Today's topics include the unexpected website obesity crisis—with the average web page size averaging at about 2MB you'd think that just like the majority of technology, websites would also be smaller, faster, and more efficient? Wrong! Then, avoid unnecessary doctor's appointments in the future with a unique color-changing tattoo! Lastly, an article that covers Twitter's newest, meme-inspired guerilla marketing campaign!
As we leave behind the more temperate weather, we are entering a busy and exciting time of year at the office full of events, conferences, awards, and professional development opportunities. Check out this round of updates to find out all the happenings you may be missing out on this spring!
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The nickname “tree killer” isn’t one I’d like to keep around.
The latest facet of my practical business education at DesignHammer involves social media. Today, I want to share my findings on Twitter, the marketer’s dream social networking platform.
In July, Twitter announced its latest feature: t.co link shortening. The new service not only checks links for potential malicious sites, but also allows website owners to track incoming links from Twitter.
You’ve probably heard some of the excitement and discussion over Google’s latest feature, Google+. If you haven’t, Google+ is the search giant’s latest social sharing attempt and could become a rival to Facebook.
Email marketing is a highly successful avenue for getting messages across to customers and prospects, but there are several factors that could turn a successful campaign idea into an ineffective email marketing effort if not executed properly. In his presentation at the Internet Summit in Raleigh, Michael C Bird of NetProspex highlighted seven important points to keep in mind when setting up your next e-mailing.