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Things that were delicious this week – 9 April, 2010
- It’s a total cliche to mention Chris Brogan when you’re talking about Conversation Marketing, but hey, things become a cliche for a reason, right? This short but sweet post about “You as an entertainer” from Chris on OpenForum proves why he’s at that cliche level.
- Jeremiah seems to have fallen into a “matrix routine” with his latest posts. That said, they continue to be extremely effective. This post on “How To Choose Social Media Programs by Brand, Lifestyle, Product or Location” is well worth a read for any brand.
- You know, sometimes the BCM blog puts me in two minds. There’s something about the way the employees all respond to blog posts (rather than just high five each other in the office) that strikes me as… well, awkward. But this post from Nathan Bush was good enough to make me overlook that, simply for its summation: “1) Connect with People. 2) Do your job“.
- Aah, links. They’re important to SEO, but any SEO will tell you that active link building may be one of the most challenging parts of the gig. Which is why this post from Wordstream is a must-read for anyone who wants to earn more links.
- Laura Lippay bids Yahoo farewell, and posts one of the best posts I’ve seen on SEOmoz in… well, probably ever. Read the post, and make sure to check back for the rest of the series.
- Oh, and if you have a spare hour or two, dive into Edelman’s 2010 Trust Barometer report. There are some very interesting tidbits, particularly the findings that peer trust among social networks has declined…
What about you? What did you find delicious this week?
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