Definition of a Job Changed Forever? This content from: Duct Tape Marketing Marketing podcast with Scott Gerber (Click to play or right click and “Save As” to download – Subscribe now via iTunes or subscribe via other RSS device (Google Listen) Image: Ed Yourdon via Flickr The current generation of students graduating from […]

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How Boring Is Your Blog?

This guest post is by Julien Smith of inoveryourhead.net Are you repeating the same things every other blogger is saying? Are your valuable visitors turning away as soon as they see what you have to offer? Is your blog great, or is it boring? How would you know? Very few blogs turn you away with […]

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5 Ways To Reward Your Community

5 Ways To Reward Your Community This content from: Duct Tape Marketing Image grabadonut via flickr This time of year, in particular, people turn their thoughts towards saying thanks to their most important personal and business relationships. Traditional gifts such as gourmet food baskets, flowers and iPads go a long way towards this goal, but […]

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Reading Wife’s Email Illegal? Man Faces Up To 5 Years

The Detroit Free Press – and most TV news – have the story of a man who went through his wife’s email when he suspected she was having an affair. Using a password protected laptop in the house he shared with his wife, the man discovered she was cheating with her ex-husband. “Leon Walker was […]

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5 Creative Solutions to Tough SEO Challenges

Posted by randfish December has been a surprisingly busy month for my email inbox, with questions on nearly every SEO subject imaginable. In answering many of these quandries, a common theme emerged – that many marketers engage in SEO challenges with a singular focus on the most common / best practice techniques and don’t stray […]

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5 Books that Taught Me To Look at Everything Differently

5 Books that Taught Me To Look at Everything Differently This content from: Duct Tape Marketing This time of year it’s customary to read lists of business books deemed best in class for the year. Today I want to share 5 books, none of which would be directly categorized as business books, that have helped […]

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2010: The Social Media Year in Review for Bloggers

2010 will be remembered as the year that social media made a big splash in the lives of business owners. If you’re someone who runs an online business, you’ll have realized that social media has joined the ranks of SEO as a must-do activity (and, for some, has started to rival the number of traffic […]

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Why Writing Every Day Isn’t Enough

This post is by Michelle of Wicked Whimsy. One of the most common pieces of advice given to aspiring writers and, by extension, bloggers is to write every day. The idea of a daily writing practice is thrown around as though it’s a cure-all for any malady. Don’t get me wrong, I try to write […]

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