Captcha and Turk – Two Tastes that Taste Great Together

The Turk AutomatonIn this Marketing Over Coffee learn :

About what to use to send bulk email, using WordPress as your homepage, and why nothing is free. All this and more…

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00:46 Mark “The Boffin” asks about Email tools and autoresponders – VerticalResponse, blue sky factory, Manticore, ExactTarget, ConstantContact, Dada Mail, or even Do-It-Yourself!

06:20 Captchas and Turks, security and getting work done, John laments sending money abroad

08:12 Ozzie asks about website hosting and getting a website off the ground, the risk of CPU overage

11:00 Ghetto-style websites with wordpress. Learn how to use wordpress, get a template cheap (or get a wordpress template done by a pro). Take advantage of all the plugins out there

15:00 Hosting a blog yourself versus using a service provider, and selling off third level domains as a Red Saber tactic

18:00 Google Apps and Salesforce.com Integration announced, and Google looking to aggregate Analytics data, tracking movement is more important than aggregating data

22:08 Even more on the Forrester report, and charging for Podcamp Boston 2, nothing is free (if you have no sponsor, you are the sponsor), maybe John can finally get Marketing Over Cocktails going

John is still on the wedding tour

Chris is going to Podcamp DC and then Podcamp NYC.

Our theme song is called Mellow G by Fonkmasters from the Podsafe Music Network

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7 thoughts on “Captcha and Turk – Two Tastes that Taste Great Together”

  1. There is also ( a slightly new) email service called icontact
    http://www.icontact.com/a.pl/212813 (and yes that’s my affiliate link – feel free to substitute yours) that allows you to pay “on the go” so if you have a small list you pay less.

    Another great email tool is http://www.tryfanbridge.com where you can manage your email list and your text message list (which might be great for Chris and all his college students).

    You guys also said you had your numbers and demographics on your site where are they? I was curious..

    Dave Jackson
    http://www.perosnalpodcastcoach.com

  2. There is also ( a slightly new) email service called icontact
    http://www.icontact.com/a.pl/212813 (and yes that’s my affiliate link – feel free to substitute yours) that allows you to pay “on the go” so if you have a small list you pay less.

    Another great email tool is http://www.tryfanbridge.com where you can manage your email list and your text message list (which might be great for Chris and all his college students).

    You guys also said you had your numbers and demographics on your site where are they? I was curious..

    Dave Jackson
    http://www.perosnalpodcastcoach.com

  3. Toward the end you were talking about costs. One cost you also didn’t mention was the cost of time to produce content. That’s time that could be spent doing something else that could make money.

    Great show and I’m glad you’re here!

  4. Toward the end you were talking about costs. One cost you also didn’t mention was the cost of time to produce content. That’s time that could be spent doing something else that could make money.

    Great show and I’m glad you’re here!

  5. Hi guys,

    Another great cast!!

    thanks for the answers to my pretty vauge question about auto responders….

    Just for your info, I’m running a personalised gift website http://www.photostuffdirect.co.uk i’m looking to send out 5 photography lessons on a weekly basis to encourage subscribers.

    your saying vertcial resp is expensive, but with no monthly fee it works out pretty good value for our efforts at the moment (as far as i can work out).

    cheers!!

  6. Hi guys,

    Another great cast!!

    thanks for the answers to my pretty vauge question about auto responders….

    Just for your info, I’m running a personalised gift website http://www.photostuffdirect.co.uk i’m looking to send out 5 photography lessons on a weekly basis to encourage subscribers.

    your saying vertcial resp is expensive, but with no monthly fee it works out pretty good value for our efforts at the moment (as far as i can work out).

    cheers!!

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