The end of the year typically entails some last-minute Christmas shopping, finalizing plans to see family and friends, and — if you’re marketers like us — prepping for next year’s campaigns. It also means we get to enjoy some of the most heartwarming and humorous marketing efforts we’ll see all year.
This post originally appeared on Inbound Ecommerce, a new section of Inbound Hub. Subscribe here to read more content like this from Inbound Ecommerce. With your marketing dollars driving traffic to your ecommerce site this holiday season, you may think you can sit back and watch all the new customers roll in.
There are a few essentials every inbound marketer should keep in their back pocket, like a new blog topic, a unique social media voice, an inviting homepage, and a passport. You may have noticed that one of these things is not like the other.
About this time every year, something happens. No, I’m not talking about people celebrating holiday festivities, nor am I talking about your boss’ crazy leftover budget spending. I’m talking about those marketing predictions posts. You know — the ones that try to guess what the next year will bring for all of us marketers
This post originally appeared on Inbound Insiders, a new section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Inbound Insiders. Perfectionism is a marketer’s worst enemy. When you spend too much time sweating the details, you risk slowing down your momentum.
It can be hard to focus on creating content at this time of year — what with office chocolates in abundance, festive songs ringing out, and the general air of excitement for the season. So as you add the final touches to your last pieces of content for 2013, why not take a minute to […]
Ever have one of those moments when a family member does something that just makes you slap your forehead and think, “How are we related?!” Like when your Uncle Davy asks you very loudly when the wedding is the first time you bring your significant other to a holiday gathering. Yeah — absolutely mortifying.
One of the biggest problems with growing a dedicated following on Vine is that you couldn’t share your profile with other people. The only way people could find and follow you was through a link on an individual vine. I couldn’t share a link of my Vine profile with anyone directly without some serious hacking […]
The days remaining in 2013 are few, and 2014 is just around the corner — things you undoubtedly know already. But here’s something you may have forgotten about: There’s not much time left to finish up your holiday shopping. (Gasp! We know.)