Mon.Apr 30, 2012

Five of the All-Time Biggest Blogging Questions Answered

grow - Practical Marketing Solutions

As I teach and speak, I start to see certain themes in the questions I’m asked. Here are the most common questions I am asked about blogging and some answers! How do I get started with blogging? Start with your strategy. What are you trying to do and why?

Three Requirements as Marketers, Agencies and Publishers Converge

Digital B2B Marketing

In April Crain Communications, the publisher of BtoB Magazine, announced the creation of CrainsSocial , a new marketing services group offering social media solutions to marketers. This is one more introduction in a long line of changes that are blurring traditional roles in the marketing landscape.

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Defining Link Metrics that Impact SEO Link Building Development

KoMarketing Associates

As SEO becomes more involved in the marketing initiatives of the organization, search marketing professionals work in greater coordination with additional team members and departments. Last week our SEO team met with an organization’s marketing communications team.

Why Twitter Needs to Change to Keep Up with Social Media Marketing


Guest post by Nisha Kaushal. Twitter has long dominated the social media scene in terms of spreading the word to a lot of people at once. The reach of Twitter is incredible. For every one person that reads a comment of yours on Facebook , there’s a chance that a dozen will read it on Twitter.

25 Content Marketing Questions Answered

Featuring LinkedIn's Jason Miller & Curata's Pawan Deshpande

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Ten Takeaways from BlueGlass LA: The Internet Marketing Experience Part 1

Modern B2B Marketing

by Jason Miller Last week I attended what I consider to be the best marketing conference I have ever been to, Blueglass LA. Thought leaders galore, a modest but intimate 125 attendee cap, and networking for the ages.

What to Do if Your Search Rankings Were Hurt by Google's Penguin Update


Have ya heard? A new animal may be wreaking havoc on your ability to get found in search. But this time, it doesn't take the form of a black and white bear. No -- this time, it's even more deceptively cute and harmless. This time. it's a penguin.

Do large companies need to specialize in their markets?


Photo credit: Wikipedia. Most of you know that a great deal of my consulting is for large businesses, and–especially if you work for a small business–you might think that large businesses don’t need to specialize.

Customer Favorites: Top 7 Webinars Everyone’s Watching

Vertical Response

Every Wednesday we host free webinars to help you learn more about email marketing, social media or events for your business, and much more. The webinars are also recorded and posted on our help site so a wider audience can benefit from them.

The Content Marketing Pyramid

The Ultimate Framework To Develop & Execute Your Content Marketing Strategy

Social Spinoffs - Klout, Instagram, and Pinterest Revisited


Social media oozes innovation, and websites like Twitter and Facebook have directly resulted in the creation of other websites such as tweetstats, crowdbooster , and bufferapp ?which which monitor, report, and provide metrics for your social activity. ?In