Internet Marketing

LinkedIn Gradually Rolling Out Ability to Comment/Like Status Updates as Your Company
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Well, it looks like this morning’s LinkedIn quick tip wasn’t the only LinkedIn feature rollout to slip through our cracks in the past several months. To be fair though, I can’t really find an official announcement about this one from LinkedIn.  In any event, it looks like LinkedIn is slowly rolling out the ability for […]

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Your Traditional Marketing Tactics Don't Work on Millennials: Here's How to Adjust
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Let’s level. Are Millennials just tablet-toting whiners living in their parents’ basements? In short, no. Of course not. But we’re marketers; the only part of that much belabored stereotype we care about is maybe the tablet-toting part. What’s more interesting is the fact that, according to USA Today, Millennials represent

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S%*t PR People Do That Journalists Hate [SlideShare]
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I began my marketing career at a political communications consultancy in Washington, D.C., and it was only a matter of days into each client engagement when one of their executives would say, “have you thought of the TODAY Show?” or, “do you think the Journal would be interested in this?”

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How to Embed Instagram Photos and Videos, No Hacks Required [Quick Tip]
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A few weeks ago, Facebook announced that video is now available on Instagram. We were pumped … and then quickly disappointed because we couldn’t do anything besides post videos to Instagram. No embedding options whatsoever, and hacking the video embed code was fairly complex and didn’t always work properly.

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Google+ Update Makes It Easier to See What Your Friends Like, and Other Inbound Stories of the Week
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This week, brands everywhere started to switch things up. New features, new monetization models, and even new data cropped up everywhere … and you’ve got to make sense of all of these new shiny objects in case they could be a great opportunity in your marketing.

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Why Consulting Is A Job Everyone Needs To Experience
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When you look at me, what do you see? Probably an entrepreneur, right? Although I am an entrepreneur, I see myself as a consultant. I spent the first 6 years of my career running a consulting company and helping businesses with their Internet marketing needs. It’s where I got my start and although I hated […]

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Awful 4th of July-Themed Posts We (Wisely) Decided Not to Write
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A hot topic of discussion among inbound marketers is how they think of topics to write about. I personally find myself engaged in a life-long topic brainstorm — topic ideas tend to pop up at the bar, on the train, in the shower, even while I sleep. (Indeed, I’ve dreamt of blog posts I should […]

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How Cluttered Is the Advertising Landscape, Really? [Timeline]
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Airplane trays. Parking meters. Bathroom stalls. These are only a few of the unusual nooks and crannies that advertising has ineffably found its way into over the years. We know advertising is everywhere, and we know the media landscape is more cluttered than a house on an episode of Hoarders, but, like, just how bad […]

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