Savvy Week in Review - January 13th

Savvy Week in Review - January 13th
Savvy Sisters @savvy_b2b - Fri Jan 13, 2012 @ 06:00AM
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Savvy Week in ReviewWinter may be settling in where we Savvy Sisters live, but the blogosphere has been hot-hot-hot with all kinds of great content and conversations. Seems many people were more than happy to leave 2011 behind and are revving their engines loudly as 2012 gets underway. 

Whatever your state of mind - enjoy the buffet of bloggy goodness, happy Friday the 13th, and we'll see you on the other side!

The Savvy Sister

How to Build a Subscriber Base of 10,000 and Growing by @amandamaks via @junta42

7 tips that helped one newsletter grow from 200 to 10,000 readers in about 18 months.

The 10 Commandments of Social Media Content Marketing by @jeffbullas

Even if you're not interested in the tips, read this one for the hysterical Orabrush video. ;)

2012 Extreme Marketing Predictions by @HeidiCohen

I know, I know - you've had it with predictions already. But these are really good ... and there aren't any meteors.

How to Improve Your Content Marketing Continually by @jonbuscall

Content marketing isn't something you do once and cross off your list. Here are some great tips for starting it right and keeping it tight.

Why I Use Mind Maps for Content Marketing Projects by @ardath421

Mindmap junkie here. Need I say more? They help you see the big picture, capture the tiniest details, and organize everything so it makes sense. Elegant and beautiful.

The Immense Value of Small Talk in Social Media by Brad Shorr of @Straight North via @FacebookAdGuide

10 great tips that will help you get clear on why talking about your favorite football team is not only okay, it's best practice.

B2B Content Marketing as Trojan Horse by @ardath421

Want your content to go viral? Then check out these words of wisdom by Ardath Albee.

Understanding the Customer Buying Cycle and Triggers by @BostonVC via @bobapollo

Think you've got this down pat? Think again. David Skok explains what drives prospect interactions with vendors and how B2B marketers can use this insight to their advantage.

And ... just for fun : Hilarious Outtakes from Super-Famous Business Book Authors via @MarketingProfs (video blooper reel)

Glad to know we're all human.  

 

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