Saturday, December 18, 2010

21st Century marketing tools
Yahoo's Delicious, blog radio, websites dead in 2010
If U aren't using QR Codes & Apps, you're ancient history

This past week Yahoo announced it was ending or selling Delicious, depending upon who you lsitened to. Ke$ha had the #1 tune the first week of 2010, she ended the year with another #1 tune (in November) from her second CD in a year. You didn't know who she was in June, 2009. Don't let your business suffer from myopia.

At the end of 2010, Facebook reigns supreme, followed by Twitter. Those companies that wouldn't listen to me four years ago when I told them they needed a YouTube and MySpace presence are now looking for "SEO" (Search Engine Optimization) on their websites - at least for the ones still in business.


WAKE UP
!!! We are on the eve of the 21st Century's second year of the second decade. It isn't 1998 anymore. Bring your management thinking into line with what year it is.


Your blog, website, blog radio, Delicious account, podcasts, Yahoo groups are all dead. Mostly dead for 10 years now.


There are half-a-billion people on Facebook. Half-a-million SmartPhones, iPhones and iPads are activated daily in the USA. WAKE UP!!

If you aren't using QR codes and Apps, your business will soon be ancient history. Google says videos are 60 percent more popular in search results than text.

More than two years ago I said your next computer would be an iPhone. Today I add or SmartPhone. Welcome to 2011.


Don't let your business become a Yahoo group, blog or website -all pretty much dead.

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