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Publications such as The Economist and Wall Street Journal have recognized him for his marketing and public relations expertise. Discussing the analytics and approaches behind social media and content marketing, this Lee Odden interview is the second entry in our marketing influencer interview series.
They also give you the information you need to determine if you’re on track, so that you can identify missteps or other optimization opportunities. KH: On a day-to-day basis, how does your team at TopRank use analytics to guide your strategies? KH: For SEO and social media optimization, which specific analytics tools do your team use? KH: Before so many digital analytics tools became widely available, how would you go about tracking the success of individual marketing campaigns? Now there are also more business intelligence, or aggregate, tools one might use to pull different data sources through feeds or APIs to visualize data in dashboard format – where social, search and other web analytics data are displayed together.
And those are how we communicate marketing campaigns and performance information to our team members and clients. What differentiates and delivers value over saying “you’ve got more leads and you’ve got more traffic” is actually explaining why.
From an executive level, when people report things to me, I’ll say “let’s stop here” if I see a grid. If there’s a particularly-dramatic spike up or down, they want to understand why that happened and what we’re doing about it.
Ideally, it’s great to say something like “we forecasted this type of performance and here’s what happened. That’s communication that delivers value when it comes to analytics, not “last month we had 45,000 visitors and this month we have 47,000. KH: Your Online Marketing Blog has been going strong for more than 12 years and has picked up its fair share of awards along the way.
Going back to that cycle of optimization, it became a place where I could publish ideas, interact with people, polish my writing skills and actually use it as the connective tissue between how I represented myself digitally and the real-world experiences I would have when speaking at events.
While speaking at events, I would bring people with me and we would live blog for prospective clients. Those people at major brands or great websites would see what we wrote about them and they’d link to us. But it started as a way to network with other bloggers by writing about relevant topics, reacting to what was said and commenting on what was happening within the industry. I convinced a major search conference to give us free passes and to give us exposure on signage at the event, as well as on their website and communications. We were the first company that wasn’t a magazine or website with a huge mailing list to do this. We had four conferences doing this with us at one time, and then I started to pull back because it was too much.
By creating value for those prospective customers, we created a really great experience for them. I’ll give you an example: I was talking about a topic with one of my co-workers and said “look, we can do that analysis as a blog post, but what if we did it as a three-minute sitcom on video? The other thing that I think is interesting in terms of what content will look like, is participation. KH: Would it be too difficult to moderate some of the content that people create as they participate? But creating platforms for influencers and consumers to collaborate based on a common theme is the goal.
The goal is engagement, but if great content comes out of that exercise, that’s icing on the cake.
So, the ability to acquire influence is directly tied to your abilities to create and inspire action. KEYHOLE is a real-time conversation tracker that provides keyword and hashtag analytics for Twitter and Instagram.
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Mother Teresa of Calcutta was famed for her lovely sweet smile and dogged persistence in her lonvg service to the poorest of the poor and advocacy for all the defenseless.
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Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionMother Teresa’s relationship with God and her commitment to those she served—the poorest of the poor—is here powerfully explored in her own words.  Taken largely from her private lessons to her sisters, published here for the first time, Where There is Love, There is God unveils her extraordinary faith in and surrender to God’s will. The postulator for the cause of Mother Teresa's canonization, Brian Kolodiejchuk, shocked the religious world in 2007 with his edition of Mother Teresa's first published writings. Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionDuring her lifetime, Mother Teresa resisted having her full biography written. There is no doubt about the caliber of Mother Theresa and when reading about her, one can only feel respect and admiration. Nevertheless - from my point of view- this book focuses too much on superficial details. Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionKnown around the globe for her indefatigable work on behalf of the poor, the sick, and the dying, Mother Teresa has devoted her life to giving hope to the hopeless in more than one hundred and twenty countries.
I've been an admirer of Mother Teresa--Blessed Mother Teresa, to be more precise--for some time, transitioning from "admirer" to "disciple" of the past few years. Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionCelebrate the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth with the book she wanted written.The great frustration in any national crisis is the sense of impotence, the inability of the individual to make a difference. This is one of those life-changing books that the reader cannot read fast enough but yet can only read a little bit at a time, since it draws one to reflection and prayer.It is such an important disclosure of Mother Theresa's mysticism as well as an invitation to follow her lead in accepting and revealing God's love! Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionThe collection of quotes, stories, and prayers in this book are all her own words and experiences. I enjoyed this book because it reads quickly while still giving me something to "chew" on spiritually.
Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionA treasury of meditations, prayers, and reflections, one for each day of the year, from one of the most revered figures of our time. I read the page dated for the day and it gives me an example of the life I should be living.
Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionIn the Heart of the World is a powerful portrait of one of the most beloved women of all time, told in her own words through a fascinating blend of daily life experiences, prayers, and spiritual wisdom.
Editorial ReviewProduct Description"Works of love are always works of joy.""Do we look at the poor with compassion? This book contains prayers and meditations that Mother Teresa wrote.This book is very inspiring and helpful to every-day life. Editorial ReviewProduct DescriptionIt is not how much we do but how much love we put in the doing that makes our offering something beautiful for God.
This was a great purchase!The pictures are wonderful and the biography was very interesting.The only drawback I found was that it was too long and detailed for the audience I was reading to-8-10 year olds.Definitely one of my favorite subjects and will continue to be read in my home! This book was awarded one of the top two recognitions for 2006 by the Metro Atlanta Corporate Volunteer Council.This award honors children's books that inspire community service and volunteerism in children. Get your game going with the latest game reviews, secret codes and special tricks to get the highest scores ever!

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These days, the complexity of digital marketing requires there to be some allocation for experimentation. And reasonable or responsible marketers are going to do what they can to satisfy that need.
But the secret’s always going to come from the ability to experiment, collect data and iterate. We collect data to inform our approaches and content ideation, as well as analyzing performance, optimizing ongoing activities and communicating the results of our programs. Obviously, if there’s an email campaign, there are analytics inherent to an email distribution platform.
At the same time, they want insights about trends that are going one way or another as well as insights about what we should do about them. And we think because of these correlations, if we take these steps, we can actually realize a certain percentage increase over what we anticipated” or “we’re not meeting what we forecasted, here’s what we’re doing to fix that.
Back in the day, that was a wonderful method of earning high-quality links from major brand newsrooms that considered our live blog as media coverage. At that point, I noticed that conferences would partner with media properties like magazines and websites that have substantial mailing lists.
The conference would say “we’ll mention your website in our publications and in our promotions as a sponsor. But not only was I sending people to conferences without the expense of registration, my team members were getting educated and we were creating content while sitting in on presentations given by people we wanted to do business with. It was just a clever thing and led to many other wonderful outcomes, like more business and many smart people wanting to work for us. With live-streaming apps such as Periscope becoming popular and similar programs being introduced, what does the future of content look like to you? Certainly not the way there was before, because the expectations of consumers is now to be info-tained in a business sense. If a brand makes that possible, I think consumers will be more interested than ever in co-creating content that serves mutual interests. There are so many ways to do it, especially because of mobile devices allowing people to participate at all times with brands on topics they’re passionate about. You’re activating passionate people within an environment where they can co-create and participate.
If the brand can actually use that content in a way that gives exposure to the co-creators, that’s icing on the cake for everybody. Having built an impressive social presence and establishing yourself as a thought-leader online, what advice would you give to someone looking to become an influencer in their given field? But as an individual, you have to earn your influence by being a subject-matter expert or authority.
In a way, the less you try to be influential, the more you can spend time on creating value and actually making great stuff with great people. And I think, as we talked about with regards to the future of content, we’re going to see more of that.
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Until the publications of these searing, most private letters to her spiritual director no one knew how deeply she shared -as she prayed at the outset of her great work- the utter abandonment of the poor, the sick, and the dying, abandoned even by the slightest perception of God's loving presence. Thematically arranged to present her revolutionary vision of Christianity in its graceful simplicity, the book features her thoughts on love, generosity, forgiveness, prayer, service, and what it means to be a Christian.
Come Be My Light showed the unprecedented depths and duration of the future saint's dark night, her longing, tumultuous relationship with God, the unrelenting suffering that inspired her identification with the poorest of the poor, and her complete surrender to God's will. This latest anthology of Mother Teresa's writings - Where There is Love There is God - shows the outward application of her inner struggle to some of the more fundamental issues of life, such as obedience, poverty, abortion, and holiness.
Then, in 1991, realizing that accounts of her life and work could inspire others, she gave Kathryn Spink, who had long been intimately involved with the work of Mother Teresa and her order and co-workers around the world, permission to proceed with a complete biography on the understanding that it would not be finished until after her death. A must-have for anyone interested in the life of a living saint Mother Teresa. Also great price!
If for no other reason, this reason calls the inquirer of Mother Teresa's "life and views and of the work" (front jacket) to consider the book seriously. It may amaze some Catholics to know that an authorized biographer of Mother Teresa is not a Catholic. She inspires us all to find a way to translate our spiritual beliefs into action in the world.
A writer once counseled that as Christians we should surround ourselves with people who look like Jesus. While he did a good job explaining the main message she received from Jesus it was a very wordy writing.
The provocative ideas and touching insights found in The Joy in Loving spring from incidents in Mother Teresa's own remarkable life. Follow Mother Teresa to the streets of Calcutta, Rome, and New York and listen as she offers pearls of spiritual truth as relevant today as when she began her work more than sixty years ago.With humor, compassion, and lyrical clarity, Mother Teresa illuminates the sacred in the intimate everyday tasks of living.
And I think that’s a big misstep for a lot of companies – they need to allocate for that. For those freelancing, consulting or in an agency setting, what advice do you have when it comes to sharing and explaining analytics reports to clients?
I think most executives who aren’t wearing their geek hats at the moment are interested in trend data. In turn, you’ll mail your list about our event to hopefully attract our registrations.” I saw that, and I wondered if conferences would do that with a blog like ours. Doing this created a lot of content and exposure for us that no other agency in our category was doing or getting. That led to inquiries about our services once they visited our blog and saw what we were able to do.
Content is an outcome with this type of participation, whether it’s a video, image or even text. On the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth, Kolodiejchuk has gathered vignettes of her teachings mainly from exhortations to her sisters but also from public speeches and open letters. As in his first publication, Kolodiejchuk introduces Mother Teresa's writings, but then steps aside to let her speak. Included are great examples of her remarkable compassion and concern for the poor, and stories from Missionaries of Charity volunteers about her day to day life. Most importantly, the book expounds upon the philosophy of Mother Teresa - written on a plaque in the Missionaries of Charity house, "The fruit of silence is PRAYER.
I think Mother Teresa fits that requirement more than almost anyone else I've discovered, which has led to my imitation of her spirituality and way of living. Undoubtedly one of my greatest heroes, Mother Teresa combined a deep love for God and the Church with relentless, sacrificial compassion to the poorest of the poor in our world. In the end, Mother Teresa showed us the power of one the power of a single person, clinging to the Creator, to handle enormous change and turn it to good, and to become a luminous force in the darkest of times.
It is awe-inspiring to me that she did such great things and was as humble about what she was doing as she was. While reading these quotes I was struck by how simple the things she said truly were, yet in their simplicity lies their magnitude. She speaks of men and women who have lived and died uncomplainingly, even in the midst of great poverty and deprivation; of wealthy businessmen whose indifference has been transformed into compassion and charity, and of her encounters with people and governments around the globe. In the Heart of the World bears indisputable testimony to the influence of a soul wholly dedicated — with a heart of love — to a life of service. Moreover, she did so out of love. In the Heart of World is a beautifully compiled book that shares the thoughts, stories, and prayers of Mother Teresa.
Comprised of luminous selections culled from the New York Times bestseller, this warm and very loving volume is a joyful celebration of prayer, faith, love, service, and peace.Profound and uplifting, this elegant book will provide a tremendous source of inspiration for you or someone you love.
She took the name "Teresa" after Saint Teresa of Lisieux, the patroness of missionaries, and dedicated her entire life to helping the poorest of the poor in India and, later, throughout the world. The data informs whether you’ve achieved results from that hypothesis or whether you need to adjust. And of course any traffic that arrives on content you have control over, you can use web analytics to track. Rather than proselytizing, Mother Teresa gives simple encouragement to love and give and sacrifice.The anecdotes she tells--of the woman who calls her crippled son "Teacher of Love," or the child who prefers to live with her mother under a tree to living in the relative comfort of Mother Teresa's home--evoke a bittersweet tenderness in the reader, a feeling that Mother Teresa is correct in saying that we must conquer the world not with bombs but with love. The result is a collection of spiritual readings, meant not so much to read and understand as to pray and be the springboard for contemplation.

However, she loves the words and work of Mother Teresa and quotes Mother Teresa's opinion of the Missionaries of Charity as the, "most disorganized organization in the world" (Preface, vi). And what are the guiding principles that have enabled this humble nun to so profoundly effect the lives of millions?Now, in her own words, Mother Teresa shares the thoughts and experiences that have led her to do her extraordinary charitable work. She spent most of her time in Calcutta, India, caring for children, the sick, and the dying--work that earned her a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Her lessons can prepare us, as no political plan or economic program ever can, to navigate the trials that await us with grace, and even to turn them into blessing.
She wasn't helping the poor because it made her a better person, she was helping the poor because it was what she was needed to do to strengthen her relationship with Jesus. Through this book, Mother Teresa will inspire you to reach out with love and compassion to others, and to work together for world peace. A moving chronicle of her spiritual journey—including moments, indeed years, of utter desolation—these letters reveal the secrets she shared only with her closest confidants. Writers and mystics describe and discuss the Apophatic way as if it is something which is beautiful, poetic, lovely.
There is so much to learn in everything she did and so much wisdom in everything she said.I loved this book and appreciate that it did not invade her privacy or betray her wishes to keep her letters secret.
Due to her constant interaction with people of diverse backgrounds, no life situation was foreign to her and in this book her role is primarily one of teacher and guide.
In that quote, it could be said, Mother Teresa was giving, indirectly, an answer to Christopher Hitchens caustic critique of her. A candid look at her everyday life--at the very simplicity and self-sacrifice that give her the strength to move mountains--A Simple Path gives voice to the remarkable spirit who has dedicated her life to the poorest among us.Just as important as her beliefs are how they are put into action in the world, and A Simple Path also tells the story of the founding of the Missionaries of Charity, their purpose and practice, and the results of their tireless work.
Through these avenues, the injected dignity and value into the last days of people society had literally kicked to the curb.
Many times she mentions that she helps the poor because the poor are Jesus, and by helping them she is helping Jesus. She emerges as a classic mystic whose inner life burned with the fire of charity and whose heart was tested and purified by an intense trial of faith, a true dark night of the soul.Published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of her death, MOTHER TERESA is an intimate portrait of a woman whose life and work continue to be admired by millions of people. Mother Teresa in her letters to her spiritual director showed that it is a burning fire and a crucifixion which is beautiful only to the onlooker. Mother Teresa is one of those people that everyone wishes they could be inside her brain for a day, and now you have a chance. It is hard for unbelievers to understand how disorder in the Church is evidence of the order of God--and yet it is, because God can write with broken pens. There are no footnotes, no notes at all.
Through faith, surrender, and prayer, the missionaries live to serve others; they have improved the lives of countless souls and given dignity to the dying. Her work, is incomprehensible without the understanding of her rich spiritual devotion. Rare is it that you find someone combining radical activism with deep spirituality.
The messages in this lovely collection--directed atcoworkers, sisters, and others eager to hear the words of someone wholived the challenge she presented to others--are sure to provideinspiration for anyone who reads them. Many of the passages are quotes from Mother Teresaherself, and all of them challenge the reader to live up to hersaintly view of humanity and suffering.
The drawings are authentic to the cultures in which she lives, an artistic feast that is always just right, honest, and beautiful.
Luckily, we have the opportunity to share in the deepest experience of a supreme mystic through the words of this book. I highly recommend this for light reading, or deep interpretation, but it is NOT a story, for those of you looking for a novel. The title reflects what she proclaimed during her entire life: God is alive, present, and “still loves the world through you and through me”. However, there are many quotes that are gems in the thought and work of Mother Teresa including her Nobel Peace Prize Lecture (Appendix B). The fruit of service is PEACE." I highly recommend this book to anyone wishing to understand more about this remarkable woman.
One of the more discouraging disconnections in the Christian world is that between prayer and action, contemplation and social justice. I hope that by listening to the message that she was conveying that I can become a better person. If the day-by-day approachdoesn't fit, there's an easy-to-browse index, organized by theme("cheerfulness," "humility,""suffering"). She died in Calcutta, India, in 1997 and was beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 19, 2003.
The story is accessible to children, but is richly satisfying to teens and adults who can enjoy it on another level altogether.
Some quotes are what Christian readers expect, "I said that even if they helped one person, that was all right. There are many Christians who are deeply absorbed in prayer, liturgy, and the spiritual disciplines to the neglect of charity and justice for others.
These powerful messages, combined withblack-and-white photos of this highly regarded woman doing the workshe loved, make for a truly unforgettable book.
Her standards are high, however, and normalsinners may find her words more challenging than uplifting. That before, she began her work, these people were basically invisible to the rest of the world. In his homily the pope said, "Let us praise the Lord for this diminutive woman in love with God, a humble Gospel messenger and a tireless benefactor of humanity. She was called to be a missionary of charity, a carrier of God’s love to each person she met, especially those most in need. And there are many others who consistently engage in charitable acts of mercy but who are, spiritually, empty vessels. Yet she did not think that this was a vocation uniquely hers; each person is in some way called to be a carrier of God’s love. Most of us tend to bend our focus towards only one of Jesus' two Great Commandments, but Mother Teresa exhibited the blending and practice of both. Let us welcome her message and follow her example." Blessed by Pope John Paul II himself, Demi's Mother Teresa is a glorious biography of one of the most beloved women of our time -- a woman whose actions and words will inspire us all. Through the practical and timely advice she offers, Mother Teresa sets us on the path to closer union with God and greater love for our brothers and sisters. MOTHER TERESA (1910–1997) was born in Skopje (present-day Macedonia), and joined the Sisters of Loreto in Dublin in 1928. Others quotes only non-Christians will appreciate, "You call him Ishwar some call him Allah, some simply God, but we all have to acknowledge that it is he who made us for greater things: to love and to be loved" (pp.
In this way she shared this unique way of living with two other heroes of mine, Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, among others. Mother Teresa's impact on people of all beliefs and locations has been a shining example of love in a world often cold and apathetic towards the "least among us". There is a short but adequate Index. The style is intimate, enjoyable, and flowing from an obvious depth of knowledge of the subject addressed. I just finished reading one of these books, "A Simple Path" (240 pages, Ballantine Books, $24.00), which actually is only in part composed of Mother Teresa's own reflections. There are a number of pictures in the center of the book that historically progress through her life as if taken from the family album. There are a couple of criticisms about the book that need to be addressed.
Roughly two-thirds of the book is composed of thoughts from many of the priests and religious brothers and sisters who work with or are part of the Missionaries of Charity, the religious order Mother Teresa initiated. Mother Teresa offers introductions to each of these contributors, along with some short thoughts of her own, but the majority of the book is a collection of accounts, prayers, and reflections from the work of the Missionaries of Charity and their sister religious orders. The writings, while not all from the pen of Mother Teresa herself, still share the overarching spirit of this remarkable woman. The book hops from narratives, to teachings, to prayers, to quotes. Second, there is a lack of comments, interviews, and commentary from colleagues and associates. Third, there is plenty of data about her life but the depth of how each subject is handled sometimes seems a little thin. In response to the second and third criticisms, authors are painfully aware of this formula, pages plus cost equal higher price plus less audience. If you want a good introduction to the thoughts and prayers of Mother Teresa, though, "A Simple Path" is a great place to start.
Most people do not want to pay a fortune for a book and the numbers of books sold declines as the page number increases.
It would have been nice if more of Mother Teresa's own words filled the pages instead of the reflections of others, but I don't think the book's structure took much away from its message.
In this instantaneous age, few have the attention span for longer books. Those interested in Mother Teresa's thought should inquirer into Kathryn Spink's book, The Miracle of Love. Regardless of who said what, the spirit of Mother Teresa's compassion, stemming from the Spirit of Jesus, is communicated simply and beautifully through these pages.

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