Posts Tagged ‘Eric’

Eric Schmidt at the Web 2.0 Expo

John Battelle interviews Eric Schmidt in a keynote conversation at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on April 17, 2007. Eric speaks about search, ads, and apps, including an announcement that Google is working on adding presentation-sharing capabilities to Google Docs & Spreadsheets.
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09 2012

Eric Schmidt at American Association of Advertising Agencies

Eric Schmidt speaks at the American Association of Advertising Agencies 2008 Leadership Conference on April 29, 2008 in Laguna Niguel, CA.
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08 2012

How to Develop a Successful Social Media Campaign – with Eric Enge

In this video interview, Internet marketing expert Eric Enge outlines the various steps involved in developing – and experimenting with – a social media campaign. First, says Enge, you need to define your objectives and decide how you’ll measure success. Typical objectives might be: to lower the cost of customer service, or to build your brand, or to get new customers. Next, you need to figure out where your audience is, on what social media sites they can be found. One approach is to see what your competition is doing, but you’ll need to experiment here. Now, determine what resources you need to accomplish your objectives and develop your content. You’ll need to plan content that is relevant to your business and fits your audience well. Since this kind of content creation is so closely related to your business, it is difficult to outsource completely. Stay in close touch with content creators, since they don’t understand your business or market as well as you do. Experimentation – and mistakes – are an essential part of the process of finding success with social media. You might position this to your boss as ‘the ramp-up time before we see a benefit.’ Finally, measure so you can learn from and improve your campaign in the future. Eric Enge is the CEO of Stone Temple Consulting (www.stonetemple.com), a holistic search engine optimization firm offering expertise in SEO, PPC, and social media optimization. This interview was recorded on August 17, 2011 at the SES Conference

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07 2012

– Startups – – Startups – Eric Ries of Lean Startup – TWiST #199

Join our new mailing list and be the first to learn about upcoming guests! Jason interviewed Eric Ries, entrepreneur and author of The Lean Startup. Eric gave advice for all levels and phases of startups, from idea inception and shortening incubation times to managing the inevitable pivots. Later in the episode, Jason and Eric team up to deliver an ‘Old Time Revival,’ where audience members bring their business woes to the stage to have them healed by these two experts. Click here to stream the audio version of this episode. Click here to stream the video version of this episode. 0:00-2:00 Hey everyone this is ThisWeekIn Startups, my guest Eric Ries of Lean Startups is here. 1:00 What is Lean Startups? 2:45 It’s all about addressing the customers needs. 4:10 Talking about the shortening gestation period for new startups. 6:19: Being lean isn’t about how much money you raise. 6:55: What’s the one piece of advice that makes people so drawn to it? Is it the Minimum Viable Product? 7:00-13:00 Survey Monkey 14:45 Software VS. Hardware startups. 15:33 The impact of Web 2.0 on startups. 16:30 The ‘Summer of Startups’ which are creating money, which are glorified ponzi schemes? 17:50 It’s so much easier to make money today, with ecommerce. Will we not see a lot of these companies meander, when they make enough money to exist but not to progress? 19:09 All overnight successes had 2 years of failure under their belts. Twitter is an example. 20:00 Jason talks his Twitter past. 22:00
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02 2012

Eric at SMS India

Eric at SMS India
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10 2011

Facebook Ad Tips – Interview with Eric McGehearty of Globe Runner SEO

www.bell-rehwoldt.com Writer Sheri Bell asks Eric McGehearty, CEO of Globe Runner SEO, for his best Facebook ad tips. Visit GlobeRunnerSEO.com for more SEO tips! http

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09 2011

Eric Weaver in Search Marketing Conference India

Eric Weaver in Search Marketing Conference India
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09 2011

Perspective from Google – Eric Schmidt at European Zeitgeist 2011

Eric Schmidt emphasizes the importance of the internet when he poses the question, what would happen if we turned the internet off? The internet has become a force of democratization and understanding. Each minute there are 35 hours of content uploaded to YouTube, each day there are 400000 Android devices activated and there are 160 million Chrome users worldwide. It is evident that the internet is the most significant collaborative effort of our time.
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07 2011


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