Saturday, March 12, 2011

Social Media - It's Not Rocket Science!

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Social Media and the New Four P's of Marketing

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Awesome collection of background images and fonts for your blog/site.

Does exactly what it says on the tin.

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Absolute Background Textures Archive
Now with 5740 seamlessly tiling, attractive background textures

for use in web pages, graphical software or on your desktop.

Sorted by color and motif. Fully customizable!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Oldie But Goodie Tips for Facebook Pages

Posted back in 2009 but still valid points.

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-Facebook Pages Icon-Over the past few years Facebook has witnessed a dramatic rise in new user adoption and with that rise has come the opportunity for brands to interact directly with existing customers and engage new ones. At the end of 2007, Facebook announced the launch of Facebook Pages and last week they launched a revised edition which includes a number of significant upgrades. This week, those pages will be going live for all. There are numerous ways for brands to leverage Facebook but the overall branded experience is becoming increasingly integrated into a single offering as the new Pages product highlights. So what are the primary benefits and changes for the new branded pages?

1. Develop Custom Tabs for Custom Ads

-Custom Page Tabs Screenshot-

3. Create a Unique Page Image

-Custom Profile Image-
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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Relationships in Business - Fluff or Fact?

Excellent look at whether we're getting hung up just a little too much on relationships in business.

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Troy Claus

Results vs Relationships?

Fluff in business relationshipsWhat matters most in your business?

  • “My bottom line”

  • “ROI”

  • “Growth”

  • “Keeping my costs as low as possible”

  • “Sales”

  • “Leader in my industry”

What is the one answer you probably would have expected but is no where to be found?


Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Learning from Noah

Most folks know the story of Noah. How God warned him about an upcoming flood that would last for 40 days and 40 nights. To preserve nature, Noah took two of every animal onto his Ark in readiness for breeding once the storm had passed.

However, you could also look at it another way. If a cow died, Noah would still have had one cow left for beef and milk. He and his family wouldn’t starve, and they could come back to land and start afresh.

Moral of the story? Always have a back-up plan.