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Fifty Shades of Grey, the erotic film based on the erotic novel of the same name, will be available to purchase on Amazon Instant Video on May 8. But people are ready. Super worked up about it. Amazon shared a list with Mashable that ranks the company’s biggest digital pre-orders of all time. And Fifty Shades of Grey has topped …
Wondering which new releases you need to see this weekend? Good news – Quentin Tarantino has you covered. The acclaimed director has just released his best movies of 2013 (so far) list, and The Quentin Tarantino Archives has the goods. Tarantino has been released similar best-of lists for a couple of years now, and this year’s list includes films from …
Amazon, known for its various lists charting the most well-read cities and such, has a new list comprised using its massive sales data – “Cities That Rock.” The company is charting the American cities with the most music sales per capita – this includes MP3, CD, and vinyl. Only the top 100 most-populous cities in the country were in consideration …
Google, who employs over 34,000 people in the U.S., has just been given Fortune’s top honor in their annual “100 Best Companies to Work for” list. This is the second year in a row that Google has taken the top spot, and fourth year all-time. Two years ago, Google came in 4th. “The Internet juggernaut takes the Best Companies crown …
Do you think your city is full of readers? Are your local parks full of literary warriors laying on benches an blankets, curled up with e-readers? If this scenario sounds like cultural utopia, you might want to consider moving to one of the places on Amazon’s 2012 list of the most well-read cities in America. Amazon compiled sales of books, …
Yes, the opening round games are considered the start of the college basketball tournament, but the real fun starts tomorrow at 12:15 EST. This is when the field of 64 begins their collective run at a National Championship. With that in mind, make sure your brackets are done tonight. To help get you ready for all overload of college basketball, …
‘Tis the season for lists – lists reflecting on the year we are getting ready to leave behind, and lists looking toward the future. Sites all around the web are putting up best of/worst of lists, so I thought it might be fun to look at some lists from some of these sites in the eBusiness and tech industries.
Russ Jones on theGoogleCache took a look at how “Top #” lists perform on Digg. We all know how popular top 10 lists are. Russ’s initial premise was that they’re not necessarily the best performing. He thought top 6s would be best, another coworker bet on top 7s.
The coworker won. Of 90 “Top 7″ stories submitted to Digg, 53 made the front page—59%.
Lists are good, but if they become too long, readers are liable to lose interest. Too short, and no one will think your 25-word post is worth reading. Top 10 lists have become the norm – but why? Russ Jones of the Google Cache combed through over 2,500 Digg stories to see if lists with more (or fewer) points do better.
Tom Foreski in SiliconValleyWatcher lists all the ways that we the people are expected to help search engines do their jobs – so search technology isn’t pulling its weight as compared with the human element.
Eye-opening at first, but rather than a blow-by-blow response, why not sum it up this way:
Many top destination sites are adding blogs and other publishing formats to their site to build their authority and market-share. This editorial content creates value, builds trust and authority, and allows for a more profitable blend of content and advertisements.
It’s that time of year again. You know, the time for “The Year In Review” lists by the thousands telling us what was cool and popular in whatever niche you can imagine. Of course, the search engine industry is not immune from taking the yearly look-back, compiling most popular search lists for our amusement.
ReportViewer is a freely redistributable control that enables embedding reports in applications developed using the .NET Framework. Reports are designed with drag-and-drop simplicity using Report Designer included in Visual Studio 2005 (Standard editon and above.)
For the Type A Capricorn, making a list is what fooling around under the bleachers is to Type Z Sagittarius-ecstasy of the highest unadulterated order. On the Top 10 List of Great Things About Lists, is that old order out chaos idea, deplored by the impetuous Sag, but loved by the users of Listible.com-the listiest Web 2.0 site on the Net.
Building up email address lists of potential and real customers is important in order to convert traffic into sales. People who are interested in the issue of a website can be informed regularily about special offers and news. A good email address list of buying customers is a good tool for the customer relationship management.
I’ve been watchign the Blogebrity Blog with interest this week – it’s been quite an amusing read and a great example of how a blog can get some big inbound links and a lot of buzz from the blogosphere with a little controversy, humor and by listing some big blogs as A-List Blogs…
We all love to criticize the IRS, don’t we? And I’m just as guilty as anyone. It’s easy to ridicule a huge organization of government bureaucrats who often seem to be Public Enemy #1.
JobsInSearch.com, the specialist job site for the search engine industry, have announced that MSN Search have chosen JobsInSearch.com to list their search engine related vacancies.
The American Stock Exchange (Amex) today listed the common stock of Samaritan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. under the ticker symbol LIV.
Starting salaries for new graduates vary greatly, says CollegeJournal.com, The Wall Street Journal’s guide for career-minded college students.
In this Article we look at the second competitive advantage of successful Internet Marketers – Warm Traffic and True O’pt- In Lists.
One of the most suggested means of getting traffic to a site in the early stages is to get involved in messageboard and e-mail discussions on your topic of choice. The idea is that you can show your expertise and therefore get traffic to your site via your signature file (most discussion lists allow you to include your signature file with your post – a few lines with your name, site address and maybe a very brief description). Whilst this is a valid tip, I don’t believe that the real reason for why you should do this has been investigated far enough previously.
Registering at numerous ezine directories, or other Web sites that list newsletters, is a simple way to recruit subscribers. Maintained for the benefit of visitors, these listings provide increased exposure to publishers who add their ezine to the database.
Getting help – using mailing lists
What is a mailing list? It’s a discussion group that converses by e-mail. Mailing lists cover a wide variety of topics, at all levels. Many lists have a moderator, who will check posts for suitability before the go out to the list members.
Make no mistake; there are literally thousands of potential tightly niched “hungry markets” out there. Markets abound! People are ready and waiting to throw money at you.
An opt-in list is the absolute most effective marketing tool available on the Internet. Not only do they provide you with a direct line of communication with your target market, but they also enable you to develop a trusting relationship with your subscribers.
You’ve seen them a hundred times. Those lists that copywriters use within their sales letters that tell you what the product or service offers. They might say something like:
I’m trying to figure out the best way to build a list as quickly as possible. I could purchase an “opt-in” email list and send them a newsletter — I have recently positioned my pages for SEO and I could do a PPC campaign (I’ve already tried and it’s luke warm). I thought I’d check with you and see what your thoughts might be.
For anyone just starting out in any area of web commerce, the term “Safe List” should not be new to you. A multitude of these safe lists are marketed to us each day by so many people that I sometimes wonder if the senders find time to do anything besides advertise safe lists!
Testing is a more important factor in direct marketing success than ever. Why?
The Mitel Networks SME Server (formerly E-Smith)is a friendly web server and e-mail gateway. The original E-Smith is now called Mitel SME Server V5. There is also a hardware/software bundle referred to as the Mitel 6000 Managed Application Server. Here we cover forwarding email to another mail account and mailing lists.
Be Consistent, Persistent, and Resistant to any negative thoughts when you don’t feel it’s worth your while. I call it the CPR for marketing! Keep consistent with your goals and creating positive thoughts. Be persistent with the life of your service and/or product and show that passion to others. Resist anything or anyone who hinders or stands in the way of your progress. Resist and let go so that your energy can be funneled into more satisfying routes.
You make lists every day – shopping lists, “things to do” lists, people to call lists. Indeed, lists are a very important part of our lives. That’s why when HTML was developed, its programmers just couldn’t help it – they created a way to add a list to a web page.
An opt-in list is a list or database containing email addresses of individuals who have chosen to receive your email messages. Your messages may be web site updates, product updates or an ezine. They provide you with a direct line of communication with potential customers and enable you to promote your products or services.