October 21, 2011

CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: October 21, 2011

Welcome to this week’s edition of CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List. As we looked through the news feeds this week we saw some things that caught our attention. For your Friday reading this week we have 7 ways you can integrate search and email marketing in your line of business, the USPS in the news again with a postal price increase, the wrong places to use QR codes and 10 tips for deploying SharePoint successfully in your organization.

 

Did using QR codes on Billboards next to a highway make the list? Read on to find out…

Have other links we should feature?

Welcome to this week’s edition of CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List. As we looked through the news feeds this week we saw some things that caught our attention. For your Friday reading this week we have 7 ways you can integrate search and email marketing in your line of business, the USPS in the news again with a postal price increase, the wrong places to use QR codes and 10 tips for deploying SharePoint successfully in your organization.

Did using QR codes on Billboards next to a highway make the list? Read on to find out…

Have other links we should feature? Tell us about them in the comments section below.

7 Ways to Integrate Search Engine and Email Marketing (via HubSpot Blog)—search engine and email marketing is likely no stranger to your marketing organization. In fact, it is suggested by the Bodnar in this article on HubSpot Blog that it might be your primary method for generating leads. Are they working together in your organization or as separate initiatives? Read on for 7 ways to integrate them for increased success.

U.S. Postal Service lifts stamp price by 1 cent (via Reuters)—the USPS is no stranger to the news lately as most people around the world know. The latest news comes in the form of a price increase filed with the Postal Regulatory Commission this past Tuesday.

Where not to use QR codes (via The Globe and Mail)—a year ago you could probably count on one hand how many public uses of QR codes you saw in the mainstream. Now we are starting to see them pop up everywhere…even places they shouldn’t. Read on to see how the Toronto Trade Commission missed the boat (or in this case train) and how you can avoid making the same mistakes in your QR code implementations.

Top 10 Tips for Successful SharePoint Deployments (via Document)—been thinking about a SharePoint deployment in your organization? If the answer is yes, then you won’t want to miss these top ten tips from Rob Koplowitz, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research.

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