5 PR and Marketing Articles You Don’t Want to Miss Today

Instead of regurgitating ideas and topics already covered by other PR and marketing experts today, we bring you 5 articles you don’t want to miss, featured by some of the most popular, and respected sites in the industry.

Over at Copyblogger, Linda Formichelli writes about email marketing strategies, revealing the best time to send an email. She suggests that weekends are fine, because she had success in one of her campaigns. The conclusion would be, the best time to send an email depends on what the email is all about.

If you want to know why topic pages are the next big thing, Richard McManus at ReadWriteWeb has a few answers for you.

Brian Solis discusses the hunt for social business value, trying to find out whether socialized business value goes beyond the current buzz.

Peter Shankman shows you why 5% Better Customer Service = 50% Better Revenue. We fully agree, but you should read why.

Dave Fleet discusses blogger relations and how you (if) are doing it wrong. His arguments are based on a pitch by Avidea PR (although he doesn’t disclose who sent the pitch, it wasn’t hard to find out. Can you guess why?). There are five tips you should look at.

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