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5 Quick Email Marketing Tips For A Social / Mobile Time

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5 Quick Email Marketing Tips
These days its important your emails have meaning and relevance or they get swipped away. Here are 5 Quick Email Marketing Tips:

Tip #1: Scenttrail
Tip #2: Merchandising Scenttrail
Tip #3: See This Email In A Web Page Link
Tip 4: ONE not Three
Tip 5: Relevance vis Personas & Tribes
 

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Please Follr My Niche Social Net by Bryan Waxman via LinkedIn

Please Follr My Niche Social Net by Bryan Waxman via LinkedIn | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it
How many times have we heard someone’s prediction on the “future of social?”Hopefully now the repetitive forecasts by the gobs of social media “experts” (like me) can cease (at least for awhile…). In
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Everyone at team Curagami (http://www.curagami.com) agrees with the rise of niche social media and tribal formation described in Bryan's excellent post via LinkedIn.

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We Are All Educators Now: 6 Web Collaboration Tools Boost e-Learning & Sales

We Are All Educators Now: 6 Web Collaboration Tools Boost e-Learning & Sales | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it
Would you like to boost learning. Check this article to find out 6 Online Collaboration Tools and Strategies For Boosting Learning.

Via Grant Montgomery
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Love this "e-learning" post because it reads just like what I would write to describe how to create sustainable online community:

  1. Clear definition of expectations and purpose
  2. Providing clear instructions to students (or web visitors) in a group (or tribe)
  3. Emphasis on keeping groups (or tibes or personas) small
  4. Close monitoring and support to be provided by instructors
  5. Defining etiquette guidelines for proper participation
  6. Devising activities relevant to the topic

Lol, change "students" to "site visitors" or "customers" and I could have written this post for content marketing or online merchants. Great post and shows we are all online teachers now.

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