14 Inbound Marketing Myths Nonprofits Should Stop Believing
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Thinking about the future is something nonprofit marketers constantly do. From contemplating how to better engage Millennials, to seeking out new foundations as granters, there are seemingly countless things on the minds of these marketing pros. One thing we know these marketers often

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7 Essential Ingredients Every SEO Campaign Needs
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Aren’t you tired of reading the same SEO advice that teaches you how to optimize your meta tags? Although meta tags are important, they won’t have as much of an impact on your search traffic as some of these advanced SEO methods will. If you are planning on optimizing your site for search engines, you need […]

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How to Convince Your Boss to Invest in Social Media Marketing
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This post originally appeared on Inbound Insiders, a new section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to the Inbound Insiders section. Picture this: You’re sitting in front of your boss, eager to pitch your idea of using social media to engage prospects and market your brand.

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Think Marketing Is Just for Extroverts? 4 Things Introverts Bring to the Table
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A few weeks ago, I wrestled up the courage to attend a small dinner with HubSpot co-founder Dharmesh Shah. Seated around a cozy dinner table, I asked him a question that’s been burning inside me since my very first day here: “Does HubSpot’s culture — or, by extension, any marketing company’s culture — favor the […]

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Clicks on Pinterest Generate 4X More Revenue Than Twitter [Infographic]
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Pinterest is one of the most popular social networks around — but can you really make money from it? Heck yeah, you can, and this new infographic from Quick Sprout has the data to prove it!

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7 Must-Read Blogs to Inspire Your Fundraising Efforts
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Have you made a New Year’s resolution yet? If you’re like me, you’ve probably already made five and broke three (40% ain’t bad … right?). But in case you’re different than me (and, for your sake, I hope that’s the case), what about this one: Be a bit better in 2014. Not by leaps and bounds, […]

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The Complete Guide to Building Your Blog Audience
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Do you know what the number one way to get your blog to 100,000 visitors a month is? It’s probably not what you think. The quickest way to get there is to focus on building a blog audience, instead of focusing on building traffic. If you focus your marketing efforts purely around traffic acquisition, you’ll find that […]

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Answers to 11 Questions You've Been Dying to Ask About Twitter
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As a concept, using Twitter seems simple. You need to say what you want to say in fewer than 140 characters … and that’s about it. Who would think that writing a sentence or two and sharing it with people who want to hear from you would be that hard? And then you actually start […]

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