Making the Case for Controversial Marketing: 5 Questions to Answer

On October 6, 2016
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“Eh, I don’t like the sound of that.”

If you’re a content marketer, this phrase is all too familiar whenever you’ve pitched an idea that pushes the envelope. On the one hand, your client understands the value of inbound marketing: Not only is it one of the most cost effective marketing strategies, but it can also generate high levels of awareness and drive conversions – particularly through something viral.

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6 Crazy Social Media Ad Ideas to Make You Look Like A Big Deal

On October 5, 2016
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Perception is everything. In the business world, people are naturally attracted to the biggest names, whether you call them influencers, experts, or [insert industry here] rock stars.

But what if you aren't a big name yet? How can you get on the radar of people you want to do business with in the future?

Social media advertising makes it super easy to appear superbad.

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Facebook Unveils (Then Veils) New Custom Audience: Link Sharers!

On September 30, 2016
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There’s a new reason to start cranking out quality content, folks. Facebook appears to be close to launching a brand new targeting method, one that will allow advertisers to target users who share your on-site content on Facebook.

Yesterday, Facebook advertising wunderkind Jon Loomer blogged about his experience with this new custom audience. It appeared randomly and disappeared soon thereafter:

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Generational Marketing: How to Target Millennials, Gen X, & Boomers

On September 28, 2016
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As marketers, we know it’s hard to acquire customers. We get their attention with content marketing and nurture them through cycles of emails, hoping that they’ll bite and commit to our product. It’s even harder when you’re trying to market a product to so many different demographics—a 50-something who is unfamiliar with digital marketing is going to react very differently to a Facebook ad than a 20-something who is well-versed in digital marketing tactics.

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4 International PPC Tips for Non-US English-Speaking Countries

On September 27, 2016
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Wu Tang is for the children; AdWords is for everyone. It’s used by marketers from Boston to Brisbane and, outside of ad extensions (some of which are unavailable in countries that don’t fly the stars and stripes) and policies grounded in legalities, the strategies SEMs use are largely the same.

Costs per click, however can vary drastically:

AdWords cost-per-click around the world 

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