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What's the difference between SEO, content marketing, and inbound marketing? [Strategy Sitdown]

Posted by Michael Reynolds

Oct 29, 2014 10:30:00 AM

In this edition of Strategy Sitdown, we answer the question: "I've heard of inbound marketing, content marketing, and SEO, but some people act like they're the same thing. What's the difference?"

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Topics: seo, content, inbound marketing, Strategy Sitdown

6 Ways companies can use Google Plus

Posted by Stephanie Fisher

Oct 28, 2014 1:30:00 PM

Getting more involved on Google+ is definitely in your company's best interest. The platform is coming into its own and because it's wrapped up in all things Google, activity on Google+ actually makes a big impact on search ranking.

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Google's social network has a few robust features that small businesses and teams within large organizations can put to good use. Here are 5 ways company's can use Google+ and a few extra tips at the end for improving your experience.

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Topics: google, social media

How to clear your browser cache and history [Quick Tip]

Posted by Stephanie Fisher

Oct 27, 2014 10:30:00 AM

It's time for some fall cleaning! We're talking about cleaning your browser cache, not closets. This is easy.

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What is my browser cache and browsing history?

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Topics: website, Quick Tip, technology

Three celebrity examples of repairing a fractured brand

Posted by Guest

Oct 23, 2014 1:30:00 PM

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It’s often hard to face the facts: your business’ brand has fallen on hard times. Even if you’re still creating excellent content, the finicky human nature and a jazzy new upstart can swoop right in and turn your own shine into rust. Perhaps it’s a case of the old management team running the brand imaging into the ground, providing lackluster service and leaving the new regime with more than just a simple clean-up job. 

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Topics: branding

How often should I redesign my company website? [Strategy Sitdown]

Posted by Michael Reynolds

Oct 22, 2014 10:30:00 AM

In this edition of Strategy Sitdown, we answer the question: "How often should I redesign my company website?"

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Topics: website, web design, Strategy Sitdown

How to deal with scary spam on your corporate Facebook page

Posted by Rachael Vail-Steele

Oct 21, 2014 1:30:00 PM

Oh no, someone posted spam on my company’s Facebook page! What do I do NOW?! Like finding a gigantic spider web in your doorway, your first response may be sheer terror and panic. Spam is scary but at least you don't have an infestation of 6,000 brown recluse spiders on your page, right?

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Stay calm, act quickly, and follow these simple steps:

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Topics: facebook, social media, spam

How to live tweet across social networks

Posted by Rachael Vail-Steele

Oct 20, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Live tweeting in real time from an event, during a sports game, or the latest episode of a popular tv show is a great way to engage and connect with customers and other fans on Twitter. The simplicity and short lifespan of tweets make live tweeting a great tactic for posting content quickly and frequently in a few hours. 

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What about the rest of your social networks? Here are a few quick tips to make your live tweets soar beyond Twitter. (In order from most posts to least)

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Topics: social media

Is inbound marketing profitable? [Digital Exec]

Posted by Michael Reynolds

Oct 17, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Ever since the Tom Webster wrote "Is Inbound Marketing Actually Profitable or Just a Slogan", the industry has been abuzz with more inbound marketing ROI questions then ever before.

Marketing consultant Todd Randolph thinks that's the wrong question. He responded with some interesting insight and we sat down to discuss his points in this episode of The Digital Exec.

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Topics: inbound marketing, digital exec

The best marketing advice we've ever received

Posted by Serena Acker

Oct 16, 2014 1:30:00 PM

Advice: oftentimes, it's given more than it's asked for. I've received plenty over the years, some better than others.

One of the best pieces of marketing advice I heard was simply this, "Listen" (given by my personal marketing hero Chris Brogan). In a world that loves to talk, Chris' advice is refreshingly quiet yet so versatile - from keeping a pulse on trends and social media to listening to your clients and truly getting to know them. 

While Chris' advice rang true for me, there have been other pieces of advice that have equally influened our team. We thought we'd bestow upon you, our beloved readers, some of the best nuggets we've received over the years. Or, at least, the stuff that stuck with us. 

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What you need to know

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Topics: marketing, inbound marketing

How do I make sure everything is above the fold on my website? [Strategy Sitdown]

Posted by Michael Reynolds

Oct 15, 2014 10:30:00 AM

In this edition of Strategy Sitdown, we answer the question: "I'm having a difficult time figuring out how to get everything I want my user to see on the page above the fold. How do I do it?"

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Topics: website, Strategy Sitdown

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