We’ve all grown up learning that “sharing is caring,” and when it comes to content marketing, it’s no different. Content curation isn’t just a great way to jump-start and maintain relationships with prospects and experts in your industry, it can also save you time and find new inspiration.
Social Media - The social platform with the youngest global user base is Tumblr, followed by Instagram and Pinterest, according to a recent report by GlobalWebIndex. (A breakdown of the ages using Facebook, Twitter, etc.
In the past companies had considerably more control over how they were perceived and promoted. This was largely influenced by how much they spent on advertising. Now social media means that it's 'the outside looking in ...
Blog post at Right Mix Marketing: We produced this infographic exploring the recent trends for teenagers related to Facebook and Social Media. We all hear anecdotally about the movement of teens to other (often mobile-centric) Social Media platforms.
So what did we discover?
For Facebook North American active users numbers are decliningThe average age of Facebook users has risen from 38 to 41 years oldThe number of Moms getting on Facebook is rising sharplyTeens are increasingly going mobile and Facebook is not their favorite appThere are a lot of hot, new apps like Kik Messenger, WhatsApp and SnapChat that are grabbing the attention of teenagers
It’s all displayed below for you in this “hot of the press” infographic. Enjoy and feel free to share or embed using the code below the infographic!
It's s a myth to think you can and should be manipulating search engines with back links, page keyword stuffing, duplicate content development, etc. It's old school and much of these processes are no longer relevant to Google.
Today, SEO rankings are a primarily combination of creating and sharing great content, building a web site that works for your visitor, coupled with basic on page SEO best practices we've outlined below.
AllFacebook 10 most popular national parks by Facebook check-ins USA TODAY It used to be so laborious to tell friends and family where you were traveling. Schlep an address book on the trip, buy postcards and stamps, find a mailbox.
Most of you reading this are interested in improving your online presence without spending any more time each week. You have a basic idea of what you should be doing but for some reason it is all not coming together as well as it might be?