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Quinn Whissen of Vertical Measures outlined six ways to clear out older content clutter and give one’s strategy a fresh start for the year on Marketing Land. From performing a content audit to setting conrete key performance indicators to move towards within 90 days, Whissen’s checklist will ensure the continual forward momentum of a content strategy.
Jeff Hinkle made a case for hiring journalists to create content on the Vertical Measures blog. Hinkle lists six reasons why journalists can make the perfect addition to and help round out any content team.
Joshua Nite posted on TopRank about video marketing campaigns for brands. He examines six campaigns that showcase exemplary use of content marketing best practices to tell stories with visual interest.
An infographic on common blog writing mistakes created by GrammarCheck was the main focus of Jennifer Frost’s post on Relevance. The infographic covers common errors in sentence structure, punctuation, organization and grammar.
Jill DuPre wrote about keyword research sources on the Clix Marketing blog. DuPre explains how to gain keyword insight from Twitter, customer reviews, Pinterest and the search tool Soolve.
On The SEM Post, Ron Dod examined how SEO and PPC can work together to maximize ROI. Dod focuses on using PPC data for SEO targeting and using retargeting to show the value of organic search traffic and get these users back to the site to convert.
Suzanne Delzio posted on Social Media Examiner about paid social media. Delzio shares recent insights on the effectiveness of paid social media marketing to help businesses looking to bolster their efforts figure out where to spend their money.
Sarah Williams delved into how to build an large, healthy and interactive Instagram following on jeffbullas.com. She provides five tips to attract followers and create a bustling profile.
Chris Lake wrote on Search Engine Watch about what to do when one’s site has been hit with a Google penalty. Stressing not to panic, Lake goes over fifteen key steps to take towards remedying the problem.
Matt Southern reported on Google’s plan to finally do away with PageRank on Search Engine Watch. He runs through the history of the gradual phasing out of PageRank and what the complete cessation of its support means for how Google weighs inbound links as a ranking signal.
On Moz, John Doherty talked about the benefits of solid SEO practices such as link building for startups. Doherty looked at the top fifty-five startup domains that appear most often within backlink reports, their top link building tactics and the effects these links have on the startups’ ability to get funding.
David Farkas published a beginner’s toolkit to link building on Page One Power. The post focuses on the simple, practical and necessary tactics and tools one needs to utilize to begin a successful link building campaign.
- Be sure to check out Arnie Kuenn’s half-day workshop on “The Proven 8-Step Formula to Content Marketing” as well as his presentation on research tactics for content topics.
- Don’t miss out on Arnie Kuenn’s pre-conference workshop on “The Proven 8-Step Formula to Content Marketing” in addition to his research tactics for content topics speaker session.
- The Weekly Measure: Adapting Transparency Within Content, PPC Pet Peeves & Using Pinterest to Drive Traffic
- The Weekly Measure: Defining Content Marketing, Reacting to Facebook Reactions & the Art of Emojis
- The Weekly Measure: Clearing Up Link Rot, the Evolution of Active Social Users & Creating Relevant Content
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