Archive for June 2012

Reblog: Blogging is like Sex! (Very graphic graphic!)

I have mentioned Dino Dogan’s ability to write awesome headlines and great copy before. If an example was needed this is it! Giving real evidentiary proof of why, this is a great case for why blogging MUST be done with passion! After the lurid incitement of the headline, the reader is treated to a logical fact based…

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Content Marketing: Where do I get my content from?

In a recent post I talked about how to drive traffic to your blog. It’s all very well deciding that you want to use social media to help promote your business, and in fact you might even have a pretty good idea as to why you should, and what channels you need to explore, but at some point…

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Reblog: Why you shouldn't ignore Google+ anymore

There is no doubt that Google are serious about Google+ and folding it in to the entire Google ecosystem. Serious Socialpreneurs have long realised that a company the size of Google, with its ambitions and resources are going to get more right than wrong. Over the last month or so, I have noticed a definite thawing of opinion…

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Reblog: Understanding the true nature of social media

    The consistently brilliant Mark Schaefer of ‘Tao of Twitter’ fame has struck again with another outstanding post. I may be biased as I use a similar analogy when training new people to explain the concept of marketing in general terms, but here Mark draws fantastic parallels between how we used to do it 1000…

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Reblog: Foundational Sales Atttributes

One of only two blogs I read every day is Anthony Iannarino’s the sales blog. Honestly the guy is a genius! He actually makes me feel bad sometimes as his stuff on sales and selling is so damn good! Everytime I read another awesome Iannarino post, I wonder whether I should give up blogging about sales and pick…

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Re Blog: Dino Dogan, Triberr and the Future of the free world

Here is a great article from Justice Mitchell, interviewing Dino Dogan of Triberr fame. Fame? I hear you cry! Never heard of Triberr… Triberr is the self-proclaimed ‘reach multiplier’. It’s a way for like-minded bloggers to band together into ‘tribes’ and share each others content through Twitter and Facebook. It can be small scale, like the Tribe I run, literally a handful of…

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5 Great Ways to Drive Your Blog Traffic

A very good friend of mine has recently started to get into content marketing. He is a performance coach with a difference. The difference being that he is able to tackle negativity in a way ‘standard’ coaching cannot. Most coaching teaches us to effectively ignore negativity by focussing exclusively on the positives. What Sean does however, is…

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Reblog: 19 Revelations from a Social Media Blogger

Jeff Bullas is great! A prolific and extremely knowledagble Australian blogger, I have always read his stuff so it was really interesting to read teh following article from his website this morning. I have learned loads from Jeff over the years, and this is a great example of who he is, and what he’s about, and…

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The 10 ways of Zen selling

I think my sales approach has become more of a philosophy after all the years I have practiced and preached it. I am very fortunate to have had many influences over the years, some of which I’ve highlighted in this blog. And after 20 years of selling marketing and media solutions face to face all over our great…

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