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What the Top 4 Social Networks Can Do For Your Social Commerce Revenue
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The social commerce marketplace has grown more than 4-fold since 2012. Then, social commerce represented some $3 billion in retail sales. In 2015, social commerce accounts for some $14 billion. That’s one heck of a growth trajectory. Indeed, nearly all social platforms provide a commerce offering for retailers and shoppers alike. In doing so, social […]

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6 Reasons Why Marketers Should Bet on Podcasting
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It started with a few tweets here and there asking me to start a podcast (“I don’t have time to read all your blog posts!”), a couple of guest appearances on hangouts and other marketing podcasts, and next thing I know, for Inbound Marketing Week this year, I launched The Superheroes of Marketing podcast. There […]

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3 Neuroscience Findings That'll Make You a Better Marketer
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Marketers are constantly trying to grab the attention of their audience in new and innovative ways. This feat is made more and more challenging by the influx of data and data-related searches on the internet. Let’s play a little game of “Did You Know?” with the help of research from the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Did […]

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9 Best Tools to Help You Edit Blog Posts Better
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Blogging is an important part of your business strategy. Often, a blog post will be the first impression a prospect has of your company. Getting things just right can be overwhelming. In this post, I’ll outline some of the best tools to help you keep a solid editorial flow from idea to publish. You will […]

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Practical Advice From Rand Fishkin on 9 Common Marketing Problems
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Even if you don’t know Rand Fishkin by name, you probably have heard about some of the organizations he’s co-founded (Moz, Inbound.org) or seen his Whiteboard Friday lectures. Or maybe you’ve heard of the acronym “TAGFEE,” one he and Moz cohorts created to explain their code of conduct: Transparent, Authentic, Generous, Fun, Empathetic, and Exceptional. Recently, Rand hosted an Ask Me […]

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7 Data-Backed Tips for Sending Better Emails [Infographic]
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Like many other marketing channels, email is constantly evolving — and it’s up to marketers, sales reps, and other professionals to stay on top of these changes. Ask yourself: Are your email campaigns optimized based on current, relevant data? To help you put your best email foot forward, we collaborated with Market Domination Media to create the infographic below. […]

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50 Examples of Gorgeous Homepage Designs [Free Lookbook]
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Here at HubSpot, we’ve created several resources that can assist you during the website design or redesign process (like this Excel workbook, and this SEO guide). But we also recognize that even if you’re considering a website redesign, you might not be ready to get into the nitty gritty of the redesign process quite yet. Maybe you’ve […]

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Is Personalization Creepy? 6 Experts Weigh In
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This post originally appeared on Agency Post. To read more content like this, subscribe to Agency Post. You would think that personalization of content and ads would be a welcome tactic, considering how many people complain about irrelevant advertising. But many marketers are concerned about crossing the line; of being seen as “Big Brother.” And not all customers […]

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New European Social Media Benchmarks: How Does Your Company Stack Up?
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Do you spend hours reporting on your monthly marketing activities, but are not really sure how you’re performing among your industry peers? Do you find it difficult to find social media stats related to your industry? Are you currently developing or revisiting your social media strategy, and unsure of how many times you should post or what […]

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