Pinterest, PIPA, Parrot

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00:22 Steve Jobs doll shot down

00:41 SOPA and PIPA Nuclear Option, Electronic Frontier Foundation

05:57 CES, Parrot Zik Headphones

08:07 Google + your world

09:57 Pinning Etsy picks to Pinterest

12:44 Vox on why you don’t email segment

17:35 Danny Sullivan on Search 2011

18:57 Ellen asks: Any suggestions on affiliate/referral programs to integrate w social media?

23:19 The MoC Quarterly Report – Get yours today! Your feedback wanted. What’s the pricing strategy?

23:50 Still time to Nominate for the Marketing Over Coffee Awards!

23:58 Question of the Week: What are you going to do with Pinterest?

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3 thoughts on “Pinterest, PIPA, Parrot”

  1. That is so true. As an author and business man, I can relate to what you had said. I hope more people discover your blog because you really know what you’re talking about. Can’t wait to read more from you!

  2. Definitely agree that it is very visual. Companies with intangible products will probably have to hijack a topic/pic to get the pins.

    Just for fun – a list of topics for Chris to pin:MOC award nominees and have ppl vote by likingHow to make a ninja’s breakfastNinjas’ edition of happy hourBiggest wins of the year (or fails, including photos, videos, etc.)Infographics or screenshots (Esp those from your blog. I’m sure you know already but I didn’t hear it mentioned in the podcast, the photos are also links. I usually click back to read more or find more things to pin.)Feel free to ignore, I’m just a Pinterest addict. Some of my friends see absolutely no point in it and think I’m nuts. Lol I still love it. =)

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