On the Web, what should you do? Create a lead-gen machine that feeds a sales engine? Or create a marketplace that attracts prospects and customers? In the end, the model that conforms to customer desires will prevail. Here’s the story…
Patsi Krakoff of Writing on the Web draws on her extensive experience to give us a much needed marketing perspective on the meaning of content.
Web surfers can learn from the real thing — the pioneers who ride the waves. Take a look at The Surfer’s Code posted at the dedicated surfing beaches in Ocean City, NJ.
I was recently invited by Ambal Balakrishnan to become a regular contributor to a new blog on content, ClickIdeas.
Obviously, I’m very excited about the opportunity. But as I advise my clients, it’s important to step back and reflect: What happened and why?
In this case, landing the gig involved a combination of social media, traditional networking and content development that merits reflection. Here’s what happened: