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If you are in B2B marketing or otherwise tasked with sourcing leads for your company, LinkedIn is one of the most powerful platforms you can use to grow your business. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard people say that they have a presence on LinkedIn, but they’re not seeing the results they’re after.
Are you tired of all the fluff you read on marketing? Want a list of tried and tested marketing technology tools and tactics you can immediately implement in your business? I’m sure you’ll pick off a couple of tips from the list below. Social Media The successful people on social media build relationships and add value.
Finding, curating, and sharing valuable content is a very time-consuming process. Unless you have the right tools to help you out, you’ll lose a lot of time on social media that you could’ve invested in other important work. Content curation is the process of filtering through huge amounts of content from different online outlets to find the best content to share with your so ...
Your content marketing takes too much time… It’s not producing the results you want… Is it time to give up? As someone who relies on content marketing for our business I know from experience how powerful it can be. But…content marketing is also hard and it takes a well-thought-out strategy and a focus on performance measurement and continuous improvement to make it successful.
It’s that time of the year again when we take a look back to see what we achieved, what worked well, and what we can do better in the future. At RazorSocial, that means diving deep into our analytics to see which articles were popular with our readers and why, as well as finding those that underperformed so we can improve them.
Social media is now a key part of every marketing strategy. But in order to successfully leverage social channels to promote your business, you need to be more than just creative. There are many technical aspects that even non-techie marketers need to be aware of to get the most out of their social media efforts.
Are you wondering if you’re using the right email marketing or marketing automation tool? If you are, you’re not alone… “What’s the best email service provider?” I hear this question all the time. Many people feel that there should be something better or more reasonably priced available than what they’re already using.
Did you know that online videos will account for more than 80% of all consumer internet traffic by 2020? Another staggering statistic is that more than 500 million hours of videos are watched on YouTube every single day. Video is growing and will continue to grow rapidly. Now’s the perfect time to take advantage of this growth and leverage video to boost your content marketing results.
When was the last time you analyzed your Twitter followers? How many of them are fake? How many of them haven’t tweeted in the last year or have zero followers? How many of them don’t have a profile image, bio, or description? Any of the above is a red flag that the account may be fake. Twitter also has a bot problem, meaning that a percentage of your followers may be acco ...
By now everyone knows that video content drives most engagement on social media. On Facebook for example, it gets more likes, more shares, and more clicks than any other content format. It’s a powerful medium that amplifies your content and increases the reach of your message. And marketers are taking notice – 60% of marketers used videos in their social media strategy in 2016.
When I look back at when I started this blog I see a lot of mistakes I made. …a lot of mistakes!!!!! But… …one thing I did right is that I focused as much on outbound marketing as inbound. In this article I’m going to explain why you shouldn’t be an inbound marketer and why you shouldn’t be an outbound marketer.
There’s no better way to drive massive traffic to your website than consistently creating amazing content. Marketers know this, brands know this, and that’s exactly why the competition for first page search engine rankings is now fiercer than ever before. Everybody is producing content to gain targeted traffic and get their brand known! So how do you stay ahead of your compe ...
Mind Mapping for Marketing, useful or not? If you’re like me your head is spinning with ideas all the time. But I need to get these ideas out of my head and put some structure to them. Marketing is also very much about process. This is where mind mapping comes in. You map out your ideas and processes.
People are talking about you and your brand online. But are you listening? Are you proactively building and managing your reputation? If your answer is NO, now would be a good time to ramp up your efforts and take control over how people perceive your company, products, and services in the online world.
Are you using Google Analytics to check your content marketing efforts? I hope so. It’s an amazing and powerful free tool. The trouble is it can be overwhelming. Google even has a dedicated Analytics Academy to help you understand it. Previously on Razor Social, we’ve covered the most important terms and reporting in Google Analytics.
While I was at the Social Media Camp in Canada I had a chat with Steve Dotto about his webinars. He said that he could predict the revenue from his webinars based on the number of email subscribers. So naturally, his focus was on getting more email subscribers. If you’ve built a well thought-out process but your conversion rates could be better, maybe there is something you’r ...
Are you sending potential new customers to old content on your blog that is out of date? Or…. ….do you have old content on your site that never gets any traffic? Both of these things are bad for your site, so you need to do something about them. And here’s why. Producing new content on a regular basis may not always work as you would expect it.
There’s a new breed of marketer that came into existence over the last few years. It was a collision of marketers and tech people which resulted in marketing tech people!! I’ve a tech background and drifted into marketing and it took me a few years before I was comfortable being called a marketer…. But as a technical marketer you think a little bit differently than a traditional marketer.
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