Happy weekend! Time for more marketing in under 100 words. Today, it’s do-it-yourself design. First, learn some basic design terms and keep the non-designer’s guide to Photoshop handy.
By now you may have heard of this conference we’re having called INBOUND. Ya know, the one with over 140 sessions led by talented speakers, and a bunch of other hidden gems we spilled the beans on last Friday. We told you about our keynoters Seth Godin, Arianna Huffington, Nate Silver, and Scott Harrison. But […]
Usually, when Facebook makes a change to its interface or News Feed algorithm, the company just up and does it. One day you’ll log into Facebook and everything suddenly looks different, and you’re scrambling to figure out what the heck is going on and how the new feature may affect your marketing.
When Pinterest first opened its doors to the public, many people thought it was just a fad. They said it was “only” a social network for stay-at-home moms and people planning their weddings. Despite the fact that that its target demo (women in the U.S.) controls 85% of consumer purchases, naysayers believed that there wasn’t […]
Do those search engine optimized press releases you’re sending actually boost your search rankings? What about those guest blog posts you’re writing? While the question of whether anchor text links in press releases ever actually pass search value has always been debatable, a recent update from Google seems to shed some more light on these […]
Once you hit ‘send’ on an email, its fate is in the hands of the email gods. In other words, things like recipients’ email clients, the devices they’re using to open it, and their browsers. Your recipients could see an email that’s beautifully designed, perfectly aligned, and the optimal size … or those graphical elements might […]
This week, brands everywhere started to switch things up. New features, new monetization models, and even new data cropped up everywhere … and you’ve got to make sense of all of these new shiny objects in case they could be a great opportunity in your marketing.
I know what you’re thinking: “Finally? But I already have Graph Search!” Well, then you were one of the lucky ones. If you can recall, in January, we reported on the announcement of Graph Search, but it was just that … an announcement. The tool was in beta, available only to a limited number of users. I, […]
Attending an inspiring conference session can often elicit a response similar to that of getting off an exhilarating roller coaster. You’re pumped. Excited. You’re reviewing every twist and turn with your fellow riders with pure joy. You may even want to ride again.