All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Talk’
The Fly With Me podcast has captured some of the pilot-tower audio from last week’s Jet Blue emergency landing at LAX.
Google’s standard rule of not telling anybody anything until its too late has caused worldwide speculation as to what on Earth they plan to do with all that new money. A recent New York invitation-only meeting with Eric Schmidt and Sergey Brin did little to change that silent trend.
There are a number of ways to inform the public of your business. Two of the more popular ways being used by Internet-related companies deals with either a large online and offline marketing campaign, which is usually astronomically expensive. The second, and seemingly more preferred method uses more of a viral approach.
Anyone in the SEO game is by now reading Matt Cutts’ blog, and well they should. The “real insider Googleplex scoop” is so often what emanates from Matt – and for those of us who don’t get to “that part” of the conferences, it’s really illuminating reading.
I was reading the press release issued yesterday by Ketchum Public Relations announcing their new service offering called Ketchum Personalized Media: “a global service that advises organizations to know how, why and when to integrate the growing roster of online and wireless media – from blogs and podcasts to mobile marketing – into their overall communications strategy,” according to the announcement.
Yahoo corporate blogger Jeremy Zawodny wonders if media embargoes are overused, thanks in part, to the role of corporate blogs…
There are only two things in this world that annoy me and one is a prospective client asking for my media references.
Morgan Stanley shares have gone up since its board of directors has approved the sale of its Discover credit card business.
John Battelle asked some good questions about the Mark Jen controversy. Believe it or not, I met Mark tonight (err, “last night” to most of you at this point) and had a chance to chat with him about his brief time at Google and various other things.
It’s inevitable. Everyone hits the wall. Whether you’ve been blogging ten weeks, ten minutes, or ten months, eventually you’ll find yourself with absolutely nothing to say.
If you’re in the market for a new website, one of the first things you’ll need to do is hire a web designer. As in any field, there are good web designer and bad web designers, and it’s important to know how to determine which is which. Here are 5 tips to get you started:
Have you noticed the latest online craze? No, it’s not how to make a million dollars overnight, although that idiotic idea is still floating around… It’s adding voice to your website. “Ma Bell” meets the Internet, so to speak. If you spend any amount of time online I’m sure you’ve seen a number of sites employing this technology.
am a member of that large group of Americans known as baby boomers, the post World War II generation. Although I only have a fuzzy memory of Howdy Doody, and am too young to have been one of the first Musketeers, I can remember transistor radios, pedal pushers, saddle shoes, and my Dad’s brand new 1960 Ford Galaxie 500. Sharp car.
I saw a television commercial the other day. It actually made me laugh out loud. It wasn’t funny “ha ha,” it was funny ironic. A local telephone service provider was singing its own praises about what wonderful service it provided. “Yeah, sure!” I thought. I used to live in the area that this particular provider covered, and I know for a fact their service is anything but wonderful.
One of the commandments in my free ebook, “The 10 Commandments of Power Positioning” (at http://SuccessDoctor.com/free/), stresses the importance of putting things down in writing. While it may sound somewhat facetious (especially in this overcommunicated, information-overloaded, click-happy, “read-it-as-fast-as-it-shoots-across-your-screen” world), it’s not.
A lot of the time, especially in my humor writing, I am extremely sarcastic about Internet marketing. I make fun of the hype, the advertising, and some of the marketing strategies used. At times, my readers may wonder if I believe there is even a point to the whole thing.
While the Internet delivers a HUGE market of potential buyers, it also delivers a HUGE amount of competition for those buyers.
If you are into affiliate programs, what is it about your business that can make you stand out from all the other affiliates who are promoting the exact same site?
Have you heard of the preacher (there are probably quite a few of them fitting this description) who wrote in the margin of his sermon Argument weak – talk louder!’? Well, as with sermons and speeches, so with ads for your online business – talking louder won’t convince anyone if your fundamental argument is weak.
Emotional intelligence involves many separate competencies. One of them is compassion or empathy. You might think of it as ^soft.^ Well, actually some people think of emotional intelligence as ^soft.^
Have you noticed all of the advertisements on the Internet from “gurus” and people who have “made it” with their Internet business? You know the ones, they tell you how in demand they are. They tell you how they get several thousand dollars for each seminar they give. They tell you how they’ve made hundreds of thousands of dollars online. And they tell you they’ll give you their secrets and formulas for the “ridiculously low price of $99.95”!
We’ve all heard that the fear of death is second only to the fear of public speaking. That may be true, but if you’re look ing for one of the cheapest and most effective methods of promoting your service or product, concentrate on the positive results of doing a presentation.