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Geno Prussakov on September 11th, 2012

Yesterday Ann Smarty tweeted: 11 Tools to Find Niche Twitter Influencers awe.sm/c4oAf — Ann Smarty (@seosmarty) September 10, 2012 …and her tweet (and link) gave me an idea for this post: With the plethora of influencer outreach tools out there, why not put together a list of them right here in my blog?! After all, […]

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Geno Prussakov on February 17th, 2011

Today I’ve discovered two terrific Twitter visualization tools that I would like to share with you. Both can help you find very interesting people to follow on Twitter. The first one is Twiangulate [you can also follow them here]. As they themselves put it, they discover “hidden tweeters, friends of friends (or friends of enemies), […]

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Geno Prussakov on December 15th, 2010

It looks Twitter has finally opened up for advertising and any business can now get en route on the “journey with the most engaging innovative ads on the web”. Currently there are 3 advertising options available on Twitter: Promoted Accounts — “Part of Who to follow, Twitter’s account recommendation engine, Promoted Accounts highlight your account […]

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Geno Prussakov on November 21st, 2010

Google Insights for Search is revealing an interesting pattern about people’s searches for “Black Friday” and related key phrases. From 2008 to 2010, the consumer interest in Black Friday deals has been moving to earlier dates every year (happening a month earlier every year). Here’s what Google has registered between 2007 and 2010: in 2007 […]

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Geno Prussakov on November 19th, 2010

Having analyzed the top retail brands (with online storefronts) who are actively engaging their customers via such social media channels as Facebook and Twitter, I have come up with my list of the top 10 for the year 2010. There’s a lot we can learn just by observing them. So here is my list: Top […]

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Geno Prussakov on July 16th, 2010

(If I had a way to have a subtitle for this post, it would’ve been When I Really Wish I Were Called Something Else) Picking up the topic of what we should be called both individually and as an industry, and also returning to the topic I raised back 9 months ago in my 93 […]

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Geno Prussakov on June 29th, 2010

Marketers (affiliates included) are actively using Social Media (especially Twitter), and, of course, one of the most popular “marketing methods” is the distribution of coupons and special offers through SM channels. Guess what? It doesn’t work as well as you may be thinking! In fact, there’s something that beats coupons and deals on Twitter, and […]

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Geno Prussakov on June 28th, 2010

Some ten days after launching Promoted Trends as an advertising option (this is after some 4 years of a no-ad policy!) — the first of which was purchased by Disney/Pixar (for the promotion of Toy Story 3) — we read an interesting report on Coca-Cola’s success with this method of advertising on Twitter. What are […]

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Geno Prussakov on June 21st, 2010

The number of followers a Twitter account has is irrelevant, or near-irrelevant. It is the influence that it has that’s important. I’ve had a merchant approach me with an idea to run a giveaway promo, distributing gift certificates where the nominal of the gift card would be tied to how many Twitter followers or blog […]

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Geno Prussakov on May 3rd, 2010

Earlier this Spring a study by Arbitron and Edison Research revealed that close to half of Americans (48%, to be exact) have profiles on social networks, which actually is exactly double the level from two years ago [more here]. However, a more recent research conducted and published by the same two companies has shown that […]

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