Posts Tagged ‘content marketing’

5 Important Trends In Email Marketing You Must Understand

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 23rd, 2017

Email marketing continues to be an important marketing channel for small businesses and startups. That’s because 81% of US consumers are more likely to make a purchase based on an email. New technologies have improved email automation, tracking, and innovation, and these changes have created interesting new possibilities for smart marketers. Complex marketing campaigns are […]

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6 Experts Predict The Digital Marketing Trends for 2017

Arielle Kimbarovsky | January 11th, 2017

Image source: William Iven Marketing is constantly evolving. Over the past few years, we’ve seen new social media platforms, new strategies, and new tactics. Everyone from entrepreneurs to experienced marketers/CEOs have had to rethink their strategies and tactics. Among other changes, in 2016 we saw increasing interest in “content marketing” and a huge increase in […]

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How To Create Content Marketing Unicorns

Ross Kimbarovsky | December 7th, 2016

Image Source: Lisa Brewster Some marketers and companies do a phenomenal job building and executing their content marketing strategies. But the vast majority of marketers and companies, especially in B2B, continue to struggle with content marketing. What’s the problem? There isn’t one clear answer that explains why most companies do a poor job with content […]

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13 Ways Your Brand Can Get in the Holiday Spirit

Lauren Nelson | November 7th, 2016

The holidays are around the corner. Is your brand ready to celebrate?

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In Defense of the Renegade Marketers

Lauren Nelson | August 9th, 2016

With the dawn of social media and explosion of internet access across the globe came a revolution in marketing. New channels were available with larger audiences, more segmentation opportunities, and a myriad of engagement opportunities. The possibilities were endless. Indeed, we’re still exploring them. But with these possibilities came no small amount of chaos. Curious […]

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Repurposing Content Through Visual Reimagination

Lauren Nelson | August 4th, 2016

  As any content marketer will tell you, diligent strategy execution and time can yield a treasure trove of promotional material for your use. That content creation, however, can take up a lot of bandwidth. It’s not easy to consistently turn out high quality blog posts, white papers, newsletters, emails, and more. But in a fast […]

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A Mile in Their Shoes: Framing Your Content Marketing Strategy

Lauren Nelson | July 29th, 2016

  There are thousands of articles, videos, and books out there, all eager to tell you the “secret” to effective content marketing. There’s a reason such resources are in high demand: 88% of all B2B businesses are investing in content marketing, along with 80% of B2C businesses. Of course folks are gonna want to know […]

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More than a Logo: 5 Additional Ways to Leverage the Crowd for Your Creative Needs

Lauren Nelson | July 27th, 2016

  When we talk about crowdsourcing creative work, the primary focus of the conversation is frequently on graphic design, and, more specifically, logo design. In all fairness, that makes some sense. After all, that’s the concept that’s been part of the digital marketing narrative for the longest period of time. But as time has gone […]

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Stop Freaking Out About the Facebook News Feed Changes

Lauren Nelson | July 1st, 2016

It’s Facebook’s world. We’re just posting in it. Never has that been more clear to businesses than with the recent explanation of Facebook’s News Feed priorities. The company announced several small tweaks to their algorithms yesterday that will likely impact the reach of pages, though such tweaks are not really that surprising. They’re part of a […]

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The Problem is the Advertising, Not the Ad Blocker

Lauren Nelson | June 30th, 2016 Your Ad Done Got Blocked

Media companies and publishers are mad. Like, really mad. Well, maybe more nervous than mad, but certainly angry enough to sound a lot like digital geriatrics shaking their fists at the ad blocking kids running up and down their site. Their agitation is understandable. After all, the clever little extensions that give the rest of us […]

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