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Shane Barker

9 Great Ways to Increase Engagement on Social Media

Increase Engagement on Social Media

In this epic article, Shane Barker shows us the best ways to increase engagement on Social Media. While you are undoubtedly already following some of the advice given here, it is nevertheless invaluable to see all of this in a single article.  It is “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Increase Engagement on Social


Farid Gasim

7 Tips for Making Your Brand More “Likeable” on Social Media

Brand

According to Wordstream, over 50 million businesses use Facebook Business Pages with 2 million of them using Facebook for advertising in the US (2016). Instagram, on the other hand, earns $595 million in mobile ad revenue per year. These stats just show the huge potential of social media marketing and its impact on increasing sales.


Shelly Kramer

Second Screen Social: What Marketers Need to Know

Second Screen Social

Second Screen Social seems like a slow burner. It has been around far longer than most people realise, and it’s possibilities are immense. Is it (and its concepts) finally starting to take hold? We were excited to see that Shelly Kramer had written on the subject, and had to select it for our “Great Articles


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Shyam Bhardwaj

How to Build a Booming Authority in 7 Steps

Authority

No one would have been interested in following Brian Dean on Twitter or subscribing to his weekly newsletter programs if he wouldn’t have put massive value in his posts and inside stories. When Neil Patel mentions, The ability of analysing issues and solving real time problems make him the leader And that’s where Authority comes


Mike Allton

How To Use Social Media To Attract Followers And Business

Attract followers fishing analogy

In this article, Mike Allton uses the analogy of fishing to show how to attract followers (and business) from social media. It makes for a light yet insightful read, and is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series….. Cast Your Net And Reel In The Fish Ancient fishermen would take their boats


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Ian Naylor

6 Social Media Mistakes That Cost Businesses Dearly

Social Media Mistakes

According to Statista, in 2020, the number of social media users will reach nearly 3 billion (2.95bn to be exact) – that’s 40% of the current world population. When you think of that as a marketing platform for businesses, social media is now an essential if not vital part of any business’s digital marketing strategy.


Nazareth Qarbozian

Interview: Social Media Marketing Trends For 2017 & Beyond

Social Media Marketing: Jan Gordon Interview

Foreword Prior to this interview, I worked with a number of major influencers, including Sam Hurley, Timothy Hughes. I continue with excitement and optimism that people want content which is fresh, to the point and from the influencer themselves.Therefore it is great to announce my next interview with Jan Gordon. Jan was voted a Top


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Shane Barker

10 High Profile Influencer Marketing Case Studies

Influencer Marketing Case Studies

In this “Great Articles You may have missed” article, Shane Barker presents 10 Influencer Marketing case studies. No, they aren’t ‘typical’. But there are lessons to be learned from each…. Influencer Marketing Case Studies You’ve read influencer marketing tips and how-to guides from experts. But there’s only so much you can learn from instructions alone. The


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Daniel Newman

The Top 10 Marketing Trends For 2017 [Infographic]

Marketing Trends 2017

This article by an old friend of Curatti, Daniel Newman, takes a look at the marketing trends taking shape for 2017, and is a timely installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Marketing Trends 2017 Visibility is one aspect of marketing that won’t change—regardless of the year. Marketing before and after a


Timothy (Tim) Hughes

Social Media Marketing Is About Relationships, Not Broadcasting

Social Media Marketing

This article by Timothy (Tim) Hughes, looks at the roots of Social Media Marketing, and how the practices of many have changed less than we might like to believe. It is another installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Social Media Marketing Is Not For Broadcasting The foundations to marketing started in


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