[Blog] The Ultimate Business Blogging Guide
    The easiest way for you to get this info to people is through your blog, trust me on this. You see a comment in a FB group, online somewhere, or a client or prospect client asks you something, and you think – YES I totally have a blog that will answer that question! know what you’re thinking, “I should have paid attention to Alicia, she had a really good idea about keeping blogs together.”. YES, I did and so many other resources for keeping your blogs organised, relevant and useful that I thought this week I’d round em all up for you. TWICE. Picture this.
    [Blog] Why Social Media Is a Must
    You have a blog and write to it regularly. Social media marketing is a necessity in today’s online marketing world. It’s not optional any more. The only question to answer now is, which social media sites are most appropriate for your brand? Why Social Media Is Necessary. Social media has become a marketing channel of its own. Your competition is there, your customers are there, and your suppliers and business partners are there. You should be there too. But you don’t want to be there just because everyone else is there. You want to attract mobile traffic of any kind.
    [Blog] 5 Ways to Build a Brand
    This is where a pro website, blog, guest blogging and other tactics come into play. 4. Create a professional website: Even if you’re “just” a student, there’s no reason you can’t have a professional website with a blog, your resume, recent projects and other details included. Building a brand, and maintaining it, starts the moment you go online. There are business brands and professional brands, and these two realms often overlap. Your reputation and brand are really all you have—it’s your first impression, so make it count. It’s something we can all do on a daily basis.
    [Blog] Blog Promotion Strategies: How to Think Outside the Square
    Ready to shake up your blog and your routine during these 31 days? We’ve already covered nailing your elevator pitch and how to create a super-shareable list post , and today it’s all about getting yourself off your blog to promote it and find some readers. That is really not the case with blogging. You need to put your blog where people will read it. In today’s podcast we discuss doing just that – how, where, and why to promote your blog with the maximum chances of it being seen. You have to get off your blog to get your blog read!
    [Blog] Is Your Digital Footprint is Hurting You?
    Incompletes – When you start filling out a profile but forget to finish it or start a blog and update it a few times then forget it, I call your digital footprint incomplete. Update your blog 3 times a week if you’re going to keep it or delete it entirely. blog that doesn’t get updated is way way worse than not having a blog to being with. Fix any broken links on your website ESPECIALLY if they lead to your blog or bio or anything a potential employer or client will want to check out. Hey there Socialnomics’ers. Get Rid Of Red Flags.
    [Blog] Snapchat’s big change: Just tap instead of holding down
    In a  blog post  Wednesday, the company acknowledged the change will take “a little getting used to for anyone who has been Snapchatting for a while. Finally, Wednesday’s blog post notes the addition of two-factor authentication, which was added in a previous update. Mashable -  Snapchat  just changed everything you thought you knew about its app. Snapchat made major changes to its user interface in an update Wednesday: you no longer need to hold down to view a Snap or Story. Instead, the company is introducing a new “tap to view feature.”
    [Blog] Go Green on Social Media
    Tweet and post about what you are doing – If you write a green blog, promote it on social media. Social media is fun. It’s the way media is going and pretty much everyone and every business has some sort of social media. It provides a sharing outlet, a way to connect and stay in touch. It also provides a great learning medium that we often overlook. No matter the topic, you can reach out on social media and garner great information. Learning More. Twitter is a great forum for this, as well as some of the lesser knows, like Prezi. Getting Involved.
    [Blog] Nice Guys Finish Last, But Not Guest Bloggers.
    How many of you hear over and over again “Do you have a blog” about your company? Before I go any further, because this can get deep, do you know what blogging is? I don’t want to leave you in the dark with this subject. Blogging is an interactive form of publishing your content on the web. Assuming you have vast knowledge about blogging and you’re responsible for writing your company’s blog. Managing a blog is a great responsibility for any person. First of all, what is guest blogging? Getting asked to guest blog is a wonderful privilege.
    [Blog] How to Write a Social Media Press Release #socialmedia
    Who Needs a Social Media Website, Corporate Blog or Social Media Press Room? Creating Your Social Media Website And Blog with WordPress Course. Shares The days of emailing out a PDF to a small group of journalists and hoping they will open the attachment on their blackberry – lol – and act on it are over. Writing a social media press release for customers, vendors, clients, stakeholders to pick up and deliver the news into their Facebook and Twitter and Google Plus networks is a totally different beast. Let’s tame it.
    [Blog] ProBlogger Podcast Challenge: Write an Amazing List Post
    Note : If you missed it, day one was about crafting the perfect elevator pitch for your blog. You can make a list post for just about every niche of blogging there is! Click here to listen to day two of the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog series on the ProBlogger Podcast. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. 31 Days to Building a Better Blog GeneralDay two of our 31 day challenge begins with a simple post idea that you can create easily, and is popular with readers – a double bonus for bloggers! Further Reading: 10 Steps to the Perfect List Post.
    [Blog] Why the numbers need to be balanced with customer needs
    Blog business customer serviceCourtesy of Pixabay. In businesses there is sometimes a tendency to focus on the numbers and use them as the only metric by which success is measured. This is a myopic perspective to take, because while numbers never lie, sometimes they also omit key information. Numbers can tell you a lot about your business, but there’s also something to be said for seeing your business from the consumer’s perspective. By visiting those stories the CEO is able to accomplish two things. He can only learn this information by making this observation.
    [Blog] Why Video Marketing is Essential for Your Business
    The transcription can be turned into a blog to showcase your video and  rank for specific keywords in there. Whether you’re writing blog or greeting your eCommerce customers, you can create a video for it. As technology continues to improve, your business’ marketing strategies need to grow and change as well. This is essential to the growth of your business or the method of marketing may be completely ineffective. Today, video marketing is growing in popularity. Learning “How To”. Google recently shared that the term “how to” on YouTube is growing 70% year over year.
    [Blog] Six Things to Do Before You Build Your New Website
    P.S. There will be no blog posts on Friday. I’m sorry you’ll miss Gin and Topics. I’ll miss putting it together for you. By Emily Miller. website can be a big project—one that takes marketers, developers, stakeholders, and often an agency to do well. But, before you start to build, there are a few things you can do that will make the process go much more smoothly. Plan For Your Website Launch. great website is the result of smart planning. Before you begin any development work, complete these six steps. Build a Solid Team. Determine the Project Roadmap. Ready, Set, Go!
    [Blog] How Blogging Has Changed Branding
    That includes blogging. In fact, blogging and branding are inextricably linked if you do it right. For businesses, however, blogging has changed branding in a few very powerful ways. Content Packaging – One very real way blogging has changed branding is it allows companies, large or small, a place to publish their best content in an easy, accessible format. On the other hand, a blog is a new way to create and publish content that is versatile and customizable to your brand’s needs. Let’s count them. Branding is now a two-way street.
    [Blog] How to Turn Content Into Customers {Podcast}
    Content Marketing blog blogging Social MediaReaders, social shares, authority, positioning is all good but your content needs to generate revenue. In this episode, Laura and I discuss how to turn your content into customers.
    [Blog] Like, Share,Tweet – Is that All You Can Do on Social Media?
    She represents Godot Media, a leading content marketing firm that also offers blog writing services. Guest Post by Jessica Davis. According to a non-exhaustive list on Wikipedia , there are more than 200 social media sites across the globe. Although you may have thought otherwise, social media is not limited to Facebook or Twitter. But with 1.44 billion monthly active users on Facebook , and 302 million active monthly users on Twitter , why would you want to be anywhere else? How can you diversify your social media channels? good content sharing rule to go by is TA McCann’s 5-3-2 rule.
    [Blog] [LIVE] Our Six-Figure/m Marketing Blueprint (Last Webinar for 2015)
    What I forgot to remember is that there are around 6,000 people subscribed to ViperChill via feedburner email updates, which link to our RSS feed, and as I haven’t written a single blog post about our video series or webinar training, you’ve may have missed out on this free training. Over the last few days I’ve been running a webinar which covers what I truly believe to be the best way to create a highly-profitable online business that you can be proud to own. Today is our third and final webinar that will teach this content for 2015. You don’t want to miss this.
    [Blog] Produce, Promote, and Host a Webinar to Generate Qualified Leads
    Here is a nice blog post —and image—that will help. The blog post we write about the webinar here is second most effective. P.S. There will be no blog posts on Friday. I’m sorry you’ll miss Gin and Topics. I’ll miss putting it together for you. By Gini Dietrich. couple of weeks ago, I did a webinar for Content Marketing Institute and ON24 on  How to Host a Successful Webinar Every Time. It was a take-off of  Host a Successful Webinar with These 16 Steps   that I’ve written about both here and in Spin Sucks , the book. mean, a ton. What about B2C ?
    [Blog] 31DBBB Day One: What Makes a Great Elevator Pitch?
    Welcome to day one of building a better blog! The ProBlogger podcast is off and running with a new episode every day this month with a theme designed to help boost your blogging skills and todays podcast episode is now live for you to listen to. The original 31 Days to Build a Better Blog helped so many people both when it was released, and across the years since then, and it’s exciting to be able to change it up with updated information, new challenges and a supporting podcast. Day one is all about encapsulating the purpose and spirit of your blog.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2015
    [Blog] Fear of Feedback Needs a New Perspective
    You can publish a blog post and breathe easy, safe in the knowledge that you won’t have to ever see a negative opinion about it. Big names in an industry may not have to cultivate that community on their blogs, but those of us who aren’t as well known will be better off putting in the effort. Part of setting an example of the type of community you want to cultivate is to emulate it when you go to other blogs. Your community probably follows some of the same blogs you do, and they’ll see how your interactions go with others. By Karen Wilson. Colors start to show.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2015
    [Blog] Why the Real Driver of Traffic is Content That Matters to YOU
    Run a Google search for “how to grow my blog” or “how to get. The post Why the Real Driver of Traffic is Content That Matters to YOU appeared first on Danny Brown - all rights reserved
    [Blog] The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die
    This post originally appeared on ArCompany Blog. I spoke to someone the other day, who, like me, was trying to sell nascent technology/solutions to businesses who were less inclined to buy, let alone understand these new products and services. This gentleman described a conversation he had with a current client who was frustrated with the way things are today: I remember when I could spend $60K on Yellow Pages alone and make $1MM in revenue. Today, there are so many options, I can’t keep up. I am lucky if that same $60K will yield even 10% of that revenue. Technology and social media.
    [Blog] 7 More Ideas to Boost Facebook Newsfeed Visibility
    If you talk to your audience as though they’re a single person, your conversational-yet-authoritative voice will shine through, and you’ll be able to engage people. 3.    Share Articles From Sources Other Than Your Blog. There’s nothing wrong with updates about your latest blog posts. Out of blog post ideas? Socialnomics authors have written several times before about the best ways to engage Facebook users. According to QuickSprout , Thursday and Friday are the best days to post on Facebook. Repurpose your old posts into new forms of content.
    [Blog] Google Confirms Quality Update
    Useful and informative: If you’re launching a site for a restaurant, you can include the location, hours of operation, contact information, menu and a blog to share upcoming events. Google has acknowledged and confirmed that the “Phantom Update” many publishers suspected had occurred in May is real.  The update is about how Google assesses content quality and there were changes to its core ranking algorithm in terms of how it processes quality signals. So alhtough it is not strictly a Panda update – it is related to quality of content. Quality Content Checklist.
    [Blog] Is Content Curation Profitable?
    With content marketing, you’d take several content pieces from one well-known marketer and put them together in a package–either on your blog, in your newsletter, or your Facebook page, for instance. Multiple-artist Single-theme: Another way to curate content on your blog, your newsletter, or wherever is to pick a theme and look for content that matches that theme. If you’ve been markting online for a while, then you likely know a little bit about content creation. But what about content curation? Is there any value in curating the content of others?
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2015
    [Blog] The ProBlogger Podcast Is Live and We’re Kicking Off with a Challenge!
    Today I have great pleasure in introducing you to the brand new ProBlogger Podcast and the next incarnation of 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. Little did I know how much of a job I had in front of me because rather than start off with a steady weekly show I decided that my first month of podcasting would be a daily show based upon the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Workbook ! Today Episode 0 of the podcast went live on iTunes and day 1 of the 31 Days to Build a Better blog series will kick off on Wednesday (1 July)! 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. Episode 0 is Live.
  • SOCIALFISH  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2015
    [Blog] How You Can Use Promotional Products to Boost Your Social Media Campaign
    She also enjoys writing and blogging and is currently in the process of writing a memoir about her experience as a recent cochlear implant recipient. It’s no mystery why more and more businesses are turning to social media to help bolster their marketing campaigns. The right efforts on social media can lead to major increases in web traffic, brand recognition and communication with target audiences. That component is promotional products. On the other hand, when they are made to work together, they can achieve all of these things twofold. Encourages Sharing and Increase Followers.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2015
    [Blog] The Pop-up: A Marketing Tactic we Love to Hate
    Ok, that might be an exaggeration (but a killer sub-head, right?). I’m about to tell you a true story of pop-up victimhood, and why I now get emails every morning into my inbox that look like this: One day I clicked over to an article on Playboy while doing research for another blog post (I really was there for the articles) and this pop-up flashed up on the screen: It was clever, funny, and exactly what I was thinking at the time, “I’m on Playboy, reading the articles.” In most cases you’ll want to put it on your blog or another content heavy area.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015
    [Blog] 70+ Blog Post Title Templates [Infographic]
    What should you title your next blog post? These are a few questions most bloggers and marketers face when deciding what to title a blog post. These blog post title templates are designed to drive higher clicks on your content and follow some proven formulas that work online. Take a look at TwelveSkip for an even more comprehensive list of great blog post title templates, and check out HubSpot for the original infographic! The post 70+ Blog Post Title Templates [Infographic] appeared first on t2 Marketing International. What will attract readers?
  • PAMORAMA  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015
    [Blog] A Comprehensive Guide to Your Social Media Image Sizes
    Comprehensive Guide to Your Social Media Image Sizes is a post by Pam Dyer on Pamorama | Social Media Marketing Blog. Make an impact with your social media images! Harnessing the power of images makes your social media marketing more powerful and memorable. You’re You’re probably already using the visual elements of your brand on your social media channels. If you want them to have an impact, they need to be the correct size for each platform so they maintain their clarity and proportions — otherwise you risk appearing unprofessional. Facebook profile photo size.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015
    [Blog] Marketing Cartoons With Tom Fishburne
    blogging. advertisingpodcast audio blog blogging brand businessbook businesspodcast davidusher digitalmarketing facebook innovationpodcast jwalterthompson jwt managementpodcast marketingpodcast marketoon marketoonist method mirum mirumagency mirumpodcast tomfishburne twitter wppEpisode #468 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. We live in a world with so much content and creativity, that it's hard to remember what's most interesting. Every week, he publishes a new Marketoon (as he calls them). Enjoy the conversation.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015
    [Blog] Your Brand Is A Learning Space
    Laugh at that line as much as you want, but when I published my first business book, Six Pixels of Separation , back in 2009, I wrote about this newly-formed idea that "content is media" (a concept that I was blogging and speaking about long before the first book was even published). blogging. How much more content does the world really need? Sure, the world had advertorial content back then, but it was nothing like the media landscape of today. We're seeing it everywhere. Still, most of the media being created looks, feels and acts like an ad. . There's an opportunity here.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015
    [Blog] Algorhythm. My Next Book
    will continue to blog, podcast, contribute to other publications and media entities, public speak and, of course, nurture these ideas in the work that our agency, Mirum , will continue to deliver for clients. I am really excited about digging into the writing of my third book, and I'm especially interested to document and demonstrate what Algorhythm means as the pulse, beat and rhythm of business continues to evolve. Algorhythm - The Pulse of Creativity, Data And The Future of Brands. There is this ongoing debate: is the future of brands about data or is it about creativity? Algorhythm.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015
    [Blog] The Biggest Competitive Advantage I Have
    Lately, I’ve been thinking about this blog, about you, about my business, about what I stand for. I’m sprawled out on my bed writing to you. My son is reading a copy of Retro Gamer and my daughter is playing Splatoon (it’s a Wii game that your kid probably wants). That kind of stuff. The Biggest Competitive Advantage I Have is Openness and Honesty. But that sounds like I’m trying to be virtuous. I’m not. just think it’s easier/better/faster to just tell you what I think and feel, instead of worrying. belong
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015
    [Blog] How to Get Twitter Followers using Basic Psychology
    You all know from reading this blog that I spend quite a bit of time writing about social media, thinking about social media, and arguing with the @Devumi Gorilla about what the Devumi Twitter account should do next. What you may not know is that, a lifetime ago, I studied psychology and sociology in college. […]. The post How to Get Twitter Followers using Basic Psychology appeared first on Devumi. Twitter content marketing online marketing social media marketing twitter followers twitter marketing twitter marketing strategy
    [Blog] #measurePR Recap (June 2015): Measuring Content
    We welcomed four stellar guests including the  Washington Business Journal ‘s  Jennifer Nycz-Conner , digital marketing brand strategist for V3B Shelly Kramer , founder of Red Shift Writers (and regular contributor to this blog!)  Dan Cohen , and the inimitable  Fay Shapiro of commPRO.biz. In line with our June theme (content! content! content!), the June #measurePR chat followed suit. With four great guests on hand, we began to chat about measuring content. As publisher@commPRO the mission=empower our community thru content. measurepr. A1 I’m a marketer. measurepr. My photo.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Amanda Gant
    Stalk her on Facebook , Twitter , Google+ , LinkedIn , Slideshare , and on the Orbit blog. By Gini Dietrich. love Amanda Gant. For those of you who don’t know her, put this on your bucket list: Find a way to get to Chicago to meet Amanda Gant (and see Gini, of course). She is ridiculously smart and witty, which makes her hilarious and one of my favorite people on earth. So here she is…sitting on the Spin Sucks Inquisition hot seat. What is the Biggest Mistake You’ve Made in Your Career? If you’ve lost interest in what you’re doing or why you’re doing it, it’s time to go.
    [Blog] 10 PBEVENT Speakers Tell How They Stay Motivated
    Blogs at Woogsworld. Mrs Woog will be on the panel for:  How to monetise a personal blog  with  Heather Armstrong. Kelly will be presenting the session: Blogging voice and the art of creating meaningful connections through writing. Honestly, I don’t have to try very hard to stay motivated—I LOVE what I do! I can’t think of a job that I would enjoy more, or that would allow me to combine all the things I love. I get bored easily, but the blogging world is always changing. Dan will be presenting the session:  How to use your blog to supercharge your small busin ess.
    [Blog] Answer These 25 Questions Before Publishing Your Next Post
    Two million blog posts will be published today. Each post is a salesperson tasked with getting new readers to your blog. Look at the headline and first paragraph of your blog post, does it promise to solve your reader’s problem? People buy with their emotions and justify with logic.” I believe that every blog post should sell 1) A Product […]. How will your post stand out? It’s worth taking 10 minutes to insure that your post has the best chances of getting noticed. We also have a checklist that you can download for easy reference below.
    [Blog] I do this every week with my team, and MAN… it feels good!
    Draft blog posts or new tools, for example). It’s a defining moment in your entrepreneurial life when you expand from just you and the cat to your first “team”. Most of us had a j.o.b. before we started on this different, sometimes unpredictable, brilliant path and the differences can feel HUGE. When you go solo you really are a one (wo)man band. No IT department, sales team, development, admin or finance. No co-workers to hand anything over to, ask a second opinion or dream up ideas with. That’s one of the many benefits of working with a mastermind group or wicked business coach.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015
    [Blog] Media Relations Can Be Measured Against Real Dollars
    Our goals with each story placed are to get people to subscribe to the blog, apply for a job, or contact the sales team. In this case, the lead magnet is “contact us,” but there are a variety of things you can provide behind anchor text: A particular piece of content, such as a blog post, white paper, eBook, podcast, or video. newsletter or blog subscription. The rest of the plan is outlined and you can see that we’ve added that template, as a link, to four different blog posts. By Gini Dietric h. Here is a breakdown of each. The Lead Magnets.
    [Blog] Tips To Get You Started On TSU [For Personal Use, Business Use, Brand Use] - Social Media
    Social Media TSU AM HERE: https://www.tsu.co/ PervaraKapadia This is your invite #ShortCode to #TSU https://www.tsu.co/ PervaraKapadia #Share ​​ I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Pr ​​ ofessional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World ​​ HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: ​1. Tsu is a great Opportunity. When I say 'Opportunity' it means ' a set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something' - Repeating this: ' set of circumstances'.
    [Blog] @Tom_Peters leading the 21st century employee and organization through EXCELLENCE
    Tom Peters is a true social business leader in the 21st Century in every sense of the word.  On June 23, 2015, Tom posted on Tom Peter’s Blog an announcement of a digital award he received for his outstanding leadership for social employee advocacy leaders.  While Tom may be honored that he received the award, I’m more humbled that he announced this award on his blog.  Perhaps, I’ll always be enchanted by Tom’s red bull management style, softened by his understanding of employees and COMMUNITY. Social leadership isn’t about achieving personal glory.
    [Blog] Social Media: How Major Industries Take Advantage of the Emerging Content Platform
    Hyperbole aside, these companies rely on tech enthusiasts – typically early adaptors of new gadgetry – and watch the word spread (hopefully positively) like wildfire over blogs, Facebook feeds, and the Twitter universe at large. Look at the numbers, and you quickly see that social media is on the up and up. Consider that, according to new data from BI Intelligence, the amount spent on social-media ads in the US have topped $8.5 billion in the year 2014, up $2.4 billion from the previous year. Image via pixabay.com. billion market. Hollywood. But that is just one example. Gaming. Retail.
    [Blog] ACC: Our Stakeholders Are Beginning To Lose Faith In The Legal Profession [#LMAP3 Recap #2]
    Stay tuned for additional blog posts about the conference, which will be published right here on The Myrland Marketing Minute Blog. Yesterday, I recapped Akin Gump’s Toby Brown’s remarks from the recent #LMAP3 conference I attended in Chicago. Toby and  Amar Sarwal, Vice President and Chief Legal Strategist for the ACC  (the Association of Corporate Counsel), shared opening keynote duties. He said his nearly 40,000 corporate counsel members are also anxious to work with law firms, to share in the innovation, and to speak the same language. Where Were The Lawyers?
    [Blog] Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately
    I’ve seen so much good content lately on the subject of blogging – I always love a downloadable schedule that someone else has taken the time to create, and sneaking a peek into how others make money is such an eye-opener! I’ve curated a couple of links you might find helpful as we try to kick ass on the internet this week. Ways to Grow Your Blog Audience // Social Media Examiner. Practical tips on the subjects of blog promotion, consistent scheduling, offering subscription points, expanding your content, and finding content through readers. Blog News
    [Blog] To Taylor Swift, Love Spin Sucks
    She: Wrote an immaculately phrased blog post on a site she doesn’t even own (Tumblr) about the issue with Apple and stuck up for the industry and all the work artists doe every day. By Gini Dietrich. fell in love a little bit with Dwayne Johnson when I saw him perform “Tay-Tay” on Lip Sync Battle (and then again when he won the world record for number of selfies ). You can’t help but bounce a little in your seat when  Shake It Off comes on the air. remember being in Boston and Chel Wolverton kept playing it on her iPhone, just to see me sing and dance along.
    [Blog] Lawyers Have A Hard Time Dealing With Change [#LMAP3 Recap #1]
    According to the P3 conference blog : Attendees came from four continents and seven countries. I just attended the LMA, or Legal Marketing Association’s, 3 rd annual P3 Conference in Chicago. It was sponsored by the LMA Client Value SIG, or Shared Interest Group. This year’s co-chairs were Keith Maziarek , Sr. Manager, Strategic Pricing for DLA Piper, & Purvi Sanghvi , Director of Strategic Planning with Paul Hastings. Along the way, some changes were made, and recognition that those who sold services (that’s you), needed a slightly expanded set of Ps occurred. Change is Happening.
  • FIREBELLY  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
    [Blog] 8 Favorite Memories From My 8 Years At Firebelly
    To celebrate, I thought I’d do something a little different with my blog post this week—a retrospective on eight of my favorite memories from the past eight years. LinkedIn recently reminded me that it’s my eight year work anniversary with Firebelly. It was hard to pick just eight, but here they are in no particular order: #1 WINNING “MOST INFLUENTIAL UP & COMER” I was not expecting my name to be called when they announced the winner of the “Most Influential Up & Comer” award at the inaugural Social Media Summit. How could I not love that?
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
    [Blog] Why You Should Stop Worrying About Differentiation
    So many blog posts with so ways to differentiate and yet, there is so little meaningful differentiation out there. For example, one way Compass(x) Strategy could differentiate itself would be to inject unicorn references in everything we did: Our blog, client proposals, social media, all of it. By Nancy Goldstein. Three Models for Digital Brand Differentiation! Five Ways to Stand Out and Differentiate Your Brand from Competitors! Fifty Ways to Differentiate Your Brand! We get calls about it frequently. Business leaders call us because they need help differentiating their brand.
    [Blog] DIY Awesome Infographics in 5 Easy Steps, and Other Mythical Creatures
    Blog DIY infographics how to diy an infographic how to make an infographic infographic design making your own infographic problems with DIY infographicsMaking infographics is really easy. There’s really no reason to shell out for a top-notch infographic design agency when there are so many tools you can use to create them yourself. Sure, you don’t even really know what an infographic is, but your just a few clicks away from a Google degree.  Go for it! Step 1: Open MS Paint. Why pay a designer when you can make charts and graphs yourself using MS Paint? Time is money! Next time.
    [Blog] 10 PBEVENT Speakers Reveal their #1 Life Hack
    Blogs at Woogsworld. Mrs Woog will be on the panel for:  How to monetise a personal blog  with  Heather Armstrong. Kelly will be presenting the session: Blogging voice and the art of creating meaningful connections through writing. Pamela will be presenting the session:  Design 101: How to Use Design Basics to Polish Up Your Blog, and  How to Create a Content Event That Builds Your Email List. Dan will be presenting the session:  How to use your blog to supercharge your small busin ess. CAROLINE MAKEPEACE: Co-founder of y travel blog. Delegating.
  • KIKOLANI  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
    [Blog] 10 Facebook Hacks to Make Your Small Business Look Colossal
    Sharing insider news from other authority blogs and bigger brands could eventually bring you to the focus of both your fans and followers. For starters, you could create a list of blogs to follow on feedly and track their latest blog posts. Be sure to stop by and grab a copy of my free 8,000+ word guide to guest blogging and become a fan on Facebook. Blog Marketing Social MediaWhen a social networking site (read Facebook) has over 1.39 billion active users it’s wise to have a good brand establishment over there. Get a fully optimized business page.
    [Blog] Do Less, But Do It Better
    Do blogs or e-blasts perform better for getting your message out? By John Sonnhalter, Rainmaker Journeyman at Sonnhalter. I don’t know why folks think that more is better. Better than what? Why do you have to focus on the latest and greatest new thing that comes out? From a marketing perspective, I think we’d be better off if we focus on some key initiatives and do them extremely well. We can’t be all things to all people so identify your USP (unique selling position) and focus on a marketing strategy that addresses your points of differentiation.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
    [Blog] A Bone to Pick with Jawbone UP
    You see, just as Ellie Pierce mentioned in her blog post yesterday , it’s a bit easier when you work in an office: You commute (if you’re in a big city, you may even walk to the train), you walk to and from people’s offices, you leave for lunch, you schedule time for the gym, you walk to meetings. By Gini Dietrich. Alright. This is not communications- nor entrepreneur-related, but I have a bone to pick. bone to pick with Jawbone UP. You see, a couple of years ago, I read a study that shows sitting all day for work is worse for you than smoking a pack of cigarettes.
    [Blog] METHOD: Scanning and Saving Before Sharing
    tool of great help in my intake is Feedly , an aggregator for blogs, news, search strings, and other articles I am subscribed. I’ll take two or three turns at Feedly each day, saving the best for later. There is a lot of great information available to us, published in all types of media: text, video, audio, and images. Learning to separate signal from noise becomes a skill as important as any tool to help us with intake so we can avoid information overload. Each turn takes me around 15-20 minutes. This eliminates a majority of items. Of those saved, even fewer get shared.
    [Blog] Advanced Social Media Course – August Sydney 2015
    Covering Facebook, Twitter, blogs, social media strategy writing for clients, step by step campaigns, measurement and analytics, and dealing with trolls and negative criticism on Facebook and other social media sites? Shares Looking for an advanced social media course in Sydney ? Look no further! sometimes get complaints that people don’t know when I’m running this class so here goes. August 3rd-5th 2015. Earlybird ends beginning of July. So don’t be mad if you miss out. s’not my fault! Small class (less than a dozen), bring your laptop. Really? Shares.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015
    [Blog] 10 PBEVENT Speakers Share their Morning Routine
    Blogs at Woogsworld. Mrs Woog will be on the panel for:  How to monetise a personal blog  with  Heather Armstrong. Kelly will be presenting the session: Blogging voice and the art of creating meaningful connections through writing. My first priority is always to work on creating amazing content for my readers, whether that be books, courses, blog posts, an e-newsletter, etc I think the more you write, the better you get, so I spend a lot of time writing every day. Oftentimes I repurpose what I write there for blog posts or email newsletters. THE EVENT.
  • SOCIALFISH  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015
    [Blog] Millennials and Transparency in Online Communities
    This post originally appeared on the Higher Logic blog , where I’m posting an ongoing series related to Millennials and online community.  I’m excited to share them here for you over the next few months! Check out the other good stuff over on Higher Logic too. And don’t forget that Higher Logic clients can have access to our Essentials of Online Community Management program at a special discount. Contact me for details! ———– For decades it has been understood that information should only be shared with the people who truly “need to know” it.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015
    [Blog] The Science Of Attention
    blogging. advertisingpodcast ashtonkutcher audio benparr blog blogging brand businessbook businesspodcast captivology cnbc davidusher digitalmarketing dominatefund facebook incmagazine innovationpodcast managementpodcast markzuckerberg marketingpodcast mashable mirum mirumagency mirumpodcast twitterEpisode #467 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Ben Parr leads an interesting life. He's an award-winning journalist, author, entrepreneur, investor and expert on what it takes to get attention. Enjoy the conversation.
  • JEFF KORHAN  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015
    [Blog] Mapping the Ideal Customer Content Experience
    Awareness Blogging Community content marketing Marketing Mobile Online Marketing Selling Small Business Social Business Social Media customer content experience Customer Experience customer touchpoints customer worldview empathy map keynote presentations traditional marketingDavid Packard, co­founder of Hewlett­Packard (HP) once observed that “marketing is too important to be left to the marketing people.” That was decades ago. Yet, even then he intuitively recognized that it’s more than promotion. Marketing is a major contributor to the comprehensive customer experience.
  • KOKA SEXTON  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015
    [Blog] Creating a Backlog of Content Marketing Ideas
    Blog Content Marketing Life at LinkedInContent marketing has many faces and can manifest itself in many ways. When starting out with content marketing I took a simple approach that revolved around an ebook or guide designed to educate an audience. The process was: Initial idea. Scope the document (# of pages, resources needed). Create a draft. Get feedback and iterate. Produce final product. That was it in a nutshell. That model served me well for a while. The problem was that each project was done in a silo. The one thing that has stuck with me and been a gold mine has been my backlog.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015
    [Blog] Time Spent Is The New Impression
    Did they like it so much that they went off and created their own piece of content inspired by it (a blog post, a podcast, a video on YouTube )? . Engagement just got a whole lot more interesting. Facebook made a major update and announcement this week. They're going to tweak their algorithm based on how long a user looks at a piece of content. It's something that marketers need to think about. Deeply. There have been some brands looking to transcend engagement as a metric in social media (they're not getting enough value out of it). Does this metric send media a few steps back? brand.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Travis Peterson
    Instead, he and I have in-depth conversations via email about the blog topic du jour. By Gini Dietrich. I am very excited to introduce you to Travis Peterson. Travis is a Spin Sucks reader and I’d even put him in the Crazy community, but he rarely (if ever?) comments. It’s kind of a shame that I have him all to myself because he’s ridiculously smart, but I also kind of love having him all to myself. But, because my mama taught me to share, I asked him to sit on the Spin Sucks Inquisition hot seat. What is the Biggest Mistake You’ve Made in Your Career? Nope. .
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015
    [Blog] How to get on the Vimeo Staff Picks List – With Examples!
    Use proper social media marketing strategies to get those view counts up: Share it with online influencers Use it as part of appropriate hashtags Include @mentions on Twitter and tag people on Facebook who may be interested Put your audience to work and ask them to share it Please read through a few other online marketing article on this blog to get your game up to snuff. Your description will, of course, include cast and staff credits, links to your website or blog, thank yous for your momma, and a whole host of other material. appeared first on Devumi Blog.
    [Blog] Making the Full Switch to Postmatic – What You Need to Know
    Regular readers and subscribers to this blog will know of the praise I’ve been. The post Making the Full Switch to Postmatic – What You Need to Know appeared first on Danny Brown - all rights reserved
    [Blog] How Quick and Easy Tactics Will Ruin Your Business Every Time
    Like: Creating blogs using the templates endorsed by the experts Building websites that mirrored the layout and graphics of the top players Pricing my products and services like the industry leaders Building podcasts, videos, and infographics based on “best practices” gleaned from multimedia gurus I could go on for a few hours. Welcome to the Quick and Easy Buffet! Here’s what we have for you. Best Practices Case Studies Definitive Guides Step-by-Step Wow, sign me up for all of the above. hope not. Hence…the failure part. When I go all-in, I go all-in. Social Media
    [Blog] How to Build Your Blog’s Audience with Long Form Evergreen Content
    Who wants to grow their blog’s audience? I’m yet to meet a blogger who doesn’t, so I’m picturing in my mind a room full bloggers with their hands in the air! know that not every blog topic/niche naturally lends itself to the creation of evergreen content (for example ‘news’ and ‘reviews’ sites can sometimes struggle with it) but most blogs should be able to find a way to create at least some content that doesn’t date quickly. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. How to Build Your Blog’s Audience with Long Form Evergreen Content.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2015
    [Blog] Use Media Relations to Generate Qualified Leads
    During this media relations webinar, you will learn: A review of the three-pronged media relations approach; How to drive qualified leads to your website or blog to prove PR is an investment, not an expense; How to use media relations to drive sales; How to use the PESO model to bring it all together; and. You aren’t having any luck getting stories placed or writing guest blog posts for the sites that matter to your organization. Related Stories Use Media Relations for Search Engine Optimization How to Write Blog Posts that Get Read and Shared AMA: The Spin Sucks December Webinar.
    [Blog] Become a Content Marketing Fox
    For instance, you might create a gated eBook that sits at the top of your pyramid, then break it down into shorter blog posts for more digestible, un-gated content. Or you can build the pyramid from the bottom up and develop a white paper or eBook inspired by a series of popular blog posts or based on a webinar. By  Michael Gerard According to a survey by Curata , more than three quarters of content marketers plan to boost their content marketing investment in the coming year. It’s not a unique story; we’ve been hearing this for a few years now.
    [Blog] How to Get Started with Social Media Advertising {Podcast}
    Content Marketing blog blogging Social MediaSocial Media advertising has become a must-have tactic for growth-focused businesses. According to AdWeek, 70% of marketing chiefs plan to invest more on social media advertising.
    [Blog] 535 – Why Your Strategy Needs A Strategy
    Andy was chosen from anyone who shared about the show – for your chance to win the goodie bag just share this blog post or this tweet … Really enjoyed the @engagingbrand podcast with Martin Reeves on modern strategic thinking Click To Tweet. Strategy is such an overused, yet misunderstood word. So how do we approach creating a winning strategy? Martin Reeves, senior partner and managing director at BCG in New York, has co-written Your Strategy Needs a Strategy  with Janmejaya Sinha and Knut Haanæs. We discuss. What is the definition of strategy? What is the renewal strategy?
    [Blog] How’s Your Online Health?
    You have a website, a blog, social media channels, probably some paid advertising, a video channel, and other tools to keep up with. Blog content deconstruction. Your body’s health is important. If you don’t take care of yourself, you’ll run your body down and it will quit working. From time to time, you may feel the need to visit a doctor just to prevent your health from declining or to keep your health up to speed. Well, your online health is no different. From time to time, you need a check up. What’s an Online Health Check Up? Website content analysis.
    [Blog] Social Media as an Effective Tool For Learning
    With the availability of online articles, scholarly journals and opinionated related blogs, students can get first-hand knowledge about various new disciplines and teach themselves. Many experts and apparent professionals criticize social media as a negative development for this society. We are totally aware of the fact that every aspect and process has its pros and cons, so why not stick to the positive dimensions of social media? The usage and application of any concept is totally reliant on an individual. The niche of social media is different, yet attracts millions of users in a day.
    [Blog] The Difference Between Data Visualization and Infographics
    Blog dataviz dataviz or infographic infographicDataViz = pretty charts, Infographics = pretty pictures. They aren’t the same. There are a lot of different ways to present visual information on the internet. DataViz takes information people want and presents it in a way that is easy to understand at a glance. Infographics is a cross between DataViz, journalism, and marketing. Infographics use multiple data visualizations and strategically chosen words to tell a complex story in a simple, visual way. You may think they are the same thing, but the terms cannot be used interchangeably.
    [Blog] 6 Rules of Thumb for Successful Brand Publishing
    Building a visually appealing and engaging website, writing regular blogs, e-mail marketing, use of multi-media (videos/photos/ Info graphics) and using social networks to target the audience are various ways to share a brand story. Instead of overloading your blogs/Facebook/Twitter, quality and consistent content makes for a more meaningful and personalized audience experience. 3. Build a community: An audience might read your blog, consume and share your information, easily recognize your brand from rest of the crowd. The Internet has made brand publishing ubiquitous.
    [Blog] Join James Altucher for a Special Author Q&A Today
    He has interviewed real celebrities (not just Internet famous people) on his podcast and he covers what they discuss on his blog , which is never the same old stuff you hear about these people. I am a huge, huge fan, read every one of his blog posts, and am  very   excited to have him here today! By Gini Dietrich It is finally here! The day you have all been waiting for (or, at least, the day I have been waiting for). We have the one and only James Altucher for a full hour all to ourselves! James is a hedge fund manager, trader, writer, podcaster, and entrepreneur. And don’t fear!
    [Blog] You Must Go Through Ugly to Get to Pretty
    The first time can get pretty ugly: Walking Swimming Riding a bike Skateboarding Singing a solo Folding  your clothes Asking someone out for a date Driving a car Hitting a golf ball Cooking dinner Interviewing for a job Speaking in public Writing a blog post Recording a YouTube video This list will grow longer with time, hopefully. Blog CoachAs new tools and tactics come out, the first time will not be your best ever. But But your first will be your best at that point, based on your experience. You must go through ugly to get to pretty. Consider leaving a comment!
  • FEVER BEE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2015
    [Blog] How to Build a Successful Branded Community Without a Huge Audience, Big Budget, or An Exciting Product
    The founder already has a good reputation and contacts through this blog/connections. If Welcome to the 3 rd  of 3 frameworks for the month. You can read the  sweet spot  and the  model for getting people to join and participate  first.    If you just want to see this week's model,  click here.    It’s time to end the big lie behind successful branded communities. Most success stories you read about didn't succeed because they organized fun activities for members (nor put members first  in some unique way).
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2015
    [Blog] Three Essential Blog Writing Tips for Just Before You Click Publish
    We’ve talked about blog writing tips for when you need ideas. That’s what these blog writing tips are for. You’ve read enough blog writing tips by now that you should have already spent some time on your headline. Take the title of this blog, for example. Now, if I’m targeting someone who already publishes a blog, is crunched for time, and just wants to improve what she does every day? Do any of the tried and-true-tricks-of-the-trade make sense for your blog? Do these subheads add any personality to your blog? Your Blog Writing Tips.
    [Blog] Twitter’s C.E.O., Dick Costolo, Is Set to Exit, Feeling Heat of Criticism
    Shortly after the essay was published on Mr. Sacca’s blog, Mr. Costolo fielded some tough questions from Twitter stockholders at the company’s annual shareholder meeting. The New York Times — After replacing much of  Twitter ’s top management team last year, Dick Costolo told members of the company’s board that he wanted them to replace him as chief executive, too. On Thursday, they did just that, announcing that Mr. Costolo will step down July 1 and appointing Jack Dorsey,  Twitter ’s co-founder and former chief, as interim chief executive while they look for a permanent successor.
    [Blog] Go Social in Finding Travel Agents and Trips Galore
    Do you spend hours each day reading travel blogs or watching travel shows? Signs you’re addicted include spending endless hours on blogs and travel shows, enjoying living out of a suitcase, getting excited after purchasing a plane ticket (a new adventure awaits!), Having a blog with a large following can help tremendously in getting companies to work with you. Find the best vacation spots – Blogs and social media can give you a first-hand account on the best vacation spots, whether you’re traveling abroad or in the U.S.,
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2015
    [Blog] PR Lessons from DroughtShaming
    even blogged about someone who misspelled “angel” on a luminaria MEMORIALIZING THEIR LOVED ONE WHO DIED OF CANCER.). By Paula Kiger. have a confession to make. used to be an anonymous “PoorlyProofed” contributor on Twitter. Eventually, I started feeling guilty for anonymously calling people out. hate typos as much as the next person, but I started to feel that the negativity behind my tweets was weighing me down.  . (It doesn’t stop at PoorlyProofed, admittedly. But it’s a new day, a new year, and perhaps I have evolved. DroughtShaming. There’s even an app. Positively Solve Problems.
    [Blog] How to Enhance Your Speaking Engagements Through Social Media
    Write your own blog post about your speaking engagement:  This doesn’t need to be a long post, but it’s an opportunity to direct people to your own website when posting about your speaking engagement on your social networks. Whether you’re a professional speaker for a living or speak as a way to grow other areas of your business, social media is powerful tool when it comes to enhancing your speaking engagements. Social Media can drive attendance, create buzz, build trust and strengthen relationships with your audience even before you take the stage. Comment and tell us below.
  • FEVER BEE  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2015
    [Blog] Asking For Help, Indirect Reciprocity, and Amanda Palmer
    Many blogs survive by guest contributions riddled with grammatically errors. Reddit I remember my first week at the United Nations.    We didn't have the budget (or time) to hire translators to convert a campaign into multiple languages. made a suggestion, let's ask our members if they can help. It was not well received.    It was too risky. member might make a mistake. Far better to  have no translation at all. In their minds, it was better to deny millions of people access to a campaign to help refugees than risk an easily fixable error. 
  • SOCIALFISH  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2015
    [Blog] 6 Social Tools to Use Immediately After You Hit “Publish”
    Reply to all the comments both on your own blog and around social media sites! This is must have insight for any blog owner, especially one that is trying to grow their brand, rather than just spread brand awareness. know you can automate this part to send an email blast every time there is a new entry in your blog RSS feed. That makes it a versatile tool that is better suited for blogs that have a monetized aspect, rather than just a content based one. You have invested in that content. Your awesome team was involved. You all have edited, polished, and (finally!)
    [Blog] 5 Ways Communication on Pinterest Differs
    This post was published originally on the Cision blog. Twenty-eight percent of adult Internet users and 22 percent of the entire U.S. population are on Pinterest, according to Pew Internet. In total, Pinterest is third amongst the social networks, trailing Facebook and LinkedIn. According to an Ahalogy study , many active Pinterest users indicate they turn to the social network in place of traditional media: • 43 percent use Pinterest in place of reading magazines. • 49 percent use Pinterest instead of browsing catalogs. So, why so little attention relatively speaking?
    [Blog] METHOD: Write in Slices
    Having a book outline or a blog post template makes it easier to write in slices. Whether it be an outline of your next book or a template to use for your blog posts, this preparation allows for ideas to flow and get captured, saved, and put into proper placement at your next opportunity. Same thing with a template for your blog post. Blog CoachI’m not a fan of peeling oranges, though I love eating them. Each morning, thanks to my wife, I find a peeled orange ready for me to eat. Writing can be like eating an orange. Planning is Like Peeling. Do it beforehand.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2015
    [Blog] How to Prevent Black Hat SEO Techniques Against Your Vulnerable Website
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Dennis Rundle. Black Hat SEO practices have been going on for years without any signs of slowing down. Regardless of the efforts Google makes with the purpose to stop black hatters from attacking vulnerable websites, these tactics haven’t become obsolete. Black Hat SEO practices are usually performed with the purpose to trick search engines. Some of these strategies include doorway pages, keyword stuffing, and invisible text. Doorway Pages as a Threat to Your Website. That would only rank you higher, right? Wrong!
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2015
    [Blog] The Power Of Immersive Media
    blogging. advertisingpodcast audio blog blogging brand businessbook businesspodcast davidusher digitalmarketing facebook frankrose innovationpodcast managementpodcast marketingpodcast mirum mirumagency strategyandbusiness theartofimmersion thepowerofimmersivemedia transmedia twitter wired wiredmagazine Episode #466 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. We live in tough times for advertising. Yes, it's still a critical component of our economy and a very effective way to reach, connect and build loyalty. audio. brand.
    [Blog] How To Create And Use #HashTags - Social Media
    If you want then store on an excel file the HashTags that you Create and the ones that you Search for. ​​ I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Professional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: ​1. Please Visit Blog: Social Media Network OnLine: [link The #HashTags widespread use began with the Social Media Platform Twitter. Since then it has extended to other Social Media Platforms. Like #StaySafe.
    [Blog] Social Media Financing More Information on Annuities
    Read blogs. Blogs are one of the best sources of information out there. You may hear about annuities and wonder if that is something you should be investing in, but you’re not really sure what annuities actually are. You’re not alone. But where do you start in your search for annuity information? One great source often overlooked is social media. Social media can be a great tool for research in almost anything, including annuities. Take a look for at these tips using social media to find information regarding annuities. Social Media and Annuities.
    [Blog] #LetsAskNancy 005: Lawyers, Should You Start A Practice Area Twitter Account?
    You might also embed this Twitter account’s feed on your practice area blog, as well as practice area pages on your website, and maybe even test it on a few of your team’s attorneys’ bios to further reinforce the firm’s involvement in this area. Bottom Line: Yes, it makes a great deal of sense to start practice area Twitter accounts, just as it does to establish blogs in specific practice areas. #LetsAskNancy is where I answer questions others have about legal and lawyer marketing and business development, including content, social and digital marketing.  .
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2015
    [Blog] Stop Being A Digital Immigrant
    There are enough blogs, podcasts and links to go around. This is the fundamental challenge of most brands today. They are not born digital (as Don Tapscott would say). Yes, digital transformation is a reality for all businesses. It's something that is deeply affecting the small, medium and large businesses. It is something that affects both B2B and B2C markets. Brands tend to look at startups that shoot to billion dollar-plus valuations and wonder how they can be more like that. What they fail to understand is that businesses like Uber , GoPro and Airbnb were born in these digital times.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2015
    [Blog] Consumers Want Personalization And Privacy
    Especially, when it's being asked on a blog that focuses on digital transformation, and technology that helps brands better connect with consumers. advertising amazon analytics blog businessbook consumer ctrlaltdelete customeradvocacy datacollection digitaltransformation information marketer marketingcommunity mirum mirumagency personaldata personalization privacy publictrust techcrunch thetradeofffallacy tvadvertising userexperience webanalytics youtubeHave you ever shopped on Amazon ? Probably one of the stupidest questions ever asked in 2015. Of course, you have. It sucks.
    [Blog] 21 Writing Redundancies Scarier Than Baby Jane’s Shoes
    Blogging about them, on the other hand, is super useful, because if anyone is in the habit of using any of these, and stumbles across this post, maybe they’ll stop! Blogging Communication Public Relations succinct writing writing redundanciesEvery time I see writing redundancies my teeth grit, my hair stands on end, and I want to run around my neighborhood screaming. That would probably be very entertaining for anyone who saw me, but not very useful. Thank you to them. And you ; you should get to know them. Image: Memphis CVB on Flickr via Flickr, CC 2.0. 1. “It’s
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Eden Spodek
    And to learn more about Eden, you can stalk her on Facebook , Twitter , LinkedIn , Google+ , Pinterest , Instagram , YouTube , on her blog , and on her website. By Gini Dietrich. You are going to make me think really hard about when I first met Eden Spodek. and me for the Spin Sucks (book) launch. I can point to the immense amount of time she spent as a Spin Sucks brand ambassador. But I have no idea when we first met. Was it Podcamp Toronto in 2010? The point is that she rocks, she’s a great friend, and she makes a fun Inquisitee. years! Spray and pray. Spin Sucks. What a bargain!
  • SOSHABLE  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2015
    [Blog] I Refuse to Use Websites with Autoplay Videos (and so should you)
    Some guru probably told you that it was a good idea or you noticed that other news sites, blogs, or company websites do it. At some point in the last couple of years, someone started spreading a “best practice” that it’s good for websites to automatically play videos once people click through to them. This is not a best practice. It’s annoying at best. At worst, it can prevent people from visiting your website ever again. One of those people is now, officially, me. That requires a click and that’s the way it should be. Autoplay advertisements are the worst.
  • DEVUMI  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2015
    [Blog] Creating Stunning Twitter Backgrounds: With Examples!
    appeared first on Devumi Blog. Twitter users have been uploading custom Twitter backgrounds since the 140 character platform first started. Some people have been using it for the LOLZ, others have been using it as a chance to do some brand building and to get their logos or faces out there. If you’ve ever wondered why you’d want to create custom Twitter backgrounds for your account, or how you can do it without much design skill, this guide will certainly help you. Why do people create custom Twitter backgrounds? Is it really worth the time to create a custom Twitter background?
    [Blog] Micro-Moments Live Stream Recap
    The blog covers how to win the consumer in today’s mobile-centric world according to speaker Matt Lawson as well as how mobile has changed the consumer, how mobile has changed the consumption process, and how it has changed consumer expectations about brands. Check out the recap of the Google Live Stream Event "Micro-Moments - The New Battleground For Brands. The post Micro-Moments Live Stream Recap appeared first on. Digital Marketing Google + Micro-Moments AdWords Business Strategy Google Google Partner marketing Micromoments Mobile Mobile Marketing
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