Top 10 Social Media Marketing Blogs

Cynthia Lopez
by Cynthia Lopez | Last Updated Apr. 10th, 2018

Social Media and Phone

With the ever-growing popularity of social media, the need to understand social media marketing has become integral for businesses. Even if social media isn’t your cup of tea, you can be certain that a significant proportion of your customers are using at least one form of it (probably on

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Five Straightforward Questions You Must Ask Every DAM Vendor

Angela Stringfellow
by Angela Stringfellow | Last Updated Jan. 8th, 2018

Questions to Ask a DAM VendorAt first sight, many DAM vendors can appear pretty seductive. When you invest in software, you can take advantage of free trials, make comprehensive migration plans, and still not really know how well a solution will pan out in daily practice. All vendors, naturally, will put their

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Four Principles of Psychology You Can Use to Improve Your Writing

Ken Lyons
by Ken Lyons | Last Updated Oct. 12th, 2017

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The following post comes to us from Victoria Greene, a writer and branding consultant who blogs at Victoria Ecommerce. Here she offers advice to writers and brands looking to make an impact with better writing.

The human psyche is a mysterious place. Psychologists over the years have tried their best

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Glossary Pages: The Missing Ingredient in Your Content Marketing Mix

Ken Lyons
by Ken Lyons | Last Updated Mar. 27th, 2017

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The Beginner’s Guide to Expert Roundup Posts & Group Interviews

Tom Demers
by Tom Demers | Last Updated Mar. 27th, 2017

The Begginer's Guide to Expert Roundups & Group Interviews

 

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How Getting 7 SEO Visits Can Bring You 40,000: Driving SEO Traffic with Best of Lists

Tom Demers
by Tom Demers | Last Updated Mar. 27th, 2017

How getting 7 SEO visits can bring you 40,000

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Social Media Promotion Etiquette: How to Spread Your Content Without Annoying Friends

Tadeusz Szewczyk
by Tadeusz Szewczyk | Last Updated May. 6th, 2015

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With modern social media you can’t not promote yourself. You have to actively shout out loud or people will overlook you.

Relying on other people to find and spread your great content doesn’t work anymore if it ever did.

There are some things you still can’t do without losing friends. How to keep

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Without Links Content Stinks

Tadeusz Szewczyk
by Tadeusz Szewczyk | Last Updated May. 6th, 2015

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Content promotion techniques that solely rely on social media are not enough to succeed on the Web in the long run.

After a few days only links and search engines will send visitors your way.

How to adapt common content sharing and promotion tactics to a sustainable search strategy.

 

Content is like a pond

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7 Content Marketing Tips for Pinterest

Pawel Grabowski
by Pawel Grabowski | Last Updated May. 6th, 2015

It’s hard not to agree that there is more to Pinterest than just pretty pictures.

Although at the start it might seem otherwise.

Launched in 2010 this social networking site indeed took the world by storm. But it also took content marketers a while to fully realize its potential.

Today, the site is probably 2nd or 3rd largest social networking site on the

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What the Growing Wired Empire Can Teach You About Identifying Niches

Tadeusz Szewczyk
by Tadeusz Szewczyk | Last Updated May. 6th, 2015

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Recently I have been enjoying the new issue of Wired Germany very much. Wired is now almost a monthly publication here in Germany (10 issues a year) after a start as a quarterly a while back.

Intriguingly the German market for tech oriented “lifestyle” publications didn’t seem that lucrative

before for the locals.

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