It seems many marketers, particularly those of the spammy inclination, are pricing everything to end with the number 7. “Get my system for $47,” “Buy this software for $197.” It’s like everybody is trying to become Wal-mart all of a sudden. Wassup with that? Apparently this is the secret to more sales on the Internet.
Social content curation on the Internet is a relatively new concept, prevalent only for the past few years and perfectly illustrated by the skyrocketing use of Pinterest. The idea is that humans provide the best filtration of the enormous amount of information spawned on the Web, and that value of these [...]
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley recently dissed Rihanna and her ilk while speaking to the press about their new tour with Motley Crue. Now, I am not a huge fan of KISS or Motley Crue, but after reading this article, I WANT TO [...]
Here is an article I am republishing with permission, of interest to web marketers as some of it is contrary to what some gurus say. Being a contrarian myself, I like it. Many gurus say article marketing hurts your PR due to duplicate content, but Glenn doesn’t seem to think so:
The Rise and Rise [...]
One of the best ways to get people to read your blog posts, apart from having something interesting to say, of course, is by incorporating pictures into each one. Visitors can become quite put off by large blocks of uninterrupted text, so getting royalty-free pictures from sites such as iStockphoto or PhotoXpress.com to [...]
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