February 26, 2017

Utilize Content Marketing For Stronger SEO Standing

March 3, 2015 Lee Odden

Content is the reason search began in the first place. In the days before Google, directories, lists and forums were the way to discover new content on the fast-growing world wide web. During those early days, the web was as much about the experience of discovery, aka “surfing”, as it […]

Marketers still need to learn some basic HTML

January 29, 2013 Chris Abraham

I have recently been blogging for the Huffington Post and they use Six Apart‘s Movable Type blogging platform. Moveable Type was my second blogging platform after converting from Noah Grey’s Greymatter that I started using back in 2000. Even in 2013, the Huffington Post’s blogger interface doesn’t offer a Rich […]

Attract More Clients With The Correct Marketing Message

November 9, 2010 Jim Connolly

This brief post is all about how you can attract more high quality clients or make more sales, by understanding and servicing the needs of your marketplace. For example, if Bob is really hungry and he smells something great cooking from a nearby food outlet, it will immediately capture his […]

Why Marketing Is Difficult For Startups

September 28, 2010 Robert Scoble

Watch this video with Indinero’s founder, Jessica Mah. She’s 20 years old. I’ve known her since she was 16 and she’s always been an aspiring entrepreneur. But look around the house that the co-founders all share. Five geeks sharing rent in Silicon Valley. Keeping expenses down. It’s messy, clothes are […]

What Questions Should You Ask Your Marketing Prospects?

September 14, 2010 Rich Brooks

I’ve been working on some version of this list of questions to ask new prospects over the years. I’m recommitting to asking these questions and getting good answers–even if they challenge people–during our first interview, which is why I’m sharing them here. If you can use these questions in your […]

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