Yearly Archives: 2013

/2013

Simplifying the Inbound Marketing Methodology (Part 2)

In the first post of this 2-part series, we discussed the first two phases of the inbound marketing framework: Attract and Capture. To recap, the first stage involves attracting the right kind of traffic to your website with relevant, remarkable [...]

By | December 30th, 2013|Inbound Marketing|Comments Off on Simplifying the Inbound Marketing Methodology (Part 2)

Framing Social Media Policy for Your Small Business

Social media has acquired a strong position in today's digital marketing. A well-executed social media marketing strategy brings in more leads/sales and also improves search engine rankings of a website. Social media marketing has never been a problem for big [...]

By | December 25th, 2013|Social Media Marketing|Comments Off on Framing Social Media Policy for Your Small Business

Not Your Average Content Fix: 12 Tips For Totally Awesome Content Tools

  Content tools help consumers with everyday problems and provide them with solutions. Businesses can now provide content to potential customers via tools that can be accessed from multiple platforms - mobile being the most prevalent. Below are tips to [...]

By | December 23rd, 2013|Content|Comments Off on Not Your Average Content Fix: 12 Tips For Totally Awesome Content Tools

11 Ways To Blog Like A Superhero

  On the 11th Day of Content SEP gave me - 11 blog tips for bloggers. Blogs - a great way to create compelling content that your target audience would be interested in reading. They provide the ability to answer [...]

By | December 22nd, 2013|Content|Comments Off on 11 Ways To Blog Like A Superhero