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3 New Content Distribution Tech Trends to Embrace Now [Tools]

You are either keeping up or falling behind. Today’s content distribution tactics call for experimenting with many emerging channels, so let’s look at how to diversify and empower your content marketing. Continue reading →
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How to Use the Facebook Split Testing Feature to Identify Your Most Profitable Audiences

Do you want to improve your Facebook ads? Wondering how the Facebook split test audience variable feature can help? In this article, you’ll discover how to split test audiences and reveal which ones deliver the best results for your Facebook ad campaigns. What Is the Facebook Split Testing Feature? The Facebook split testing feature lets […]
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Can You Still Use Infographics to Build Links?

Posted by DarrenKingmanContent link building: Are infographics still the highest ROI format?Fun fact: the first article to appear online proclaiming that “infographics are dead” appeared in 2011. Yet, here we are.
For those of you looking for a quick answer to this strategy-defining question, infographics aren’t as popular as they were between 2014 and 2015. Although they were the best format for generating links, popular publications aren’t using them as often as they used to, as evidenced in this research. However, they are still being used daily and gaining amazing placements and links for their creators — and the data shows, they are already more popular in 2018 than they were in 2013.
However, if there’s one format you want to be working with, use surveys.
Note: I am at the mercy of the publication I’ve reviewed as to what constitutes their definition of an infographic in order to get this data at scale. However, throughout my research, this…

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What Does a World Without Facebook Look Like for Content Marketers? (Hint: It Looks Kind of Good)

Once upon a time, on a fateful day in August, the world witnessed 45 minutes without Facebook. …

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How to Build Links When No One Will Link to You

Are you frustrated that no one will link to you? Have you tried all of the basic link building methods like email outreach to find out that none of them are working for you? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Everyone says you need to write amazing content to build links. And although that helps, […]
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How to Take Your Content Marketing from Data Reactive to Data Driven

You’ve been told over and over that content marketing needs to be data driven. You’ve been told that you need to prove ROI. To show the business impact of what you do. To measure everything back to dollars and cents so you can make your case to the executive team. While tying your efforts back […]
The post How to Take Your Content Marketing from Data Reactive to Data Driven appeared first on Convince and Convert: Social Media Consulting and Content Marketing Consulting. …

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How to Use Instagram Nametags for Marketing

Want a quick and easy way for people to find you on Instagram? Have you heard about Instagram Nametags? In this article, you’ll discover how to find and customize your Instagram nametag so people can quickly follow your Instagram account. What Are Instagram Nametags? Nametags on Instagram are very similar to Snapchat’s snapcodes and Facebook […]
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The ABCs of Connecting With Generation Z

Generation Z is poised to take the marketing world by storm. Before you assume its content interests will sync with other digital natives, look at the significant ways this distinct group is rewriting the rules of brand engagement. Continue reading →
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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Taking Full Control of Your Google Knowledge Panels

Posted by MiriamEllisThey say you can’t squeeze blood out of a turnip, but when the turnip (and your biggest potential competitor) is Google, the lifeblood of the local business locations you market could depend on knowing where to take control. As Google acts to confine ever-more stages of the local consumer journey within their own interface, local enterprises need to assume as much control as possible over the aspects of the Google Knowledge Panel that they can directly or indirectly influence.
This cheat sheet is your fast track to squeezing the most you can out of what Google is still offering.
How Google changed from local business benefactor to competitorIt may not come naturally, at first, to think of Google as a competitor. For many years in the local space, their offering of significant free screen real estate to any eligible local enterprise was like a gift. But, in their understandable quest for maximum profitability, Google is increasingly…

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This Ad for Ubisoft’s New Game Is a Heart-Pounding, Fantastic Voyage to Wild Worlds

Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might … blast off this rock and kick some intergalactic butt! That dream comes true for an imaginative schoolboy during Ubisoft’s two-minute film touting the recent release of its Starlink: Battle for Atlas game. Our story opens on Earth,… …

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Why Offline Word of Mouth is More Persuasive than Online Word of Mouth

The number of the day today is 41.  41 is the name of a great Dave Matthews Band song. It is the atomic number of niobium. The longest and last symphony written by Mozart is Symphony No 41. And it’s the Guinness World Record for the most peopled crammed into a large car, achieved in […]
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How to Adapt Your Communication Style to Every Type of Colleague

Growing up, you most likely didn’t talk to your parents the same way you talked to your friends. If you casually slipped in some of your teen lingo during a conversation, it wouldn’t register with them and they wouldn’t be able to understand what you were trying to express. They probably would’ve grounded you, too. …

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How to Use Custom Facebook Frames for Facebook Dynamic Ads

Want to add branding to your Facebook dynamic ad campaigns? Did you know you can use Facebook frames in your ads? In this article, you’ll learn how to add a custom Facebook frame to your Facebook dynamic ad campaigns. Why Customize the Appearance of Your Facebook Dynamic Ads? When it comes to Facebook dynamic ads, […]
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How to Stop the Vanity of Your Search Metrics

You publish two blog posts. In one week, one page shows up in 1,500 searches. The other post appears in 850 searches. It’s clear which one is on the right track. Or is it? Don’t deceive yourself with these three search metrics. Continue reading →
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How to Get More Keyword Metrics for Your Target Keywords

Posted by Bill.SebaldIf you’re old in SEO years, you remember the day [not provided] was introduced. It was a dark, dark day. SEOs lost a vast amount of trusty information. Click data. Conversion data. This was incredibly valuable, allowing SEOs to prioritize their targets.Google said the info was removed for security purposes, while suspicious SEOs thought this was a push towards spending more on AdWords (now Google Ads). I get it — since AdWords would give you the keyword data SEOs cherished, the “controversy” was warranted, in my opinion. The truth is out there.But we’ve moved on, and learned to live with the situation. Then a few years later, Google Webmaster Tools (now Search Console) started providing some of the keyword data in the Search Analytics report. Through the years, the report got better and better.But there’s still a finite set of keywords in the interface. You can’t get more than 999 in your report.Guess what?…

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15 Status Quo Defiers Distinguishing Themselves as the Latest Generation of Challenger Brands

There must be a better way–a solution that’s more cost efficient, less stress inducing, more socially beneficial and less environmentally destructive. The founders of the feisty, status quo-defying brands in Brandweek’s first-ever Challenger Brands issue started with precepts like these, identifying pain points in industries as varied as home insurance, group exercise, dental health and… …

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Kevin Gentle Majesty Marketing

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Stefan Fagerholm

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Guy J – Testimonial

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Pierre G. Testimonial

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Ed Stapleton – Testimonial

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Is Facebook Long-Form Video Dead?

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Social Media Marketing Talk Show, a news show for marketers who want to stay on the leading edge of social media. On this week’s Social Media Marketing Talk Show, join us as we discuss Social Media Examiner’s reasons for pulling three shows from Facebook with Michael Stelzner. Plus […]
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“The Robin Hood of Algorithms”: Why LinkedIn’s New Feed Could Be a Game Changer for Marketers

LinkedIn announced today that it plans to overhaul its feed ranking system to help more creators get better engagement on the content they share. …

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AMC’s Charlie Collier, and Not Gary Newman, Will Run Fox Network After the Disney Merger

After setting most of the leadership team for New Fox–the company that will be spun off following the close of the Disney-Fox merger–earlier this month, Lachlan Murdoch had one big exec surprise up his sleeve. AMC chief Charlie Collier will run Fox Broadcasting after the Disney deal is completed–and not Gary Newman, who currently shares… …

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Facebook Wants You to Think False News Efforts Are Working, But 52% of People Aren’t So Sure

Facebook today announced that three independent studies have found that the company’s efforts to fight the spread of false news on its site might be working. …

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