Like most people in our industry, you probably spend far too much time going through useless emails, and trying to put an end to the spam you just don't seem to be able to stop. What impact do you think this has on your online business? In short: it decreases your productivity and slows your business down.
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Let's take a closer look...
And you can create them all from a single dashboard! With ViralinBox, you won't need to create a new email account when you need a new email address, because you can create 30, 60, 100 on an unlimited number of them from a single account (depending on your membership level). The best part is... You can create a new email address using nothing else than 'mind control'. When you give someone an email address that doesn't exist, the system automatically creates a new box when an email is sent to that address.
ViralinBox even allows you to permanently stop spam with a single click. Because you create a new box for every contact you make and every list you join, you can see who is trying to sell you something or even spamming you, and you can close the box. This will permanently stop the flow of spam, and you will NEVER receive an email from that source again!
ViralinBox is also jam-packed with powerful marketing features. If you upgrade to Platinum or higher, you will have access to the mailer system. As a Platinum Member, you will receive 1,000 Mail Credits every day, and as a Diamond Member, you will receive 2,000 Mail Credits every day! This means you can email up to 60,000 every month! Imagine selling a $47 product! Even with a low conversion rate, you will make hundreds of dollars every time you send an email.
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See you on the other side...
David Leesubmitted by carvata
Today I got a coupon for a free pizza from a company in town. They use a service that apparently catalogs when people move into the area.
Any idea where they get this data from? I'd like to utilize it but if there are public sources for address changes I'd obviously prefer those.submitted by Vaginal_Scrapings
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So I've finally convince my company to start researching different CRM companies and programs, and we have Tour de Force coming in on Monday to give a presentation and I have a few questions.
Have any of you used Tour de Force? What has been your experience? What has been the most useful thing it has done for your company? What is your biggest complaint?
If you are using another CRM service apply the same questions above.submitted by morebeergoodsir
Organic impressions on Facebook are declining and space on Google results pages are becoming dominated by paid placement instead. What’s and SEO to do?
EdgeRank on Facebook doesn’t work like it used. Do you need to (if you choose to) pay to push content? BlitzLocal CEO Dennis Yu shared recent Facebook data showing the increase in paid impressions and decrease in organic results that have taken place since last October.Facebook paid and organic results
With more and more content delivery services like OutBrain cropping up, no wonder the major Brand players are looking to capitalize on being seen and heard no matter what the cost.submitted by tregco
Quick background: I'm in a paid 'marketing' internship at a large multinational company's small financial division's satellite office for a blue collar industry. I have a year of my bachelor's remaining, this internship is "through" my university (I participated in the internship program and I applied to this job through the program's portal, no real grading or anything else occurs). However, it is a full year internship. Now I've had a previous summer paid internship for 4 months. Was great, learned a lot, employees were fun, was downtown, paid decent, then ended. Couldn't have been happier.
As I pass the 4 month mark in my new 12 month internship... I just feel exploited. There is absolutely no job waiting for me, I feel like I have learned all I'm going to learn at this point, no one is my age and my marketing team is just me and my uber busy manager who I barely have a relationship with. My role is supposed to be market analyst but the research I do is based off cold web searching of specific companies my manager is meeting with. I receive emails throughout the day from other departments to do menial clerical work for them. I literally only show up for the pay check at this point. I have no say in anything as its a multinational corporation with extreme brand management and compliance measures. I feel like I'm rotting away in this office and I often have to remind myself that I am only 22 years old.
What would you do? It just doesn't feel right to be working a job with no real responsibility, recognition, respect or any space to move up or leave an impression. I feel like I'm in a dead end job when I should be at the prime of my life building skills & networks, making impressions, friends, having fun, working hard/play hard and all that jazz.
I find myself just browsing the web endlessly looking for answers. I wake up at 6am every day and get home at 6:30pm, bed by 10:30. Just exhausted without feeling like I've accomplished a single thing (other than becoming a gym rat so I can at least make progress somewhere). However, I purchased a car to make the commute and am now reliant on my paycheck to make payments, insurance and gas.
Most people will say "make the most of it" or "welcome to real life kid" but I've had other work experience and this isn't real life. Its some sort of trial version.
I am a driven individual. This internship, its title and the corporation appear very prestigious on paper and will open doors for me, but remaining 12 months seems as useful as being here for 4. The best thing I can come up with is build up my resume, which is already pretty stacked, through certificates (SEO) and skills (photoshop) or build my portfolio to hopefully secure a likely unpaid advertising internship over the summer that I can try my hand at (and quit this one after 8 months). Thereby spending the next 4 months just surviving/applying to internships on my spare office time.
There is also the option to quit completely and go back to school in January but I feel it may oddly stagger my semesters/classmates.
Any thoughts are appreciated.
EDIT: I forgot to add that through small talk with coworkers I found out that my predecessor (they have a revolving door of interns for this position) strongly disliked the internship position as well and found it very boring. She however had an 8 month work term.submitted by Phaint
If you thought Millenials can't have enough of technology, think again. A global online survey by PSB, and commisioned by chipmaker Intel corp tells you why ?https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=545449088864635&set=a.318511281558418.73877.144237092319172&type=1submitted by psbresearch
I'm a one-man marketing band in a small UK retail business with e-commerce as well as small shop front.
We have just been given the sales patter from Yell/Hibu re Display Advertising and their 'netReach' product. Although I like to think I have a solid understanding of online and digital tactics, this one is new territory for me.
Does anyone have any experience with a product such as this? Is this unique to Hibu or is it a service that any media agency can offer? Does it have a place in the marketing budget for a small business?
How would you use an online advertising budget of £2000?
Thoughts greatly appreciated.submitted by macheyb