Digital Marketing Posts

Optimizing Marketing Operations – eMetrics Lite

This session started out with Gary Katz of Marketing Operations Partners running through A LOT of content somewhat quickly. I didnt write down much of what he said, but I did get his “Top 10” style list You know your marketing resources are at risk….. Your metrics for success are ill-defined People are slammed Institutional […]

Monday, May 5th, 2008

Deep Data Diving – eMetrics Lite

I am at eMetrics all week and will post some of my quick session notes as the week goes on. If you want to follow what everyone is seeing, I advise you check out twemes.com. The first session was: Deep Data Diving – Bringing Online and Offline Inline w/ Rufus Evison. 13 million pieces of […]

Monday, May 5th, 2008

April Fools Joke – IGN

I really was going to stay away from April Fool’s and the jokes and all the assuming everything is a joke – but I failed. I must give credit to the best, well most costly (Im guessing) and perhaps the most involved joke that I saw today: The Legend of Zelda Movie Trailer. You can […]

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

12 Ways Social Networks are like High School

I got the idea for this post after reading how Drug dealers and software developers were similar. As I do come from a web developer background – I found it quite amusing (and quite sad at the end) and wondered if I could do the same for Social Media. Below is my feeble attempt to […]

Monday, March 24th, 2008

Google Changes Paid Ads in March

I have been into photography for a few years and just recently have gotten into video. As I have jumped into video, I have been on the look out for some clean, simple, and fast video editing software. My search for the software lead me to a few searches tonight on google.com with some odd […]

Sunday, March 2nd, 2008

Twitter adds reply to functionality

As I use Twitter more and more I have been talking to more and more people. The only problem is that when you are using the web interface you must type the person’s name in constantly. I often times have used Twitter’s site to go back to what I have missed but then used TwitterFox […]

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

Seesmic Initial Thoughts

Well I logged into my email tonight and found a Seesmic invitation code. I have put my initial thoughts down here and will follow with a better and more in depth review in the coming weeks hopefully. Register section is all flash and doesnt seem to let me copy and paste my invitation code. Quite […]

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

How a blog works.

1. I write the in-depth or not so in-depth content. 2. You stumble across it, del.icio.us to it, follow RSS to it, follow a tweet to it,follow pownce to it, google to it, or find a blog via some other method. 3. You read it, think about it, enjoy it, hate it, dismiss it, scream/hoot/holler […]

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Corporate Blogs Need Love Too

There seems to be a bit of “do as I say and not as I do” going around. There are some agencies of different types that are talking about the value of blogs and SEO, but don’t quite practice what they preach. It has always irked me when the teacher doesn’t follow his own rules […]

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Google Content rules Google SERPS

Graywolf found a screen shot on 10e20 that showed how Google owns Google SERPs. Imagine that. So for giggles I thought I would do my own search of “I am Legend” – the results were kind of shocking to say the least.

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008