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innoblogs’ mention got us thinking | Special Post

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11th February

A recent mention of our new marketing technology innoblogs, has got me thinking of another way to drive readership and gain the marketing and technology edge for your content marketing. Read on to see how to diplomatically accept accolades in a way that doesn’t come across as haughty or somehow upset your blog audience.

If you are spending any time on the web with your business blogging or content marketing, you will eventually incur some degree of attention. If the attention is positive and unsolicited, your first thought might be to shout “Look at Us!”. And, although a humble appreciation might be acceptable, consider seizing this opportunity to give a little more.

Call Attention to the Business That Mentioned You :  We all like traffic when we can get it; it’s what content … Read More »

Did you miss the CMI presentation on 8 content workflow tools

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Last week the Content Marketing Institute issued a report on the top 8 content workflow tools. Our collaborative business blogging platform, Innoblogs, was the only tool recommended under the Blogging workflow category. This of course made us extremely happy over here at Innogage! We have worked very hard to ensure our business blogging platform stays in front of the pack with careful attention to the ease of use, workflow capabilities, Search Engine Optimization automation and guidance as well as the customer conversion portions of the blogging software.

In case you didn’t have time to pop over to the CMI last week to read up on all the content tools, you can snag a quick glance at the presentation below embedded from the Content Marketing Institute Slideshare. Innoblogs is covered on pages 11 and 12. … Read More »

InnoGage joins the WhippleHill Technology Ecosystem with InnoBlogs: Collaborative Blogging Platform

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InnoGage was recently accepted into the WhippleHill Communications Technology Ecosystem. WhippleHill Communications provides targeted communications solutions for independent schools seeking next-generation Web services. In addition to offering their proprietary technology, Podium, WhippleHill partners with best-in-breed technology companies to extend their offerings without over-extending their expertise. It is an honor to be counted among so many other great companies such as HubSpot, Google and Omniture, and many more. Be sure to visit WhippleHill’s Ecosystem page to check out all the great partner companies.

For InnoGage, this is a significant affirmation that our InnoBlogs product drives real value to many markets including education. InnoBlogs currently powers both the Student collaborative blog, Journeys, as well as … Read More »

Tom Williams Spotlighted on the eduWEB Conference website

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Hey gang!

I was honored to be recently spotlighted by the eduWEB Conference.  The eduWEB conference is an “annual, internationally recognized event for the higher education community, attracting those who are involved in online strategy, marketing and technology”

I had the privilege of speaking at the conference this past summer in Chicago.  It was at this innovative conference where the InnoGage team joined up with the great folks at Jadu to pioneer a new kind of sponsorship.  Instead of just running a table, we sponsored the social media for the event.  We hired social media consultants who were on the run during the entire conference shooting high quality images and video which were loaded to eduWEB branded Flickr and YouTube pages.  We also ran a live video feed off the … Read More »

EduStyle Awards Video!!

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The EduStyle awards took place today at the eduWEB Conference at the DoubleTree Hotel in Chicago.  Below you can view the full video of the ceremony.

The Grand prize went to .eduGuru.  You can view the .eduGuru team’s impromptu acceptance video below!

Mike Smith, advisor to InnoGage, featured in Huffington Post

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Mike Smith, on the advisory board here at InnoGage, had an article published in the Huffington Post on June 6, 2009. Mike is frequently quoted and bylined in industry trade press, government IT publications and in the Washington Post. Mike is also a national speaker on the synergies between government affairs and tech public relations at international conferences and association meetings. He earned his Master of Science in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

His article, titled “This is Not My Grandfather’s GM”, talks about the Auto industry and the GM demise. You can view the complete story here:

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