The coronavirus outbreak has forced companies to pivot their entire business model, with many having to launch digital initiatives with little time and few resources. Amy Gesenhues on April 28, 2020 Less than two months ago, I interviewed several agency leads about how their organizations were helping CMOs break down the barriers to digital transformation. … Continue reading Digital transformation is no longer a buzzword. It’s an imperative.
Debra Murphy — December 30, 2019 Follow @MasterfulMktg As I was working on my content audit, I came across a couple of posts on small business marketing trends for the years 2013 and 2014. As I reviewed these, I noticed something very interesting. Every trend that was listed for both 2013 and 2014 are no … Continue reading Small Business Marketing Trends That Are No Longer Trends
Martin Chuck — October 25, 2019 We almost lost our beloved keyword research tool—Keywords Everywhere. If you’re a copywriter, digital marketer, web developer or anything else in between, you know how valuable keywords are. But if you’re not in the industry, you must know that keywords are searched terms that have value over the internet. … Continue reading What Other Keyword Research Tool Can We Use Since ‘Keywords Everywhere’ Is No Longer Free
Kip Botirius — March 11, 2019 Follow @https://twitter.com/kbotirius?lang=en — March 11, 2019 For many businesses, retaining agency expertise is a huge obstacle rather than a strategic advantage. Research from content intelligence platform Vennli indicates that the average relationship between a client and an agency lasts just two to four years. Without a doubt, transitioning from … Continue reading Keeping Your Agency Longer Benefits Your Brand; Here’s How to Maximize Those Relationships
Graham Jones — December 2, 2018 Follow @grahamjones — December 2, 2018 StockSnap / Pixabay Once upon a time, there was no Internet. Instead of getting emails every few minutes, office workers used to get a big pile of envelopes landing on their desk every day at the same time each morning when the post … Continue reading Once Upon a Time, People Stayed Longer on Websites. Here’s Why…
Alex Andrade-Walz — October 19, 2018 Follow @alexmwalz — October 19, 2018 Ice cream. When someone types the words “ice cream” into Google, there isn’t an ice cream ball’s chance in an oven that any marketer or advertiser would truly know what that searcher is looking for. They could be looking for chocolate ice cream … Continue reading When Keyword Intent Is No Longer Enough
Amanda Abella — April 11, 2018 — April 11, 2018 After many years of doing weekly team meetings in my business, I’m deciding to stop them. I already barely take meetings for clients (unless it’s business coaching), so it only makes sense to move this over for my internal team. Granted, I still have meetings. … Continue reading Why I No Longer Have Team Meetings In My Business
Researchers were able to infer attributes of individuals using the tools. Ginny Marvin on March 23, 2018 Exclusive: Facebook said Friday that it will stop showing audience reach estimates in any campaign using Custom Audience targeting. The move comes after a research team from Northeastern University notified the company through Facebook’s Bug Bounty program … Continue reading Facebook will no longer show audience reach estimates for Custom Audiences after vulnerability detected
Amanda Clark — March 9, 2018 Follow @GrammarChicInc — March 9, 2018 Last November, Twitter doubled its famous 140-character count, meaning that Twitter users now have the luxury of a full 280 characters in each tweet. At the time, it was presumed to be the death knell for the platform, which had long been celebrated … Continue reading Should Your Business Write Longer Tweets?
Katie Sweet — December 6, 2017 Follow @misskatiehrdy — December 6, 2017 Shutterstock We’ve reached the point in the year when marketers aren’t holding back on their outbound communications. I woke up on Black Friday to an absolute deluge of emails from essentially any retailer I’ve ever had any interaction with (or not), informing me … Continue reading Irrelevant Emails Are No Longer Acceptable to Consumers