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Job interviews are all about getting as much information as possible out of the candidate, but there are certain boundaries that employers shouldn’t cross.
Your email list is much more than a static list of names. It is a dynamic and constantly evolving tool essential to communicate with your customer base. List hygiene plays a huge role in the success of your email list.
In the early days of social media, branded marketing was mired in hackneyed and underhanded tactics meant to drive engagement. We've thankfully come a long way since those dark days, but there are still certain tactics that we need to put to rest. Five, in particular, continue to pock the face of social marketing.
“Is there a difference between articles and blogs?” This was posed to me today by one of my clients and it is a really good question. So here’s a rundown of what I perceive to be the basic differences between articles and blogs.
Do you find Twitter to be an indecipherable mess of characters and abbreviations? Here's an overview, along with some important notes, to help you get the most out of Twitter's common processes.
I'll never forget the time when our Lynton Web inbound marketing band of brothers (and sisters) helped a client achieve a 900% increase in leads over the course of a few months. We literally took them from roughly 100 leads a month to 1,000 leads a month.
I attended kindergarten at Zena Elementary School in Kingston, New York, where my teacher was Ms. Silvernail. Back then, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) didn’t yet exist. Search engines didn’t exist because the web was not yet invented.
A twitter friend requested help with All In One SEO the other day and I wasn’t pleased with the available tutorials. So I made my own. If you like it, please share it as most other tutorials for All In One are outdated or flat out incorrect.
In a recent Social Media Today webinar, the topic of mobile marketing was discussed in great detail. If you are a forward thinking marketer, you already know that you should be in the process of optimizing your marketing strategy for the small screen.
I was in a meeting the other day with the executives of an organization that is right on the tipping point of success. But when we asked what they do differently than their competitors, the silence was deafening.