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6 reasons why building your own customer data asset is a recipe for marketing success

Don’t let an overabundance of tech solutions and partners spoil the broth. Columnist Mike Sands cooks up six questions to ask yourself to ensure you’re in control of your customer data. Mike Sands on April 5, 2017   Customer data. It’s a brand’s special sauce. But right now, there are too many chefs in the … Continue reading 6 reasons why building your own customer data asset is a recipe for marketing success

The One Thing Holding Most SEOs Back From Success

Timothy Carter — March 23, 2017 Follow @TimothyCarter— March 23, 2017 Search engine optimizers (SEO) like myself are typically forced to juggle multiple responsibilities at once. Depending on the size and scope of our teams, we’re in charge of planning strategies, creating content, making technical changes, doing publisher outreach, nurturing our campaigns, and even following … Continue reading The One Thing Holding Most SEOs Back From Success

Why Senior Leadership Involvement is Necessary for Content Success

Will Humphries — March 19, 2017 Follow @JustCallMeWill— March 19, 2017 Although production often takes place on the front lines, content marketing success is often dependent upon the level of senior leadership involvement in the planning stages. Your content should align with the overall vision and mission of the organisation. The following is a look … Continue reading Why Senior Leadership Involvement is Necessary for Content Success

Quick Optimization vs. Correct Optimization: Why We Shouldn’t Allow Perfection to Ruin Success

Richard Smith — March 18, 2017 Follow @MeRichardsmith— March 18, 2017 Search engine optimization isn’t as straightforward as it sounds. Although, SEO experts have been toiling hard for over a decade now—changing algorithms, user preferences and skill sets have forced them to evolve. In the simplest of terms, any process of optimization might take a … Continue reading Quick Optimization vs. Correct Optimization: Why We Shouldn’t Allow Perfection to Ruin Success