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Archive: May, 2011

Marketing Campaign

Marketing Campaign
Here are some points on starting a marketing campaign

  • Start with a good marketing strategy
  • Identify your target groups
  • Identify the goals that you want to achieve
  • Determine on the channels you would contact your target
  • Determine the message you would carry
  • Ensure a consistent message across the network
  • Engage your network (use social media to multiply the network faster)
  • Listen to your network
  • Measure the performance of the network

Need to start an internet marketing campaign for your business?

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An Infographic about Infographics

Infographics (or information graphics) are visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics are used where complex information needs to be explained quickly and clearly.

In general infographics highlight a lot of statistics and research based numbers. Here are some interesting information regarding the infographics explained through an infographic itself.

an infographic of infographics

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Google cannot flag spam links to a website

As much as webmasters want the feature, there is currently no provision by Google to flag spam links to a website. This is because Google doesn’t take into account if it has been been created by the webmaster or not. Although Google claims that their algorithm is good enough such that one competitor cannot hurt another, it poses a serious risk of website being exploited by competitors.


Video: Google explains the linking system

Hopefully Google comes up with a more reasonable flagging system to prevent third party link spamming.

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Facebook reshaping college admissions

With 700 million users worldwide, Facebook is the favorite hangout for the youth. That is why major colleges are increasingly using Facebook as a recruitment tool along with traditional college fairs. Many major colleges and universities of the World have developed even their own social media system (typically including Facebook Pages, Twitter and YouTube) for college recruitment.

Research shows Facebook Profile is increasingly considered a criteria for a candidate. College officers use Facebook as tool to sort the candidates. Many graduate colleges are taking Facebook as recruitment tool into consideration as well. Even professors are increasingly communicating with students on social sites.

Facebook college admissions
Infographics: Facebook is increasingly used as a college recruitment tool

While this is the case with US or developed countries as well as some of the top Indian colleges, Nepali universities or colleges are however yet to tap onto the power and use of social sites.

Contact for building successful brands on social media such as Facebook.

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