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Want to augment your blog content? Then add the 5 most popular forms of blog content curation to increase your content and your reach. Examples included.
Media is a key element of any marketing or PR plan. Marketers and PR professionals monitor, create and place content via different media types in order to expand their audience reach to attract and convert prospects. How you use the different types of marketing media to achieve your goals and reap measurable results has changed.
Want to create a Top 10 Blog? Here’s the inside scoop from Social Media Examiner’s 10 Top Bloggers to get you on track to succeed. 10 blog tips.
Here are the top 2015 B2B Content Marketing Tactics based on Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs research. Complete with charts & actionable tips
Does Your Social Media Content stand out from the pack of other content marketing? Use these 5 types of social media content in your mix & 5 marketing tips.
Posted on June 2, 2014 by Heidi Cohen in Social Media |
Looking to calculate social media ROI success? Here are 3 easy tips to get your on to your way for social media ROI success (with charts)
Posted on May 19, 2014 by Heidi Cohen in Social Media |
More businesses are yield social media marketing benefits. The 2014 Social Media Marketing Industry Report has insights and 40 social media marketing tips.
Say social media and photographs, status updates, comments and likes come to mind. Yet Facebook comments, LinkedIn updates and tweets only flicker briefly in followers’ streams. Not the stuff of which lasting impressions are made. For marketers seeking to build their brands, drive traffic, and generate leads and sales, this can be a challenge. Here are ten tactics to make your blog yield benefits as the long tail of your social media marketing strategy. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
To reap social media results, businesses regardless of size must spend time engaging on social media platforms, invest budget and wait for sales or other benefits. For most small businesses, these three resources are scarce. As a result, social media often winds up at the bottom of the owner’s to-do list overlooked in favor of handling the latest, easy-to-measure emergency.
According to Social Media Examiner’s 2013 Report, most small businesses spend under ten hours a week on social media. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog