The Marketing Resource List

mar·ket·ing: The action or business of promoting and selling products or services.

re·source: A stock or supply of money, materials, staff, and other assets that can be drawn on by a person or organization in order to function effectively

list: A number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other

Nearly half of all Americans get some form of local news on a mobile device, and 46% of people get their news online at least three times a week. What’s more, online news sources officially surpassed print newspapers in ad revenue in 2010. Thanks to online news, we’re getting more breaking news than ever. And thanks to social media, we’re getting news as it happens—sometimes even before news organizations have a chance to report it. (via INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media: The New News Source | Schools.com)

whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

WHEN YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK STALKER FINDS YOU ON FOURSQUARE

whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

WHEN YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK STALKER FINDS YOU ON FOURSQUARE

SAÍ-AZUL macho (Dacnis cayana) by Dario Sanches on Flickr.

Tweet… tweet… tweet…

Top Twitter Apps Infographic by Rosaura Ochoa on Flickr.

Top 10 Twiiter Apps

designdy:

es wurde schon alles gesagt, aber noch nicht von jedem…

designdy:

es wurde schon alles gesagt, aber noch nicht von jedem…

Hotmail Wants to be Hip Again

I LOVE this social media icon set! I have no idea where to use it… but I heart it something fierce!

Infographic: The Social Network Decision Tree

Guy Kawasaki Co-Founder, Alltop

August 29, 2011

The big social-media question of 2011 is, Should I start using Google+? I can simplify the issues down to one question: Are your interests as important as your friends? If they are, Google+ provides at great way to interact with a range of people from pundits to photographers. You can see a categorization at RecommendedUsers. You’ll find that people on Google+ are much more interactive than on Twitter or Facebook. If this dichotomy is too simple, I’ve created a decision tree to help you through the selection process of using Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

You’ve triple-checked your HTML markup and your CSS, making sure to adjust for any added padding and borders. You’ve followed the directions on our How to Create an iFrame Application for your Fan Page and added the application to your Page.

Upon refresh, you see … the dreaded scrollbars!

Facebook’s default height for iFramed pages

The default maximum height for an iFrame tab is 800 pixels. Facebook has no problem with you using methods it provides to override this limit, but that’s the limit if you don’t do anything about it. But you can do something about it!