I spotted a new way of using Twitter today. Valerian: City of a Thousand Planets debuted its new trailer, and posted (and promoted) it on Twitter: Let’s take this apart for a moment. First off, they introduce the #Valerian hashtag, as well as what I assume is a preferred emoji. (I’m not a big emoji …
Monthly Archives: March 2017
6 Ways to Make Facebook Video Work for Your Business Facebook video can be a great option for boosting your brand presence – here are some tips on how to use it.
The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Engagement in 2017 The official research and insight guide into Facebook Engagement for 2017 from BuzzSumo and Mari Smith.
An answer box experiment (my journey into known and unknown factors) Many SEOs have sought to obtain placement within a featured snippet or answer box in the search results pages, but how does one achieve that? Contributor Bill Sebald shares his experiment in pursuing the answer box.
9 Psychology Secrets to Increase Your eCommerce Sales – Prisync’s Blog The more you understand your shoppers, the better you can craft your site to encourage bigger sales. Here, 9 psychology secrets to increase eCommerce sales.
How to Build Relationships with Online Influencers (Without the Awkward) – Copyblogger When good websites link to you, those links are votes of confidence. The hard part? Getting enough of the right links, from the right people.
Why technical people should blog (but don’t) – major.io I originally wrote this post for the Rackspace Blog but I decided to post it here in case some of my readers might have missed it. Please feel free to leave your comments at the end of the post. Sometimes people talk to me about posts …
How to Launch Your Personal Brand if You Have Absolutely Zero Credibility You hear the term “personal brand” being thrown around a lot these days. Almost annoyingly so. Everyone is trying to build and strengthen their person
The Evolution of Technology Buying Committees: Changing Roles, Ages, and Expectations In most companies, tech-buying committee includes members from non-technology functions (e.g., Finance, Sales, Marketing) as well as Millennials. See more from this LinkedIn Marketing research.
Creativity and Productivity: The Importance of Focused Downtime If you’ve been a marketer for longer than a month, you understand we’re busy people. So busy, in fact, that everyone is obsessed with