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fergusonsarah Happy to hear these tips helped you out. I visited your website which provides a very important service for women and couples trying to get pregnant. Keep visiting our blog for more simple tips. All the best, Denise.
1 year, 5 months ago on 5 Ways to Grow Your Facebook Business Page
Charlotte74 Hi Charlotte,
I'm happy to hear this post provided you with some valuable information! I also checked out your Skiing Blog and I think it's great. Keep up the good work!
This is a great application!
1 year, 8 months ago on Etsy From Berlin: Web4Retail is streaming live!
I love this post. However, I have some clients who don't want our agency to engage with them too often. Back in the old days it was easy for clients to be hands off (and most agencies liked it that way). But, these days I find it necessary and exciting to talk frequently with clients about new ideas for promotions such as growing their fan base on Facebook or engaging directly via Twitter (as you mentioned). BTW, "Show me the money!!". Also, a good quote-:)
1 year, 8 months ago on Help Yourself to Help Your Clients
Howie Goldfarb Exactly. I think it's possible that fortune 500 CMO's have aliases that allow them to quietly monitor what's going on online without getting 'outted'. Either that, or they just don't participate and try to ignore anything other than traditional marketing/advertising. Either/both scenarios are possible.
1 year, 8 months ago on Danny Brown Called Me a Dilhole Or How to Find the Secret Sauce
What a great post! Generally the people who are actually making money in media/marketing are those who are the most quiet....
This is a great post. I was inspired to change my RSS feed box on our company blog. Thanks for the great tip.
1 year, 8 months ago on How a Dumb Little Tweak Nearly Doubled My Blog's Email Subscriber Rate
I participated in my first #blogchat this week. I'll be following along in November. Should be fun!
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thanks. talk soon. Danny Brown
1 year, 8 months ago on Forget Digg – Stumbleupon is Where It’s At For Blog Traffic
Thanks for the reply. I did notice a near 100% bounce rate from SU, which was a little disappointing. I get the impression SU is really making a bona fide effort at building a useful and relevant platform. So, perhaps their developers will continue to refine it.
On another note, should you all decide to start a bloggers group - would you think of me? I'm fairly new to blogging, but I'd really like to continue to gain more experience. dk
I had pretty much had left StumbleUpon for dead until I participated in a Webinar a couple of months ago. It seemed they had initiated a pretty intense rebranding/rebirthing internet campaign and I wanted to know more. Since that time, I read your article and convinced me to discover StumbleUpon. My thoughts are this: su.pr is awesome. It 'does' drive traffic, but beyond that, it's simple to use and the integration with TW & FB make it super easy to get a lot done at once. By the way, I follow your blog a lot. This is the first time I've commented. I'm trying to get better and letting the bloggers I watch know I like their work.