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Written After Hours – The Best Piece of Copy Ever Written

An old Fortune magazine carries an Ad that testifies to the longevity of good, solid copy writing. As the Copy Blogger’s Senior editor, Sonia Simone, says, “The next time you say that you “hate cheesy long sales pages,” start paying attention to the sales copy that does persuade you. See if you can spot the classic persuasion techniques when they’re presented in a new wrapper.” (From: Why Long Copy…

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Featuring My Favorite Sites and People With Hello Bar

The Hello Bar is another one of the many tools out there that claim to drive more clicks to your website and get more subscribers. Think of it as a prominent CTA ( Call to Action) button that sits above the main content of your website, page or post. I decided to use it in a different way. Some time ago, I saw it being…

In the Klout World

A drop of talk and some caring mentions; some people he knew and some he started to know; dashes of pure engagement and thought; timely replies and words of encouragement; enjoyable meetings with friends online and offline; sharing some jokes, some stories, some food and some beer. His Klout and his clout surged up and ascended to the far reaching horizon. It was really quite…

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#USGuys Blogging Weekends One

This is part one of the #USGuys initiative for blogging weekends. Hopefully, this is the beginning of many more productive weekends. Here is a list of all posts posted under the #USBlogs for this week: Topic: Twitter: Podium or Network Blog Post by Todd Jordan. @Tojosan Blog Post by Sam Fiorella. @Samfiorella Blog Post by Heather A. Taylor. @heatherAtaylor Blog Post by Mark Babbit.   @Youternmark Blog Post One and Two by…

Twitter: Podium or Network

When Kevin Thau announced that Twitter is not a social network, it set the micro-blogging user community thinking. The VP for business and corporate development said that Twitter is actually about sharing news and updates. Alright. I get that. If you’re CNN or BBC or maybe one of the popular tech sites like Techcrunch or Engadget, you can perhaps get away with ONLY sharing news…

Our Children and Online Predators

You know the times when a seemingly well-meaning online acquaintance suddenly starts to get too close for comfort? When someone you barely know on Twitter suddenly asks you if they can have your phone number? When you can a private message in your facebook inbox that says, “Hey! I liked your profile picture so I copied it, can I have some more?” and you go…