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Friday, December 23, 2011

Practical Simple Marketing in the News 12/23/11

Practical Simple Marketing In the News
Before getting started with this week's links, I want to wish each and every one of you a happy, healthy holiday filled with friends and family, and wonderful success in the 2012 New Year!

In case you have a few moments to read, here are, for this week ending 12/23/11, links and resources shared on Twitter and tagged #practicalmktr grouped here together in Practical Simple Marketing In The News.

Simple & Practical Marketing Data

  • Gr8 data re: Content marketing trends, benchmarks, budgets for 2012 #practicalmktr
  • Good reference info: Marketers plan to integrate social & email in 2012: R U doing same? #practicalmktr

    Practical Marketing Advice

    • Bookmark this infographic: how to search google for research #practicalmktr
    • Wise advice: 4 ways to optimize content for economy focused buyer: #practicalmktr #CMI
    • Don't forget to include your social profiles: social data influences search marketing #practicalmktr

      Simple Marketing Inspiration

      • I love all these #practicalmktr ideas fr @deniseleeyohn in 2011 year in idea on Business Insider
      • Tracing Santa's family tree: delicious #practicalmktr!
      • What do you do to inspire trust for your business? Love these #practicalmktr ideas

        Brands Being Practical With Social Media

        • 3 Financial Services Companies online, doing content & social fr @Junta42 #CMI #practicalmktr

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

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