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What To Expect When You’re Connecting: Our favorite food picks around Times Square

If it’s fueling up for the day, connecting with new friends over lunch, or enjoying a great meal with old friends in the evening, we’ve got you covered with a broad range of food and drink recommendations in and around Times Square to keep the networking and conversation flowing during Inman Connect New York. Discover […]
Tags: Food, New York, Marketing, Events, Content Marketing, Collection, Radio, Agent, Event, Conference, Times Square, Brokerage, Inman Connect, ICNY, Inman Connect Marketing, ICNY19


How to Cash In Your Pennies for More Than a Cent

Did you know that those hundreds of pennies lying under the couch cushions and on the car floor could be a source of income?  You have several options that are far more favorable than rolling and cashing them in at the bank. Recycling pennies may sound a bit like a late night infomercial, but there is some merit in the concept. Pennies minted before 1982 are comprised of nearly 95% copper. As of the date this post was written, recycled copper was selling in my area for $4.13 per pound (and the p...
Tags: Marketing, David, Heritage, Usa Today, Money Management, Make Money


Moen Moan, Part Duex

–James Mahoney, Razor’s Edge Communications Back in the ’70s, National Geographic ran a story on Boston firefighters. The writer mentioned a barb that a fireman tossed his way. “Ya gonna do another silver jets piece, huh?” Adding sarcastically, “Ya know: silver jets of water piercing the dark sky as they bravely battle the inferno…” I owe that firefighter a debt. Since I read his diss, Silver Jets has been a mental caution sign against veering too far into the preciously romantic. (Well, most of...
Tags: Minneapolis, Boston, Advertising, Marketing, Water, National Geographic, Branding, Pittsburgh, Frank Lloyd Wright, Guest Bloggers, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Alexander Graham Bell, Moen, Almost Advice, Look-For Ads


Ways Technology is Changing Marketing

Marketing is an ever-evolving field. The influence of modern technology on marketing goes beyond the simple choice of which platform to use. In today’s fast-paced world, mobile marketing is more… Read more » The post Ways Technology is Changing Marketing appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Info Tech, Ways Technology, Marketing Techniques


Learn How to Scale Social Media at the HELLO Conference

I’ll be speaking at the HELLO Conference the week after Social Media Marketing World, so if you can’t make the journey to San Diego, come spend the day with myself, Katie Robbert, Mark Schaefer, and many others in New Jersey. I’ll be talking about scaling social media; we marketers have a limited number of hours […] The post Learn How to Scale Social Media at the HELLO Conference appeared first on Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog.
Tags: Social Networks, Marketing, Social Media, Seo, Data, Artificial Intelligence, New Jersey, Data Science, San Diego, Ai, Conferences, Marketing Automation, Christopher, Social Media Marketing World, Marketing Technology, Katie Robbert Mark Schaefer


For Immediate Release 172: The double-edged sword of a Facebook meme

Suspicion about the consequences and outcomes of the #10YearChallenge meme on Facebook kicked off discussion in the January episode of “The Hobson & Holtz Report”, aka FIR podcast episode 172. Is it just a harmless meme? Or is it a surveillance nightmare? Shel and Neville weight in. Here’s the line-up of all the topics that caught our attention and prompted lively conversation in this episode: Lost trust in Facebook led to wariness about a user-generated meme.Adobe is bringing part...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Business, Politics, Technology, Instagram, Adobe, Social Networks, Advertising, Marketing, Communication, Public Relations, Eu, Society, Blogging


A simple 5-step system for generating referrals

All real estate agents want to get more referrals, but asking clients for referrals isn’t always easy. Stacey Brown Randall has a solution to this problem. She created a complete five-step system for generating referrals without asking for them.
Tags: Marketing, Radio, Agent, Automate, Referrals, Pat Hiban, Generate Referral, Stacey Brown Randall


Discover Bank Bonus: 2.10% APY + $150/$200 ($15,000/$25,000 Deposit)

Discover Bank has a refreshed bonus for their online savings account that equates to a solid effective interest rate. If you open a new account through this promotion link by 2/4/19 and use the offer code NPBE119, you can receive one of the following bonuses: Deposit at least $15,000 by 2/18/19 to earn a $150 bonus, or Deposit at least $25,000 by 2/18/19 to earn a $200 bonus. Thanks to reader Jared for the tip. If the link above stops working, here is a similar offer expiring 1/31/19 with p...
Tags: Marketing, Banking, Irs, Jared, Deals & Offers


6 Steps to Create an Effective B2b Marketing Strategy

Want to create a winning B2B marketing strategy? Start by asking yourself what your goal is. For most marketers, the biggest challenge in B2B is lead generation. Once the goal, how to boost your lead generation? In a few years, the web has revolutionized the way of designing B2B marketing. How To Create A Successful B2B Marketing Strategy   In this guide, you will learn everything about how to create a B2B marketing strategy and 6 steps to create an effective B2B Marketing strategy, which wi...
Tags: Facebook, Marketing, Sales, B2b Marketing, Focus, B2B sales, B2B Marketing 2018, B2B marketing strategy


How to Perform a Content Audit to Guide Your Content Marketing Strategy?

Content has become the driving force behind the success of any modern-day business. Especially when we consider businesses that primarily depend on the performance of their marketing campaigns and website on the internet. The more content a brand publishes that are of high quality and provides an overview of their expertise, the better they perform in the online business world. Consumers browsing the internet often depend on the content provided by a particular company to decide whether or not t...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Sales, Marketing Strategy, Google Analytics, American Express OPEN Forum, Woopra Clicky Kissmetrics


Cannabis Cash: How to Invest in Marijuana and Make Big Money

What if cannabis could help your bank account get high? As an industry, cannabis is absolutely taking off. And there has never been a better time to invest in this industry. However, not everyone knows how to invest in marijuana. How can you learn what you need to know and still strike while the iron is hot? Don’t worry: we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on how to invest in marijuana. Keep reading to discover our secrets! Why Invest in Marijuana? We’ve put together ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, America, Canada, Fda, North America, Coca Cola, Low, Marketwatch, Don, Vanguard, Canopy Growth Corporation, Aurora Cannabis, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


A Tropical Investment: Here’s What You Should Know Before Investing In Caribbean Island Real Estate

Whether you’re looking for a vacation home or a great retirement spot, purchasing Caribbean island real estate is a lucrative opportunity. Who wouldn’t want to live out their days enjoying a sunny day on the ocean?  Making this real estate investment is an excellent idea, but you need to make sure you’re fully informed before you sell your old house and move. The last thing you want to do is buy a home that turns out to be a financial drain down the road.  Read on for four things you ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, United States, Jamaica, Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Caribbean Island


6 Things You Should Never Buy at Sam’s Club

Early in our relationship, my husband and I used to go shopping together at our local Sam’s Club. (Clearly, we knew how to get the romance going.) I was new to warehouse club shopping and made the mistake of thinking that anything for sale within the huge store must be cheaper than at other stores. After a couple of bad missteps — such as not finishing the ginormous container of strawberries before they went bad, and discovering that each razor replacement in the 12-pack I bought were the same ...
Tags: Marketing, Sam, Costco, Frugality, Junior, Jim Gaffigan, Forbes, Wal Mart, Money Tips, Shopping Smart


Create Exclusive Experiences for your Most Passionate Customers

On January 17, 1979 I saw my first Grateful Dead show. I was a 17-year-old high school kid borrowing my mother’s massive Ford LTD Country Squire Station Wagon, traveling with a group of my then closest friends to New Haven, CT. Exactly forty years later on January 17, 2019 a group of my now closest friends were in Mexico for three nights of Dead & Company, the latest iteration of the Grateful Dead featuring three of the four core living Grateful Dead members.
Tags: Mexico, Marketing, Grateful Dead, Best Practices, New Haven CT, Research and Analysis, Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead, Ford LTD Country Squire Station Wagon


4 Ways To Help Your Child Make A Financially Wise College Decision

What happens when your child has his heart set on a college you can’t afford? Here's how to help them to make a financially sound college decision. The post 4 Ways To Help Your Child Make A Financially Wise College Decision appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Melissa. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Education, Children, College, Marketing, University, Melissa, Ways To Help Your Child Make


6 Amazing Marketing Automation Platforms You Should be Thinking About In 2019

Running a business is complicated. There is the inexorable march of technology, new systems that always need learning, and then there are just the ever-increasing demands of how to keep… Read more » The post 6 Amazing Marketing Automation Platforms You Should be Thinking About In 2019 appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Tools, Marketing, Marketing Automation


How to Allocate Your Assets for Financial Freedom

The following is a guest post from Millionaire Mob. Allocating assets is very important. Actually, it’s likely the most important component for building sustained wealth over time. If you can master budgeting and saving, congrats! You are onto the next step of building wealth… Allocating your assets efficiently. If you are seeking financial freedom, you must think about your asset allocation now. Not in the future. You must create a plan that works and most importantly, is realistic. It’s oka...
Tags: Marketing, NA, Investing 2011, Diversify Diversification


You Ask, I Answer: Creativity and Solving Data Problems?

Stephan asks, “Do you create space for creativity and intuition to help uncover new ways to use data?” This is a fantastic question; in many cases, the creativity doesn’t come from the data, but from knowledge of our tools. There’s a martial arts exercise I was taught years ago that applies well here for solving […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Creativity and Solving Data Problems? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Data, Analytics, Data Science, Christopher, Stephan, Marketing Technology


Debitize Review – Reap Your Spending Rewards Responsibly

Finally, an end to the credit or debit question. Use both! Find out how you can easily reap your credit card spending rewards and avoid paying interest in our Debitize review. Debitize Abby Hayes's rating 9.2 Cost 9.5 Transaction Speed 8.5 ...
Tags: Reviews, Marketing, Customer Service, Credit, Abby Hayes, Smart Spending, Debitize, Credit Optimizer, Debitize Abby Hayes, Credit Optimizer Mobile App Available, Debitize Charges, Credit Optimizer If, Customer Support Debitize


Indexed Family Education Fund (RESP) Portfolio Update – 2019 Edition

It has been about a year since my last RESP portfolio update which is probably an appropriate time span since it’s a fairly steady portfolio that is 100% indexed.  2018 was certainly a test for equity portfolios and although stocks were pounded, these indexed RESP accounts performed a little better than I expected. The RESP portfolios for our children are set up with TD e-Series mutual funds which provide a low-cost way to index the market (some other ways to index your portfolio).  We contribu...
Tags: Marketing, US, Bonds, Equity, Index, GIC, RESP, US Equity, International Equity, Money Market Fund


Warung Pintar raises $27.5M to digitize Indonesia’s street vendors

The digital revolution in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, continues to attract big money from investors. Hot on the heels of a $50 million round for Bukalapak, a billion-dollar company helping street stall traders to tap the internet, so Warung Pintar, another startup helping digitize the country’s vendors, has pulled in $27.5 million for growth. Bukalapak is one of Indonesia’s largest e-commerce services and it began catering to local merchants, those who sell product via road-s...
Tags: Travel, Fundings & Exits, Asia, Yahoo, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, Funding, Marketing, Economy, United States, President, Jakarta, Online Marketplaces, Digital-garage, Jakarta Indonesia


How Can You Maximize Your Savings in the New Year

How Can You Maximize Your Savings in the New Year is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! Here we are! It’s a brand new year. Which means that it is a great time to take a look at things we want to change from the previous year, including our finances. There are a few ways we can maximize our savings to create an overall better picture for ourselves in this new year. So let’s dive right in! Pay off Holiday Debt First and foremost is to ...
Tags: Budget, Saving Money, Savings, Marketing, Interest Rates, Savings Account, Epic Content, Everything Finance Everything Finance, Everything Finance Everything Finance Its, Food Drink, Extra Money


Money Mondays: 21 January 2019

Welcome to Money Mondays! (If you are not reading this post at www.howisavemoney.net or in your feed reader, it may have been stolen from my site.) I used to post my financial inflows and outflows on Fridays in the past but I decided to move this to Mondays instead. Normally I go grocery shopping on Sundays after church. Now I will post the last week’s worth of financial inflows and outflows on Monday so that I can include the weekend spending as well. This week my financial outflows ...
Tags: Marketing, Save Money


Does this SOLD! and Design Sign Fail to Function as a Real Estate Service Mark?

A local real estate agent has argued that the above design is unique enough to make the SOLD! designation distinctive and registrable as a service mark for “information in the field of real estate and real estate services,” among other goods and services. The USPTO wasn’t sold on the idea, but not for the expected reason. Given the USPTO’s growing love for the “merely informational matter” category of incapable subject matter — essentially contending the subject matter fails to function as a tr...
Tags: Advertising, Marketing, Articles, Nike, Uspto, Lebron James, Sold, Branding, Trademarks, Steve Baird, Descriptiveness, Supplemental Register, Supplemental Registration, Kris Lindahl, Failure To Function, Merely Informational


There Are More Niche Markets Than Ever, and That’s a Great Opportunity for Your Business

If you follow politics, you’ve probably seen a discussion of the “Balkanization of America,” and it’s usually cast in negative tones. The idea is that—similar to Eastern Europe’s Balkans—American society is carving itself into small pieces that can sometimes be hostile to one another. Weighing in on that debate is above my pay grade, but for business owners, operating in a society that is made up of a wide range of interest groups, social groups, language groups, and more can be a great thing. I...
Tags: Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Sales, America, Eastern Europe, Balkans, Balkanization, Mills, Company Strategy, Niche Marketing, Company Activities & Management, Kashi Chipotle


Why avoiding logical fallacies is an everyday superpower

Many an otherwise-worthwhile argument has been derailed by logical fallacies. Sometimes these fallacies are deliberate tricks, and sometimes just bad reasoning. Avoiding these traps makes disgreeing so much better. Logical-fallacy traps are all around us, and we get caught in them all the time. They trap us during discussions — okay, arguments — and make our heads want to burst. Sometimes we get derailed while we're trying to sort out important issues, and sometimes it's simply trying to adjud...
Tags: Psychology, Politics, Texas, Marketing, Communication, Hack, Bill Clinton, Innovation, Nice, Debate, Don, Monica Lewinsky, Decision-making, Arguing, Fallacy, Aristotle The Logical Place


Top 9 Best CRMs for Small Businesses in 2019

Customers are the lifeblood of every business. But as a business grows, managing growth and organizing information becomes increasingly more difficult. What used to be easy when you had one employee and two customers is more difficult when you employ five people and have 25 customers. Not every business owner is prepared for their business to grow. But if you want your business to succeed, you must evolve the way you manage your business to match the growth of the business. This means doing som...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Small Business, California, Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Small Businesses, Customer Service, Mailchimp, Google Apps, HubSpot, CRM


Why I’m (Legally) Gambling on Sports

Earlier this week, I became one of the relatively few people who have gambled legally on sports in New England. There are only 8 states with legal sports books. Rhode Island is the only one of those states in New England. It started accepting bets 53 days ago. I’m sure quite a few people have placed bets in 53 days, but as you probably know, Rhode Island is a small place, and I doubt people from other states have flocked down here to place a sports bet. I’m well aware that betting on sports is...
Tags: Gambling, Marketing, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Rhode Island, New England, Patriots, About / Admin


Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Kym Dyson from Tiny Tomato Design

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Kym Dyson from Tiny Tomato Design. Without further ado… What do you do? I’ve been passionate about graphic design ever since I can remember. It’s such a hard industry to break into and as I grew up in South Australia the opportunities to pursue this career were scarce. After landing a position and making some networks who had previously owned marketing/graphic design businesses internationally I took the opportunity to tr...
Tags: Usa, Interviews, Australia, Marketing, Radio, Canada, South Australia, Kym, Kym Dyson, Real Estate Website Design, Tiny Tomato Design, London The Netherlands


How To Start Publishing From Scratch on Instagram

To start off with good standing, publish between 5 and 10 photos right after creating your account. This way you do not lose any opportunity and the first visitors that arrive at your profile will know what it is going and what kind of content you are going to publish. Instagram posts consist of: 1. Photo or Video (get attention). The image or video that you post is the main element and, therefore, the one that should attract the most followers. Post content that  draws the attention of the n...
Tags: Startups, Instagram, Marketing, Online Marketing, Others, Digital Marketing