The Boys Are Back in Town

In this Marketing Over Coffee learn :

About HTML Email Design, Twitter RT Tracking, Increasing Webinar Attendence! All this and more…

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Show length 22:20

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01:20 The Marketing Over Coffee LinkedIn Group is still rolling – HTML Email Design

05:31 John Blue sends in an article on some killer Direct Marketing in Forbes Magazine

06:02 Michael P. asks about Twitter RT tools – check TweetReach

06:43 Mac App Store, Verizon iPhone are both “Old” News

08:20 Chicago Mike Reports on Illinois possibly forcing Amazon to close affiliate program

09:33 How to increase your webinar audience

12:30 Does Refer-a-Friend work?

16:07 Kiva Continues! Robert Rodriguez Home Repair in the Great State of Texas – Strifeistan, Africa and now the Great State of Texas!

17:15 Sample MindMap posted at John’s Blog, Chris likes MindNode

17:40 Upcoming Events – The 25th Annual MOC Awards! Time to vote for the Marketing Over Coffee Awards! Slavik has stepped up to sponsor the awards. Chris at NEDMA and SocialFresh Tampa

21:08 Question of the Week –Are you using any Twitter RT tracking tools? And, why haven’t you bought the MOC app from iTunes yet? Or The Marketing Over Coffee T-Shirt (and limited edition Beantown Version)

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3 thoughts on “The Boys Are Back in Town”

  1. Great to have you back, guys. Sooo glad I live in California and don’t have to deal with that snow. And speaking of California, one correction: while California initially proposed to tax Amazon Associates payments, the state backed down when Amazon threatened to close all Californians’ Associates accounts, depriving the state not just of tax from Amazon, but from the associates on their incomes. So while I may not be making money money from (or use of) my Amazon Associates account, it’s still operative.

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