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Lead Generation with Podcasts

When I look at podcasts in the context of the complex sale, and compare them to other mediums, the audience for podcasts is still tiny but gaining momentum.

Landing Pages, Sales & A Life-sized Green Moose

In sales, everyone knows it’s a lot easier to call a potential client from a pre-qualified lead, rather than making a cold call.

Green Bacon’s and Spam is Bad for PR

While I was at the WOMMA conference I had the pleasure of meeting the delightful Tara Kirchner.

Dating Site Ends Green Acres Love

Farmers need love too, daggum it. While city folks are a-sippin’ their lattes and ponderin’ the meaning of life, farmers are knee-deep in muck, yankin’ on the hind legs of a breeched calf. You ain’t gonna find girls in there, Mister, which is why Jerry Miller set up FarmersOnly.com, an online dating website for, well, farmers only.

Take Survey on Global Business Uncertainty

A global business perceptions survey is offered for your participation by William Prado, Director of the MBA Program at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vermont.

Comments vs. a Little Green Icon

Every time I turn around, there’s somebody telling me (and the rest of the world) that a blog isn’t a real blog unless commenting is turned on.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM, GP, NAV, AX: Project Green Preliminary Review

Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains, Navision, Axapta, Solomon and CRM are strategically renamed into Microsoft Dynamics GP. NAV, AX, SL, CRM respectively.

An SEO Client Adds Blog Component

A business blog component as part of every online business is one of my main SEO recommondations. Because of the search engine power of business blogs, it’s a natural addition for every website.

Traffic.com Gets Green Light From Congress

Passage of the federal highway bill means the Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure Program will continue.

Big Blue Sees Green In Second Quarter

IBM reported earnings were up in the wake of its personal computing business sale to Lenovo.

Paula Abduls Green Thumb Nails Dirty Salons

Warning: the following information is disgusting. It should not be read by anyone who might have a gastro-reactive episode in response to visual imagery involving graphic descriptions of puss-spewing infections, pop stars or fingernails.

Google Maps Doesnt Like Israel?
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Little Green Footballs, a major political blog, points out that Google Maps seems to consider Israel of less importance than the Gaza Strip.

SL Green Realty to Get One Madison Avenue from MetLife

SL Green Realty has entered into an agreement to acquire the fee interest in One Madison Avenue from Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) for $918 million.

Coors Molson Merger Gets a Green Light

In a meeting, Coors shareholders approved the merger with Molson completing all of the steps necessary for the merger to become a reality.

Selling From A Mini Site: The Numbers Don’t Lie

I’m going to simply list a process you should be following if you’re trying to sell something from a mini site. Step by step, with a running example to drive the point home.

Holiday Etailers Predicting a Green Christmas

E-tailers and other online merchants are dreaming of a green Christmas! Research findings indicate that ecommerce is predicted to boom this holiday season!

Green and Grinning After Four Years Online

Four years of experience in most endeavors doesn’t add up to much authority and wisdom for the vast majority of students. It usually means a green and grinning graduate in a cap and gown nervously looking past a dangling tassle to a future of job interviews and resume polishing career maneuvers.