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If marketing describes the communications a company makes with consumers in effort to inspire them to buy, social media marketing refers to these conversations as they take place in the blogosphere on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Digg and StumbleUpon. There's quite a bit of controversy about the "right" and the "wrong" way to do these things and books have been ... Read More »


The concept of social media can be addressed from two perspectives. First, social media often refers to the actual technologies that allow regular people to create, rank and share ideas, opinions, and thoughts on the news and other information in their lives. This includes blogging, podcasting, social bookmarking, social news sites and social networking. The term social media also describes ... Read More »

president barack obama

President Barack Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States on November 4, 2008, succeeding President George Bush. Born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961, he attended Harvard Law School where he became the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review. He later became a state senator in Illinois, and went on to serve as a US ... Read More »

Barrack Obama

Barrack Obama is a common misspelling of the name of the 44th President of the United States, Barack H. Obama. Obama was elected as President of the United States on November 4, 2008, and was sworn in on January 20, 2009. Born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961, he attended Harvard Law School where he became the first African-American president ... Read More »

internet marketing

Ask any three people what internet marketing is and you're likely to get up to six different answers. The simplest answer works the best here: the term internet marketing refers to how web content is promoted to get attention, usually, but not always, with the end intention of getting a customer to buy a product. Whether that means advertising a ... Read More »


In general terms, a congress is an official gathering of people who are elected or appointed to represent populations of people. As used by most bloggers who use the tag here in Technorati, the reference is to the United States Congress, which is the United States Federal Government's legislative branch. US Congress is made up of the House of Representatives ... Read More »

free traffic

The term "free traffic" is used in an online context to refer to any means of driving visitors to a web site that doesn't have an up-front cost. That last part is important – if there's a cost associated with generating the traffic, even when the profits gained far compensate for it, it's not considered "free". There is a cost, ... Read More »


Gratis is a term commonly used to describe items that are free of charge. English usage refers to the Latin origin of the term, which roughly translated means "without compensation". There's also an identical or similar word in Italian, Spanish, Swedish, German and a few other languages, where it means about the same thing. A post tagged with the word ... Read More »

How to Master The Denny Crane School of Online Publicity

Tips for entrepreneurs who want to take their online presence to the next level in slightly unconventional ways. Read More »