Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Marketing Fail of the Week It’s good to know that the Stoner Organization is in the same building as the Office of the Attorney General…I found this in St. Pete, near my house a few months ago! Have you been SLAPPED? by Steve Every once in a while […]
Marketing Fail of the Week Courtesy of Facebook Friend A good reason not to litter?? Facebook now TOPS Google by Laura CNN is now reporting that Facebook traffic had passed Google and in a hurry! My friend Ryan Deiss predicted this in January and man was he ever right. Now, Ryan has massed the largest […]
I’m not sure if you missed this or not but about six weeks ago Facebook changed its designation of fan pages and they are now just called “pages” If you are so inclined you can quote unquote “like them.” Not only that, Facebook overtook Google is the
number one website worldwide.
Sounds like an impossible situation, but that is exactly what happened last week.
Although I cannot tell you who this public figure is, I can tell you that we were contacted to finish their website, get it working so that people could view their video and fill out a form showing their support.
Marketing Fail of the week found by our own Steve Blom This one is wrong on so many levels. It does, however, gives you an idea on why historically speaking advertising not trusted! I suspect the drug commercials and ads of today will be seen in the future in the same sort of light. Don’t […]
Yada Yada Marketing Newsletter March 4, 2010– The more things change, the more they stay the same..Marketing, social media and a cute cat and a monkey
“I’ve been learning online marketing for several months and it’s refreshing to read your articles…full of great data and no hype!”
The game is changing again…so what’s new? FEBRUARY 18, 2010 Marketing Fail of the Week Hmmm, not sure about that positioning.. The game continues… In the last newsletter I went over social search and real time search. This week–Google just released Google Buzz to Gmail users. Why is this important? Well, with the flick of a […]
The game is changing again…so what’s new? FEBRUARY 3, 2010 Marketing Fail of the Week Yes, we all need those don’t we? The game is changing again… What game? The search game. What we all want is traffic to our sites and results. Over the last weeks many things have happened that have changed how we do […]
Social Media is all the rage… JANAUARY 20, 2010 Social Media is EVERYWHERE… I’ve been saying this for some time as you all know, but social media is here to stay and it has changed how we interact with our customers and friends. Do keep in mind though that social media is not a replacement for other […]
New Years Issue! Entering a New Decade Blast from the past. This is a clip of Nile Rodgers on Tech TV talking about PCDJ. PCDJ is DJ Software and I founded that company back in 1999. Who is Nile? Well he’s one of the most prolific producers of all time–Madonna, David Bowie, Diana Ross–not to […]
The Marketing Bloopers Issue !
Those of you who know me realize I have an interesting sense of humor. I see it in life, and I see it in marketing. This issue is a collection of things I’ve encountered this year that just don’t make sense from a marketing standpoint. I hope you enjoy!
It’s all in the list…
I’ve been marketing for about a hundred years. OK, it’s about fifteen but feels like a hundred! I know you’ve heard it all before, but the truth is the larger your mailing list, the better you’re going to do. Technology has changed alot over the years, but this rule always applies.
Now you have to of course send out relevant information that people are interested in, but building the list is of vital importance.
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8 Ways to save money and enjoy the holidays!
1. There’s nothing like a personal touch when it comes to gifts. With the current economic climate, making a gift shows you care but also is kind on the pocketbook.
2. Ebay–Ebay is still a good option to get the exact item you want, but want to get a “deal.”
Last night I got an instant message from an old friend. It was a fairly simple message. “Hey, I just found this old video of you. Check it out and it had a link.” I clicked on the link becuase she is a trusted source and was surprised to find out that it directed me to a virus site.
I was lucky. This site had already been reported and I got the warning screen and I didn’t suffer any harm. She was hacked.