More from the Blogging All-Stars (Small Business E-commerce Link Digest – July 17, 2009)
Well, you can’t name your Top 9 Marketing and E-commerce All-Stars then not use them for the Weekly E-Commerce Link Digest. Seriously. It’s simply not done. So this week’s list is a showcase of the best these folks offered this week. Enjoy!
- We’ll lead things off with John Jantsch, who’s got a new PDF download called the “Beginner’s Guide to Using Twitter for Business”. Well worth the read.
- Mike Moran takes a contrarian – and very welcome – point of view with his latest post, reminding marketers thatInternet marketing is still marketing.
- Proving Mike’s point, Kevin Hillstrom looks at old school cataloging optimization and how it also applies to email. Fascinating stuff from a fascinating blog.
- And I love GrokDotCom’s “Communicating Value” exercises. Give the exercise a try and see how it works for you.
- Since this week’s hits tend towards tips (say that 5 times fast), make sure to read Linda Bustos’ “Marketing Tip: Keep an Email Headline Swipe File” for great advice on finding email headlines that work.
- Finally, we’ll finish off with an excellent piece from George Michie at Rimm-Kaufman Group, who looks at how multi-channel marketing affects PPC ads. Great stuff.
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