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Monday, November 01, 2010

Simple Marketing Now - October 2010 Update

Simplify Your Marketing!


Happy Halloween to you all!  I hope you enjoyed a ghost or goblin or two over the weekend.

Here follows the October 2010 update from Simple Marketing Now with posts categorized into Social Media Marketing Resources and Simple Marketing News.

[If you are new to Flooring The Consumer, I also write the Simple Marketing Blog where I discuss marketing strategy and creative, practical, simple marketing approaches and share best practices - many of which may be relevant to you and your business as you consider what's possible. The blog also acts as newsroom for Simple Marketing Now.]

Simple Marketing News for October 2010

The biggest news for October has to do with Bathroom Blogfest 2010: Press Release: Bathroom Blogfest 2010.  This was the plan for the week: Bathroom Blogfest 2010 Begins.

Immediately before Bathroom Blogfest began, I participated in Blog Action Day: Water & AOC3.

Other exciting news, Simple Marketing Blog is now listed in eCairn's Top 150 Social Media Marketing Blogs.
Happy Halloween!

You will enjoy the wisdom that Nufloors retailer Cynthia Dean shares in Connecting With Customers: Nufloors Advice.

Social Media Marketing Resources:

These three Bathroom Blogfest related posts include valuable social media marketing resources:
I've been contributing to Content Marketing Institute's crowd-sourced series on engaging content. Although I focus on my contribution in these posts, I think you'll want to read the original posts, too.

Finally, here are the latest links to articles and news about practical marketing on Twitter, coded #PracticalMktr: Practical Simple Marketing In The News 10/5/10.

As always, Thank You for reading.

Have a wonderful November.


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