CEI 086: Kick-Ass Marketing Funnels with Todd Brown

    On today’s episode of Connect, Engage, Inspire, we’re talking about funnels – marketing funnels, that is. Todd Brown from Marketing Funnel Automation is here to take us through all of the levels of marketing funnels and how to use them to generate more money and become more successful. So what does that really mean? Well, Todd is the king of kings of taking prospects and turni ...

    4 readers - By Steph Colbourn/ Firepole Marketing Blog

    Facebook Rooms: This Week in Social Media

    Facebook Rooms: This Week in Social Media By Cindy King Published October 25, 2014 Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week? Facebook Introduces Rooms: Rooms is “a new app that lets you create places for the things you’re int ...

    4 readers - By Cindy King/ Social Media Examinerin Social EMail Facebook Twitter -

    The dorm-room startup mindset

    "Selling enough records to make another record." Rick Rubin started DefJam in his NYU dorm. Steve and I built TSR in Curtis Hall, and I went on to build my publishing business in my wife's dorm at NYU. It happens more than you might guess, and the reason it works is something you can use, even if you're not in college or living in a dorm... You sell enough records to make another record.

    3 readers - By Seth Godin/ Seth Godin's Blog

    Does Your Content Have What it Takes?

    Does Your Content Have What it Takes? In the world where there are more content being pushed to the sidelines than the ones being read, you need to stay ahead of the curve to be visible. There are so many tips and tricks doing the rounds, offering you invincible ideas on getting your content to stick. Many of the tricks work while some don’t.

    4 readers - By Debajyoti Banerjee / Seven Boatsin SEO Content -

    Ad-free Social Network Ello Raises $5.5 Million In New Venture Funding

    Ello, the new social network that whose mandate is to never display ads or sell user data, just completed a round of venture funding where they raised $5.5 million. Re/code originally reported this news, which they received from Ello CEO Paul Budnitz. According to Budnitz, the funding will be put towards building the back-end infrastructure to better support Ello’s rapidly growing user base.

    4 readers - By Matt Southern/ Search Engine Journalin Social -

    Doing digital on a budget: How 5 shops created great work on the cheap

    In digital, you either adapt or you die. Metabolisms are faster, the need for flexibility is unparalleled and great things have to be accomplished on increasingly shrinking client budgets. What’s an agency to do? “Design to a cost,” said Mark DiMassimo, CEO of DiMassimo Goldstein. “Creativity is not coming in with a $10 million idea that we can’t produce.

    2 readers - By Digidayin How To's -

    Finding My Inner Food At The Urban Seoul

    written by John Chow on October 24, 2014 Welcome to the 10th episode of Eating with John Chow. On this edition, we headed to the Diamond Jamboree Plaza for lunch at the Urban Seoul. This is a one of the best damn fusion restaurants I’ve ever eaten at. The brain child of OC Restaurateur Bronnie Lee and Chef Kacy Jun, Urban Seoul is a restaurant that celebrates passion for ...

    3 readers - By John Chow/ John Chow dot Com

    Inbox by Gmail Doesn’t Work with Google Apps

    The new Inbox by Gmail, launched just recently, does not work with email accounts set up through Google Apps. My company, for example, uses our Gmail accounts for our email. And, I use Gmail even on my phone for email. So, I was kind of excited to try the new Inbox by Gmail. But, when I got the invite from Google, I downloaded the app, and got the following after installing it: ...

    3 readers - By Bill Hartzer/ Bill Hartzerin Google -

    GamerGate presents brands with touch choices

    Video game brands have had a mixed reaction to the controversial movement that’s come to be known as “GamerGate.” While some are defying the remarkably vocal group, other companies are quietly capitulating to more-vocal requests that they abandon advertiser relationships with certain publications that have been critical of the GamerGate movement.

    5 readers - By John Mcdermott/ Digiday

    I Took Payola in the Summer of 1988

    I’m not proud to admit this, but in the summer of 1988 I accepted payola. The whole thing reminds me of a dramatization I’d once seen on TV. A record executive tried to coerce a DJ into playing a record. After he refused, they started playing hardball with Johnny Fever, a popular disc jockey at the Cincinnati radio station, WKRP.

    2 readers - By Shawn Collins/ affiliatetip.comin Affiliate -

    Sickweather App Now Available for Android

    Sickweather, the iPhone application that collects data from public posts on Facebook and Twitter, as well as from other Sickweather users, to inform parents about “Sick Zones,” is now available for Android. The app combines disease surveillance from mining public social media data with geofencing and local notification technologies, presenting its findings in animated radar ...

    2 readers - By David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter -
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