A Simple Guide to Choosing the Right Chart for Your Data
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This post originally appeared on HubSpot’s Agency Post. To read more content like this, subscribe to Agency Post. You and I sift through a lot of data for our jobs. Data about website performance, sales performance, product adoption, customer service, marketing campaign results … the list goes on. When you manage multiple clients with multiple sources of data, […]

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Demand Generation Benchmarks & Trends: Software Marketer Edition
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The marketing formula seems simple: Attract audiences, engage prospects, convert leads, and facilitate retention. One of the biggest “wins” you can achieve is the ability to connect your disparate initiatives into a scalable, predictable demand generation engine. But when you’re in the trenches, you know this process is easier said than done. Marketers, immersed within their […]

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15 Email Newsletter Examples We Love Getting in Our Inboxes
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When people first start doing email marketing, they often assume they need an email newsletter. “It’ll have everything our customers care about, all in one place,” they rationalize. “Our list will be different — people will actually look forward to getting our newsletter,” they argue. “Since we’re only sending it once a month, it’ll be a breeze […]

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How Many Links Should You Build to Your Website?
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What makes a great link? One that’s natural, not rich in anchor text, comes from an authoritative site, and is relevant, right? Well, you already knew that. It’s a topic that’s been beaten to death. Heck, I even have a 30,000 plus word guide that teaches you all about link building. But what about link-building velocity? […]

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Online Security & Protection Measures: What All Ecommerce Owners Need to Know About PCI Compliance
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  The modern world of technology can be frightening place. Sure, the internet has democratized information for developed countries, and is continuing to do so for emerging and developing countries across the globe. Big data is beginning to reach a catalyst point, at which its use and its profitability are growing parallel –– and at […]

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9 Simple Ways to Write Stronger Introductions
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There’s a lot of material out there about writing great headlines. Hey, getting someone to click on your article is a critical part of your blogging strategy. But what about writing introductions? Compelling readers to actually read the article is an art form in and of itself — and if you don’t do it well, then you’re denying […]

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A Setback on the $100k a Month Challenge
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A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about how anyone can make $100,000 a month in revenue within 12 months. And to show you how it’s possible—and so you can achieve similar results—I decided to blog about my journey.  Launching the blog On April 1st, I started a nutrition blog called NutritionalResource.com. It […]

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5 Bad Writing Habits to Drop Right Now
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After writing several thousand blog posts and articles, I’ve learned something about writing: It’s not just what I write that’s important; it’s also what I don’t write. There are some things you should simply not write. I’m not referring to well-placed curse words or salacious stories. There’s a time and place for everything — except […]

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