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Why You Should Steal Content | Jeffbullas's Blog

Why You Should Steal Content | Jeffbullas's Blog | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Content creation has become one of the major challenges for social media marketers and online publishers. Bloggers face this obstacle every day. It is also a path of resistance to writing or even starting a blog.
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5 Facebook Marketing Tips That Will Increase Engagement

5 Facebook Marketing Tips That Will Increase Engagement | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

Not long ago, writing a Facebook post and asking for a LIKE, share or comment was all it took to maintain an active business page.


Today it takes far more than that. To capture fan attention, you have to get creative.


The good news? It’s not that hard!!


You can beat Facebook’s algorithm changes and position your page for optimum exposure.


Below are 5 ways to dazzle and delight your fans — and keep them engaged and coming back for more!...


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About to abandon Facebook marketing? Struggling with organic reach? Rebekah Radice shares 5 Facebook marketing tips that will increase engagement.

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Top 5 SEO trends for 2017 from Google and the experts

Top 5 SEO trends for 2017 from Google and the experts | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
What's coming for SEO in 2017? Here are the top 5 SEO trends you must get ready for today!

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What 29 Top Entrepreneurs Are Doing Differently in 2017 (and You Should Too)

What 29 Top Entrepreneurs Are Doing Differently in 2017 (and You Should Too) | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Marketing masters and entrepreneurs share their New Year's resolutions for their businesses.
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Google Testing Website Builder Within Google My Business

Google Testing Website Builder Within Google My Business | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Update: For a more in-depth look at the new product see: Google GMB Website Builder Beta First Look. It seems that the day has finally come when Google is
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7 Amazing Content Marketing Innovations by the World’s Biggest Brands

7 Amazing Content Marketing Innovations by the World’s Biggest Brands | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
The best thing about their content marketing strategy is that since they have been in business for long, they are well aware of every aspect of their

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How a computer sees history after "reading" 35 million news stories | Eric Mack | NewAtlas.com

How a computer sees history after "reading" 35 million news stories | Eric Mack | NewAtlas.com | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

So far, humans have relied on the written word to record what we know as history. When artificial intelligence researchers ran billions of those words from decades of news coverage through an automated analysis, however, even more patterns and insights were revealed.

A team from the University of Bristol ran 35 million articles from 100 local British newspapers spanning 150 years through both a simple content analysis and more sophisticated machine learning processes. By having machines "read" the nearly 30 billion words, the simple analysis allowed researchers to easily and accurately identify big events like wars and epidemics.

Similar systems have allowed computers to learn visually about art and even argue a topic.

Perhaps most interesting, the techniques also allowed the researchers to see the rise and fall of different trends during the study range from the years 1800 - 1950.


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