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4 Powerful (Yet Subtle) Tactics to Target Content to the Right People

But it’s not about blogging for high volume keywords or #advertising to broad markets. Content that converts guides an audience through a journey with your product as its final destination.   As a content marketer, you need to transform your strategy into a systematic approach and use your words to create conversion powerhouses. I’m not talking about how your brand …

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Stop Ruining Your Morning With These 6 Unproductive Habits – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

Want to leave work on time? Need an alternative to rushing to the office with a bagel on hand? Get rid of these bad morning habits today and see how much better your day can get.   Sleeping a couple of extra minutes after you’re already awake is not only going to make you late for work – it will …

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Personalize Your Brand with Visual Marketing

As soon as I started using #AdobePost, I knew I was addicted. This new tool allows you to create beautiful visuals for #social media in a matter of seconds… literally. Check out the below video. If visual #marketing is important to your business, this is a definite must have tool which you can install on your smartphone completely free of …

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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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Setting Goals: A Blessing Or A Threat To Your Productivity? – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

Let’s start with a short revision of the goal setting mechanism. Its core idea is to focus on the end effect of the task we are going to take on. The result you want to achieve should be clear, accompanied by a precise action plan that can be put in a workable time-frame, leading you to achieving said goal.   …

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3 Metrics Sales VPs Need To Boost Productivity

As #entrepreneur and partner at Kapor Capital Mitch Kapor puts it, it’s time for the Watney Rule, after Mark Watney from The Martian, to go into effect: “Survival depends on achieving self-sufficiency.” In other words, survive with what you have.   For #sales leaders this means optimization—making their team more efficient, getting more revenue out of each process, each rep, …

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An Algorithm Based Timeline is Coming to Instagram

This means that photos and videos shared to #Instagram will no longer appear in chronological order and will instead appear based on the likelihood you’ll be interested in the content and your relationship with the person posting.   The change could mean that if your best friend posted an image while you were away from your phone for a number …

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4 Content Marketing Lessons from Video Games

Video games aren’t just for kids, though. I still enjoy shooting zombies in Left 4 Dead 2 and collecting fossils in Animal Crossing. But they also go beyond entertainment. Now that video games have evolved, there’s so much to learn from them. We can use a lot of the gameplay and storytelling techniques that make video games so popular in …

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7 Social Media Experiments That Grew Our Traffic by 241%

The bad news? Saying “get more traffic” is easier said than done. You could write guest posts (Leo wrote 150 articles in 9 months when Buffer first launched), optimize for SEO traffic, or drive visitors through #social media. The options are endless. This article focuses on the latter, though.   In this post, I’ll share the seven most powerful lessons …

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8 simple tweaks to make your OK product shine online

So, how can you meet your goal of selling this mediocre product? How can you present it in the best possible light and distinguish it from other options?   Thank goodness for the internet; you can make even products that are lukewarm seem red-hot if you market them well. The better it looks and feels when viewed online, the better …

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