Did you know that there was a forum on Quick Sprout? Well, there isn’t anymore, but there was one for roughly a year. Before I get into my reasons for removing the forum, I want to go over the lessons I learned while running it. If you are considering adding user-generated content as a form of content […]
When I first started to blog for a living, I found it hard. Like, really hard. I always felt like I had writer’s block. It took me forever to write my first article that was over 1,000 words. And I certainly didn’t feel validated after I hit publish — the posts would rack up a handful of […]
As a marketer, you’re responsible for driving leads that ultimately convert to revenue. But it’s very possible you may be overlooking a valuable source of leads: inbound calls. That’s right — smartphones aren’t just mini computers. People are actually using their phones to make calls to businesses. In fact, Google found that 70% of mobile […]
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When it comes to social media, many of us take an “if you build it, they will come” approach. Popular advice tells us that consumers want to be able to connect and engage with brands on just about every platform imaginable, so your brand should hop on any new platform immediately. (What’s your Ello strategy, by […]
The Dark Ages. For those of you unfamiliar with Medieval history, the Dark Ages refer to a period of crippling technological degradation. A time when there was no Amazon.com. No Netflix. No Hulu. No Spotify or Pandora or Sirius radio. During the Dark Ages, consumers didn’t get personalized recommendations based on their past purchases. Nor did they receive […]