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Content, Friends and Time - The New SEO ScentTrail Marketing

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Marty Note
Wrote this piece today in my head sitting in a meeting. We discussed what content marketers do for a living. I realized our main Internet marketing craft is creating content that lives across time via social shares. This post discusses why who, how, when and why you link to is almost as important as the content you are writing.

Turns out we need to have yet one more Internet marketing strategy - a link strategy - or our content won't live as long or go as far. This post describes how to think about your links as part of the chess of content marketing.

Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, November 17, 2012 8:12 PM
Thanks Jeff. Marty
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Social Media After Death of Vine - Curagami

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Social Media - Embrace The Suck
Turns out marketing and war have a lot in common as this Curagami post shares. Twitter is reeling in pain and social media marketing is entering the BIG SHAKEOUT period. 

Don't question, judge or cry too much. Grab you Vines, put them on YouTube and (or the best of 'em anyway) and move on. Remember nobody knows nothing and watch your ego and hubris enough to keep betting without the false belief you've found any lasting truth or repeatable pattern. 

Life after Vine's death and the Big Shakeout is going to, as the Marines say, embrace the suck. Find out why on Curagami: 

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Content Marketing - Five Lessons From HBO's Westworld - Curagami

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5 Content Marketing Tips from Westworld

HBO's Westworld is sure to be another Game of Thrones runaway success. The show is amazing and full of tips for web developers and marketing teams including:

  • Tease don't Bore
  • Create Another Loop
  • Beauty is half the Battle
  • Keep moving and believe
  • Show don't TELL

We've included examples of each tip too such as REI for show don't tell and for tease don't bore. 

Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Love HBO's Westworld and it got us thinking about online content in new ways. 

malek's curator insight, October 10, 9:29 AM
Tips #2 – Tease Never Bore

Here's the success recipe: futuristic park, robotic "hosts", visitors  live their fantasies through artificial consciousness.