The Top Content Marketing and SEO Analysis Tools For Small Business Owners | HuffPost

The Importance Of Budgeting For Content Marketing In 2017

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I’m having an intense case of déjà vu. It’s fall again, which means it’s time to plan your budget for the coming year. How to budget for content marketing is one of the most common conversations I hear during this time of year. I could talk about the importance of setting the right content marketing […]
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SEO 2017: 8 Crucial Rules For Dominating Google’s Search Results

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From its earliest days, Google’s core search algorithm offered the most relevant and most organic search results quickly and accurately on a simple site with an iconic logo that has now become synonymous with the search giant’s business. Searching amidst the world’s vast data, Google cleverly cataloged and categorized pages using its PageRank formula, which assessed the […]
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How To Make The Most Of PPC Conversions Through Lead Nurturing | HuffPost

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Successful PPC campaigns don’t just drive clicks and landing page conversions — they drive sales. So if you’re ending your PPC marketing efforts after visitors convert on your website, you’re leaving money on the table. In fact, the Annuitas Group reports that businesses that use marketing automation to nurture prospects experience a 451% increase in […]
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Advantages of a Marketing Plan

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Marketing plans help organizations identify key objectives, capture opportunities, avoid threats, and leverage core competencies. Marketing plans provide a basis to set tasks and organize work efforts towards the strategies that should have the greatest impact for the organization. Marketing Plan Advantages Creates Alignment The biggest advantage of a marketing plan is building a bridge […]
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Three Big Ideas That Will Drive Digital Marketing in 2017 | HuffPost

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As brands look at their planning for 2017, it’s time to ask which consumer trends are going to drive next year’s most effective digital marketingstrategies? There are three big ideas that will drive digital marketing strategies in the coming year. They have to do with the changing demands of today’s digital consumer. So what are […]
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5 Advanced Local PPC Techniques

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Unless you run a huge corporation with locations in multiple countries, and your products and services are available globally, it’s more likely that you want to reach a certain area with your advertising. If you run a bakery in Chicago, then you want to reach people who are actually in the Chicago area that can […]
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6 Tips for SEO and Marketing in 2016 | Inc.com

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SEO and marketing has changed in 2016. They are more closely interlinked than ever before. You have to bring together your SEO and marketing teams in order to gain the most traffic and most conversions for your company. This guide will introduce you to a number of ways in which your company can make a […]
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How to Save Time (Time Saving Rules)

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There are thousands of piddling, trivial things anyone could do to save time. But this article focuses on the general things that anyone can do that will actually make a big change in the amount of time you have to do what you want to do. Best of all, each of the ten time-saving rules below […]
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4 Reasons Business Development Is Like NFL Football

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“Life is just a game of inches. So is football. Because in either game, life or football, the margin for error is so small. I mean, one half step too late or too early, you don’t quite make it. One half second too slow or too fast, and you don’t quite catch it. The inches […]
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