Archive: October, 2010

Live from Blog World Expo 2010: Finding Readers for Your Blog

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 14, 2010 - News

This post are my notes from the live session at Blog World Expo in Las Vegas.  Please forgive me if I misspell anything or if some of the notes don’t make sense, as I am trying to gather as much information from each speaker as I can. Quick Facts on the Session Topic: Finding Readers […]

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Live from Blog World Expo 2010: Creating Killer Content

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 14, 2010 - News

This post are my notes from the live session at Blog World Expo in Las Vegas.  Please forgive me if I misspell anything or if some of the notes don’t make sense, as I am trying to gather as much information from each speaker as I can. Quick Facts on the Session Topic: Creating Killer […]

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How to Use Twitter During Blog World Expo

Posted by Kristi Hines - October 13, 2010 - Social Media

There will be a heavy amount of tweeting going on during this week’s Blog World Expo. Here are some ideas on ways you can use Twitter during this or any event, conference, or seminar. 1. The Event #Hashtag The most important thing to keep an eye on as well as participate in during an event […]

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Wordstream’s Quality Score Management Tools Go Live

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 12, 2010 - SEM, Tools

For any Google Adwords advertiser, you know that having a great Quality Score is the key to running effective, low cost ad campaigns.  However many advertisers are always wondering how they can improve on their QS.   Well now, Wordstream has made it much easier, with their Adwords Quality Score Mangement Toolset. The new suite of […]

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My Review on “The Social Network” Movie

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 11, 2010 - News, Social Media

On Saturday, I decided to go see The Social Network with some friends.  I had heard a few reviews of the movie prior to going, but really didn’t know much about it besides that it was based on the story of Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook.  I must say after seeing the move, that […]

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A List of Useful Twitter Stats and Analytics Tools – Just for You!

Posted by Obaidul Haque - October 8, 2010 - Analytics

Without measuring your progress, you can never ensure whether your marketing efforts are headed in the right direction, right? A wonderful micro-blogging service, Twitter happens to be a powerful tool to promote your brand, products or services on the internet. And these days, everyone seems to be busy tweeting! To measure whether you are making […]

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Sphinn vs. SERPD – Interesting Numbers After Version 3 Goes Live

Posted by Kristi Hines - October 7, 2010 - Social Media

A few weeks ago, I took a look at some traffic and social sharing statistics for Digg vs. Reddit after Digg launched their new version which received a lot of backlash from members of the Digg community. This week, I decided to take a peak at the numbers between Sphinn since they have released their […]

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Making the Most Out of Your YouTube Channel

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 5, 2010 - SEM

I wanted to thank everyone who submitted their feedback on other “Making the Most Out of…” posts we should write about.  Using your suggestions, I got a number of people requesting a post on how to better utilize your YouTube channel, so that’s next. Given the fact that YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine […]

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