Favorite Posts of the Week – All Social Media, All Minnesota

It’s been awhile for a favorites post, and this time it’s all social media, and all Minnesota.

Glenn Seaberg from Spyder Trap Online Marketing writes an article about R.F. Moeller Jewelers leaving their KSTP radio advertisements for online viral marketing. Bad for the ecomony, good for social media?

Ed Kohler from Technology Evangelist points out what I would consider blatent Twitter spam from twply.com and offers a DIY option to receive Twitter replies through your RSS feed. It’s a pretty slick alternative for those who wan to receive Twitter replies via email.

Lastly, On December 29 Tom Pick from the WebMarketingCentral Blog points out how different two campaigns can be when the only difference is public sector audience vs. private sector audiences. The fun part is the delivery. He wrote it out in a seductive way that looks like it’s straight from a romance novel. Check it out!

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2 Responses to Favorite Posts of the Week – All Social Media, All Minnesota

  1. […] to make this horrible mistake in their chiropractic marketing strategies. Don’t look Favorite Posts of the Week – All Social Media, All Minnesota – localmn.wordpress.com 01/03/2009 It’s been awhile for a favorites post, and this time it’s […]

  2. Tom Pick says:

    Paul — thanks for kind words, glad you enjoyed my AdWords noir post!

    Glenn Seaberg’s post caught my eye as well. It’s sad to watch a venerable institution in Twin Cities radio implode in slow motion. As soon as KTLK lures Joe Soucheray away, they can shut off the lights at 1500.

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