Monthly Archives: September 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Campaign Ideas

While spending another late night browsing through sites on the internet, I came across a blog posting on a guerrilla marketing site. Believe me, some of these great ideas will make you laugh out loud. Enjoy! Guerrilla Marketing

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Social Media Tips and Tricks From Pros and Experts

Google+ has made its mark gaining more than 50 million users and easily establishing itself as a possible alternative to Facebook. In a recent article by Event Marketer magazine, social media experts strip away some of the mystery surrounding social media for events, providing strengths and weaknesses for the major players in social networking. Hope …

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Achieve Increased Exposure for Your Next Conference

Over the years virtual events has been touted as the next best thing to face-to-face events, but one fact remains true, a one-to-one connection yields exceptional ROI. In a recent article in MarketingProfs, Elain Fogel offered a few pointers on how to increase registration using a few online and social media approaches. She outlines the …

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The New Rules of Marketing

Ignore the old rules of marketing, using the well-known traditional approach to gain audience attention through massive amounts of spending in the media, there are some new rules that work for any size company. In the book, The New Rules of Marketing & PR by David Meerman Scoot (http://www.webinknow.com), content is king for generating interest …

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