Full Disclosure – We’re trying to get money out of you

In this Marketing Over Coffee learn :

About Adaptive Email, Why We Buy, Ethics and Microsites! All this and more…

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Show length 29:39

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00:48 Jeff sends us an AdWeek article on Marketing/IT Communication and wisely notes the horrible URL structure. A new Marketing Over Coffee Blog template coming soon.

02:40 The 12 Days of Marketing Over Coffee are upon us! Jay from The Marketing Spot Blog says he’s in.

04:42 Terri said she’d cover Podcamp Pittsburgh for us, Shout out to Dan York.

05:03 Michael from HP replies to the “Intelligent Email” comment from the last show – what is Adaptative Email?

09:10 Todd asks about getting voicemail delivered as an mp3. Google Voice vs. K7. You can leave a message on the Marketing Over Coffee Line at 617-606-3661

10:33 Paco Underhill’s Why We Buy, remember that Marketing Over Coffee is always trying to get money out of you.

13:02 Andy calls breach of ethics on using focus groups for lead gen.

14:57 Brett asks about Microsites and when to use them

18:53 Thanks for the iTunes reviews, Femi asks about how to Nominate for the Marketing Over Coffee Awards, just leave a comment here.

20:44 Upocoming Event Watch: Not much, things are slow for the holidays, enjoy yours!

22:51 Question of the Week: Are you in for the 12 Days of Marketing Over Coffee? If yes, leave a comment here.

24:20 Bonus Track – Matthew Ebel’s Away in a Manger

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12 thoughts on “Full Disclosure – We’re trying to get money out of you”

  1. For the Marketing Over Coffee awards I would like to nominate for Best New Marketing Podcasts: Power to the Small Business by Jay Ehret and the BeanCast by Bob Knorpp .

  2. For the Marketing Over Coffee awards I would like to nominate for Best New Marketing Podcasts: Power to the Small Business by Jay Ehret and the BeanCast by Bob Knorpp .

  3. At the risk of seeming horribly self-promoting – I'd like to nominate the Manic Mommies Escape! For the past three years, the Manic Mommies have been connecting listeners through our annual Escape. You can see details from this year's Escape, which brought over 160 women to Napa Valley, here: http://www.manicmommies.com/escape2009-napa/

    Keep up the great work!

  4. Shameless plug, but I'd like to nominate our Twitter integration, Jobs-by-Twitter for a Marketing Over Coffee award.

    Our site, Jobsite.co.uk works with the Twitter API to provide bespoke job tweets to our followers, offering a truly personalised service.

    The idea came about as a result of being frustrated by all the generic feeds of jobs being pumped into the Twittersphere by other providers. They offered no means to personalise important search criteria such as job title, salary and location – kinda crucial for jobhunting!

    As a geeky bonus, we built our own URL shortener – myjo.bs – to reduce the links to fit within the 140 character limit.

    Feedback from users and industry has been very positive.

  5. At the risk of seeming horribly self-promoting – I’d like to nominate the Manic Mommies Escape! For the past three years, the Manic Mommies have been connecting listeners through our annual Escape. You can see details from this year’s Escape, which brought over 160 women to Napa Valley, here: http://www.manicmommies.com/escape2009-napa/

    Keep up the great work!

    1. This is so funny, I’m posting the next show in a few minutes and we did a whole segment on why you should not be shy about nominating yourself for awards!

  6. Shameless plug, but I’d like to nominate our Twitter integration, Jobs-by-Twitter for a Marketing Over Coffee award.

    Our site, Jobsite.co.uk works with the Twitter API to provide bespoke job tweets to our followers, offering a truly personalised service.

    The idea came about as a result of being frustrated by all the generic feeds of jobs being pumped into the Twittersphere by other providers. They offered no means to personalise important search criteria such as job title, salary and location – kinda crucial for jobhunting!

    As a geeky bonus, we built our own URL shortener – myjo.bs – to reduce the links to fit within the 140 character limit.

    Feedback from users and industry has been very positive.

  7. This is so funny, I'm posting the next show in a few minutes and we did a whole segment on why you should not be shy about nominating yourself for awards!

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