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Neil White
September 25, 2017

How To Avoid Mistakes While Doing SEO For Yourself

Do-it-yourself SEO

You’re having trouble leaping to page one. After all that hard work, it’s still not happening. You think you’ve got it all covered. You’ve optimized your website for the search engines. You found some nifty key phrases that promise to bring in a gigantic amount of traffic. You’ve got the links covered…So why is your


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Jenn Herman
September 22, 2017
Instagram Myths Debunked

In this article, Jenn Herman discusses and debunks 4 common Instagram myths. It is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Instagram Myths Debunked Unfortunately, all too often, something gets said in a popular publication and it gains viral steam across the blogosphere. Many times this information is not quite accurate, or even


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Jennifer Xue
September 21, 2017

5 Methods to Find Your Competitive Content Advantage

Competitive Advantage

A piece of content will have good value if it has a competitive advantage. Strategizing is helpful in the beginning, but it’s execution and how well it’s done that will make a difference in the long run. Moreover, before you can execute properly, there are five things to analyze in finding your competitive advantage. Each


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Susan Gilbert
September 20, 2017

12 Tools To Improve Blogging, Video Marketing and Research

Blogging, Video Marketing and Research Tools

The following is made up of 3 “Monday Tips” articles, each of which talks about 4 helpful tools and resources around a specific area of your business. Today, the subjects are: Blogging Tools Tools to help you improve your video marketing Competitor Research Tools Improve Your Blog Content with These 4 Tools 1) Plan and


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Robin Singh
September 19, 2017

A Newbie’s Guide To Knowledge Bases

A Newbie’s Guide To Knowledge Bases

In today’s connected world, consumers expect fast and accurate information. If you can’t provide them with what they want exactly when they want it, they will find someone who can. It’s really as simple as that! Which is why you need to try and meet every need of your target customers. Consistently satisfying customers makes


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James Malone
September 18, 2017

Visual Marketing: Either You’re In or Your Brand Is Out!

The Growing Importance of Visual Marketing

In the faster than The Flash digital age, the future of marketing is visual. With the advent of social media, smartphones and use of visual content, marketing today is more dynamic and versatile than ever before, and still growing and evolving. A study from Wharton School of Business found that 67% of the audience (from Piktochart blog)


Janja Jovanovic
September 15, 2017

The Evolving State of Freelancing [Infographic]

The Evolving State of Freelancing

Nowadays, there’s a lot of talk about how the unemployment rate, especially among young people, has gone up in the past few years. Certain millennial traits and behaviours are part of the reason why this has happened—the worst ones have had an impact on an entire generation of people – especially if we’re talking about


Tony Zambito
September 14, 2017

Customers Are Still The Best Source For Buyer Insights

The best buyer insights come from your customers, not your data

In this article, Tony Zambito discusses how companies may be ignoring their customers in their rush to ever more sophisticated data. Surely, the best buyer insights still lie with the buyers themselves? It is another thought-provoking installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. The Best Source For Buyer Insights In the past


Justin Osborne
September 13, 2017

3 Digital Marketing Trends to Prepare for in 2018

Digital Marketing Trends

A serious marketing expert explores every new trend. They don’t judge. They test. Then, they decide if the trend works for their campaigns. At its core, marketing is all about selling products or services in a way that engages the target audience. The problem is, audience preferences evolve. That’s how digital marketing trends are developed.


Laura Buckler
September 12, 2017

Digital Storytelling: What You Get When Art and Science Connect

Have you ever noticed that some ads we remember for a long time, while others, no matter how beautifully made, we forget almost as soon as we have seen it? There is no magic wand at work here. The ads we remember are the brainchildren of marketers that understood the way the brain works when


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