The last time you wanted to send your coworker a hilarious article, how did you do it? Tweet at them? Post it on their Facebook wall? Probably not … their cube is literally two feet away from yours. I’d venture a guess you IMed or emailed it to them — or maybe even asked them […]
Do you know how much one pin on Pinterest — yep, one measly pin — is worth to your company’s bottom line? I’d place a bet that most marketers don’t. Most marketers (especially those in the B2B sector) are worried more about the overall growth and success of their Pinterest strategy — not the unit […]
I’m sick of looking at you, website. We started off well. You were a major improvement over my last website. But the thing is, you’re just not working for me anymore. It’s not your fault. The truth is, things have changed — I’ve changed. My businesses needs and you are just not compatible anymore. It’s time I start […]
With All Hallows’ Eve behind us now, the holiday season is officially in full swing. Yep — that means finalizing those plans to head back home for Thanksgiving and getting going with your holiday shopping. Fun stuff, am I right? It can be easy for your focus at work to go in and out sporadically […]
Planning a website redesign can be pretty daunting. After all, we’ve all heard the nightmares about the “website redesign gone wrong.” (Or lived them.) There’s the company who went way over budget. There’s the company who had to quit half way
The entry below is part of a new series on Inbound Hub called Storytellers, which will feature interviews with prolific storytellers from all walks of life: designers, comedians, marketers, journalists, and content marketing experts, discussing how they shape inspiring stories on a daily basis.
Sometimes, old-school is a good thing. We love Throwback Thursday, 80s-themed parties, and Chuck Taylors (which have made a triumphant comeback). Unfortunately, old-school isn’t so trendy when it describes your company’s public relations strategy.
This post originally appeared on Up and to the Right, a new section of Inbound Hub. Read more content like this by subscribing to UATTR here. Lots of people are upset about a recent policy change at Google whereby the search giant announced it will start using the names and
A few years ago, if you asked me what SEO came down to, I would have said two things: keywords and inbound links. Keywords placed properly in your content boosted your site’s relevancy to a given search, and inbound links from other sites acted as a vote of confidence for your site’s authority on the […]