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Hootsuite has a sweet bulk scheduling tool that I just discovered, and it is going to dramatically reduce how much time it takes me to complete my online marketing activities every week.
At its lowest level, Hootsuite is social media aggregator. It basically takes all of your social networks, and puts them in one place, so you can post updates from one location instead of having to go to every site individually.
Hootsuite also offers a…Continue
Posted on March 11, 2011 at 12:00pm
In 2010, I built a relationship marketing network from scratch that produced over $200,000 in revenue for our company. If you want to learn how I did that, attend my next Referrals and Revenue seminar at the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce.
In 2011, I have had new challenges with relationship marketing: I could do the same thing I did in 2010 and get the same results, or I…Continue
Posted on March 10, 2011 at 12:00pm
Adding video content to your online push marketing strategy has a big impact on attention, conversion, and click through rates to your company’s website.
Getting the video uploaded and integrated into your strategy can be challenging. I have been working my way through this week, and you can see some of the final results of my work on reachmore’s new Dailymotion page.
Here are some questions to consider when adding video content…Continue
Posted on March 9, 2011 at 3:00pm
A standard practice for speakers and trainers is that if you have more than 20 people in the audience, you must use a microphone. A year ago, reachmore hosted an event for Thrive (our 12-month coaching program that produces massive results for participants), and I convinced CJ to purchase a PA system because we had a “crowd” of 30 people coming.
We used the PA only once, because all of our other events had 6-12…Continue
Posted on March 8, 2011 at 8:08am
If you want to stay on top – embrace change.
LinkedIN just sent me an email highlighting all of my connections who changed jobs in 2010. Facebook regularly catalogues the people who have changed their profile picture or status, and my RSS feed only gets updated when my subscriptions change their content.
Here is the common denominator – change. The only way to stay on top in online media (AND in business)…Continue
Posted on March 3, 2011 at 10:30am — 2 Comments