This opinion piece in the Sunday Business Post is truely awful. Running an Online Marketing Campaign by learning lessons from how criminals do spam attacks? No no no.
So a rate card for Facebook leaked out and then another. 300k for a sponsored group? Youch.
Brilliant. Alex Tew builds a game that ties into the shoe-throwing George Bush press conference. It’s done within hours of the event and sold for 5k within days of it. It’s called Sock and Awe. The shoe throwing is still news about a week later. If a little flash game can be built within hours of an event, why is is taking your webdev team a year to do your new website or 6 months to build a new tool for you? Today you’re 6 months late if that tool takes 6 months to build.
And speaking of being timely.
Forrester tells you how to choose a social network if you want to market in Europe.
Social media predictions for 2009.
Broadstuff shows the Cost Per Click model ain’t that good these days.