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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Mike Fekety commented: You can have tons of awareness (but no revenue.) Some websites / blogs aim to get hundreds-of-thousands (or millions) of users. That’s something advertisers are interested in paying for. In the beginnings, Facebook had millions of users, … Continue reading
The other day I came across two items that made me think about what we are really trying to do in the marketing world. The first item was a small company website. It was visually appealing, but it only gave … Continue reading
Lewis Elin commented: Regardless of the country and the culture, I think that all or at least most people have one question when faced with a decision to buy something, especially something that is new to them: “What’s in it … Continue reading
In spite of the tight economic conditions facing the world today, it seems that there are more and more companies working on connecting internationally. In the United States and elsewhere there is a great clamor to develop worldwide trading partners: … Continue reading
Mike Willett commented: Today the markets in most areas are flooded with bad logos, bad sites, bad messages, and of course, horrible marketing, but the bottom line these days is speed and money. With that in mind, take a tour … Continue reading