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Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment. Absolutely agree - "Blogging IS crucial to lead generation and conversion" - that's the message that small business owners need to take from this - it works!
Thanks for reading. I think you're right - only on Kindle for now. Definiely a great resource for new blogger. Might be worth borrowing a kindle, iPad, or smart phone to download it? Good luck with your blog!
It does ad a nice feel to the twitter page. I agree - not quite right for LinkedIn. Thanks for reading - have a great weekend!
Thanks for the feedback - glad that you found the article helpful! Enjoy your weekend as well!
I totally agree Rory. I just finished reading "Marketing in the Round" by Gini Dietrich and Geoff Livingston. Really interesting hearing marketing strategy from people that are familiar with traditional marketing techniques and internet marekting. Definitely not an all or nothing prospect.
Thanks for reading.
I totally agree Claire. To me, this data is more likely to be showing that that those that are big fans of the brand (those that spend the most money) are most likely to "like" a brand on Facebook. Not really showing the value of a like, but the already existing value of those that "like".