Add List.ly To Your List of Content Curation Tools

Add List.ly To Your List of Content Curation Tools

Do you like to make lists? Twitter is full of them, and now List.ly takes list making to the next level. Here’s a list I made last night. Feel free to add to it. West Coast Agencies That Do Not Suck View more lists from David Burn List.ly’s co-founder Nick Kellet says, “Listly brings badly […]

Content Hoarder, Or Content Sharer?

Why Do You, Or Don’t You, Share AdPulp’s Content In Your Social Graph? Share

What Can AdPulp Do For You?

For years, I’ve been asking the wrong question here. I’ve been asking “what can AdPulp do for me?” But the better question is “what can AdPulp do for you?” What Can AdPulp Do For You? Share

Get To Know Your Customers Better, So You Can Better Address Their Needs

Liz Strauss, a social web strategist and community builder at Inside-Out Thinking wants to know if your marketing is in an unaware, self-centered place? If it’s all about your product or service, then it probably is. If your purpose is to get to know your customers, ask questions about customers, not what they think of […]

The AdPulp Poll: How Long Have You Been Hanging Out?

How Long Have You Been Reading AdPulp? Share

The AdPulp Poll: Are Blog Comments A Thing Of The Past?

Why Don’t You Comment On Blogs, This One In Particular?online surveys Share

The AdPulp Poll: Vacuous Agency Blogs

When we began this site in 2004 ad agencies had yet to start their own blogs. Today, an agency with no blog is naked on the Web. Be that as it may, many agencies are poorly dressed when it comes to their blogging output. Why do you think that is? Why Do Ad Agency Blogs […]

The AdPulp Poll: eBook Kickstart

After reading Chris Guillebeau’s free PDF download, “279 Nights to Overnight Success,” last week, I have to admit I’m tempted to buy one of his Unconventional Guides. I’m intrigued because I think a curated piece from AdPulp that’s affordable and portable might be well received. Of course, I’d love to know just how well received […]

The American Mood Is Enhanced By One Conscious Person At A Time

Strategy One, an Edelman company, is out with new survey results that paint a cup half empty scenario for the American economy and our frame of mind. Almost two in three of the 1,043 Americans surveyed (65%) say a double-dip recession — defined as a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession […]

The AdPulp Survey: What’s On Your Mind?

I’m excited to introduce a custom-built survey with you, dear reader, in mind. We’ve used Polldaddy in the past to ask some very basic questions, and that’s been fun and somewhat revealing, but this new survey from Portland’s FUSE deploys the firm’s Intelligent Dialogue technology, which mimics a brief in-person conversation. The dialogue adapts depending […]