• 5 Ways To Increase Content Engagement On Your Blog

    Writing content that doesn’t promote engagement is like speaking to an audience that’s wearing headphones – it doesn’t matter what you say because nobody is paying attention (and the few that are don’t care). In order for content to be truly successful, it not only needs to command attention but also encourage readers to interact with it.

    Sid Bharath/ The Daily Eggin Content- 4 readers -
  • Moving Toward Mobile: The Future of Shopping Is on the Small Screen [Infographic]

    Mobile devices are rapidly becoming consumers' go-to tool for all their shopping needs. Is your website optimized to handle these online shoppers—or are they going to leave your business behind? Some 52% of smartphone and tablet users say that a bad mobile experience makes them less likely to do business with a company, according to the following DirectBuy infographic.

    MarketingProfs- 4 readers -
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • October 3, 2015

    Don’t have the time to read all the marketing news, blog posts, announcements, and other content related to SEO/social media/online marketing published each week? I’ve got you covered. I sift through trillions (well, hundreds) of online publications to stay on top of marketing news that might affect your online business.

    Ana Hoffman/ Traffic Generation Cafe- 4 readers -
  • 5 Signs You are Meant to be an Entrepreneur

    Are you meant to be an entrepreneur? According to Operation Hope, 43% of children and teens say they want to start their own business one day but less than 15% of adults in the United States are involved in entrepreneurship. Are some people born to be entrepreneurs while others struggle with the decision or never achieve entrepreneurial success because they were never meant ...

    Search Engine Journal- 9 readers -
  • Growth Hacking vs Traditional Marketing: The 4 Big Differences [Infographic]

    Random, but when I was growing up, I always wanted a twin. From Mary-Kate and Ashley to The Parent Trap, mainstream portrayals of twins always made it seem like a good time. I suppose much of the appeal for me came from the outrageous idea of there being someone else in the world who looked and acted exactly like you, but obviously that’s not always the case.

    The IMPACT Blog- 7 readers -
  • Twitter Removes Share Counts: This Week in Social Media

    Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week Twitter to Remove Share Counts: In a recent update, Twitter announced that “Twitter share counts will no longer appear alongside Tweet buttons AND third-party direct access to tweet sh ...

    Cindy King/ Social Media Examinerin Social Paid Search- 4 readers -
  • Linked to Influence – Book Interview

    Heidi cohen interviews Stephanie Sammons. Q: What’s your best piece of advice for readers looking to improve their marketing? Establish your entire digital presence on the foundation of trust and build it through influence. Think about the people who influence you. What about them attracts you? It is likely their perspective, passion, and personality.

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Content- 4 readers -
  • Bikes and cars

    Bikes should give way to cars: Cars are bigger Cars are faster Cars are powerful A car can hurt a biker Cities are built for commerce, and powered vehicles are the engine of commerce It's inefficient for a car to slow down I'm in a car, get out of my way I'm on a bike, I'm afraid Cars should give way to bikes: Bikers need a break Bikers are more fragile Bikes aren't n.

    Seth Godin/ Seth Godin's Blog- 6 readers -
  • My Problem, And How It Benefits You…

    My problem, besides the fact that this photo is blurry and totally unfocused (lol), is that I have some extra time on my hands for the month of October. It's a sad, sad story. One you probably don't want to hear. Heh. The short version: I was engaged, I was happy, we were meant to move in together last month, he bailed, it's over. There ya go. Unlike the photo, I am focused.

    Lynn Terry/ ClickNewz!in How To's- 4 readers -
  • The Limits of Hashtag Activism

    The Limits of Hashtag Activism October 2, 2015 by Justin McGee Leave a Comment As a result of 24-hour cable news cycle, relentlessness of the internet and ubiquitousness of social media, for better or worse, we are, in some ways, more in tune with the world than ever before. Twitter helped spur on the Arab Spring in 2011, ignite the search for Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Res ...

    The Blog Heraldin Social Twitter- 5 readers -
  • 10 Instant Solutions to Reinvent Your Blog

    So you are on your couch watching one of your favorite movies on HBO. But suddenly, in a middle of nowhere, you get a brilliant idea about a post. The idea has got everything it needs to get viral, to get popular. Because of the fear that you might forget it, you ran frantically towards your PC and start writing about it. And it’s done. You finally publish the post.

    Famous Bloggersin Blogging- 7 readers -
  • Top 6 Video Editing Products of 2015 (Free & Paid)

    By now hoteliers should understand the importance of using video content to marketing their property. Compelling video can influence more engagement online and bring more travelers to your website. In previous blogs, I’ve mentioned methods that professional videographers use to ensure that their videos come out looking as great as possible.

    E-Marketing Associatesin Social SEO Content YouTube- 4 readers -
  • Adventures: Melbourne to Munich

    Hello, G’day, Hola, Ahoj, Hallo, Mrhaba, Chaírete… These are the greetings of the past few months of my life. I’m back again with a travel update, maybe some industry insight, some tips, some lessons, some stories to tell your grandchildren. Oh and maybe some gym recommendations. I began writing this post from the train-cabin enroute from Prague, CZ to Berlin, DE. What a beautiful country-side.

    Fit Affiliate- 6 readers -
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