CutestMarketerCompetition.com – $20 Reward

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About Twitter Conversions, Email Burn Rate, FTC Disclosure Rules! All this and more…

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Show length 28:36

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00:28 John Webster scores top Google results on 9 microsites

01:20 Chris visits Bentley to talk SEO

04:16 Daniel Johnson, Jr. Voicemail on Real Time Twitter Search – Keyword search tool for twitter? Glenn – follow rates in the low 40% for Twitter – Share groups of members on Twitter

09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

13:47 E&O Coverage, Whitney Hoffman’s Review of FTC’s Rules on Disclosure

16:31 Mr. Phelps Signs up for Hubspot, Chris at Inbound Marketing Summit

17:31 All American Pet Brands: In eight weeks, the website www.CutestDogCompetition.com has garnered 154,968,689 page views, over 55,721 entries and all are increasing daily

19:02 My order for Mitch’s Book bounced! Tim Street’s – 10 Things You Should Do Before Uploading your Online Video

19:50 Landing page makeover webinar – names changed to protect the guilty, Dreamforce coming soon.

22:03 Seth tip on having your email address up on your site

22:44 MOC Newsletter Test results- Do Email Graphics Matter

25:15 Question of the Week: What one thing about marketing is extremely important that you did not learn at school? And – Are you an educator?

25:55 BlogWorld register with Marketing Over Coffee 20% off Discount code: MOC20

26:00 Upocoming Event Watch: Web 2.Open is coming! MarketingProfs Chicago Oct 20-21, Evocation with An-shu Stephen K. Hayes.

26:22 7 Days of Marketing will open at the end of November, Nominations for the 24th Annual Marketing of Coffee Awards are now open, leave a comment to nominate!

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30 thoughts on “CutestMarketerCompetition.com – $20 Reward”

  1. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  3. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  4. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  5. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  6. Thanks for the mention guys- and happy to be a guest whenever!

    In the vein of full disclosure, this is not my primary area of practice, however, having done work with federal regulations for years (primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act) reading regulations and guidelines, as well as preparing industry comments for agencies is something I have some experience with, so the post is not without value. Sitting on the line between law and social media as a practitioner may end up being a very interesting place to be. 🙂

  7. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don't get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn't learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  8. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don't get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn't learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  9. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don't get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn't learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  10. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don't get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn't learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  11. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don't get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn't learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  12. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don't necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  13. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don't necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  14. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don't necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  15. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don't necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  16. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don't necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  17. The one thing that was missing from my marketing curriculum was new trends. I know that is a very broad topic, but it seemed like so many of the case studies were older.

    I graduated a year and a half ago, and I was not exposed to any type of digital or social media marketing. College, in my opinion, teaches you about what has happened not what is happening.

    Don’t get me wrong, I still learned A TON from my courses, but I just didn’t learn a lot about current trends and how things are/might be changing.

  18. Hi Chris and John,

    I graduated from University of Washington in 2006 and majored in marketing. Search Engine Optimization did not come up once in any class, but SEO has helped me get most of my work after school. I don’t necessarily think this is bad, because when do you actually learn anything practical in college anyways?

  19. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn't get through – not sure why.

  20. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn't get through – not sure why.

  21. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn't get through – not sure why.

  22. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn't get through – not sure why.

  23. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn't get through – not sure why.

  24. Guys – long time listener, long time fan (as they say). I love the show, and continue to learn new things from you guys every week. Keep up the great work!

    PS – tried the Google Voice widget and didn’t get through – not sure why.

  25. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

  26. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

  27. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

  28. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

  29. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

  30. Hi,

    >09:21 Daniel also asked about clickthrough data: eROI and MarketingSherpa have reports, subtracting out bounces and burn

    The MarketingSherpa link does not seem to work!

    Which study shows clickthrough rates at eROI ? Take a bit long to go through all the studys

    Thanks

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