Tap into the power of online surveys not only to guide your marketing choices but to fuel original research for your content. Marc Schenker shares tips from experts at SurveyMonkey.
All tweets are breaking lose! Lori Hil jumps into the abyss of the new 280-character limit and shows great examples of how users and brands are making the most of it.
This week, Twitter’s 280-character update throws everyone for a loop. Instagram looks to let users follow hashtags; and Adobe hopes to show you another part of your job that artificial intelligence can do better than you.
As companies grow, so must their brands. lf you’re considering your first major rebrand, memorize seven core mantras to help you focus on success, whether you’re overhauling your website or completely re-envisioning your content strategy.
Better organize your content feeds to keep your ideas flowing. Ben Beck reviews three popular content curation tools: Feedly, Storify and Pocket.
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Tech writers are in high demand. Learn what it takes to be a great one in our interview with Erik Sherman, an expert business and technology writer who’s written for The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, Inc., and other top publications.
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This week: Key takeaways from CMI’s latest B2B report; Pew Research sheds light on how we use social for news; plus new rollouts and updates from FB and IG.
Content marketers, stop using social media simply for amplification. Neal Schaffer outlines the steps to developing a killer content strategy for social beyond distribution alone.
Refresh your content strategy with insights from several top market research tools. Ben Beck explores marketing tech to help you generate more effective ideas.
Independent producer and career freelancer Lena Katz shares her tips and favorite apps for keeping yourself accountable when it comes to your own productivity.
Leave Twitter tirades to the trolls. Find inspiration from leading brands using social media for the greater good.
This week, Facebook ads get dragged into the limelight. Also, Instagram lets you go live with friends; and more companies are creating in-house content.
Respecting freelancers’ time and value is key to a good working relationship. Learn when you should reasonably expect to pay freelance writers more than a standard rate — so you don’t drive away good talent.
Tap into interactive content to help your brick-and-mortar business score big in Q4. Get tips to attract and win new customers with your own Facebook Messenger games.
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