Weekly Round Up: The Cussing Internet Marketer’s Edition

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OK, we’re about to wrap up another week here.

A reminder, if you want to make sure you get the latest from this blog sent right to you automatically, be sure to subscribe to this blog. I don’t send all my blog posts to my main email list (which will make Allison from Blogworld happy – see below for context)… but I do have options if that’s what you would like. πŸ™‚

From my side of the ship, we’ve got:

Also, I’ll begin releasing the video recordings from Tuesday’s webinar soon. Gonna get everything transcribed first. πŸ™‚

OK, in the rest of the blogosphere, here are a few highlights. And the title of this blog post is a shout-out to my man, Ryan Lee. You’ll see. πŸ˜‰

14 Tips For Blogging And Personal Success
This one is from John Chow and, while the advice was simple, there’s some great reminders on there. Worth the couple minutes it takes to read it.

The Marketer’s Guide to Pinterest
Pinterest is still a bit of an enigma to me, honestly. I can’t help but look at it as some weird fad. But, at the same time, I realize I might be being very short-sighted. I had the same reaction to Twitter initially and look what happened. If you don’t really “get” Pinterest, then Neil Patel has a great overview here of why we should care. Worth a look, for sure.

41% of Super Bowl Ad Searches Were Mobile
Posting this as a bit of a “heads up”, and a reminder not to ignore mobile when it comes to your blog design. Most of these searches were probably people sitting next to the TV with their iPad or something, searching for various things or posting social media updates. But, still… that’s major. And, to back it up, this was the first year that the NFL actually livestreamed the entire game on the Internet.

How to Choose the Right Mailing List Provider
A simple post, but it offers a simple pros/cons breakdown of the various list companies, like Aweber and Mailchimp.

F*ck the Latte!
My man, Ryan Lee, has been a lot more “in your face” lately. πŸ™‚ But, I like this post because it goes right to the heart of the scarcity-minded mindset so many people seem to have. And I HATE the scarcity-minded. You’ve got the “glass half empty” types and the “glass half full” types. And – almost without fail – it is the “glass half full” people who end up having more money and more freedom. It is all about mindset.

Creating Kickass Infographics On A Budget
Outspoken Media has some resources which might help you with creating Infographics. More people are using them lately… and that’s because they work.

No, I Don’t Want To Sign Up For Your Mailing List (And Here’s Why)
A great little post from Allison over on the Blogworld blog. A good reminder, too, on the psychology that your readers might be thinking when you try to get them to join your list. You have to keep in mind, though, that you can’t satisfy everybody. No matter what you do, there will be some who dig what you’re doing and some who don’t. That’s life.

 

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  2. I read Neil’s article as well, and I still don’t get it. I can’t say I’ve really tried though.

    Twitter was different. Back when I first joined, we were all tweeting what we had for lunch, what we were listening to, all that stuff people talk about which is “against the rules” according to today’s twitterati. I liked it better back then. What a snob I am.

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