Post Office Twilight

In this Marketing Over Coffee:

Learn about the Post Office, Google Acquires Motorola, ! All this and more…

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01:43 Great story on a possible collapse of the USPS, Google Catalogs – So far Google has partnered with Anthropologie, Bare Escentuals, Bergdorf Goodman, Crate and Barrel, L.L. Bean, Lands’ End, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Pottery Barn, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora, Sundance, Tea Collection, Urban Outfitters and Williams-Sonoma. Google Trend Analytics

06:37 Motorola Acquired by Google, Get your HTML 5 on.

09:23 From the LinkedIn Group – New LinkedIn App, Press releases still worth doing?

14:10 Social Media monitoring tools, Subject Line Mining via Twitter

17:07 Getting PPC data into an Excel Spreadsheet from SEOmoz.

18:04 Firefox 8, Windows 8, Thunderbird 6, Amazon EC2

23:12 Upcoming Events:

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24:30 Question of the Week: What’s working for you in Direct Mail?

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2 thoughts on “Post Office Twilight”

  1. The USPS is very important to ecommerce. The flat rate boxes offer a good rate and a free box. Plus, the service is generally better than UPS – hate these guys.

  2. Another great show John and Chris. I’m usually driving home listening your show and since I can’t write down links I usually find them in your show notes. In today’s show you mentioned a few great services that weren’t in the notes so in case anyone else is looking, here they are: – become a topic-specific source for journalists – free PR! – mass follow beat-specific journalists on twitter – archive and search tweets by hashtag, keyword or person 

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