Do You Need More from Your Video Content Marketing Strategy?

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Today I have some resources to help you improve your video content marketing. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your work week. Growing a brand audience involves creating compelling visual content, which can greatly improve your social engagement and following. Professional videos are easier than ever to produce and publish online....

Five easy ways to make your social media more inclusive

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A version of this article was previously published on LinkedIn. For most, enjoying and using social media is a relatively hassle-free experience. Many of us log onto our favorite platforms multiple times a day, and it’s sometimes the first thing we check in the morning and the last that we see at night. But all...

Grammar for marketers: how to mind what your brand says

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The importance of grammar for marketers can’t be overstated. Sure, you probably haven’t thought much about sentence structure or punctuation since high school. That’s what autocorrect and grammar-checkers are for, right? But errors can still run rampant despite such tools. Grammar mistakes on social media are particularly tricky when your message has gone live and...

Scaling a Brand Competitors Can’t Copy With Awesome Design (and Without Breaking the Bank) With Russ Perry From Design Pickle [AMP 190]

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Good content with bad design equals bad content. Good design can be expensive and hard to scale, but the value of quality graphic design can’t be overstated. Today’s guest is Russ Perry from Design Pickle, a flat-rate creative services platform. What’s the catch? Never pay more than a monthly subscription. Get help with your branding...

The State of Local SEO Industry Report 2020, Announced

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Posted by MiriamEllis Moz’s very warmest thanks to the 1,453 respondents who volunteered time to contribute to this second installation of our industry survey. It’s rewarding to have such a large survey group; as this report details in high relief, the work of marketing a single business location can pass through a dozen hands. Owners,...

How to Network Online Like a Champ

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Posted by cheryldraper This conference season feels a bit different, doesn’t it? Where we’re usually globetrotting from event to event, this year most conferences have either postponed their dates or switched to online, remote-friendly formats, offering video sessions by top-notch speakers or live streams with open chats. But what about everyone’s favorite bonus during conference season —...

From Mint.com to Voy Media: How Kevin Urrutia Switched Careers and Broke Into Marketing (and You Can Too) [AMP 188]

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Stuck in a rut at work? Bored beyond belief? If you’re thinking about or wanting to change jobs and careers, consider the following: How long will it take to learn new skills? Will it affect your income? Are jobs available? Will it make you happy? Today’s guest is Kevin Urrutia, a former software programmer at...

Will Digital Marketing Replace Traditional Marketing?

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How many years have marketers been beating the “traditional marketing is dead” drum? Since the old dial-up modem sound became synonymous with the world wide web? Probably. As world events move people online in greater numbers than ever before, the cry that traditional marketing is dead grows louder. But does that make it true? The...

You Again? Avoid Spamming Your Followers on Social Media

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  You think you portray enthusiasm and energy when you send a flurry of posts. But your followers may have another word to describe what you’re sharing: spam.  As an experienced social media marketer, you’ve seen your fair share of spam. From fake accounts to misleading posts, social media spam creates unnecessary noise that drowns...

Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap

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Posted by Dr-Pete On May 4, Google announced that they were rolling out a new Core Update. By May 7, it appeared that the dust had mostly settled. Here’s an 11-day view from MozCast: We measured relatively high volatility from May 4-6, with a peak of 112.6° on May 5. Note that the 30-day average...