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Responding to negative feedback is a great way to showcase your brand’s personality. Use these seven tips to transform your response in a way that strengthens your audience relationship and shows off your brand’s voice. Continue reading →
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You can’t judge a book by its cover. But in a crowded bookstore, it’s a good way to separate what you might enjoy from the thousands you can’t “judge” by reading. Social media feeds are like a bookstore and your image choice matters. Continue reading →
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If content is not converting on its own, it’s hard to prove ROI of content marketing. It’s time to start using channels outside of organic traffic to deliver your content to desired audiences. It’s time for content amplification. Continue reading →
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Are you ready for the visitors of tomorrow? Will your customers be able to get superior answers to their questions with your content? If you’re not using – or at least investigating – chatbots, your enterprise may not be ready. Continue reading →
Social media in all its forms has become something more than the optional step into the modern business model it used to be. Now it is mandatory. Businesses from large corporations to tiny “mom and pop” shops are expected to have an online presence of some level. Not having a Facebook page or a Twitter account can actually lose you business. The best way to learn about social media is... [Read More...]
The post 10 Free Books on Social Media to Add to Your Summer Reading List appeared first on Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog.
Fred Graver, a four-time Emmy-winning television producer and former head of Twitter TV, uses social data to fuel his new creative series. Learn why he thinks Twitter is a go-to resource and how you can use it to inform your marketing. Continue reading →
The post Data-Driven Creative: How to Use Twitter Data to Inform Your Marketing appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
I share almost everything I like and read on Twitter. I think Twitter is the link-friendliest network. I can share only 2-3 links on Facebook (not to be too annoying and linky) but Twitter is never tired of links. But tweeting an article title is boring: More often, when reading, I feel like tweeting what it’s said in the body. Tweeted quotes stand out, they always trigger an active discussion... [Read More...]
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Writers spend most of their time writing, but they and the entire team need to make sure there is ample time to promote – to extend the reach of their content. CMI takes you behind the scenes to share how we do it. Continue reading →
The post 17 No-Cost Ways Writers Can Extend Reach of Their Editorial appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
The Weather Channel can literally save lives by sharing information on social media. Go behind the scenes with its social media specialist to learn what they do, why they do it, and how live-streaming can be done effectively. Continue reading →
Reddit is the content marketer’s goldmine: It inspires viral content, shows you what people seem to love sharing and offers a great venue to market content to get it discovered by journalists and bloggers. Building up your Reddit presence is tough: There are no shortcuts and Reddit Karma is fast to lose and time-consuming to establish. Participating in trending Subreddits allows you to easier interact and better understand what’s hot... [Read More...]