Alice Corner — October 25, 2019 Infographics. You might remember them from 2015 – present. They were everywhere, from resumes to videos. And whilst you might worry that infographics will become a ‘content faux pas’ soon, and be tempted to jump off the wagon, I can assure you – infographics are here to stay. The … Continue reading Why Infographics Are Still the Content Kings
Content featured in the dedicated news section may have Instant Article ads. Amy Gesenhues on October 25, 2019 Facebook is launching Facebook News, a dedicated space on the platform that will highlight top news stories from national and local publications. The company confirmed with Marketing Land that publishers whose articles are placed in Facebook News … Continue reading Facebook News tab won’t include ads, but publishers can still monetize content
Figuring out how to apply marketing theory to your business can be the secret to outmaneuvering your competition. Jacob Baadsgaard on October 21, 2019 Most of the entrepreneurs and even online marketers that I know are self-taught. These days, you don’t have to get a degree in marketing to be successful in business. All it … Continue reading Do the marketing principles we learned in college still apply today?
Donna Parent — September 18, 2019 — September 18, 2019 stevepb / Pixabay If you are one of the millions of taxpayers who have filed for a tax extension in 2019, the October 15th deadline is just around the corner. Fraudsters may have attempted to steal your identity and tax information throughout the year … Continue reading Filed for a Tax Extension? You’re Still at Risk of Fraud
Barry David Moore — September 11, 2019 — September 11, 2019 What is a Buy and Hold Investor? A Buy & Hold Investor is a long-term investor who wants to accumulate assets and income over a 10 to 40-year time frame, with the minimum of effort. In recent times Buy & Hold has become unfashionable, … Continue reading Is Buy & Hold Investing Still Cool? 5 Great Reasons To Invest Not Trade
Sahail Ashraf — September 6, 2019 — September 6, 2019 If you’ve had anything at all to do with social media management over the last decade, you’ll be familiar with the humble hashtag. It’s ubiquitous, and it has an amazing impact, still, on social media. You’d be forgiven for thinking that it might have lost … Continue reading Are Hashtags Still Relevant?
Sue Reynolds — August 23, 2019 Follow @suereynolds — August 23, 2019 In a recent article by Vox about the acquisition of Tumbler by WordPress, I was surprised to learn that the experts interviewed feel that blogging for business and marketing, particularly on WordPress, is “quaint and “feels like 100 years ago.” Anil Dash, CEO … Continue reading Is Blogging for Business and Marketing Still a Thing in 2019?
Bonnie Harris — July 31, 2019 Follow @waxmarketing — July 31, 2019 In a time when over 70 million U.S. internet users are using ad-blockers, native advertising is an extremely valuable and effective alternative to traditional ads. Most major brands use it in some capacity, as 53% of consumers are more likely to look at … Continue reading Top 3 Types of Native Advertising Still Worthwhile in 2019
Bob Apollo — July 31, 2019 Follow @bobapollo — July 31, 2019 According to many market analysts, the market for CRM solutions shows no signs of slowing down. It’s increasingly rare to find established sales organisations of any significant size without some form of CRM solution. And yet when I talk to many sales leaders … Continue reading Why Are So Many CRM Implementations Still Failing?
Email is vital even while consumers are on vacation but patterns do change so campaigns need to focus on small screens and seasonal appeal. Len Shneyder on July 26, 2019 at 12:53 pm The dog days of summer are upon us! There’s an astronomical explanation for the name, but for most of us the “dog … Continue reading During summer holidays, focus may change but email is still email