QR – Quick Response Marketing Campaigns

In this Marketing Over Coffee learn :

About QR (Quick Response), Email Seeds, and Twitter for CRM! All this and more…


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Show length 24:50

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00:27 QR and Augmented Reality

04:35 Theresa ask for more on Email seeds – like yourname+sourcecode@gmail.com

06:08 mashKULTURE.net (that has funky gear) asks about using Stumbleupon to generate hits, Chris goes instead for twitter and his own incentive program.

09:13 Greg and Chris both asking for career advice

12:58 The portable MBA series, and the swipe file

16:10 Will emails, we are huge in Melbourne, Salesforce Twitter CRM Tool, similar to Radian 6? Celebrity Twitter! We rate Hammer as Legit.

21:28 John hasn’t checked out the videos for IE8, because he was trying to kill malware.

Congratulations to Mike McAllen for his award winning client!

22:20 Past Question of the week – Survey tools: Reagan says http://www.questionpro.com, Tom says: http://checkbox.com and flypaper.com

Question of the Week – What are you using for your swipe file?

Upcoming Event Watch: PRSA in NYC, Tim Street from SXSW next week, Podcasters Across Borders, MarketingProfs in June

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2 thoughts on “QR – Quick Response Marketing Campaigns”

  1. Hey guys,

    Another great do-it-yourself education resource is the Personal MBA – http://personalmba.com

    It provides a great starting list of books to read and some areas to discuss what you are learning with others who are on the same journey. The great thing about it is that you can customize it to fit what you are trying to learn.

    I’ve been doing my own version of the program for a while now. It’s also something that I’ve included on my resume under education that provides the opportunity to discuss how I am continuously working to better myself through self eduction.

    Chris Wilson

  2. You guys mentioned the idea of putting together some MBA-type resources. I recently stumbled across “The Free Nonprofit Micro-eMBA”:


    This looks like a pretty reasonable little program, particularly given the specific focus on nonprofits who likely don’t have the big bucks to send their people out for an expensive eMBA.

    Oh okay, I’m looking at the page again and they have a link to a more general “micro” program as well:


    Anyway both look pretty interesting, and you certainly can’t beat the price!

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