• How NOT to Use Pie, Bar, and Line Charts in Marketing

    Graphs can be fun, they can be colorful, and they can help you tell a story. Done properly, charts and graphs make it easy for your customers to visualize what you are trying to say. When reporting to clients, it’s important that you make the facts easy to understand. The text and any graphics you include need to be clear.

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  • Day in the life: How Birchbox’s community manager responds to 200 customers a day

    This is part of a new “Day in the life” series that chronicles the daily work of those on the front lines of media. If you’d like to participate in “Day in the life,” get in touch. For 25-year-old Kirby Reynolds, staying positive is a job requirement. As Birchbox’s community manager, Reynolds responds to the comments and questions customers post to the brand’s social media acc ...

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  • How Snapchat plans to include commerce ads

    Snapchat is taking a deeper step into direct response marketing with ads that are billed based on consumer actions, not just views. The new approach to billing is another sign that shopping is coming to the platform, according to sources briefed on the plans. First, starting in April, Snapchat will start selling its app-install ads on a cost-per-install basis, a source close to Snapchat said.

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  • How to get your Readers to become more Engaged, Loyal and to Share your Content

    For many of us as bloggers the ultimate goal is to build an audience of readers who feel engaged with our brand, who show up on a loyal and regular basis and who eventually feel so much a part of what we do that they naturally want to share it with their own friends, family and networks. Last week I sat down and put together a short presentation on how to do just that with you ...

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  • Up Close: How The New @Snapchat “On-Demand Geofilters” Work

    One of the coolest things in Snapchat is the ability to add a geofilter to an image or a video, a special stamp that’s added with the name of a place, business or event. Now, anyone including brands can easily make their own. Snapchat announced the news today, saying that for as low as $5, you can create geofilters for anywhere within the US, UK and Canada.

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  • How To Create And Live Your Perfect Day

    When I think about my Perfect Day I am reminded of this quote by Paulo Coelho… How would you define your Perfect Day? What would you do, who would you do it with and how would you feel? Ask most people these questions and you will get replies like… … a feeling of accomplishment, a big business deal closed, a promotion at work, time with good friends, family time and that mystical feeling of.

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  • How to Reach Your Profit Potential on Twitter

    At first glance, Twitter can seem like a bunch of random noise. But the people who know how to use Twitter to grow their businesses will tell you that it’s a profit machine, once you know a few important fundamentals. Optimize Your Profile Like each of your social profiles, your Twitter profile should be optimized.

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  • How To Start An Internet Business Pt 1 – Target Market

    …: “If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking” – Buddhist Proverb Michael Marani Bio: Michael Marani is a successful author, and online entrepreneur best known for The Amazon Sales Formula The post How To Start An Internet Business Pt 1 – Target Market appeared first on How To Make Money Online. …

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  • How To Write Absolutely Irresistible Drip Campaign Emails

    … Most email marketers are familiar with the drip campaign — a series of triggered marketing emails to potential customers. Generally speaking, the goal of a drip campaign is to turn a subscriber into a customer. They are absolutely valuable to your marketing efforts. But they’re only as good as the emails you write. How do you create ultra…

    Neil Patel/ The Daily Eggin EMail How To's- 14 readers -
  • How to Promote Your Blog Posts on Twitter

    … If you write a blog post but there’s nobody there to read it, does it make a sale? You might have hired the best writer, researched the most compelling topic, included loads of original insights and tied it all together with eye-popping images, but if that blog post isn’t promoted properly, it simply won’t be read. Which means it won’t have…

    Lauren Dugan/ AllTwitterin Social Content Twitter How To's- 19 readers -
  • How to Use Twitter for Business in 2016 and Beyond

    At this point in your career, you might be feeling as if you’ve read everything you could possibly ever read about using social media for your business. However, the very nature of the industry means that networks and platforms are constantly evolving and changing. News and tips become outdated so quickly and regularly, making the role of a content marketer one of continuous re ...

    Hootsuite- 14 readers -