Author: Heidi Bullock
Do you ever get to this time of the year and look back and ask yourself where the time went? Maybe it’s just me, but 2016 went FAST. So instead of looking back, we’re looking forward to what 2017 will mean for marketers. Here are four key themes that we see taking center stage in the upcoming year.
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Stage fright leads marketers to miss huge opportunities to differentiate themselves. Read on for practical tips plus a dose of confidence to quell the most extreme public-speaking jitters, from the executive producer of TedxCambridge. Continue reading →
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As unbelievable as it sounds Twitter is over ten years old. This is a ton of information. And even though it may feel like yesterday, most of us have joined Twitter years ago. How often do you look back? Do you know if it’s even possible? Today’s round up has three tools allowing you to go back in time and access your personal Twitter archives. TweetStory Do you like “On... [Read More...]
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Author: Elaine Ip
Even the most innovative marketers sometimes hit a wall when it comes to creating content. It can feel like there’s nothing left to say, but that’s never actually the case. Here are six ways to keep your content fresh and flowing.
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The majority of marketers still do not document their content plans in any way. Here are the eight most frequently cited reasons (excuses?) and the Content Marketing Institute founder's advice on how to address each one. Continue reading →
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Too many companies keep marketing and sales separated into two teams. This silo mentality affects the bottom line. If marketing and sales work together, revenue could grow upwards of 10% annually. Here are 10 ways to get started. Continue reading →
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