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46 Expert Tips For Creating Addictive Content [INFOGRAPHIC & EBOOK] – This infographic provides tips from 46 content marketing and SEO experts, including Neil Patel, for how to create valuable, addictive content. Venngage Facebook Ad Budgets Rose 11 Percent In Q4 On Higher ROAS [Study] – Advertisers spent more on Facebook video ads, dynamic product ads and carousel ads du ...
Do you remember when great content marketing meant your copy was properly optimized for search engines so your customers could find you when searching? Today’s customers have raised the bar, and it’s time that content marketers follow suit. As marketers, we have a unique opportunity to create a more one-to-one experience with our customers and prospects through the use of compelling visuals.
As the digital world we live in becomes increasingly cluttered, marketers are constantly refining their content marketing strategies and embracing new tactics to stay competitive. And Real-time video is one of those tactics that is allowing marketers to reach new audiences and increase customer engagement. Video has been viewed as an effective marketing tactic for a number of years.
Top New Years Resolutions Of 2015 – The numbers are in and the people have spoken. People have been tweeting their New Years resolutions and Twitter has measured them with the hashtag #NewYearsResolution See the results above. Twitter Amazon: Adoption Of Sponsored Products Ads Grew By 100 Percent in 2015 – Amazon released a flurry of performance stats for 2015 on Tuesday, inc ...
10 Types of Visual Content Your Brand Should Be Creating Right Now [Infographic] – Over the past few years, we’ve seen content become more visual. Marketers have experimented with infographics, videos, and more — and they’ve made plans to keep it up this year. To help narrow your focus, check on this infographic from Canva below.
Does this influencer marketing scenario sound familiar? You’ve set up your initial influencer list full of high-profile names and a few up-and-comers in the industry, developed a compelling question for your outreach and just hit send on the first round. Then, crickets. Big, green, loud crickets.
For many marketers, “long-form content” often refers to creating an eBook, drafting a 1,500-word blog post or developing a white paper—certainly not a concept associated with shorter-the-better social media posts. Well, that’s definitely changing. As the digital space gets more cluttered, marketers are embracing new ways to stand out from competitors and engage with their audience.
Greetings, humans. It is I, a fellow human and certainly not a trench coat full of cats posing as human. I would like to tell you how to show personality in your writing so other cats—I mean, humans, like me—will enjoy reading it. All cats aside, it’s surprisingly easy for marketers to forget that we are writing for people. We write for a persona, a target audience, an industry.
The stories that we are told as children are largely focused around kings, queens, princes and princesses. These characters are beautiful, intelligent and live a life that others can only dream of. Today’s royalty take somewhat of a different form. They are marketers that inevitably stand out from the crowd due to their digital marketing creativity, smarts and success.
Top 16 Most Effective Search Engine Optimization Tips [Infographic] – SEO is a dynamic industry which requires keen observation and consideration in any kind of on-page changes, off-page activities or link-building strategies. The above infographic takes into account the “Top 16 effective Search Engine Optimization tips” recommended by Ahrefs.
It’s tempting to think of your brand as a beautiful and unique flower. You believe in the work you do, you take pains to know your audience and craft messages that should resonate with them. So you bring your exquisite rose to the world—only to find they’re standing waist-deep in a flower garden. In the crowded content market, it’s entirely possible to do everything right and ...
We often have new customers ask us what the best approach is for breaking the code of content promotion. Is it purely organic reach, social amplification or is paid promotion the way to go? The short answer is, all of these and more. When content marketing first hit the market, brands used it as an opportunity to follow a formula for something they already knew, online advertising.
[Note From Ashley: TopRank Marketing team members Debbie Friez and Joel Carlson recently attended a Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) event in Minneapolis and collaborated to bring you the insights below from the event.] Long gone are the leisurely evenings and weekends where people disconnected from the outside world and made time to relax.
A social media marketer walks into a bar. “I’ll have a Facebook martini,” she says. “What’s a Facebook martini?” the bartender replies. “It’s like a regular martini, but if I want to drink more than 2% of it I have to pay extra,” she says. [Cue Laugh Track] Okay, so maybe comedy about social media marketing isn’t a great idea. But comedy and social media have a lot in common.
When battling other businesses for your customers attention on social media, you have to stand out in order to get noticed. That can mean being disruptive, going against standard marketing practices, or doing something unique that draws the attention of your customers away from the “noise” of social media. One way to accomplish that goal is to harness the power and creativity of images.
Like it or not, Paid Search strategies can quickly turn into a game of out maneuvering your opponent. Which is why the team at TopRank Marketing is always integrating online advertising into digital marketing programs with a focus on out messaging, out strategizing and out bidding our client’s competitors.
Smart, Creative and Focused on Results. That expression is central to our approach as an agency business and in our continuous pursuit to improve as marketers. Ubiquitous information access and increasing complexity and competition means the need to advance knowledge and creativity with digital marketing strategy, tactics and performance is greater than ever.
Most of the B2B influencer marketing programs that I’ve seen are focused on a handful of marketing objectives for brands that sponsor them. The thing is, like many marketing focused investments, influencer marketing can yield many more benefits than the simple act of a famous person in your industry saying nice things about your product or brand.