I get a lot of questions about how to write a better subject line. It is possible to write one that makes a big difference in the number of people that stop and read your email. In a previous post, I explained that we all subconsciously categories our emails into three categories – Now, Later… Continue reading Write A Better Subject Line
Just downloaded card cam free, tried it, love it. paid for the upgrade. It scans biz cards and converts info to data. Love. At last. Also using QRDroid… Another new software romance. Try one or both. Worth the space on your phone!
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Her e is a link to my recent interview on social geek radio. Good times! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/socialgeekradio/2011/07/08/deepen-your-social-relationship-with-email-marketing
I still remember the first time I went to a Borders bookstore with my mom when I was a kid. It’s weird that they are closing…. Borders has been around a long, long time (like me) and while technology may have moved the company out of bounds, (hello ireaders) the people in that company, the… Continue reading Borders, Thanks for the Memories
No. I refuse to consider it. I’m not old, I’m in my prime. (my 13 year old tells me that 42 is not a prime number) I’m actually not too old for SXSWi. I don’t buy into the numbers game of age anyway. But I looked around and realized that I was older than most… Continue reading Am I Too Old For SXSW Interactive Week?
I’m a Packer’s fan by marriage (18 yrs) , so when the Pack made it to the Super Bowl this year and it was to be held in Dallas, a mere three hour drive from our house in Austin, I knew it was only a matter of time and money before my husband exclaimed, “we’re… Continue reading Ten Things I Learned in Line at the Super Bowl.