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.
For over 20 years, I have spent most of my career largely in a world filled with sales and marketing professionals, and I am often baffled that one group will often embrace a new technique or method, while the other will completely ignore it. No place is this more apparent than in the world of […]
Often, we inbound marketers learn from inbound marketing blogs written by inbound marketers who sell inbound marketing software or run inbound marketing agencies … and it can get kind of stale. We’re all writing and reading about the same thing, so it becomes this vortex of similar content that can be hard to sift through […]
You’ll never believe it, but there was a time when humans lived without being blasted by advertising everywhere they turned. In fact, before brands started cramming messages into every communication channel on earth (some even in outer space), “advertising” was simply a helpful suggestion for something you might need — like soap, for instance.
Social media, especially Twitter, requires a lot of effort in order to extract business value. But with over 200 million active users, the probability that your prospects, leads, and customers are using the Twitter is high. This means conversations that could drive business value are happening; they’re just surrounded by irrelevant clutter.
Twitter is a cool platform, but it’s got some problems. It’s just so cluttered, you know? There’s so much content, and it’s so text-based, it’s pretty hard to get people excited about scrolling through that hectic Twitter timeline. But Twitter gets it. And I think that’s why we’ve been seeing so much experimentation on their
There’s been a lot of buzz about social media this week, especially around social search and visual content. Companies like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Microsoft have all made some great new additions to their features to improve the social experience for their users.
Community managers are less technical and more seasoned than is often portrayed, with an average of eight years of work experience and three years of community management experience, according to a recent report. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
As we all know, content creation isn’t as simple as just stringing together a few words and clicking “publish.” At least all high-quality content creators know this. From start to finish, content creation has quite a few steps if you really think about it — concepting, production, and the whole editorial process. Unfortunately, it’s that […]