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Susan Gilbert

12 Tools To Improve Mobile Marketing, Social Media and Marketing Strategy

Mobile Marketing, Social Media and Marketing Strategy

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: Mobile marketing tools Social Media tools Marketing strategy 4 Mobile Marketing Tools for Better Promotion 1) Smart mobile ad monetization – AdMob by Google


Mitt Ray

5 Ways to Get More Comments on Instagram

Get More Comments on Instagram

Instagram doesn’t have a chronologically arranged newsfeed anymore. Posts are now organized based on engagement. If your posts get more engagement in the form of comments and likes, they will appear higher in the newsfeed. Appearing higher in the newsfeed will boost your engagement further. More comments can also indicate the effectiveness of your social


Susan Gilbert

7 Ways to Stay Focused With Your Social Media Marketing in the New Year

Stay Focused

Do you find that you are spending too much time on social media, but not getting much accomplished? What you need is a well-planned strategy in order to leverage this incredibly powerful tool for building your business online. You should have your core goals and metrics laid out from the very beginning. Ask yourself questions


Anna Rud

Guest Blogging Outreach: How to Pitch an Article No One Will Turn Down

Guest Blogging outreach

When we embark on our guest blogging outreach, we’ve all have heard some variation of the words “I have to pass this time.” It’s important to remember that even highly-respected influencers have been through this before. They simply were learning from their failures instead of giving up. Sure, there is no magic formula for creating


Sahil Kakkar

6 Mistakes That May Be Sabotaging Your Content Marketing

These Mistakes May Be Sabotaging Your Content Marketing

Content is the soul of your marketing campaign. Without a proper content strategy in place, it is difficult to generate leads and conversions. Around 64% of marketers believe that their content marketing is moderately or minimally effective. These statistics indicate that many marketers are yet to figure out what works and what doesn’t. Here we


Irina Weber

7 Practical Ideas to Revitalize Your Content and Improve Blog Performance

Improve Blog Performance

You’re blogging for business. Of course, you want more traffic, and all that comes with it… As we know, one of the surest ways to improve blog performance is by kicking your content game up a notch. In other words, you need to focus your energy on creating the best and most engaging content that’s


Shane Barker

22 Surprising Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) Case Studies

Conversion Rate Optimization Case Studies

Want to close more deals? Then you’ll need to work on Conversion Rate Optimization. In this article, Shane Barker presents 22 case studies that all of us can learn something from. It another article in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Conversion Rate Optimization Case Studies If you’re familiar with digital marketing, you


Reuben Yonatan

How NOT to work with Bad Clients – Infographic

How NOT to work with Bad Clients

The best advice I ever received? Know when to say NO. And that includes saying no to bad clients! It feels as though it is a risk-filled venture to dismiss any offer. After all, people lead to people. And you never want to be seen as someone with whom it is difficult to come to


Susan Gilbert

8 Low-Cost Publicity Tactics for Your Business

8 Low-Cost Publicity Tactics For Your Business

As social media becomes more of an advertising platform, businesses are struggling to find organic and cost-effective online tactics in order to build their brand. A common misconception is that you need to have a large budget to grow your business faster. The truth is, if you’re willing to put a little time and effort


Kevin Ocasio

How I Run Multiple Digital Businesses From Home

Everything I knew when I first ventured into online entrepreneurship was practically self-taught. From learning HTML to setting the design to selecting a domain name and everything else involved in creating a website, I slowly and painstakingly built my online career. It was a very low-key start for me if I remember correctly. I didn’t have


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