• 9 Content Hacks to Help You Learn from Your Competitors

    Businesses are often uneasy about their competitors, and for good reason. It’s natural, as there’s of course a rivalry for market share, internet headspace, and the bottom line. What many businesses fail to do, thanks to the emotional surge that goes along with the whole process, is to look critically at their competitors and learn from them.

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  • Top 25 Inbound Marketing Articles – Week of 05/19/17

    This week’s roundup includes tips to improve your Email open rate, perform an SEO backlink quality assessment, and run A/B tests and multivariate tests. Learn how to create a Content strategy, and launch a successful Social Media Marketing campaign on Facebook and Instagram. We’ve covered all of this news and, much more, below! Content Marketing: Alexander’s blog outline ...

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  • 6 Visual Content Marketing #Stats (& How To Take Advantage Of Them)

    … Experts predict that, in 2017, content marketing will be tougher than ever. Thought leaders like Mark Schaefer even consider the possibility of content marketing being unsustainable in the near future. In what he describes as the “Content Shock”, Schaefer predicted that there’ll soon be more content on the internet than people can ever consume. [...] The post 6 Visual Content Marketing #Stats (& How To Take Advantage Of Them) appeared first on Search Engine People Blog. …

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  • Top 2 Keys to Unlocking Content Development Efficiency

    … out individual emails. Google Docs lets you set different permission levels on each document for viewing and/or editing. Store your Google Docs within your Google Drive, or use each tool separately as you desire. Armed with an annual inbound marketing plan, and whatever accelerators you find helpful to jump start content creation, you’ll be on the path of content development efficiency. That means you should have no problem feeding the hungry internet beast, keeping him keenly plump and happy. …

    Roman Kniahynyckyj/ Inbound Marketing Blogin Content- 13 readers -
  • 3 Reasons to Geek Out on Your Blog

    The principle of Occam’s Razor states that the simplest answer is most likely the correct answer. This truism may be applied to nearly anything in life, including the blogging arena. How would we simplify the components of a successful blog? Surely there must be a formula that will work for anyone, right? And there is … sort of.

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  • How to Create Content That Converts Visitors into Leads: Step-by-step Instruction

    If there is one thing that marketers have learned in the past couple of years, it is that content is king. Audiences are becoming more and more demanding. They want answers, solutions, and insights; if all else fails, they want you to entertain them. Creating good content is time-consuming and hard, but as we already said, it is also very rewarding.

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  • Snackable Content About Snacks: Why Tastemade’s Facebook Videos Are Working

    The Biggest Primark Haul I've Ever Done - Previous Video: http://bit.ly/2n4QoW2 - Vlogs: http://bit.ly/2lyMuWK --- Links below marked with a "*" are affiliate links - which means I receive a percentage of the revenue made from purchasing products though this link — I'm Wearing & In The Background: * Striped Top - ASOS: http://bit.ly/2mMZSmJ - Curtain Lights - Lights4u: http://bit.

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  • What Not to Do (in Content Marketing)

    … Some weeks are all sunshine and lollipops. This week is not that week. Actually, all week we’ve been warning you of various colorful ways online professionals can shoot themselves in the foot. On Monday, I talked about a bunch of ways (around 30, I think) that people mess things up for themselves when they’re conducting their professional lives…

    Sonia Simone/ Copybloggerin EMail Content- 12 readers -
  • 5 massive SEO and content shifts you need to master right now

    Google has thrown a lot at marketers in just the last five years. All of these big changes — from rolling out major algorithm updates to shifting to mobile-first — have essentially had the same goal: to provide the best possible search experience to users. Google wants to show users the best content at the right time on the right device as quickly as possible.

    Jim Yu/ Search Engine Land- 14 readers -