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  • SEO Tips For Newbies
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    Last Updated: June 30, 2010

    This article was written for PNZA Internet Marketing.

    “SEO or search engine optimization knowledge is critical for the person starting out in e-commerce. Whether you want to blog, run an online store or do anything else successfully online, you need to figure out how to get noticed by search engines so that people can find you. Understanding SEO is critical for anyone who wants to be successful in online enterprise.

    An important aspect of search engine optimization is the fact that you need to invest time and effort into your website on a regular basis in order get traffic and keep traffic continuously increasing. If you allow your website to sit and collect cobwebs it won’t do much for you.”

    Read the rest of this article from PNZA Internet Marketing.

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  • At Cannes, Creativity Has New Meaning
    Written by Comments Off on At Cannes, Creativity Has New Meaning
    Last Updated: June 29, 2010

    This article was written by Chuck Brymer.

    “Every year, Cannes produces lively debate surrounding the work entered, the Lions awarded, and any resulting trends from the various categories. And, as they should, the categories have changed to better reflect our industry. Last year a Public Relations category was added and even the highly coveted Titanium Lion has evolved for greater relevance.”

    Read the rest of this article from Forbes.

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  • VIDEO: Elizabeth Gilbert on nurturing creativity
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    Last Updated: June 28, 2010

    Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses — and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person “being” a genius, all of us “have” a genius. It’s a funny, personal and surprisingly moving talk.

    Watch this video from TED Talks.

  • 50 Power Twitter Tips
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    Last Updated: June 27, 2010

    This article was written by Chris Brogan.

    “A while back, I wrote 50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business. It still gets plenty of attention, as it’s listed as an official resource on the Twitter business resources page (thanks, @ed!). But you know, I can’t leave well enough alone, so here I am with another 50 Power Twitter Tips. Feel free to repost all or any of this, but if you do, please give credit to this link.

    I broke them down into five categories: intent, technical, business, integrated usage, and off-twitter. Some could probably fit in more than one category, such as it were.”

    Read the rest of this article from Chris Brogan.

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  • The Wrath Of Social Media: Why Customer Service Is A Must
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    Last Updated: June 26, 2010

    This article was written by Ely Delaney.

    “So, are you one of those businesses still holding out on the Social media world because it’s “A Waste Of Time”?

    Well guess what? The conversation is happening whether you want to be involved or not. And, it’s stronger than you might expect.

    In today’s world, the customer has the power. As a business owner, you are NOT in control. People will spread ideas and opinions about your business faster than you can imagine. That’s called Viral Marketing. And you better believe that they will spread it. Good or bad.

    So how do you work with Social Media and keep your PR under control? We’re going to go through a few things that you should do in order to make the best of the tools that are out there.”

    Read the rest of this article from Gather.com

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  • Blogging Tips for Starting a Business
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    Last Updated: June 25, 2010

    This article was written by Zach Thompson.

    “A very popular way to become better known in wellness, fitness, and nutritional supplements is through business blogging. A business blog is slightly different than other traditional blogging styles that many people are familiar with. Below you will find some handy starting business blogging tips that you can use immediately.”

    Read the rest of this article from Freelance Blogging.

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  • 12 Ways You’re Scaring Away Your Readership
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    Last Updated: June 23, 2010

    This article was written by Lam Nguyen.

    “There is a bunch of reasons why you are losing your readers. So, I’ll say up front that this articles is entirely based on my own experiences and what I’ve learned so far from blogging for almost a year. This is a list of some reasons why your readers never come back.”

    Read the rest of this article from AEXT.

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  • LinkedIn Tops 70 Million Users; Includes Over One Million Company Profiles
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    Last Updated: June 22, 2010

    This article was written by Leena Rao.

    “Professional social network LinkedIn now has 70 million members, according to the company’s home page. The company hit 60 million users in February, and has been growing fast, especially in international markets. LinkedIn’s network’s CEO, Jeff Weiner, stated in a blog post last fall that half of LinkedIn’s membership is international. The company is also listing one million company profiles, which are similar to a user profile.”

    Read the rest of this article from Next Media.

  • The Importance of Video Marketing For Your Business
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    Last Updated: June 21, 2010

    This article was written by Butterfly.

    “You own a small business and you are trying to increase the visibility of your business; this is the very reason why you need to use Internet video marketing in the operation of your business. Here are a few facts that you might not have thought about when dealing with video marketing.

    Every day an estimated one billion videos are watched by people all over the world on sites such as YouTube and DailyMotion; this is reason number one as to the importance of video marketing.”

    Read the rest of this article from SHLady.

  • Successful Internet Marketing: Tools of the Internet
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    Last Updated: June 20, 2010

    This article was written by Chuck Hall.

    “When I am discussing an Internet marketing project I am building for a client, I always discuss the tools I plan to use. The Internet has become the No. 1 source of reference material used for practically any project of any size. Well, it has at my house anyway.

    Perhaps people still go to the library for research. Certainly, they have books that are not available online, at least for now, so the library would be a good resource for some projects. But for most of us, the Internet answers our questions.”

    Read the rest of this article from Jacksonville.com