I just came from the gym after a long hiatus. I didn’t jump full bore back into my old routine. That would’ve been painful. I have a… Read more “It Always Turns Into Money!”
Tag: Email Marketing
What Makes Content Compelling?
“Use the time of a total stranger in such a way that he or she will not feel the time was wasted.” – Kurt Vonnegut “Compelling” is… Read more “What Makes Content Compelling?”
DIY Tip #5: Linking your Social Media Accounts
With all the interconnectivity between social media platforms these days, it can be confusing knowing what and how to link them all together. Facebook will connect to… Read more “DIY Tip #5: Linking your Social Media Accounts”
Fighting “Feast or Famine”
Among the things my clients will often hear me rail against is haphazard marketing. Many small businesses fall into a bad habit of only marketing when they… Read more “Fighting “Feast or Famine””
Stop Focusing on Virality
Speaking of sharing, I share this opinion. Be sure to follow the links in this piece as they lead to some very thought-provoking content – about content.
Case Study: John Howard Swain
I’m happy to report that I’ve been busy launching two new content marketing campaigns. One of them is for Intentional Shift, a group of women led by… Read more “Case Study: John Howard Swain”
Don’t Put Fancy Before Fundamentals
I like simple content marketing campaigns because people often get caught up in, and overwhelmed by, all the fancy techno-babble out there about conversion rates, email frequency,… Read more “Don’t Put Fancy Before Fundamentals”
LinkedIn’s growth is also slowing
This is worth a read for anyone using LinkedIn as a marketing platform.
A/B Testing Helps Focus Your Campaign
A/B testing is when you run two different versions of something, such as a Facebook ad or a landing page, with subtle variations to see which one… Read more “A/B Testing Helps Focus Your Campaign”
Mozilla: Champion of Equality…Some Restrictions Apply
Happy Sunday! I found this thoughtful and provocative piece that I hope you’ll enjoy with your morning coffee. – Ray Schaub