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Permission Marketing Assets

Seth’s post today, Kingmaker – who can make a hit, talks about the value of the ability to generate a hit, the value of permission assets.  To echo Seth, my post today is also about Permission Marketing Asset. “Permission Marketing Asset” – a marketing term popularized by Seth Godin. Before the term, I really had hard time articulating the […]

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22 trends that every online marketer should know about…

Last week I put together a deck on some proven low cost inbound marketing strategies I employed for my own websites for the company I’m working for. This pm, when searching for some trending data to make my strategy deck more compelling, I came across this GREAT slideshare. Below are some of the trending stat/data I extracted […]

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Web 3.0 – SoLoMo… Here I am!

My buddy in Beijing called. He mentioned that one of the hottest topic in GMIC (4/27 ~4/28 @ Beijing) this year was SoLoMo.  SoLoMo stands for Social, Local, and Mobile, a concept developed by John Doerr early this year. Is SoLoMO really something new?  I think not.  When I acquire the domain www.here.im back in 2007, I had […]

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