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Voomly is a subscription platform that can help you turn your expertise or reputation into a business. You can create a newsletter, an educational series and offer…
Interesting free platform for emailing!
Udemy uses video as its primary delivery medium Voomly starts with text and will expand this to include other mediums • look pretty good to me
Whether you’re using Groups or Pages, you’re probably creating ads and sponsored stories, adding images, creating contests and more. The following best practices should help you in navigating the ever-changing landscape of Facebook rules.
Good practies to follow for Facebook Brands
The blog of GoMoSoLo the local marketing agency helping businesses to attract more local customers, using digital marketing strategies. Go Mobile, Go Social, Go Local, with GoMoSoLo Peterborough
Great resource on where to start for Google Analytics!
Great information shared here anyone who is new has a website and is not familiar with Google Analytics will benefit from reading this... bookmark it!
An introduction to Starbucks is unnecessary. With over 18,000 retail stores in 60 countries, the renowned coffee house is the picture of success. In fact, this
Why is @Starbucks rocking SMM? One reason is they have “super influencers:”
What comes to mind when you think of Starbucks? For me, it's warmth, comfort, and respect for customers.
Interesting article, check it out.
These are the 22 iPhone apps I can't live without, including both old favorites and the newest kids on the block.
To be great at social media you only have to be mediocre because most businesses suck at it. The above line is a paraphrased quote from one of my marketing idols, Scott Stratten. Author of The Book...
Always good to have a second opinion!
Interesting for those who are in different countries than the US or want a wider global presense!
Google Translate has just announced that it is now possible to order professional translations of any video transcription directly from within your YouTube account.
You can also get an immediate time delivery estimate and a precise cost for the translation task and you can pay immediately for it via credit card/PayPal.
From the official Google Translate blog: "Now you can connect directly with translation vendors and pay to get your captions translated quickly and professionally. When you request a translation for your captions in YouTube, we’ll display a list of vendors along with their estimated pricing and delivery date so you can easily compare. We’ve initially collaborated with two companies, Gengo and Translated.net, to make their services available to you and to streamline the ordering process."
Techcrunch coverage: http://go.translated.net/TechCrunch
Original announcement: http://googletranslate.blogspot.it/2013/02/get-your-youtube-video-captions.html
Ken' Key Takeaway:
By connecting content producers with professional translators, Google is going to add a lot of value to Youtube. I'm excited to see how ths work
Another sign of the growth in video captioning & translation.
And more evidence that video content is increasingly valuable enough to justify manual processes being applied to it.
A strong relationship with Google is very important. Many bloggers include embedded Pinterest pins in their posts, this can be dangerous to your site's relationsgip with Google
Using social media is important for your events. Make sure to use it wisely.
Social Media Week Founder Toby Daniels shares his advice on creating word of mouth, both on- and offline.
Very insightful information.
If you are trying to recruit social ambassadors for your business, you will undoubtedly run into the challenge from your colleagues that they don’t know what to write about.
Need great content for you customers? Here are some ideas!
How do you create content that turns your customers into advocates for your brand?
Michael Brenner shares 30 ideas that you probably didn’t think about.
- Summarize your best whitepapers into blog posts.- Summarize all your slideshare decks into article format and embed the slides into a blog post- Search Klout and Twitter for the most influential people on Twitter for various keywords where you are trying to rank and use it to create a “list post”- Create a list of the top blog sites for each keyword group- Curate the top slideshare presentations for each keyword group- Ask your customer service team to answer the frequently asked questions (FAQs) they get
NFIB, a small business association, provides discounts, research, online forums, networking, state and federal lobbying for small businesses across the US.
Think Instagram isn't for business? Think again!