Category Archives: online marketing

Fast Mover Advantage?

I just finished reading the book “The Accidental Billionaires” by Ben Mezrich. The book provides great stories into the lives of the “founding fathers” of probably the most successful website on the Internet today – Facebook – although it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Sir Ken Robinson is a brilliant speaker, thinker and evangelist.

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On advertising online. Be powerful, not desperate.

Okay, I’m giving Microsoft a break this time, so what could have been “why not microsoft (part 3 of many) turned to be quite a positive video from Microsoft… This real life story is pretty good, there were no sneaky, … Continue reading

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Synchronized Cardioversion is print media’s only chance

I just watched an interesting video posted on Mitch Joel‘s blog under the post “Print is Not Dead”. The video is an attempt by some print magazine people to convince the rest of us that print magazines will still be … Continue reading

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On the rise of social eCommerce

Deborah Collier published her five predictions for social e-commerce in 2010: Goodbye to the Middleman The Year of the Deliver Company Creative Sponsored Advertising Mobile Commerce Revolution Free Culture Frenzy Her predictions can’t be anymore bang on, if these become … Continue reading

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On Guaranteed SEO Results: Have I got a deal for you

A search for “guaranteed SEO” on Google returns about 5,300,000 results. On the first page alone 6/10 results mention the word “Google”. So this begs the question, is there such a thing as “guaranteed SEO”? Let’s find out. According to … Continue reading

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Navegg for behavior web analytics beyond Google Analytics

Navegg is a web based add-on just like Google Analytics but aims to report on visitor demographics and behaviors – which you cannot achieve with Google Analytics. This information is extremely important for marketers, but it is also important if you aim to … Continue reading

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Facebook Application: pul.se – truly personalized recommendation engines

With the rise of the social web, personalization has quickly become more and more important for the consumers as well as the providers. Personalization allows you to target specific types of content to specific types of people, hence increasing your … Continue reading

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New Bloggers: Submit your content to the Social Web – the sooner the better

Over the weekend I created my Technorati Profile to help promote my blog, build links, network and aid in my research before posting. Basically these are the reasons why one should use Technorati – one of many similar tools. About a month … Continue reading

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Pimp Your Slides Using Prezi.com

Learned about this neat presentation online application called Prezi. 100% online, free to use with some limitations (no private presentations, 100MB limit). Still awesome application, easy to learn and fun to use. Love it. Decided to give it a test … Continue reading

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