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‘30-Plus Search Marketing Tools’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “30-Plus Search Marketing Tools”. Pete Prestipino says, “Search engine optimization remains one of the main drivers of website traffic today. And, like many digital initiatives, success depends on know-how and available tools. In today’s Mastering Search newsletter, Website Magazine editors have compiled 30-plus search marketing tools, from Web-based offerings and resources to software and automation platforms. These search marketing tools contain features to help with keyword research, analytics, performance monitoring,... [...]

‘5 Email Marketing Variables You Can’t Control (But Can Outsmart)’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “5 Email Marketing Variables You Can’t Control (But Can Outsmart)”. Meghan Keaney Anderson says, “This month, Litmus, an email testing app, released an infographic featuring data from 3 billion email opens over the past year. The data was enlightening, though not surprising: Consumers today have many more options and far greater control over how and when they read emails. Yep, just like the rest of inbound marketing: Marketers aren’t the ones in control. That being said, there are ways we can adapt to these changes... [...]

‘The Fight to Save Net Neutrality: 1 Million Signatures and Counting’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “The Fight to Save Net Neutrality: 1 Million Signatures and Counting”. Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai says, “A group of 86 organizations, with the support of more than one million signatures from online petitions, asked the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday to stand up for net neutrality.The coalition, which includes Reddit, the American Civil Liberties Union, Fight for The Future and Free Press, is asking the FCC to reclassify broadband companies such as Internet ISPs and cable providers as “telecommunication services,”... [...]

BeautyClone: Sell Amazon products in the popular beauty niche #ad

CoolIce is announcing a new Amazon affiliate site design today. BeautyClone is a complete, automated, Amazon affiliate store ready to upload. Just like his earlier stores, this beauty store addresses a Billion Dollar market (over $426 billion per year) worldwide, many billions of beauty products are sold each year. With your automated store, you will make it easy for customers to browse through the top brands of beauty products and find just the ones that they long for. Your store will have such (fully automated) consumer-friendly features as: • A Best-selling Products finder • A search engine... [...]

‘45% of companies say content marketing is ‘highly integrated’ with their SEO strategy’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “45% of companies say content marketing is ‘highly integrated’ with their SEO strategy”. Christopher Ratcliff says, “Organisations are more likely to integrate content marketing with their SEO strategy than they are with any other digital marketing discipline.  Nearly half (45%) of all companies say this area is ‘highly integrated’ with their SEO efforts, compared to just 24% for paid search marketing and 16% for mobile marketing. These findings come from Econsultancy’s State of Search Marketing Report... [...]

‘ContentTECH’ Online Event, February 26

‘ContentTECH’, a one-day online event dedicated to content marketing technology, is going to be hosted on Wednesday, February 26, 10.00 AM – 5.00 PM EST. ContentTECH team says, “ContentTECH is a FREE one-day event dedicated to the technology that can fuel your content marketing. Mark your calendars now and join us on February 26, 2014 from 10 AM EST – 5 PM EST and get your content marketing technology fix without ever leaving your office! ContentTECH will feature: Opening keynote presentation by Jonah Berger, Associate Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School,... [...]

‘Personas: The Art and Science of Understanding the Person Behind the Visit’ – MOZ Blog

The latest MOZ blog post is titled “Personas: The Art and Science of Understanding the Person Behind the Visit”. iPullRank team says, “With the erosion of keyword intelligence and the move to strings-not-things for the user, Google is pushing all marketers to focus more on their target audience. This post will teach you how to understand that audience, the future of Google, and how to build data-driven personas step by step“. Personas: The Art and Science of Understanding the Person Behind the Visit MOZ Blog  [...]

Tink’s guide to writing popular fiction for Kindle #ad

Some of us would like to have fiction books earning us passive income (the Kindle platform has exploded the market for fiction), but we are hesitant, afraid that we don’t know enough to create a fiction book that would sell. Tink B.D. has a lot of experience in fiction writing and she has shown many less experienced writers how to be successful in this market. She is currently offering youTink’s guide to writing popular fiction, consisting of three recorded webinars to get you on the right track in your fiction career. 1. Tink’s Guide to Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy World... [...]

‘Facebook Paper Is Content — But Don’t Call Facebook a Media Company’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Facebook Paper Is Content — But Don’t Call Facebook a Media Company”. Lance Ulanoff says, “Is Facebook Paper short for Facebook NewsPaper?Thursday’s unveiling of a new standalone content curation app, Facebook Paper, comes after weeks of speculation and rumors about Facebook hiring editors (the humans in the mix) to help curate content for the hyper-visual mobile app. Now it’s real, though not here yet. Facebook Paper arrives in the AppStore on Feb. 3. That leaves us a few days to speculate on what Facebook is really up to... [...]

‘Before & After: 6 Beautiful Website Redesigns’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “Before & After: 6 Beautiful Website Redesigns”. Sana Bakshi says, “It’s already the end of January. I know — I can’t believe it either. Though you may’ve decided to give up on a New Year’s resolution or two, there’s one I think you oughta have your list: redesigning your website. With other projects in the pipeline in 2014, I can understand if a redesign wasn’t your top priority entering the year. But, when you take a look at these redesigned beauties below, you’ll want to find... [...]

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