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Just the Juicy Bits

The Internet is full of marketing blogs, magazines, podcasts and websites offering valuable marketing advice in overwhelming quantities. Wham! is a wiki that you can use to condense this information into useful marketing lists. It's a great way to organize and store your marketing knowledge. The goal is to collaboratively create the ultimate collection of how-to lists for marketers.

HOW IT WORKS
After logging into your Wham! account, you'll have the ability to create and edit any list. Making a list is easy, quick, and we dare say good for your karma...really. Here is the beautiful part. Once you post information on Wham!, the rest of the community can help improve it. There's only one rule: No filler. Just the juicy bits. View lists| Why join?

    POPULAR LISTS

     
FEATURED LISTS
  1. How To Remove Bad Press From Internet ‎(92,834 views)
  2. Improving AdWords Quality Score ‎(55,432 views)
  3. Using YouTube Videos for Viral Marketing ‎(46,625 views)
  4. Conducting Customer Satisfaction Surveys ‎(37,459 views)
  5. SWOT Analysis ‎(37,157 views)
  6. Marketing in Forums ‎(36,110 views)
  7. Rules for Viral Marketing ‎(33,240 views)
  8. Creating Powerpoint Slides ‎(31,033 views)
  9. List of Guerrilla Marketing Ideas ‎(26,872 views)
  10. Creating a Customer Persona Profile ‎(25,850 views)


Marketing with YouTube - Learn all the trick and techniques you need to know to produce and successfully market viral marketing videos on YouTube. 


Adwords Optimization - Learn how to improve a campaign's performance by optimizing your Quality Scores. This list will help you increase ad position and lower minimum bid prices.




FEATURED SITE

iClickNation.com - Through research, experience, and occasional opinions, this blog explores how you can use viral marketing to get past personal barriers and filters that people use to shield themselves from crafty little marketers like us. Visit blog