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Why You Might Want to Be More Negative in Your Marketing
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Ever wake up on the wrong side of the bed? Of course you have. We all have. Ever wake up on the wrong side of the bed, and then have to be cheery? Like, interact in social media? Write an engaging blog post? Put together a lovable email marketing campaign? Ugh. Those are the times […]

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Native Advertising Is Broken: Here's How to Fix It
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Native advertising is all the rage these days. Companies like BuzzFeed and ShareThrough have based their business models on the notion that in-stream, organic-like content will save the day and finally allow everyone to retire those tired and underperforming banner ads to a nice tropical island far, far away.

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How to Search an Entire Website in Google With Site:Search [Quick Tip]
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Google’s pretty good at surfacing relevant content based on your search query. But sometimes you need something so insanely specific that a general keyword phrase doesn’t really do it for you, especially for marketers on the hunt for a specific piece of content. Enter the Google site:search. This allows you to search just one domain […]

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Pinterest Introduces Web Analytics, and Other Marketing Stories of the Week
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Email. Search engines. All those social networks. These channels and platforms are what make inbound marketing possible. Think about it. Without search engines, how would prospects find the content they’re looking for? If there were no such thing as social media, how could businesses still have scalable interactions with thousands of customers and prospects? Sometimes […]

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How to Survive Google's Pending Panda Update
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It appears the Google search spam team has a busy year planned. Matt Cutts recently attended SMX west and gave details on what updates they have planned for 2013. And guess what? There will be an update of both Google Panda and Penguin this year.  Surprised? Probably not. Google’s updating their algorithm all the time […]

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How to Stop Buying Lists & Start Building an Opt-In Email Database
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It’s difficult, I know. If you’ve been buying lists since … well, the dawn of Marketing. It’s hard to imagine another way of doing things. Even as your lists get worse and worse (along with the results they drive), it just feels like that’s the way things are. You just have to buy more lists, […]

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Facebook Overhauls Its News Feed, and Other Marketing Stories of the Week
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There were some serious changes this week from Facebook, Google, and Twitter that are going to have an impact on the inbound marketing world. What’s the scoop, and how will it impact your marketing tactics and campaigns? So glad you asked. In this week’s round-up, we’ll give you the juicy details on what you need […]

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Why Function Trumps Form in Inbound Marketing Creative
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Advertising is a blend of art and commerce. It’s art because it needs to make a compelling, emotional connection with an audience. It’s commerce because, at the end of the day, it needs to sell product. Sadly, the broader marketing and advertising industry is obsessed with creating ads that win creativity-based awards. And everyone in […]

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Twitter Reducing Some Tweets' Character Limit, and Other Marketing Stories of the Week
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It’s no secret that inbound marketing is a fast paced and growing industry, much like the world of technology. Many companies are utilizing the evolution of social and marketing technologies to find new ways to deliver advertisments to their audience. Our social networks are learning more and more about us every day, and online services […]

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