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Many people ask me, “What is a postcard campaign, exactly?” “And why do I need one?” As I have been educating my clients one on one for years now, I suddenly had the bright idea that I needed to explain this for more than just one at a time and in further detail. So here goes
Ed Bott does an excellent job calling out Boing Boing on their half-assed attempt at issuing a correction to their rumors-cited-as-facts post about Microsoft and Claria last week.
In yesterday’s “For Immediate Release,” I noted that Joseph Edward Duncan had maintained a blog. Duncan, in case you’re not following the story, was found in a Coeur d’Alene, Idaho restaurant with a young girl who, along with her brother, had been missing for about six weeks following the disocvery of the bludgeoned bodies ofher mother, her mother’s boyfriend, and an older brother.
The devotees and the curious wasted little time in taking to their iTunes consoles and signing up for a variety of podcasts.
Yesterday, Bank of America announced that it will become one of the largest credit issuers in the United States as it acquires MBNA Corporation.
I’ve been writing articles and posting them online for several years. But it took a while before I learned writing well and developing a long list of places to post them weren’t enough.
Domain names are the hottest net-real-estate on the internet. It’s no wonder services like: “Domain Name Backordering” is available to the public. Can someone really backorder your domain right from underneath you? Guess again…
Late Friday, the US Department of Agriculture announced that they were unsure about one sample that had been re-tested for BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) among three that initially had inconclusive results. The sample will be sent to England for further testing.
When companies acquire properties, they usually either change the name to fit their brand, or they let the acquired properties operate under the original name. This allowed the acquired property to keep the name recognition that came it.
The first step to finding the right online university is to decide what degree you want. Do you want an undergraduate or graduate degree?
Could someone tell Russell Beattie to stop putting ultra-wide images in his blog posts? They keep breaking my aggregator, forcing me to either scroll back and forth sideways, or just skip the posts and hope I can understand the gist from the 80% of the text I can read.
A survey conducted by the Business Software Alliance shows that one out of every three software programs that people use around the world is pirated.
MCI stockholder are having problems with the Verizon bid to take over the telecommunications company. Several leading shareholders are urging Qwest not to give up the fight quite so easily. With a $1.3 billion in difference between the two bids, this fight isn’t over.
NASA has made the decision to perform another fuel test on the Discovery space shuttle replacing its tank.
PR Face2Face is a special series of interviews with the top public relations and publicity professionals in the country, as well as with people involved in the public relations world. The ninth installment is Dan Gillmor, founder of Grassroots Media Inc.
Adobe Systems has agreed to buy Macromedia in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion.
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.
The competitive summit continues. I’m bummed that I haven’t had much time to make it over there. It’s cool that they let the attendees blog.
When writing code for the Win32 platform, most developers don’t pay attention to selecting a “calling convention”, and in most cases it doesn’t really matter much. But as systems get larger and split into more modules (especially when third-party modules are to be included), this becomes something that cannot really be ignored.
Microsoft Great Plains has tens thousands of installation across the USA as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Spanish speaking South America, UK, Poland, Middle East and South Africa.
The majority of spam mailings received around the world originate from the United States according to software company Sophos. In order to compile their list, company researchers monitored all spam messages that were sent to their network during 2004.
For a few days now, the latest Internet goof-up being linked by news sites and IM’ers alike has been focused on Target.com. Since early last week, people have been finding questionable products featured on Target’s website. As links to these pages make their way around the Internet, the blogosphere was quick with its commentary. However, did some bloggers jump the gun when criticizing Target?
Some sites are perfect for the Christmas season – their products fit easily into the idea of gift-giving. But what if the products and services you offer are for small business owners?
WebProNews, an article portal for Internet and technology professionals that also has an email newsletter with over 800,000 subscribers, has – with my blessing …
Several people have asked me about setting up a forum on their website recently, so I thought it might be helpful to cover this topic for the benefit of all my readers.
Not publishing is much better than publishing poor quality content. Most people come to websites to carry out tasks. Quality content will help them complete these tasks quickly and efficiently. Poor quality content hinders task completion, and frustrates and annoys people.
We’ve all seen them, you’ve been browsing a website and you click a link and nothing loads apart from the words 404 Error’ along with the usual stuff.
There is ONE thing that every Internet marketer needs to have in order to do business online.