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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Better squeeze pages for less cost #ad

There’s a feeling among many people that spending more gives you a better product. But that’s not always true The squeeze page (also called a lead page) is one thing that distinguishes a professional marketer from someone who just has something to sell. The squeeze page is the page where you collect a visitor’s contact […]

‘Report: Twitter Plans To Allow Tweets Longer Than 140 Characters’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Martin Beck says, “Twitter is working on a product that would allow users to tweet more than 140 characters at a time, according to a report in Recode today. Such a move would be a major departure from Twitter’s founding days, when its 140-character limit was a necessary nod to the 160-character maximum in SMS messages. […]

‘3 Steps to Aligning Sales Teams and Maximizing Results’ – ‘Entrepreneur’ Blog

Jay Larson says, “As companies grow, one of the most important questions they seek answers to is how to increase results and revenue. Never has it been truer that the key to a successful, growing business is an aligned sales team. Lack of congruence translates to diminished results and smaller profits. Fix the internal alignment problem first, […]

‘Developing an Effective and Engaging Content Marketing Plan’ – ‘’ Blog

The latest ‘’ blog post is titled “90% of Consumers Find Custom Content Useful: Ramp Up Your Content Marketing Strategy”.

Six Principles of Successful E-commerce

E-Commerce sales in the U.S. totaled $306 billion in 2014 and are projected to pass $494 billion by 2018. With numbers like this, it is safe to say that e-commerce is here to stay and is only becoming more powerful by the minute. You might already run your own e-commerce store or are about to […]

‘9 Huge Mistakes You Don’t Know You Are Making on Social Media’ – ‘Entrepreneur’ Blog

Kim Garst says, “Most business owners now use social media as a marketing, lead-generation and customer-service tool. In fact, in a recent industry survey, 92 percent of marketers contacted called social media important to their business. Yet, despite the widespread use of social media, many business owners are inadvertently damaging their brand through their efforts, rather than growing […]

‘5 tips for running your first influencer marketing campaign’ – ‘Mashable’

Holly Pavlika says, “The rise of social media has given consumers more power than ever before, arming them with a platform where they can engage brands in real time. This has created a shift in marketing. While traditional tactics involved pushing out brand content with little focus on creating conversations, new campaigns tap influencers to engage […]

‘3 Practical Content Conversion Tactics That Actually Work Today’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

Rainmaker team says, “Ever wondered if those content tips you read a few years back are still relevant today? Hit Publish host Amy Harrison has just returned from a conference of conversion experts who spilled the beans on what tactics are working right this minute. And she wants to share them with you … Last week, […]

‘Google Customer Match shows supremacy of first-party data’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

Patricio Robles says, “As rumored earlier this year, Google has announced Customer Match, a new ad targeting product that gives AdWords advertisers the ability to target their customers through Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail. Similar to Facebook Custom Audiences, Customer Match allows advertisers to upload a list of customer email addresses, which Google then matches against the logged in […]

‘Million Dollar Content – An Analysis of the Web’s Most Valuable Organic Content’ – MOZ Blog

Russ Jones says, “As much as we like to debate content vs. links, sometimes great content just seems to dominate. I don’t mean to say that great content doesn’t get great links, or that the purposes of creating great content is not to get links, but simply that some content on the web seems to shine […]