Added by Ralph Paglia on February 7, 2010 at 12:00pm —
Social Networking Comes of Age: Is it Mainstream if the Pope Does It?
Back in the 90's my daughters were in high school and their time spent on AOL Chat Rooms would compete with today's average adult Facebook user. After…
Added by Ralph Paglia on February 6, 2010 at 5:30pm —
There is an old saying in marketing fish where the fish are biting. Currently Facebook gets about 100 Million plus unique visitors each month, that is over 1/3 the US population. With the rising price of Google ad words it makes sense to add Facebook advertising to your marketing mix. I recently read an article “How to advertise on Facebook” was interesting but basic. The following is my version.
On Facebook your competition isn’t other business owners it’s the litany of status…
Added by Larry Bruce on February 5, 2010 at 2:42am —
This UK produced video targeting all drivers but especially younger ones graphically shows what can happen if you’re driving and using a mobile phone. I think it should be made mandatory viewing for everyone who fronts-up for a driver's license.… Continue
Added by charles bayer on February 4, 2010 at 3:30pm —
I always enjoy ringing in the new year – the thought of… Continue
Added by Eric Miltsch on February 4, 2010 at 10:30am —
4 Essential Traits for Social Media Success in Your Career
by Amybeth Hale
Want to know what it takes to start, and develop, a successful career path in the realm of social media? I recently had the pleasure of talking… Continue
Added by Ralph Paglia on February 3, 2010 at 9:36pm —
8 simple rules for navigating social media
Knowing how to navigate social media is similar to navigating your neighborhood streets. Just as you wouldn’t slam on the gas between two stop signs a hundred yards apart, you should be conscientious of the acceptable behaviors and expectations of participating in social media. Here are 8 simple rules for engagement in social media.
1. Social media is meant to be FUN! Inject some personality into your postings,… Continue
Added by Missy Jensen on February 2, 2010 at 2:20pm —
In 1982, Tom Peters and Robert Waterman co-wrote a book called In Search of Excellence which quickly became an international best seller. It was based on a study of the greatest companies in America at the time and put forward the concept that the easiest way of solving of business problems was to ditch the theory and empower employees to become decision makers.
Since then Peters has written 12 books (one of which he also co-wrote… Continue
Added by charles bayer on February 1, 2010 at 5:04pm —
By Matthew Greitzer
At this point most automotive marketers know that search marketing is an incredible vehicle for reaching their target customers. It’s highly relevant, highly targetable and is generally one of the most efficient and effective channels in a marketer’s ad mix. The problem with search marketing, though, is that it doesn’t scale beyond the level of user-initiated searchers. For most businesses, this… Continue
Added by M.S. Butler on February 1, 2010 at 4:00pm —
In August 2005 I had the privilege of going to work for the largest sales volume and revenue Chevrolet dealership in the world, Courtesy Chevrolet in Phoenix, AZ. Based on my previous 24 years of experience in developing
"CRM Programs" for both dealerships and car companies, I knew that effectively communicating the concept of a CRM Profit Center to Courtesy's entire management was one of my first essential objectives.
This brief… Continue
Added by Ralph Paglia on February 1, 2010 at 6:30am —
Quieting the Lizard Brain within each of Us
Source: "Quieting the Lizard Brain" by Seth Godin
How can I explain the never-ending irrationality of human behavior?
We say we want one thing, then we do another. We say we want to… Continue
Added by Ralph Paglia on February 1, 2010 at 6:00am —