Monthly Archives: August 2010

5 for Friday, August 27

Frequency. Reach. Yield – this is a useful way to distill social media measurement into something your company can measure. Although I missed buzz2010, Olivier Blanchard’s slide deck provides the takeaways you can show your internal skeptics to help them

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5 for Friday, August 27

Frequency. Reach. Yield – this is a useful way to distill social media measurement into something your company can measure. Although I missed buzz2010, Olivier Blanchard’s slide deck provides the takeaways you can show your internal skeptics to help them

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Five for Friday, August 20th

Happy Friday everyone. Just wanted to share that I participated in #kaizenblog chat this morning, a wonderful Twitter chat focused on taking action – advantages and disadvantages. I recommend checking out the transcript Smart phones are taking over and we’re going

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Five for Friday, August 20th

Happy Friday everyone. Just wanted to share that I participated in #kaizenblog chat this morning, a wonderful Twitter chat focused on taking action – advantages and disadvantages. I recommend checking out the transcript Smart phones are taking over and we’re going

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5 for Friday, August 13th

It’s another Friday the 13th, but what a beautiful one it is here in Portland. A perfect summer day shaping up. I hope it’s nice where you are too, although we’ve had a run on severe weather around the world

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5 for Friday, August 13th

It’s another Friday the 13th, but what a beautiful one it is here in Portland. A perfect summer day shaping up. I hope it’s nice where you are too, although we’ve had a run on severe weather around the world

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Five for Friday, August 6

Facebook is killing your website according to Jay Baer. And here’s how. This is a provocative, important post that really makes me think about where the web is going and how we’re entrusting our data into the hands of a

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Five for Friday, August 6

Facebook is killing your website according to Jay Baer. And here’s how. This is a provocative, important post that really makes me think about where the web is going and how we’re entrusting our data into the hands of a

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The Art of Boring

We marketers are always looking for the next big thing. The magic clutter cutter that rockets our lead flow beyond expectations. We want WOW. We want to show senior leaders we really know what we’re doing and that we’re making

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The Art of Boring

We marketers are always looking for the next big thing. The magic clutter cutter that rockets our lead flow beyond expectations. We want WOW. We want to show senior leaders we really know what we’re doing and that we’re making

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