Image via BigStockPhoto.com Content creation is all the rage these days now that Google has updated their algorithm and companies are seeing outstanding results from providing useful content on the web.
Jessica Kelly's insight:
For, example. to add a hyphen to the original title of this post... ;) It is encouraging to see that we've come full circle -- content is important, and it needs to be managed.
Facebook just announced that it's rolling out a Timeline redesign that will make it easier to show off your favorite books, movies, music, and TV shows, either that you've Liked or consumed through apps like Flixster, Netflix, and Goodreads.
Social media can drain your battery life and your will to live. Well, maybe it's not that bad, but sites like Facebook, Spotify, and YouTube can eat up nearly $2,500 worth of memory per year, according to the data shown in this infographic.
While content marketing quickly went from “what’s that” to “must have” in 2012, the biggest challenges marketers face are producing enough of the right type of content and having resources, both budget and staff, to create content. Content...