Marketing Roundup – January 16-20
Happy Friday! It’s been a crazy week around here and an even crazier one on the world wide web. Wikipedia and other sites went black on Wednesday in protest of proposed SOPA and PIPA legislation, and my husband (as a show of solidarity?) launched Quezapedia. It was a confusing time for everyone involved. Long story short, it’ll be a sad day if we have to go back to this:
In other news, I read some great articles this week and want to share some of them with you!
New Service Helps Entrepreneurs Create Subscription Start-ups
Memberly aims to help entrepreneurs monetize their passions in a sustainable way by setting up new and creative subscription businesses. This model could also appeal to businesses that traditionally run such services anyway, such as wine sellers and coffee shops.
Erin, of Well in LA is one of my favorite people. Not just because she’s fabulous, but because she’s always sharing great information with her readers. This time she’s giving some great, relatively simple to implement tips for making your life a little easier!
Free Online Meetings with Meeting Burner
Thanks to Nailah Blades for turning me on to this one. Meeting Burner is a free tool you can use for hosting your own webinars. So, if you’ve been planning on meeting with clients virtually or leading your own educational seminar, this is a great tool to check out!
Social Media Campaign Finds Tech Entrepreneur a Bone Marrow Donor
This is a story I’ve been fascinated with for a while now. It’s amazing how the power of social media can be harnessed to help people and to bring about such change. In a week that kicked off with celebrations of Martin Luther King, Jr. it’s exciting to see that individuals continue to impact this world in such amazing ways.
“Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.