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Should we let our readers share on Pinterest?

What’s the best kind of social media sharing? Should we focus on getting our readers to share on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn? Is Pinterest the hot new thing? Correct answer: Let your customer share however they want, wherever the want. It’s all good and it all brings you new visitors. Your job is to make […]

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Issue #777: The “10 Lessons from the Most Viral BtoB Report Ever” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I Thought of That Email Newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] The smart social media gurus at Altimeter Group offer us a classic example of how to help your […]

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The absolute easiest way to track word of mouth

Do you know which page on your website is most often emailed? You would if you made it easier to forward (use a tell-a-friend form or a link from You'd also get more people happily emailing your stuff to their friends (with their personal endorsement).  That's as good as marketing gets: Free and credible. […]

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Making it easier to share works

I was meeting with ShareThis CEO Tim Schigel when we each pulled out a ziploc of stickers and buttons to share.  We were both on vacation.  A true word of mouth guru always is ready to give a goodie to a potential fan. ShareThis is that one-click button that lets you share a blog post […]

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