Some businesses just need a nice checklist to work from when executing their social media strategy… so here’s a great one (updated for 2017!) developed by the whole brain group. It’s a great, balanced approach to publishing and participating in social media to help build your audience and community. Social media platforms are constantly innovating, so they have updated their checklist to reflect all the latest and greatest features of the most popular social media
Brian Downard of Eliv8 has done another fantastic job on this infographic and his online marketing checklist (download) where he includes this checklist for growing your email list. We’ve been working our email list, and I’m going to incorporate some of these methods: Create Landing Pages – We believe every page is a landing page… so the question is do you have an opt-in methodology on every page of your site via desktop or mobile?
Have we yelled enough about visual content? I don’t think so. We’ve already shared a couple of infographics on visual storytelling and how utilizing a variety of types of visual content continue to be effective. I was explaining this process to a local retailer this week and they were really having a difficult time believing the impact that daily visual content shared online could help their business. While I was there, I took a 10
I’m not sure you’ll find a more thorough discussion of the advantages and strategies behind using Slideshare for B2B marketing than The A-to-Z Guide to SlideShare from Feldman Creative. The combination of the complete article and the below infographic are fantastic. SlideShare targets business users. SlideShare traffic is driven largely by search and social. Over 70% come via direct search. Traffic from business owners is 4X greater than Facebook. Traffic is truly global. More than
I had the pleasure of doing a webinar yesterday as part of Instant E-Training’s Content Marketing Virtual Summit. You can still register for free, watch the recordings, and download the ebooks and presentations. My specific topic is on a strategy we’ve been working with our clients on for the last few years – identifying gaps in their content strategy that help them build authority and drive conversions. While quality of content is paramount to our
Usablenet has prepared a new series of infographics that illustrate the rapid evolution of mobile in the travel industry, with stats speaking to the rise of the modern mobile traveler, the surprising results a mobile loyalty program can have on booking frequency, how millennials are prioritizing mobile in their travel decisions, and more. The full series includes takeaways such as: Millennials lead the mobile travel charge: most mobile travelers are consumers between 25-44 years old.