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Over 6 billion people have cell phones. Here’s how to use those in your marketing to build your lists: http://bit.ly/wc-students #mobileapps   #mobilemarketing   #listbuilding   #emailmarketing  
In this all-new live training, Tim Paige will show you four of the latest cutting-edge ways to grow your email list and reach your customers through SMS text messaging. Join us Wednesday at 3 pm Eastern for this live LeadPages training.
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Be honest and upfront, that's usually a good policy that really, really helps in marketing and public relations.
 
Great post about the "wedding policy" case: How Not To Ask For Reviews: A True Story About Local SEO via +Neil Patel #local  
Contributor Neil Patel tells the tale of a boutique hotel owner whose strategy for discouraging bad reviews backfired in a major way.
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1/ Securing your privacy and data. Engineers are making it easier to do, but beware: https://keybase.io/…/2014…/the-horror-of-a-secure-golden-key.
Public key crypto for everyone, publicly auditable proofs of identity.
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28.8... that was lightening fast!
 
On October 4, 1995 (19 years ago tomorrow), I made the first official announcement of the launch of the Amazon.com Books website. That announcement was made from my kitchen table/office via this state-of-the-art 28.8 modem. Here's the announcement, still alive http://www.urlwire.com/news/100495.html
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Sportiers rocked in their day...
Ah... memories... from 300 baud dial-up acoustical adapters through the progression to today. I've probably bought and used them all.
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I agree. The blog/socialmedia-phere is full of rehashed stuff that's just been rehashed. In the rush to feed the Internet monster, people aim for quantity over quality... which leads to spaminess. If this goes on with content curation, pretty soon Google will start downgrading online curation and call it the Platypus update ;-)
 
My Latest Blog Post:
 Why You Should Stop #Curating From Top #Content Sites
 http://ow.ly/BDIVX*#curation #smm


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Thinking outside the box and this idea became infectious (viral). #marketing #advertising #socialmediamarketing #publicity  
 
Forget the selfie. Turtle Wax is having great social media success getting people to doing #Reflectie . +Martin Beck has a great look at the campaign.
There aren’t many consumer products that inspire more adoration than cars. We love them, pamper them, polish them and show them off to our friends. There’s a reason the 1975 lyrics by Queen’s drummer Roger Taylor — “I’m in love with my car, gotta feel for my automobile” — tongue in cheek though they were, […]
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This explains a lot! John Hopkins scientists discovered a VIRUS that makes people STUPID, and nearly HALF of people tested HAVE it. http://www.naturalnews.com/047605_stupid_virus_cognitive_function_gene_expression.html
Real science: Almost half the population may be infected with a mysterious virus that makes people stupid
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Hmmmmm.... that would explain a lot! (and I bet I can guess which half, too!) ;)
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2/Feds say they own you identity if you are arrested for a crime (even a little one).
 
 
Feds say they own your identity if you are arrested for a crime...

DOJ essentially argues: "... if you’re arrested for a drug crime, including a crime unserious enough to merit a sentence of probation, the government retains the power to (a) steal your identity, (b) use that identity for drug policing, thus making your name and face known to potentially dangerous criminals, (c) interact with those criminals while posing as you, which could subject you to reprisals from those criminals, (d) expose photos of your family, including children, to those criminals, and (e) do all of this without your consent, and with no regard for your safety or public reputation." says +Radley Balko of the +Washington Post 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2014/10/07/once-youve-dehumanized-drug-offenders-its-easy-to-steal-their-identities/

Hat tip to +Kevin Mullett 

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Learning to code can be easy with these resources. Even kids can do it.
 
If you’ve recently used YouTube you’ll probably have seen an advert for Treehouse, an online ‘school’ that aims to teach people how to code with just 10 minutes of practice a day. Treehouse is one of a few learning websites that seek to teach coding to those with little or no prior experience. Coding can …
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Keep your doors open for better Wifi reception. Good to know...
 
Can you guess where my home office is?
I'm sensing a strong link between WiFi and Murphy's Law. Signal distribution calculation by: http://goo.gl/i8vFd4
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