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Monthly archive August, 2011
What are the Social Marketing Implications of Google Integrating Offers and Wallet into Google+?

What are the Social Marketing Implications of Google Integrating Offers and Wallet into Google+?

Not too many observers were shocked when learning that Google would be integrating many of its existing product with Google+, the social networking platform that has taken the world by storm without even officially being on the market. There has already been talk of integration with the company’s popular webmail client Gmail and advertising program...
E-Commerce with a Conscience

E-Commerce with a Conscience

As readers to this blog now, I’ve often written about greentopics, and have strong opinions on integrity and ethics. As a blogger who writes about marketing (Read Green marketing and the art of social entrepreneurship) I found the discovery of ethicalocean.com to be quite inspiring. What is Ethical Ocean all about? Ethical Ocean is not...
Keep an Eye on Your Home with Smartphone Security Apps

Keep an Eye on Your Home with Smartphone Security Apps

You’re pulling into your office parking lot when suddenly you realize: you forgot to arm your home security system. To make matters worse, the new MacBookPro you just bought is still sitting in its box on top of your desk. You might as well have a put a big red bow around your house...
A Thousand Dollars For Blogging Your Heart Out

A Thousand Dollars For Blogging Your Heart Out

blogengage-contest-1000 guest bloggerThe average blogger is always eager for a few things; more readers, more traffic, and more cash. Though I'm the first to point out that blogging is generally not a lucrative income nor does it produce a huge return on your time invested it can be fun, and memorable, as well as...
Creating a Portfolio Website

Creating a Portfolio Website

Portfolio websites can be a great way to show your work off to potential employers. Some are just a resumé, but others include a variety of things. People with IT degrees can include photos of websites they’ve built and lists of systems they’ve worked on. They may even include an example of a problem they...