Worried about how Facebook changes effect your marketing? Then diversify your digital media channels to reduce risk and maximize results. Includes digital media channel analysis and actionable tips.
Tags: Amazon, Andy Crestodina, Facebook, Gini Dietrich, google+, Henneke, Influencers, Jon Loomer, Michele LInn, Mike Stelzner, owned media, Peg Fitzpatrick, problogger, Search
Authority Content provides a simple process that any company can use to break through the noise. It doesn’t matter whether you’re the owner of a retail shop, financial advisor, swimming pool manufacturer or an inventor with an ingenious product – this powerful strategy will work for you.
Built on the “3 Ps” framework (Present, Product, Promote) this book teaches you a step-by-step system for building authority within your industry thus sky-rocketing website traffic and sales.
Not sure about social media content use? Here’s research and tips to get your marketing on track based on Social Media Examiner’s 2015 research. Charts too.
Posted on September 6, 2013 by Heidi Cohen in Blogging
Is your blog a networking powerhouse? Here are 19 power-leveraging blog tips to help you extend the reach of your blog.
It’s Valentine’s Day when we celebrate romance and who’s more romantic than a blogger? They share their enthusiasm, knowledge and emotions regularly without expectation of compensation. In the spirit of romance we celebrate fourteen of the social media blogs we love and the bloggers behind them in alphabetical order.
Tags: Altimeter, Boost Blog Traffic, Brian Clark, Brian Solis, Cindy King, Convince and Convert, Copyblogger, Darren Rowse, Derek Halperin, Glenn Allsopp, Jason Falls, Jay Baer, Jeff Bullas, Jon Morrow, Jonah Berger, Kikilani, Kristi Hines, Lee Odden, Marcus Sheridan, Margie Clayman, mari smith, Mike Stelzner, Neil Patel, problogger, Quick SProut, Rebecca Lieb, Social Media Examiner, Social Media Explorer, The Sales Lion, Viperchill
Here’s a monster list of 101 social media marketing resources (the 2012 edition) to help expand your knowledge of this ever-changing ecosystem. These resources are useful for newbies and social media mavens alike, looking to learn about the field as well as to hone their business skills.
Tags: Amy Porterfield, Andy Sernovitz, Ben McConnell, Brian Solis, Charlene Li, Chris Anderson, Chris Brogan, Clay SHirky, Copyblogger, Dave Evans, Dave Fleet, Dave Kerpen, David Meerman Scott, Ed Keller, Facebook, Geoff livingston, Gini Dietrich, google+, Hubspot, Jackie Hubba, Jeffrey L. Cohen, Jennifer Aaker, Kipp BOdnar, Lee Odden, LinkedIn, Malcolm Gladwell, mari smith, Mashable, Pinterest, problogger, Ric Dragon, Seth Godin, Shiv Singh, Slideshare, Smart Brief for Social Media, Social Media Examiner, Todd Wheatland, Twitter, Who's Blogging What, YouTube
Many businesses are reticent to give their content away for free. Their dilemma is that strong, useful information doesn’t just happen. Despite relatively low-cost social media and internal media distribution, the combination of deep knowledge and great content development require both human and financial resources.
Tags: Altimeter, B2B, B2C, Brad Mangin, Brian Clark, Concrete.tv, Copyblogger, Darren Rowse, GE, Marcus Sheridan, Owen Blevins, problogger, Ron Diorio, Scott Schuman, Solopreneur, The Sales Lion, The Satorialist
Posted on July 8, 2012 by Heidi Cohen in Blogging
“How do you make money from your blog?” is a question bloggers get asked whether they’re blogging for themselves or for a company. To ensure that your blog generates sales, it’s important that this is one of your top goals since it focuses your strategy. Whether you’ve got a B2C, B2B, not-for-profit or solopreneur oriented blog, you have five major options for generating money from your blog. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog