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Here’s the Process to Help You Consistently Build 7 Backlinks a Week
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Are you familiar with backlinks? If you’re not or if you’re just getting used to the concept, you need to make this common term part of your everyday vocabulary. By definition, a backlink is an incoming hyperlink from one website to another. Anytime a website mentions your name, brand, or company with a link to […]

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You're Pregnant! Just Kidding. Here's the News You Missed This Week.
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Sometimes, I wonder if the internet can be boiled down to a single sentiment: “Oops.” That was certainly the underlying theme of some major news items this week, like the one our headline alludes to — more on that below. After all, the digital landscape is a setting that can be described at once as […]

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The Internet Had a Busy Week. Here's What You Missed.
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The drama of this week’s Apple event is hardly over. Despite many of the announcements having been leaked in the days leading up to it, the tech world is still positively a-Twitter about what was unveiled, and what will come of it. Many are wondering if the iPhone 8 models are really that different from […]

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The Simple Test That Doubled Leads in One Week
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We’ve talked about the best practice of matching your offer and blog post topic as tightly as possible many times on the HubSpot Marketing Blog. But just in case you haven’t heard of this best practice before, I’ll give an example. Let’s say you have a post explaining different types of commercial cooling systems that […]

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Use This Daily One-Hour Digital Marketing Routine to Get 40% More New Leads Each Week
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Routines. We all have them. Some we follow daily—consciously. Others we follow on a subconscious level, unaware of them. Whatever they are, routines are incredibly powerful. Over a span of time, the right routines can be key contributors to both our personal and business successes. If you’ve read any of Tim Ferriss’ books or listened […]

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How to Write 5 or More Articles a Week and Not Burn Out
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If you’ve tried (and failed) at blogging, don’t feel bad. You’re not alone. Creating content, especially good content, is hard work. It takes a long time. Most of the time, you don’t see instant rewards. So, how do some people write three, five, or even ten articles every week? You might think that they work […]

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The Stories You Meant to Read This Week, Summarized
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If you’re anything like me, you wake up in the morning and immediately start reading your email and social feeds. (I know it’s not good for me, but whatever — it’s just what I do in the morning.) I end up finding five or six stories I want to read, only have time to scan two before I […]

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Top Content This Week: Web Design Trends, Content Authority Tools & Inspiring Mission Statements
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Hear that? It’s the winds of change. As summer comes to a close and the sun starts setting a little bit sooner, many of you are taking a look at your website and thinking about how you can get more visitors and more leads out of your existing assets.

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