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Creating the Perfect Contact Page for Your Website

There many important parts to a perfect contact page on your website and many different things that you need to take into account as you are planning your contact page. If you do it correctly, it will yield positive results and it will achieve the results that you need it to achieve for your business.   A form to fill out: Many …

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Facebook Articles Integrates with WordPress

This new update allows you to add a cover photo that is relevant to what you are posting online. You can also caption, resize photos and format your text into headers, quotes or bullet points.   Take this new update, and be intelligent with what you post. As you can see here, I have used #Facebook’s notes to take a …

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A Simple Formula for Success in Online Content Marketing

Achieving success in online content #marketing is all about finding the balance between authenticity and relevance. The key is to use an authentic brand voice to create content that is relevant to those consumers of your products/services. It’s a delicate balance; a dance, if you will. Finding the equilibrium between writing authentically and producing content that is relevant to your …

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Get Back on Track: 3 Ways to Identify Your Sales Pipeline Point of Failure

Some days you’re focused on sharpening your product knowledge and other days you’re learning to listen better and uncover compelling events. Support teams want you to set better expectations, #marketing wants you drive people to a conference, and your boss needs you to forecast more accurately. With all of these moving parts, your productivity is constantly rising and falling, and …

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The Lost Art of the Email Follow-Up

Both retail and B2B businesses are necromancing the lost art of the email, using it as a follow-up tactic in their multichannel #marketing campaigns. Let’s explore 4 examples of this highly effective email tactic.   I’m a big fan of GIFs in pretty much any context, including email. I’m not alone in my preference for animated content: 1 in 2 …

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13 Ways to Combat Shopping Cart Abandonment

Admittedly, this scenario is… unlikely. However, this happens all the time in the world of ecommerce. Despite your best-laid plans, users visit your site, start shopping, then close the tab so they can watch the latest trailer for Season 6 of Game of Thrones, never to return.   Shopping cart abandonment is one of the most crucial problems for online …

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7 Tricks You Can Pull For Insanely Successful Tweets

Rise and shine! #Solarpower is growing rapidly in the US. https://t.co/6SW8rMkE5b #renewables pic.#twitter.com/0ACvMnRELR— Greenpeace (@Greenpeace) March 15, 2016   Refugees arrive without backpacks, so these women found a way to make them — from boats. https://t.co/jSaxE2Xx4X pic.twitter.com/Ko78ZNmqdc— Upworthy (@Upworthy) March 9, 2016   When people ask me what is more difficult, writing a blog post or writing a tweet, I …

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2016 Small Business Social Media Use: 5 Trends – Heidi Cohen

Concurrently, larger companies have integrated #social media into their #marketing plans. For them the cost of professionally supported social media activity and related #advertising remains low compared to the alternatives.   Here are 5 key trends for 2016 small business social media use. They’re based on UMass Dartmouth’s 2015 Inc. 500 research findings. (BTW, here’s #small businesses social media use in …

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6 Ways To Spring Clean Your Content

Apply that same spring cleaning principle to your content! Set some time aside this month to take a look at your current content strategy and consider how you might improve it moving into the spring and summer months.   1. Conduct a content audit.A content audit sounds like a scary undertaking and while the process can be a bit long …

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6 Online Tools to Help You Create Better Quality Content

Those who write for the web cannot shut themselves from the outside world and devote their time in writing. That’s because the purpose of writing is to promote brands. They frame their content in accordance with brand promotion strategies.   Even a few days back, Grammarly had two versions: one free with limited features and another paid. But now the …

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