In this week’s roundup you’re going to find everything from tools to tips to inspiration. Some of these posts are timely and others are timeless. So whatever your pleasure, you’re bound to find something interesting and helpful here. These bloggers have put together some great information so enjoy, learn and let me know what you think!
In today’s roundup, we’ve got a post with more SEO tips than you could have hoped for, some “do now” resolutions that you can use even if you’ve already fallen off the resolution wagon, tips for making your website pages load faster (which makes people AND Google happy) and a bunch more good stuff. Come with your thinking cap on because there are things here you’re going to want to try!
Top Marketing Blogs This Week: Tweaking Copy To Improve Conversions, Hooking Readers With Titles And More
Happy New Year and welcome to our first 2014 edition of the weekly roundup. We took a short hiatus and in the meantime we snagged a ton of great articles with lots of ideas, tips and insights to help you get off to a great start. We bookmarked ’em all and saved them for you. Today we share a post that tells you how to boost conversions by changing one word in your copy, another post that has some great tips for compelling titles, a wonderful post with an analogy to Mary Poppins that talks about branding and more. Read and share your favorites!
This is our last weekend roundup of the year! We’re taking a few days to regroup and will be back in January with some more great roundups. So for now, grab your hot chocolate and settle in for a post about using infographics to build backlinks, one about how you should realistically be thinking about customer personas, a great bookmarkable post about how best to title your own blog posts and more. Enjoy and happy holidays!
Another weekend, another wrapup. There were so many intriguing blogs to choose from this week that it took longer to pare them down than to write them up! Today there’s a discussion about how to make your social “thank yous” more meaningful, a bit of advice for leaving the marketing aggravation of Facebook and taking your fans with you, a bit about effective Twitter bios and more! Read one, read them all. Learn and enjoy!
I hope all of our U.S. friends had a wonderful and pie-filled Thanksgiving. It seems like at least a few of us had a relaxing weekend because the new blog posts were out in full force this week. This roundup is fun because I found a nice diversity of content, from posts to infographics to podcasts. There’s a great discussion about the pros and cons of using sponsored content on your site. There are some really neat ways to use the new Pinterest map pins, a warning about using photos that don’t belong to you and more! Read on, enjoy and learn.
With only a few days until Thanksgiving here in the U.S. I know a whole lot of people who are doing the mad-rush to cook/clean/prep and stay sane in between. So for this week’s roundup I found a few blogs that get right to the point. They’re (mostly) short and certainly skimmable and they each make some great points that may just change the way you do business – from some cool cloud apps to an interesting point about when you should follow up with a lead and ideas for making sure you don’t get lost in the generic wave of content on social media. Read, enjoy and have a great holiday!
This week we found a great post that asks an interesting question about headlines – posed as questions. It just might make you rethink how you write yours. We also found an amusing post about the 4 types of marketers you’ll find on Twitter (there are probably more, too!) And a couple of thoughtful posts that tackle everything from branding to editing. Take a look and see what inspires you!
This week we’ve got some great blogs with practical tips, like how to use Pinterest for local marketing and how to do keyword research now that Google has taken away its free tool. We’ve also got some inspirational ones, including one about how to be a better leader (and fight off some dragons while you do). Enjoy our collection and let us know which you enjoy most!
Step away from the Halloween candy… (and if you’ve got any leftover peanut butter cups, I’ll take ’em!) This week we found some great blogs that will teach and inspire you. There are a few practical ones – why you need Google authorship and publisher markup, what you should be thinking about in terms of Pinterest strategy – and some inspirational ones – why you need to embrace destruction and how to turn obstacles into opportunities. Oh, and if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo there are some great tips for using writer’s app Scrivener. I just discovered this one and love it. I bet you will, too!