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Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Social Media Policies Important, Empowerment Is Critical

This post by Brian Solis got me thinking. I have been talking for years now about the importance for the enterprise to adopt social media policies. And here we are in 2011 and 75 percent of employers say their business has no formal policy instructing employees on the appropriate use of social networking sites on [...]

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

How To Instantly Index Your Tweets With Google

If you are aware of Google Realtime results and use it, you probably know about it and how it’s done, to get your tweets listed in Google Realtime. However, for the ones who don’t use the Google Realtime results and are not aware of this fact, here’s how. When you perform a search on Google, [...]

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

The Future Of Social Media In 2011

Friday morning I shared the stage of the Social Media Breakfast here in Maine with my two Social Media FTW co-founders, Jaica Kinsman (@jakks) & Chrystie Corns (@ccmaine.) I forgot my notes at home and so I had to hastily recreate them. The topic was on the future of social media and what 2011 is [...]

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Putting Effective Business Plans In Place

If you would like to work less, earn more and start enjoying your life more, this is for you. I was just sitting down with my 5 year old son, drawing some pictures and talking about the different things he was creating.  He drew his mummy a picture of a butterfly, and was colouring it [...]

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Creating Successful Ad Copy

Getting your advertising copy perfect can be a hard task, but it is imperative. With the holiday sales season only 2 weeks away, now is the time to take a look at your advertising copy and give it a tweak. To help you out I have outlined below seven sins of copywriting that you must [...]

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Place Important Content Above The Fold To Increase Conversions

There are many ways to improve the conversion rate of your website. Copywriting, images, design and offers are all important, but one of the most basic steps is to ensure your important content is placed “above the fold”. What Does “Above the Fold” Mean? This term simply refers the portions of a webpage that can [...]

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Increasing The Exposure Of Your Press Releases

Press releases are a simple way of getting the latest news from your company out to the masses. Traditionally, you wrote a press release and sent it to the media contact to consider putting your news in their newspaper or magazine. However, the internet has now become the fastest and easiest way to get your [...]

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

Building Content With The Intent To Inform

I have been thinking about content in a more serious way as of late. It’s what drives everything we do in life. Communication in every possible way it occurs is about content. If there was no content, what would we be communicating?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Staying Active Through Bloggers Block

It happens to all of us. We sit in front of our computers, stare at the screen and have no idea what to write about. It should be so easy, yet nothing comes to mind. Chances are, we’re thinking to hard.

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

How To Use Time Management To Become More Efficient

It’s hard to imagine but it’s been almost half a year since I was in Vegas for Affiliate Summit West. At that time I had been working on about 5 projects. At the moment I’m working on 4 projects, although 2 of them are from the original 5 I had been working on.

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