Remember the kindergarten exercise, show and tell? Well, based on its more mobile-friendly News Feed redesign, it appears Facebook will now be more show than tell. Or, to be more precise, it will be burying the tell in billions of pictures.
Finally! You’ve made it through the long and arduous process of developing a new content offer. You’ve chosen a topic, gone through the painstaking process of developing a great piece of content, built the landing page and its calls-to-action, and you know where it’s going to live on your website.
The rapidly growing user bases of photo-centric sites like Instagram and Pinterest, and the recent image-focused redesign of Facebook’s News Feed are two of many indicators that visual content is a force to be reckoned with in marketing. According to 3M Corporation, 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual. And on Facebook alone, our […]
Nowadays, it feels like every social network and online platform has some sort of tool designed for marketers. Whether we know it or not, many of these networks and services are adding business pages, analytics, and even automation into their functionality.
Google’s pretty good at surfacing relevant content based on your search query. But sometimes you need something so insanely specific that a general keyword phrase doesn’t really do it for you, especially for marketers on the hunt for a specific piece of content. Enter the Google site:search. This allows you to search just one domain […]
The Next Web published a great article recently calling out a company, Fab, for their pretty remarkable email opt-out campaign. That’s right, they run an automated email opt-out campaign. What makes this campaign stand out from the crowd is that Fab isn’t just emailing their unengaged contacts to see if they want to change their preference settings […]
I’ve always considered myself quite the sneak when it comes to marketing on Facebook. But today, I learned that Facebook has been keeping secrets from me, too … Due to Facebook’s heretofore rather strict guidelines on what businesses can and cannot do when it comes to cover photos — specifically, the rule that businesses can’t […]
Newsjacking may sound like a dirty word, but in these cases, it’s definitely being done for good. Being that today is World Water Day, we found it very relevant to highlight some nonprofits and companies that are trying something different to raise a ton of money, via one dedicated day of fundraising.
In 2012, one industry raked in $13 million in revenue. Excuse me, I had a frog in my throat, what I meant to say was $13 billion. $13 billion in revenue. Know who I’m talking about? That’s right, the event and trade show industry is the one rollin’ in dough. Now ask yourself … how […]