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Friday, June 17, 2011

Practical Simple Marketing in the News - 6/17/11

Practical Simple Marketing In the News
Happy Friday! Here are for this week ending 6/17/11 links and resources shared on Twitter and tagged #practicalmktr grouped here together in Practical Simple Marketing In The News.

Practical Marketing Advice

  • How to build a successful rewards loyalty program: 5 tips #practicalmktr
  • Tips on how to followup on news releases & story pitches. What is your best practice? #practicalmktr
  • How are you using LinkedIn Today? @smexaminer shares tips: #practicalmktr
  • Ad extensions for Google PPC: #mpb2b presentation fr @amandadchaney via @Jchamp86 Advanced #practicalmktr
  • Want to understand Facebook's newsfeed algorithm? The lowdown on Edgerank [&] #practicalmktr

    Simple Marketing Inspiration

    • Lots good advice/insights in 5 social media blunders and how to avoid them. #practicalmktr
    • Four ingredients for social media success: #practicalmktr
    • Social Media offer oppty to hear *why* customers behave vs. count likes. #practicalmktr

      Brands Being Practical With Social Media

      • So cool: citizen scientists + social media to help prevent frog extinction #practicalmktr
      • Amazing reference: US Army social media handbook 2011 #practicalmktr via @marcogiunta
      • Pretty amazing: Morgan Stanley testing social media interaction with clients TB continued! #practicalmktr
      • R U familiar with this brand story? Mrs. Meyer's "unify, simplify, amplify" - #practicalmktr

      Here's a link to previous editions of Practical Simple Marketing In the News.

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