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My Business Bogging Workshop At Reseller Club Hosting Summit

Few days back I told you about Reseller club hosting summit 2013, which happened at Hyatt, Gurgaon and I was one of the speaker for WorkShop over there. This was my 2nd such Workshop, and it was a great learning experience for me. At the workshop, I interacted with many small business owners, who are into online business, but still don’t have a blog to promote their business. In the workshop, I talked about why […]
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Podcasting Vs Broadcasting: Which is Best For Your Blog?

You know those moments when someone rich or smart turns out to be wrong? You know, those moments that we secretly like? Well, we got treated to one of those moments recently. In 2005, a Forbes magazine ran an article who’s headline proclaimed “Cuban Says Podcasting Doomed to be Forgotten,” and to be honest, many people agreed with him. After all, who would have thought that something as low-tech as radio would be popular in […]
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Yelp Lawsuit Seeks Wages for Yelpers

A lawsuit is seeking employment benefits and wages for reviewers (a.k.a. "Yelpers") that have been posting free reviews on Yelp. The lawsuit claims Yelp has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and has refused to pay wages to its reviewers.



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Ad-Free No More: Instagram Ads Have Officially Hit The Feed

Today we officially bid adieu to the ad-free Instagram feed. From here on out Instagram will run official ads that will display content to users – no follow required.
The first Instagram ad can be seen below and is a photo from Michael Kors promoting their “Timeless” Collection:

Other advertisers that we’ll soon see include include Adidas, Ben & Jerry’s, Burberry, General Electric, Levi’s, Lexus, Macy’s, PayPal, and Starwood according to CNET.
For more information see our previous look at on Instagram Ads.




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Marketing Day: November 1, 2013

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

With @TwitterAdTips, Twitter Now Gives Advertising Advice Via Direct Messages

It’s fascinating to watch Twitter evolve its direct message system into a marketing and engagement tool. The latest example of that is a new account called @TwitterAdTips that’s specifically built for Twitter’s advertisers. It promises “personalized tips to improve your Twitter Ads account performance.” And it’s going to share those tips via Direct Messages. It’s […]

Groupon Gives Itself A Newly Designed Website & Mobile App For Its 5th Birthday

Groupon is celebrating its five year anniversary today with the launch of a new website and mobile app. According to the announcement, both the site and app have been redesigned to include more search, browsing, merchandising and location features. “The website is now much faster and has a sophisticated new look and fee…

With @TwitterAdTips, Twitter Now Gives Advertising Advice Via Direct Messages

It’s fascinating to watch Twitter evolve its direct message system into a marketing and engagement tool.
The latest example of that is a new account called @TwitterAdTips that’s specifically built for Twitter’s advertisers. It promises “personalized tips to improve your Twitter Ads account performance.” And it’s going to share those tips via Direct Messages.
It’s the latest of several recent products/accounts that are starting to change what the Direct Message (DM) system can do.
In June, Twitter launched the @MagicRecs account that sends content and user recommendations via DM based on activity in your “follow graph.” And everyone I know loves it. When a bunch of your followers start to follow a new account, @MagicRecs alerts you — I’m betting those DMs have a high conversion rate from users clicking to follow the same account that several friends have started following.
Earlier this month, Twitter also launched an @EventParrot account — an experiment that sends breaking news via Direct …