You can’t speak proficiently about visuals for your content marketing if you don’t talk with the people who create them – the designers. Now, expert designers share the five tips every marketer should know about visual content. Continue reading →
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This week: LinkedIn hits half a billion users, rolls out new Matched Audience ad targeting; Instagram's growth accelerates, nears 1 billion users; Twitter reports growth, plans to livestream content 24/7; Pinterest quits social networking; much more! ...
We discuss Google's proposed ad blocking feature and dig into research on high-demand marketing skills. Our rants and raves cover content workflow and mission statements; we wrap up with details on a content event from 1916. Continue reading →
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The proliferation of digital devices, coupled with a deluge of short, "snackable" content, has given consumers greater choice than ever in how and where they consume media. How can you get them to notice your ads? Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Never again scramble to figure out how big a Facebook image should be or the time limit for your Snapchat videos. This infographic compiles image and video specs from nine major social media platforms and puts them all in one handy place. Read the ful...
This week members asked tough questions about how to evaluate the quality of your links. Google released features to help combat fake news and what this may mean for SEOs Members also discussed to what degree Alphabet, Googles parent company, is a monopoly and how 5 out of the 10 biggest companies are now Internet or computer companies. How do you find links to boost Google rankings? Over on Webmasterworld,... [Read More...]
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Nearly one-third of Americans think ads adjacent to offensive online content imply that the advertiser endorses or approves of that offensive material, according to recent research from YouGov. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Instead of battling your writer’s block by publishing less, combat it by using these six valuable inspiration sources that will help you deliver relevant content to your audience. Continue reading →
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Just 18 words. Marketing and Sales pros who know this powerful stat, fly; and those who don't, die. (Well, their emails do.) Read the full article at MarketingProfs
If your emails are being sent to subscribers in Australia, check out this infographic for tips on unique challenges to emailing Down Under, and see benchmarks for how Aussie subscribers interact with emails. Read the full article at MarketingProfs