How’s the first quarter of 2010 — and the rest of the year — looking for you and your business?
Are you primed and ready to make money this year?
Have you put a plan in place to promote your business and maximize your success?
Here are ten quick, easy-to-implement things you can do that will guarantee your online business will be making you money this year:
Write down your personal affirmation for the month and the year.
The goal here is to help you step back from the hustle and bustle and stay focused on what’s important to you.
Get your story, idea, product, or service announcement out into the marketplace seven different ways, all at once.
Choose from these options to make a powerful impact:
- Press release
- Blog post
- E-zine blast
- Email announcement
- Downloadable audio snatch
- Free e-book
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Source: MarketingProfs Daily Fix / Mario Sundar
Since my last post on corporate blogging here, a lot has changed. I’ve had a chance to practice many of the concepts I preached, as LinkedIn’s corporate blog editor. I’ve also had the acquaintance of other corporate bloggers whom I greatly respect. So, it was a thrill to be able to bring together four of my peers for a dream panel at Blog World Expo, which I moderated. The topic: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Business Bloggers.
The panel included my friends Lionel Menchaca from Dell, Nicki Dugan from Yahoo!, Carolyn Abram from Facebook and Thomas Hoehn from Kodak. We had great participation from our audience but I’d be remiss not to share our learnings and presentation with you.
Given below are the key lessons that we shared with the audience members. continue reading
Wal-Mart has bought digital-streaming service Vudu, which will give Wal-Mart the capability to sell and rent high-definition movies that consumers can receive online. Wal-Mart’s digital-download offerings are currently limited to music, but the Vudu purchase gives it rights to more than 2,000 downloadable high-definition movies.
The iconic toy’s new career was unveiled last week (February 12th) at the New York Toy Fair after an online poll which captured the attention of women in technology around the world, including Microsoft technical recruiter Janelle Godfrey.
In a statement from Mattel, the makers of Barbie, the toy manufacturer said that they hoped having such an iconic figure as “an ambassador from female computer engineers can help inspire a new generation of girls to hone in on their computer skills and become a part of this growing profession”.
Equipped with a smartphone, Bluetooth headset and stylish geek-chic clothes, Computer Engineer Barbie‘s accessories were created in conjunction with the Society of Women Engineers and the National Academy of Engineering.