I was recently introduced to Uberflip by the amazingly at-scale connector, Jeff Hayzlett, and caught up with their VP Marketing, Hana Abaza. “We’re almost a next-generation CMS for content marketers," she told me. "They need a much more sophisticated, light-weight CMS just for content. Not to replace WordPress and other platforms, but a more specific tool for content management.”
If you have enterprise responsibility for your content marketing, you know well that the time it takes, and the expense, to take a great piece of content to a global and fragmented audience is daunting. You create a great E-Book on, say, marketing automation and it’s months later that it sees the light in The Phillipines or China, for example. Here comes Cloudwords to the rescue.
While the world of social media remains accessible to all with a capable device and an internet connection, certain content is more visibly effective than others. Consider adding the following four tools to your pre-publishing arsenal to maximize your social media output before it goes live.
We’ve collected 14 awesome free resources to help you grow your blog traffic. We’ve tried and tested them for ourselves, and we’ve only included the tools that have really made a difference to our blog traffic.
What is being said about your brand on social media right now? Is a relevant hashtag suddenly trending? In this edition of SMToolbox, we take a look at how Brandwatch Signals can give you a "spider-sense" online.
How do you exactly go about curating excellent content? Do you just use Google? What if Google does the unthinkable and fails when you are looking for content? Simple: you find content curation tools to help you widen your scope! I am going to look at the top content curation tools you can use to help benefit your content in 2015.
Juniper Research has found that annual revenues from connected healthcare and fitness online services will approach $2 billion by 2019 -- that's nearly six times the $320 million value estimated for this year. The findings from Juniper's latest market study also reveal that connected healthcare devices -- and the data they generate -- will offer substantial benefits to the consumers of these new products.
It's time to grab the popcorn, because the App Wars have begun: yesterday, Twitter’s Periscope app hit the Apple store. To put it gently, the app has many things that Meerkat only “hints” at having in the future.