How We Re-Define Content Marketing Training #MyBlogU

    What does a usual content marketing training lack? Practice Fun and Play Motivation… I am going to change it! Meet our FREE content marketing training experiment: #MBUstorm challenge! [Details are here] Here’s how we are re-defining content marketing training: We encourage you to brainstorm content ideas for 30 days, every day, using MyBlogU brainstorm section Once you are done, we give you FREE .

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    It’s Friday. Time for another round-up for stories that were too late or too small to digitally print. I hear the weekend calling my name, so let’s get to it. Facebook Media Facebook thinks celebrities can use some help getting started on Facebook, so they’ve created a new portal called Facebook Media.

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    Facebook ad revenue: more money for less time

    A lot of people spend a lot of time on Facebook. That’s a given. But when eMarketer broke down the numbers, they found something very interesting. When you compare time spent on site and ad dollars as a percentage of the whole, it simply doesn’t add up. Looking at all digital activity in a day, Facebook users spend about 21 minutes on the site (that’s a lot!) which is 6% of all digital time.

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    How We Re-Define Content Marketing Training #MyBlogU

    What does a usual content marketing training lack? Practice Fun and Play Motivation… I am going to change it! Meet our FREE content marketing training experiment: #MBUstorm challenge! [Details are here] Here’s how we are re-defining content marketing training: We encourage you to brainstorm content ideas for 30 days, every day, using MyBlogU brainstorm section Once you are done, we give you FREE .

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    Measurement: Don’t Get Caught in the Weeds

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