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    Successful Blog

  • How to Generate Online Leads for Your Local Business
    I was thinking the other day about lead lists. Do you remember those? They were lists compiled by marketing or sales agencies, occasionally by individuals, then sold. The idea was to have a huge list of potential customers right there at your fingertips, cutting out the work involved in generating... Read more »
  • How to Build up Your Career by Showing Off Your Uniqueness
    You have probably read every online article and magazine tip rundown on getting an employers attention that has been written in the last several years. I know that I have. But I have noticed that the same advice is constantly given: firm handshake, eye contact, seem relaxed but diligent, remain... Read more »
  • How to Know if Your Marketing Strategy is Working
    It’s easy to be impatient, but you know you can’t expect to see amazing results from your marketing strategy overnight. Results take time, but as a small business, you don’t have a lot of time to waste. This creates a dilemma – how long do you wait things out before... Read more »
  • Three Strategies for Achieving Business Growth
    As a small business, growth is what will make or break you. If you don’t adapt to the current economy and maximize your success, the outlook is very bleak. In today’s world, where a terrifying number of SMEs fail within the first five years, it’s imperative to take a proactive... Read more »
  • Build a Foundation that Will Grow with You
    Like love, the course of running a successful business never did run smoothly. Chalk it up to the sheer number of variables – on both a macro and a micro level – that a business has to deal with. Regardless of how much time and effort you pour into planning... Read more »
  • Should Computers Have Warning Labels – The Disgraceful State Of Computer Safety
    Whether we like it or not, the U.S. Government is hell bent to protect us from the bogeyman. From head to toe, food, drink and other enjoyable vice is under incessant attack from foundations and organizations to keep us safe. Smoking (and you thought it was sex?) is the most... Read more »
  • Why Your Company Is Chasing Too Many Bad Sales Leads
    Many companies don’t do enough upfront work to qualify their new sales leads. They simply pass every single sales lead through to the sales team, even if the prospect is nowhere near ready to buy or is even a good fit for what the company sells. According to statistics cited... Read more »
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    ShoutMeLoud

  • SE Ranking Review – Features, Pricing & Pros, Cons (2022)
    What are the features of SE Ranking SEO tool? When should you be using SE Ranking? Should you ditch Ahrefs or Semrush for SE Ranking? We will look into all these and more in this detailed SE Ranking review. What is SE Ranking: SE Ranking is a SEO tool that... Read more »
  • 15+ Affiliate Marketing Tools Every Marketer Needs (2022 Resource)
    Looking for affiliate marketing tools that could increase your affiliate earnings? I love tools, and previously I have shared top blogging tools and top YouTube tools, and today I’m sharing my affiliate marketing toolbox that will help you grow faster in the field of affiliate marketing. I’m intentionally skipping some... Read more »
  • What is Affiliate Marketing & How To Get Started in 2022 (Beginners)
    In making money online, affiliate marketing is a skill-based approach, anyone could learn that. It is one of those segments of the online world, that doesn’t require any degree or formal education. Want to understand what is Affiliate marketing? Keep reading to learn everything about this popular passive income method.... Read more »
  • How To Pick A Profitable Blog Niche? (Correct way in 2022)
    This is by far the most important article you will ever read before you start a blog. The knowledge of blog niche will define your future success or lack of this knowledge, might lead to failure. There are countless people who started a blog and had quit it before they could have... Read more »
  • How To Make Money Blogging (The Practical Guide for 2022)
    Can you make money blogging? What are the various ways to make money from blogging? How much can I earn? Can I talk about my life and make money? What should I blog about to make money? If you are asking any of the above questions, well you have come... Read more »
  • Keyword Research for SEO – The Ultimate Guide For Beginners (2022)
    Use the proper keyword and you will get more search engine traffic… Optimize your website keywords and you will reach your business goals… How many times have you gotten such advices in your journey as a business owner or wannabe SEO? Probably a lot. That’s because keywords and keyword research... Read more »
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    Seth's Blog

  • Significant hurdles
    If your plan, your idea or your art doesn’t involve any significant hurdles in moving forward, it’s probably not worth that much. If it were easy, everyone would do it. The tactic is to seek a path where you see and understand the significant hurdles that kept others away. And... Read more »
  • Demand responsibility
    Plenty of people insist on freedom and independence. More rare and far more effective is to claim responsibility instead. “I’ve got this,” can go a long way.... Read more »
  • Two kinds of good cooks
    One is very skilled at following the recipe. Quality control, consistency and diligence. The other understands how the recipe works, sees patterns and opportunities and changes the recipe to fit the problem to be solved. It’s about metaphor in addition to process. Both are useful. If you think this is... Read more »
  • 10 reps
    If you can do it once, you might be able to do it ten times. And if you do it ten times, it will become a skill and a practice. You’ll do it more naturally and more often. Sending a note, changing your mind, throwing a ball, offering a kind... Read more »
  • VideoStarting with agreement
    Resilient systems are better than fragile ones. Leave the campsite better than you found it. Clean air is better than dirty air. It’s more reliable to invest in things that produce positive impacts over time. When the numbers add up, believe them People who show their work are more likely... Read more »
  • Compounded luck
    If you and I play a game of cards, the winner will largely be decided by luck. Get good cards and you come out ahead. If you and I play 100 games of backgammon, the better player will win, because the luck of the dice regress to the mean, evening... Read more »
  • “And then what happens”
    We’re not very good at predicting the future. We’re very good at being aware of the urgency of the moment, and familiar with our need to deal with emergencies. Before we react, though, it might be worth asking “and then what happens,” five times. Five steps from here to there…... Read more »
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    Duct Tape Marketing

  • Weekend Favs July 2
    Weekend Favs July 2 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but I encourage you to check... Read more »
  • mp32 Out-Of-The-Box Ways To Generate Referrals
    2 Out-Of-The-Box Ways To Generate Referrals written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with John Jantsch In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I’m doing the final part of a five-episode solo show series where I’m covering one of my favorite topics: referrals. You... Read more »
  • mp3What It Means To Humanize A Brand (And How To Do It Well)
    What It Means To Humanize A Brand (And How To Do It Well) written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Jacqueline Lieberman In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jacqueline Lieberman. Jacqueline is the former Managing Partner and the Head... Read more »
  • 7 Magic Words To Stop Scope Creep
    7 Magic Words To Stop Scope Creep written by Sara Nay read more at Duct Tape Marketing About the show: The Agency Spark Podcast, hosted by Sara Nay, is a collection of short-form interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consultancy and agency space. Each episode focuses on a single... Read more »
  • Weekend Favs June 25
    Weekend Favs June 25 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but I encourage you to check... Read more »
  • mp3The Strategy Behind Building A Thriving Online Community For Your Brand
    The Strategy Behind Building A Thriving Online Community For Your Brand written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Jenny Weigle In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jenny Weigle. Jenny has been creating, executing, and reviewing strategies for online communities... Read more »
  • How To Make Your Clients Successful So They Never Want To Leave
    How To Make Your Clients Successful So They Never Want To Leave written by Sara Nay read more at Duct Tape Marketing About the show: The Agency Spark Podcast, hosted by Sara Nay, is a collection of short-form interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consultancy and agency space. Each... Read more »
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    Convince and Convert

  • 11 Marketing Experts Reveal Their #1 Social Media Advertising Tip
    Let’s talk social media.  We all use it. It’s a platform that reaches billions of users, making it the perfect place for businesses to reach their audience.  Source So while social media advertising is undeniably effective, it can also be pretty tricky to get right. There are a lot of... Read more »
  • 5 Easy Steps To Running An Effective Social Media Audit
    Over three billion people around the world use social media every month. Out of this, 75% feel that social media platforms play a key role in their purchasing mindset. This shows how a good social media strategy is a must for businesses that want to come out on top. But... Read more »
  • 3 Key Elements to Effectively Target Gen Z with Social Media Advertisting
    Let’s cut straight to it. How the heck do we reach Gen-Z through social media advertising? It’s already halfway through 2022 and approaching this generation seems like the most daunting task.  Gen-Z knows the ins and outs of the latest trends, are hyper-focused on digital, and undeniably has the shortest... Read more »
  • Don’t Ignore Social Commerce
    When 2022 began and the world was optimistic for a post-pandemic era, trend spotters predicted (despite the opening of brick-and-mortar stores) that e-commerce would continue to grow.   According to a recent industry report, e-commerce will account for 20.4% of global retail sales by the end of 2022, up from 10%... Read more »
  • 6 Types of Social Media Ads That Drive Solid Results
    We can all agree that an organic social media strategy is great, mainly for its cost advantage. But it also takes a lot of manpower and time to get your content in front of the right eyes. Investing in different types of social media ads guarantees faster results.  However, as... Read more »
  • 5 Tools to Fine-Tune Your Social Media Advertising Strategy
    Social media advertising is a great way to quickly generate new customers and create a social media buzz around your (new) product. But it can be quite costly, especially if your team fails to continuously invest time into fine-tuning your strategy. Social media strategy needs constant tweaking, analyzing and learning... Read more »
  • Don’t Ignore Social Commerce
    When 2022 began and the world was optimistic for a post-pandemic era, trend spotters predicted (despite the opening of brick-and-mortar stores) that e-commerce would continue to grow.   According to a recent industry report, e-commerce will account for 20.4% of global retail sales by the end of 2022, up from 10%... Read more »
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    Marketing Profs

  • The Customer Data Conundrum: How CX Leaders Can Optimize Both Privacy and Personalization
    After 2+ years of major pivots and accelerated digital transformation, brands are now having to take a close look at how they handle customer data. To make absolutely necessary improvements, organizations must meet three challenges and implement a series of best-practices. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • How to Use Psychology in E-Commerce [Infographic]
    This infographic piece explores the decision-making process, different types of e-commerce behaviors, common psychological triggers, and psychology principles that influence conversions. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Three Ways to Get More PR for Your Business
    You know you've got the best service around. But does anyone else know it? Check out these three tips to increase brand awareness with more media coverage. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Five Ways Digital Attribution Can Improve ROAS for CTV/OTT Advertising
    Consumer ads have ruled CTV, but with the ever-decreasing gap between home and work life, that doesn't have to be the case. Here's how B2B advertisers can use digital attribution to take advantage of CTV. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • The Top Challenges Women Face in Revenue-Generating Roles
    Women in revenue-generating roles say compensation is the top challenge they face at work, according to recent research from Women in Revenue. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Three CX Tips to Turn Your Marketing Strategy From Ugly Duckling to Swan
    Your customers' experience should be seamless and smooth as a swan on water, which means making a shift in the inner workings of your company. Here are three tips to get there. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Seven Pillars of B2B Brand Reputation Management
    "Oh, that company? I hear it's shady..." Don't let that happen to you! Consistent vigilance over your media mentions can help manage your brand's reputation. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
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    Adweek

  • Meta to Pull the Plug on Novi Digital Wallet Sept. 1
    The last remaining flicker of light from the cryptocurrency flame ignited by Facebook and inherited by Meta will be extinguished Sept. 1. The company revealed on the website for its Novi digital wallet that Novi will no longer be available for use after Sept. 1, and that users should withdraw... Read more »
  • At Cannes, Industry Critics Discuss How the Climate Crisis Fuels Adland’s Talent Wars
    Study after study shows that Gen Z is stressed out about the climate. And when it comes to their careers, younger generations say they want their employer's actions to align with their values. But despite a growing movement to hold ad agencies accountable for the work they produce for clients... Read more »
  • Journalists May Prefer Twitter, But Their Readers Often Do Not
    Twitter is by far the most-used social media platform among journalists, but that does not necessarily hold true for consumers of their journalism, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. Pew senior researcher Jeffrey Gottfried and senior writer Mark Jurkowitz wrote in the introduction to the study, "More... Read more »
  • Halsey Gets Inspired by a Classic ’80s Music Video for Coke Studio
    After suffering a drop in sales during the pandemic, Coca-Cola refocused with a new global position in 2021, its first in half a decade. This has spurred an interest in strengthening the reach of some of the brand's affiliated platforms, like Coke Studio. Created in partnership with Zeno Group, the... Read more »
  • The Speed of Culture: How Experimentation Enables Risk Taking to Push Business Forward
    How do you truly understand the desires and needs of your customers? While there's an ever-shifting culture with consumers of all products, the fundamental principles remain the same. Having a strong identity and mission statement is paramount, and once there, all it takes is watching and observing how the consumer... Read more »
  • WWE Sets #SummerSlamContest on Twitter
    World Wrestling Entertainment fans can tweet their way to SummerSlam July 30 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. Through Thursday (July 7) at 11:59 p.m. ET, fans can use the hashtag #SummerSlamContest and tweet about why they should receive two floor seats to the event, hotel and airfare. The winning... Read more »
  • A Guide to an Authentic Media Career, According to Kara Swisher
    Kara Swisher is the editor at large of New York Magazine, co-host of the Pivot podcast, New York Times contributing opinion writer and host of the Sway podcast. She's the go-to expert for analysis on all things business, technology and digital media. With NFTs, crypto and metaverse opportunities on the... Read more »
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    AWeber Blog

  • How to write confirmation emails your audience will love
    Your confirmation email is an important first impression. It sets the tone for your relationship with subscribers and can improve engagement for future emails. Picture this - you just booked your dream vacation online. But you never received an email confirmation. You may be wondering if your order was processed.... Read more »
  • VideoNew AWeber Updates and Feature Releases
    Get more out of your AWeber account when you keep up on the newest feature releases — requested by and built specifically for customers like you. All Recent AWeber Updates Jump directly to an update: 06/30/2022 12 Social Icons to Add to Emails 06/24/2022 Google Analytics 4 Tracking on Landing... Read more »
  • Email shouldn’t be boring: How to create a horoscope generator within an email
    The best way to keep your emails from feeling blah is to write interesting, relatable content that personally addresses the thoughts and feelings of your audience. But when you look at the broader internet, sites have all sorts of other surprising and delightful little widgets that add that little bit... Read more »
  • The importance of actively listening
    Your audience has all the insights you need to make informed decisions about your product or service offering. Actively engage with them and solicit their feedback to ensure you always deliver value.   Most decisions are made stronger after considering the perspective and feedback of the people they’ll impact most. For... Read more »
  • VideoGet more eyes on your latest content with auto newsletter
    Have you ever labored over a piece of content — whether it was a blog post, article, podcast, or video — hit publish and… nothing happened?  It’s even more frustrating when you talk with your biggest fans and they haven’t heard about your new thing because Youtube, Facebook, Twitter or... Read more »
  • Best fonts for emails: How to make your emails look great and easy to read
    Coming up with the best fonts for emails can be a challenging and time-consuming task. Which typeface will improve the readability of your message? What color combinations and font size should you use to hold your subscribers’ attention?  We’ve got you covered! By the end of this article, you’ll know... Read more »
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    Would you rather watch or listen to this post? We've got you covered. { "@context": "https://schema.org", "@type": "VideoObject", "name": "Don't let your Discord community evaporate", "description": "Building a community is tough. Keeping them engaged can be even more difficult. I experienced this while building my community for digital artists.... Read more »

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