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Free Marketing e-Book

We recently participated in a free marketing eBook with around 33 other industry experts.  It’s filled with some great tips for business owners and those looking for marketing tips and tricks.  Download it free at the marketing in progress blog.

The book has a variety of information on social media, blogging, seo, email marketing, and more.   Again, it’s free and you don’t even have to put in your email address.

Thanks to Brett for helping put this ...

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Googling Fraud

You just can’t escape Google

The anonymous woman googled “John, Anne and Panama” and found the picture, which she sent to police and the Guardian. They report that John walked into a London police station over the weekend and told them “I think I am a missing person.” He was arrested on charges of fraud (y’think?). The police plan to validate the picture. Because, y’know, having him in custody isn’t enough evidence ...

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MySpace and Facebook expand ads

We knew this was going to happen.

MySpace on Monday expanded options for advertisers to target consumers based on the information they provide in their social-networking profiles.

The company, which operates the largest site for meeting and sharing photos and other information with friends, also announced a new way for small businesses and individual users to create and place their own ads targeting potential customers by their stated interest and geographic location.

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Want to stay away from Vista

Found a nice little explanation on how to stay away from Vista and stick with XP.  It’s time to downgrade. 

To the vast bulk of users, though, “downgrade” is a synonym for reverting to an older version. In that case, it simply means dumping Vista and returning to XP

Also, this is a funny writeup on the problems of outlook 2007.

They hate us – OK, this one might be pushing it, but ...

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Google Video Ads

We’ve been waiting for more info about this direction and it is slowly starting to come out.

“It’s a topic that’s come up in a lot of internal discussions,” said Fox during a Q&A session about Google’s search usage and trends.

We want to do the best job of conveying information to the user. In many cases that’s a text ad. In some cases it may not be a text ad. It may be an image, it ...

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Free Wi-Fi will never last…

A colleague and I were discussing a new Search Engine Marketing client and their plan to market to the growing world of RV parks and users. KOA Campgrounds is now offering free Wi-Fi at most of its locations and the client was excited to let us know this fact.

The service is also increasingly provided for free. In the 2007 KOA Directory, 324 of ...

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