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Want to Attract Customers for Free? It’s All About Content According to Rand Fishkin.

Rand Fishkin is on a mission. He’s an SEO expert that believes sponsored stories and tweets, as well as Google Ads, are a waste of money, and he wants us to know why. Rand began dabbling in the World Wide Web 20 years ago and since then he’s built up a successful career as a search marketer; recently revealing his secrets to snagging customers without an enormous outlay. Those in media jobs should sit up and take notice. Buying Ads Does Not a Marketer Make Fishkin, who’s a graduate of the University of Washington and previously worked for Outlines NorthWest, firmly believes that spending pots of cash on ads does not make you a marketer. A fact he says, is borne out by the figures. “Only 10 percent of clicks on Google go to ads, while 90 percent are on organic results. Search engine optimization, or SEO, is much cheaper. The average cost of customer acquisition through online advertising is $500,” according to Fishkin. “But the same customer can be found through great web content for just $100.” Great content, he says, is the key to successful online marketing. “Great content makes companies and products more visible in search, gives…

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Eve Mayer Orsburn – the Self-Proclaimed Queen of Not So Cool

Eve Mayer Orsburn – the Self-Proclaimed Queen of Not-So-Coo

Ranked by Klout as the second most influential person on LinkedIn and coming in at number 19 on the Forbes list of top Social Media Influencers, Eve Mayer Orsburn is proud not to be cool, and if you’re looking for media jobs, perhaps you’d better think about not being cool too. Mayer Orsburn is CEO of Social Media Delivered, a company that prides itself on offering the best consulting, training and managed social media services to business across the US. Using Mayer Orsburn’s acclaimed Social Media Business Equation, SMD leverage the power of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as YouTube and blogging, to help their clients achieve their objectives. They are also a multi-lingual business. Clients include Sheraton Hotels, Which Wich Sandwiches, General Motors and Harvard Business School. The company has been running since 2008 and refer to themselves as the ‘grandmothers’ of social media, because they were there at the beginning. Self-Effacing Mayer Orsburn is refreshingly honest and self-deprecating. She is only too pleased to admit that her business model is not focussed on flashy tech, more on a good old fashioned healthy bottom line. She said: “Social Media Delivered is different from our competitors because we aren’t…

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Being Blunt Works for Chris Brogan

Being Blunt Works for Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan tells it like it is. He’s a blogger, an author, journalist, a consultant and a social media whizz, but unlike his peers, he’s brisk to the point of being blunt and could care less about Twitter and Facebook. Plus, he’s a man to watch closely if you’re searching for media jobs. Brogan’s 2009 book Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve Reputation and Earn Trust hit the New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestseller list as well as the Amazon Top 100. His second offering Social Media 101: Tactics and Tips to Develop Your Business Online also enjoyed great success. He’s written for Entrepreneur magazine, he’s a successful blogger – chrisbrogan.com currently sits in the top five of the Advertising Age Power150 – he launched the PodCamp unconference series and won the Mass High Tech All Stars Award in 2008. As well as the above list of accolades, Chris Brogan is also president of Human Business Works and founder of Kitchen Table Companies. He also serves on the board of HubSpot. What’s His Story? Brutally honest, Chris Brogan will not tell anyone what they want to hear. In fact he prides himself on his honesty…

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The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The rumor mill has been in overdrive regarding Hulu CEO Jason Kilar’s future since the end of summer, but now the suspicions can be put to bed after he announced his departure from Hulu. This may mean that new opportunities open up for those looking for media jobs. Kilar, who has held posts at NBC Universal and was previously SVP of Worldwide Application Software at Amazon.com Inc where he was responsible for Amazon’s Marketplace, will take his leave of the company he has helped grow from an industry joke (Hulu was, at one time, referred to by many as ClownCo), to a business that can holds its own against the giants of movie and TV streaming, Netflix and Amazon. Hulu raked in nearly $700 million in revenue last year and Kilar, who has confirmed he will leave the company in Q1 of 2013, will miss out on the launch of the Hulu Plus App. Hulu – A Complicated Mix Although speculation surrounding Kilar’s life-expectancy at Hulu was rife back in August, many believe the process actually started in the Fall, when Providence Equity’s stake was bought out by Hulu’s other owners Comcast, News Corp and Disney. The transaction allowed Kilar…

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Is Donny Deutsch Embracing the Digital Age?

Is Donny Deutsch Embracing the Digital Age?

TV presenter, impresario and media guru – all of these can be used to describe the ubiquitous Donny Deutsch, but in the fast-moving digital age, has he got what it takes to make sure his own business keeps up with the tech? Deutsch has spent over twenty years at the head of one of the country’s largest and most successful ad agencies, and while he’s certainly a well-known and highly regarded figurehead for Deutsch Inc., whether or not he can drag the 40-year-old company into the 21st Century by embracing new technologies to help his clients achieve an attractive ROI, has been a matter of speculation for some time. Who is Deutsch? The 55-year-old ad man is no stranger to controversy and hits the headlines more often than the businesses whose marketing he is managing. He certainly courts the media – with plenty of ups and downs in his personal life, a public spat with Donald Trump on Twitter and making some controversial statements regarding Republican nominee Mitt Romney on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. He also revealed his $21 million Manhattan townhouse to the nation in Architectural Digest and paid $36,000 to share a urinal with Seth Rogen as part of…

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