If youíre not using these techniques for orlistat online your online marketing yet, youíre increasingly missing out on an advertising revolution.
Here’s a collection of useful articles Iíve found while researching the subject:
Social Networking, Blogging and Web 2.0
Marketers Start to Use Social Networks for CRM Instead of Ads
Real Promise of MySpace, Facebook Lies in Potential to Help Nurture Consumer Relationships — but How?
Blog It and They May Come
Small businesses find blogging can be useful — but awfully time consuming
How To Run A Corporate Blog
…offers a few tips on how to blog for your company without spilling secrets, getting fired, or putting your readers to sleep.
Web 2.0′s Top 1,000 List!
Everything Web 2.0
The top 150 marketing and advertising blogs
A dynamic directory of sites scored via social bookmarking sites
Publishing 2.0 migration of media to the Web and new digital technologies.
Daily Blog, the (r)evolution of media, driven by the
migration of media to the Web and new digital technologies.
Social Media Marketing Tactics
How to Leverage Web 2.0 & Social Media Sites to Market Your Brand & Control Your Message
101 Link Building Tips to Market Your Website
Link Building… Time-intensive. Frustrating. Sometimes confusing. Yet Unavoidable. Because ultimately, it’s still the trump card for higher rankings.
How to Get 6,312 Subscribers to Your Business Blog in One Day
A short but good-practice case study
The Top 10 Things You Should Know Before You Blog
Best practice blogging
10 Articles All Bloggers Should Read (at least once)
A great source of inspiration
Last but certainly not least Ė donít forget your Corporate Branding!
The importance of Branding
Why you should take your branding seriously
There must be some great links Iíve missed here Ė if you know of any unique resources for marketing via Social Networking, why not share them here!
Alternatively, if youíve found this resource useful and have had success using some of these techniques, please do share your experience.
The top 10 brands for 2007 are... by ed on July 18th, 2007
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