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  • Achieving escape velocity: The content discovery challenge

    …. BuzzSumo is the world’s best way to discover, analyze and amplify your content. Run over to BuzzSumo today for a 14 day free trial. Beyond data, BuzzSumo offers priceless insights into content discovery, monitoring, influencers, and outreach, content research and planning, and competitor research. It is an indispensable application for content research…

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  • How to keep yourself safe from social engineering attacks

    … By Kiki Schirr, {grow} Contributing Columnist Your Facebook “About” page says where you were born. LinkedIn states where you work. Your Twitter profile reveals your collegiate team. And that old OKCupid profile you forgot to delete–well, you were a little too open, perhaps. There’s likely a ton of data about you online, especially if you’re…

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  • 10 Epic Shifts that are Re-Writing the Rules of Marketing

    … (they determine what we see), Google (they determine what we find), and Amazon/Apple (they determine how it is distributed). Most internet revenue is now generated from subscription models (over advertising) but ironically, most of the actual content creators aren’t benefitting from the gold rush. 5) Distribution revolution The advent of drones and 3D…

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  • Four marketing mega trends nobody’s talking about

    …. First the bad news: All this public social data and engagement is going behind a privacy wall. Now the good news: A lot of private information that used to be in text messaging is now in the hands of the Facebook overlords. If they decide to share that data with us, marketing will be revolutionized. This is an enormous shift in how and where…

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  • 16 Essential educational resources for the marketing professional

    … of disseminating your own content. Growthhackers.com Growthhackers.com is Sean Ellis’s community devoted to creative growth strategies. It functions almost exactly as Inbound does, so you can often use it for the same purpose … growth hacking and marketing aren’t too different! Primer Primer is Google’s tutorial app for marketers. Since it is a Google…

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  • Is Google really Sauron?

    ….” They develop software and launch it to “see what happens” instead of thinking through the implications for their fans and their brand. The mantra is to “fail fast” (oh how I hate that phrase) instead of patiently building something that lasts. In the most ridiculous example of this, Google convinced customers to pay them $1,500 for Google Glass…

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  • Content Shock is here. Now what?

    … recently hosted Chad Pollitt on Blab and we discussed how his business, Relevance, is cutting through the content clutter with new strategies and research. Chad tells us: How to find an opportunistic content niche What distribution tactics are working today New forms of content promotion that might be on the horizon The unexpected impact mobile…

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  • How to achieve pure search results

    … In its never-ending quest for search engine perfection, Google has created a search bubble just for you. When you do a search, your results may depend on what you have searched on before, your contact list and subject matter in GMail, your activities on Google+ and your physical location, to name a few factors. So if I search for something…

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  • Five good reasons to ignore Google

    I’ve been exploring ideas for creative new content forms and I’ve come to a realization. Google is holding us back. Think about how much of what we create, and how we create it, is influenced by Google’s rules (or what we know of them). Conforming to SEO best practices forces us into a very small creative box, and the more we we get creative and stray from that box, the less ...

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  • What you need to know about emerging content forms

    One of my predictions for 2015 was that the incredible wave of information density we all face as marketers will force innovation in content forms. Let’s face it, the way we create and consume content has not changed significantly in a decade. The need to stand out will finally force companies to help us create and consume in new ways. And change is in the air.

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  • 10 soul-grabbing brands that prove you don’t need SEO to succeed

    … the content marketing tsunami. As I wrote a few weeks ago, SEO and all this Google wrestling may be important for some kinds of content, but not all. Often, content moves on the web simply because a person or brand is powerful. In my upcoming book The Content Code, I call this the Heroic Brand. We all have personal brands but we don’t all have…

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  • Under-used social media platforms (and more)

    … In the latest edition of The Marketing Companion podcast, Tom Webster and I climb all over today’s hottest marketing topics. Here’s a sampling of our latest audio adventure: Tom amazes Mark with his knowledge of the Seven Dwarves. Cancelling Google Glass — Is this a blip on the wearable tech radar or has Google set the industry back a step…

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  • Four ways augmented reality will be coming to your workplace soon

    … in the workplace. Microsoft HoloLens Immersive augmented reality — There are a growing number of companies developing software/hardware combinations to create a full immersive 3D world. The most notable of these is Oculus, bought last year by Facebook. Although these headsets probably won’t be adopted in an industrial environment, there…

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  • Five 2015 digital marketing trends for your consideration

    … be a lot better if they could combine their data/software silos. Some tantalizing possible combinations might be Facebook + Pinterest or Google + Twitter. There are a lot of egos involved in these companies but at some point the boards will take over and make rational decisions based on potential financial gains. Will that momentum occur in 2015? 4) Big…

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