- 62 Twitter Marketing Tips and Ideas
- If you are interested in using Google Adsense to advertise then you need to make sure you are aware of their policies. This will make the process smoother for you and eliminate any misunderstandings down the road. This can be a great money maker or advertising tool, but only when it is used correctly.
- Click fraud often comes up in discussions with clients and during training seminars. Is this something you should worry about? And what should you do if it happens to you?
Those of you who run PPC campaigns should arm yourself against this potential foe. Here's how.
- Google acquired GrandCentral, a phone management service in 2007 and there hasnt been any news at all. Finally, the wait is over as Google revamped GrandCentral and is relaunching as Google Voice. Google Voice is currently open only for GrandCentral users and will be open to all soon. Early registration gets you a telephone number of your choice.
- SAM is a simple voice answering machine for Skype users. When you are away from your PC and there is no one to answer your incoming Skype calls, KishKish SAM will pick up the call, play a greeting message and the all-time classic beep, so the calling party will leave a voice recorded message. Now SAM does even more. SAM will play a Video Greeting of your choosing while recording the voice message. And for your business you can record all your Skype conversations for later reference.
- TweetDeck has been my favorite Twitter client for a while. I was astonished to find recently, when setting up a new Twitter profile for a project I'm working on, that there is no way to manage multiple Twitter profiles using TweetDeck. There have been many requests, but no solution…
- I guess everyone knows about TweetDeck by now, but in short it's an enhanced Twitter client that allows split your data stream into smaller pieces. Groups, searches and other goodies are a part of the main interface, making it easy to administer larger amounts of twitter data. While this is the strength of TweetDeck, it's in some ways also it's weakness. Compared to other clients it takes up a lot more screen estate, but the thing that bugged me most was that currently there is no real easy way to keep your groups and other settings synchronized between different installs on different computers. Maintaining your user groups etc. on a computer by computer basis just isn't fun.