"Not all movies elicited the same cranial reactions, they found. The highly structured Hitchcock film similarly engaged nearly 65 percent of the viewers’ cortexes (the outer layer of the brain that plays a role in processing memory, attention, awareness, thought, language and consciousness), for example, while the segments of reality taken from the park engaged the same responses in only about 5 percent of the viewers’ cortexes. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ranked similar to Hitchcock, at 45 percent, while Curb Your Enthusiasm fell to 18 percent."
There is a Twitter tool that synergizes, feeds and enhances the Twitter and Blogging ecosystems that promises to make your tweets live longer and as a marketer and a blogger that sounds like something I may be "very" interested in!
El artículo de hoy presenta las visiones que Josh Elman tiene sobre el growth hacking
Nacho Vega's insight:
Qué es exactamente el Growth Hacking? Qué puede enseñarte Twitter?
Como Josh Elman lo define: Describe un proceso nuevo para adquirir y fidelizar a los usuarios, que combina marketing tradicional y habilidades analíticas con las habilidades de desarrollo de productos.
"I recently re-read this great quote from a book entitled “Algorithms in a Nutshell.” To summarize, the authors wrote:
“… A good way to solve problems is to start with the big picture… [because if you don’t understand the big picture] you may solve the wrong problem, or might not explore other—possibly better—answers.”
I thought that idea neatly summarized the perceived battle between “new” SEO and “old” SEO. Search optimization professionals should know and understand the big picture before they define and tout the “new” SEO.
Instead of focusing on flavor-of-the-month/day/year optimization tactics, what are the big-picture items SEO professionals should always keep in mind?
Does each flavor-of-the-month tactic support the big picture… or is it merely a flavor-of-the-month tactic that can largely be ignored or discounted"?
“El objetivo de la excelencia de contenidos es crear ideas tan contagiosas que no puedan controlarse“, continúan. A esto lo llaman ‘Liquid‘. Y estas ideas son tan relevantes de forma innata para sus objetivos empresariales, sus marcas y los intereses de sus consumidores que lo llaman ‘Linked‘. Vía EduardoPradanos.com
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