Thanks to Renaat Roekaers.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Here are 9 ways to encourage people to comment on your blog:
- Close Each Blog Post with a Question
- Ask Readers to Add to Your Numbered List
- Write Something Insightful and Thought-Provoking
- Be Controversial
- Reply to Your Comments to Keep the Conversation Going
- Make it as Easy as Possible to Comment
- Comment on Other Blogs
- Create Blog Posts Around Top Comments
- Ask for Feedback on Social Media Channels
You can read more at HubSpot.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Mistake #1: Blatant Lack of Permission
Mistake #2: Utterly Deficient Segmentation
Mistake #3: Lame ‘Welcome’ Messages
Mistake #4: Frequency Decisions Made for the Wrong Reason
Mistake #5: Institution-to-One Messaging
Mistake #6: No Real Interactivity
Mistake #7: Deliverability: Content, Formatting & Lack of Self-Advocacy
Mistake #8: Designing Images That Appear as Red Xs
Mistake #9: Disregarding Your BlackBerry and Mobile Readers
Mistake #10: Repeating Ad Types
Mistake #11: Collecting Bad Response Rates
Mistake #12: Relying on Email Only
Read more at Hubspot.
Monday, January 17, 2011
- Forum Posts
- Survey Your Readers
- PPC Advertising
- Analyze Existing Headline Effectiveness
- Keyword Referral Analysis
- Twitter and Facebook Engagement
- LinkedIn Groups Messages
- Email Testing
Read more at Hubspot.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
- Popular presentations have more slides
- Popular presentations use fewer words
- On average women use fewer slides than men
- Nationalities present differently
- Apple Keynote users make popular presentations
- Business, trends and statistics dominate popular tags
- Popular presentations don’t use serifs
You can more at HubSpot.
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Law #1 – Everyone has an online reputation
Law #2 – Your reputation is an extension of your character
Law #3 – Every reputation has an achilles heel
Law #4 – Listen twice, act once
Law #5 – A crowd is louder than a solitary voice
Law #6 – If you build it, they will come
Law #7 – If you don’t build it, they will
Law #8 – Your reputation WILL come under attack
Law #9 – Being stubborn is more expensive than saying “sorry”
Law #10 – Three strikes and you’re out
Law #11 – The laws of reputation management will change
You can read Andy Beal's article at Forbes.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
- Be interactive, fun and helpful.
- Embed videos on your Facebook page.
- Create a connection between Facebook and the outside world.
- Create contests on Facebook.
- Integrate traditional advertising with Facebook.
- Use Facebook to grow your email list, and visa versa.
- Introduce a new product on Facebook.
You can the complete article at HubSpot.