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  • Top Tips for Making the First 30 Days in Your New Content Role Really Count

    For me, starting a new job is always a steady mix of overwhelming excitement and sheer terror. I think about all of the things that I am going to accomplish (very quickly of course) and then at some point realize that the comfort of knowing the in’s and out’s of my previous job, are now gone. As someone that has worked in numerous marketing and content roles throughout my car ...

    Ashley Zeckman/ TopRank®in Content- 11 readers -
  • The 5 W’s (and an H) That Guide Your Content Marketing Strategy

    Journalists make excellent content marketers. It’s not just because they’re used to writing clean, compelling copy. Or that, given the state of the modern news industry, there’s a wide talent pool for marketing departments to choose from. No, journalists make great marketers because they have finely-developed instincts for chasing down a story.

    TopRank®in Content- 13 readers -
  • Rule the Room: 5 Tips for Facilitating Meetings that Generate Results

    The work world is simultaneously in love and hate with meetings – from congratulatory mugs for surviving ‘another meeting that could have been an email’ to the mandatory ‘check-in’ meetings that seem to plague event the tightest of calendars. It is generally accepted that meetings are necessary for effective work to be done.

    TopRank®- 11 readers -
  • Behind the Marketing Curtain: An Interview with Influencer Marketing Wiz Amisha Gandhi, SAP

    From emerging social media channels to the rise of artificial intelligence, the exciting cyclone of change often drops us marketers into unfamiliar territory—and we have to find our way home. Thankfully, the marketing industry is flush with talented marketers leading the way, and we often look to them for tactical insights to navigate the winding road and avoid fields of deceiving poppies.

    TopRank®- 20 readers -
  • Supercharge Your Marketing at Digital Summit Los Angeles with Confluence

    Coming off the supercharged sun, surf and sand themed social media extravaganza of SMMW17 in San Diego last week, I am now literally sitting on a beach. Here on the West coast of Costa Rica, with the waves crashing, birds singing their songs in the trees and the distant sounds of kids laughing as they play in the sand, it's a great time to reflect and look forward.

    Lee Odden/ TopRank®- 20 readers -
  • The Queen of Facebook Tells All on Generating Facebook Marketing ROI

    True to form, Mari Smith kicked off her presentation at Social Media Marketing World last week by sharing her full bio in the form of emojis and poking fun at her own mixed accent which immediately put the packed room at ease. When someone with experience like Mari takes the stage, you perk up and get ready to have a deluge of knowledge dropped on you in a short amount of time.

    Ashley Zeckman/ TopRank®in Social Facebook- 12 readers -
  • The Next Evolution of Influencer Marketing: 4 Key Insights And What They Mean

    We marketers love to chase shiny objects. It’s part of the constant drive to experiment, optimize, and improve. Any new tactic that looks promising is going to attract our attention. During his presentation last week at Social Media Marketing World, Lee Odden offered proof of just how shiny influencer marketing is: It can potentially return $9.60 for every dollar invested.

    TopRank®- 16 readers -
  • Aw, Snap: Everything You Need to Know about Snapchat for Business #SMMW17

    “Social media evolution is inevitable. All you can do is evolve along with it.” - @carlosgil83 Click To Tweet Snapchat is a platform seemingly designed to confuse people of a certain age. Let’s say those of us who were high school age or older when Bill Clinton was president. If you’re in that demographic, you probably didn’t immediately “get” Snapchat’s minimalist UI and se ...

    TopRank®- 15 readers -
  • Creating Breakthrough Content: There Ain’t No Magic Feather #SMMW17

    If you want to write amazing content like Ann Handley, don’t be a Dumbo. Dumbo was convinced he could only fly while holding a “magic feather.” When he lost the feather mid-flight, he plummeted toward the ground. It wasn’t until he believed he could fly without the feather that he was able to take off again.

    TopRank®in Content- 19 readers -
  • Superheroes of Social Media: Your Must-See Guide to #SMMW17

    In a past life, I was a minor internet celebrity. One big perk to that dubious career was being a vendor at San Diego Comic Con for seven straight years. Our little indie booth saw visits from superheroes and celebrities alike. Doctor Who, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, DC & Marvel Comics: It’s truly a nerdy paradise.

    TopRank®in Social- 20 readers -
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