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Campaign Monitor Class Act in Face of Attacks

When everything goes wrong, sometime the only thing you can do is the right thing. Campaign Monitor was attacked this weekend by hackers who were intent on exploiting their servers for the purpose of spamming. Mathew Patterson and Campaign Monitor...
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If you like Twitter then you will love The Social Media Guide – 800 Twitter tools you can use

  • Ultimate List of Twitter Tools
Just finished my early morning surf and found this little gem. Matthew Tommasi from down under has created The Social Media Guide http://thesocialmediaguide.com.au/ This site is filled with great reviews and tons of useful links. I highly recommend checking it...
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Top 5 eMail jobs this week

From our EmailJobs Twitter Bot, we’ve picked out and linked up 5 great email marketing jobs. Looking to hire? You can post your job with The eMail Guide for free. Email Marketing Analyst at Tribune (Chicago, IL): Full/Part Time Full...
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Gordon Brown: Wiring a web for global good – From TED

Not sure if any of you visit www.ted.com or have been lucky enough to attend a conference. TED – Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world Have a surf around if you have never seen this site before....
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eMail Marketing Blog Quick-Hits

1. Contactology “Contactology is an email marketing software built for business. If you want to maximize your permission-based email marketing deliverability, create attractive, branded emails and keep your content out of the spam box, Contactology can help you. We offer...
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Blogging to be the Expert

Yesterday’s How To Be Famous On The Internet Seminar, hosted by SMOJOE, was a great success for all involved. There were a couple of real gems for SEO/SEM/SOM campaigns and I will pass those along in this post and others over...
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How To Be Famous On The Internet

This is the title of the Social Media Marketing event I am attending this afternoon on behalf of The eMail Guide. The two bloggers I will be meeting are  Raymi the Minx and Petite Fashionista, who are amongst the most influential bloggers in Toronto, each with a...
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The Official StreamSend Blog

StreamSend has an active and well-crafted company blog that has several contributors. With useful tidbit articles and pointers such as “How E-mail Became a Direct-Marketing Rock Star in Recession” and “Some Elements of Good and Bad Subject Lines” I was...
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Another Quick SEO Tip from The eMail Guide…

Reading some very good articles about what to do and what not to do for Blog SEO / SEM best practices. Here’s something that jumped out at me – as it helped maintain and grow my own personal blog numbers...
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Spam contributing to Global Warming?

Interesting blog out today on the NY Times website regarding a report by McAfee that spam has a significant impact on the environment.   Some of the findings include: 62 trillion spam e-mails were sent in 2008. (That’s 10,333 emails...
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Spam Links Blog

Spam Links is the anti-spam portal with the notable byline:  “everything you didn’t want to have to know about spam.” It is a great resource for tips and best practices for permission email marketing and a formidable tool for combating...
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the Touch Blog

Raj Khera,  CEO of MailerMailer LLC., shares his experienced insight on trends and useful software applications around the theme of email marketing.  Updates seem to average twice a month.  You can find Raj’s blog here....
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StrikeIron Blog

StrikeIron provides an on-demand Web-based infrastructure for delivering business data to any Internet-connected system, including Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, Web sites, mashups, spreadsheets or core enterprise systems. Their blog covers a wide variety of topics relating to their...
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Canada: Anti-Spam Bill Raises Concerns

On April 24th, the Government of Canada introduced  the Electronic Commerce Protection Act (ECPA). Though it has not been enacted yet while it goes through the process of a parliamentary system, it is causing great concern within the permission email...
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Internet Marketing Manager

Vancouver, BC Vancouver, British Columbia About the Job Primary accountability of this position is to drive online subscription sales for our clients products and increase site traffic. Our client is a fast growing and very successful on-line consumer service RESPONSIBILITIES:...
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ExactTarget Secures $70M Venture Capital Investment

As seen on the Exact Target Blog. No One has ever disputed the fact that the email marketing industry is alive and well. With a 70 million dollar investment  it makes me think that the economy and VC world is...
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Ken Magill: Don’t Get Him Started

Ken Magill: Don't Get Him Started...
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Philip Crawford’s Email Marketing Made Easy

Philip Crawford's Email Marketing Made Easy...
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