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Monthly Archives: August 2014

‘7 Sins of Social Media Marketing’ – ‘Mashable’

Mike Volpe says, “Remember when social media was a new, unchartered territory for brands? Consumers flocked to platforms like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn overnight and marketers knew that, in order to stay relevant, they had to follow suit. Fast forward to today: 97% of marketers use social media to connect with buyers. The problem is, most still haven’t figured out how to leverage […]

‘Are You Committing Content and Social Media Sabotage?’ – VerticalResponse Blog

The latest VerticalResponse blog post is titled “4 Tips to Keep Your Search Strategies Up-to-Date”.

‘Official: Google Ends Authorship For Search Results’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Barry Schwartz says, “Google has officially dropped authorship bylines from within the search results. In addition, Google will stop tracking content written by authors as tied by the author’s authorship profile. John Mueller of Google said on Google+: I’ve been involved since we first started testing authorship markup and displaying it in search results. We’ve gotten lots of […]

Tsunami Sites Weekend Sale: SIphon visitors from Facebook #ad

Veteran marketer Shawn Casey (he’s been in this business over 10 years) has been involved in all kinds of online marketing, from software development to webinars to “you name it”. Now, he has something new and potentially game-changing. Casey has just announced Tsunami Sites, and through the weekend, it’s on a grand opening sale. Early […]

‘3 Tips for Navigating the Website Development Bidding Process’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

Roy Chomko says, “When a business approaches a development firm looking for a new website or mobile application, the first thing they typically want to know is the end cost. But, providing a fixed price is more challenging than one might think. Even with similar technology and end-goals, no two projects are exactly alike. There are always unforeseen […]

‘5 Ecommerce Metrics Every Data-Driven Marketer Should Know’ – Silverpop Blog

Adam Steinberg says, “While most marketers today are measuring actions such as clicks, opens and shares, it’s also critical to understand the key metrics related to revenue and profitability. Without incorporating these metrics, it’s impossible to understand if your clicks and opens are creating profitable, long-term customers. Understanding these metrics will give you deeper insights into […]

‘8 Ways To Increase Conversions From Mobile Searchers’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Bryson Meunier says, “A recent study from Kenshoo on Enhanced Campaigns might explain why paid and organic search marketers still aren’t spending the resources they need to on mobile SEO and paid search, in spite of this being the year that mobile search eclipses desktop search in Google and Bing. According to the study, it’s not performing the way marketers need […]

Dr. Pareek makes you a local marketing consultant #ad

Dr. Amit Pareek builds products for other marketers to use in their own business as aids and tools (and, what’s more, he always allows you to sell his tools, too.) He calls what he offers a “Business in a Box”. His latest business in a box helps you build a business selling to local merchants: […]

‘Three Ways to Have Fun With Your Marketing’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

Melanie Davis says, “When I’m talking to other marketing people about my job, one of the things I hear over and over again is, “You’re so lucky! You get to have fun with your marketing. “I wish we could have fun in our jobs.” That’s because I work at a company with an irreverent brand, where […]

’11 Overused Terms in Modern Marketing That Need to be Retired’ – HubSpot

Patrick DePuy says, “Some are blatantly self-inflating, some are too vague for their own good, and others just sound downright disgusting. We’re all familiar with those wrung out, miserably overused industry terms that have been leeched of their original potency. They’re the ones repeatedly (and often inaccurately) applied to such a broad variety of subjects and […]