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By investing in the proper content promotion technology. Here are three great options for content marketers. Read more
This is the second post in a four-part series
After you’ve created your original content, it’s time to curate content that you can share across your different outlets. This requires finding reputable sources that offer insightful content and optimizing it to boost your thought leadership and conversion rates.
Mobile marketing is without a doubt having a moment right now, and there are no greater competitors in this field than Apple and Android. The two tech giants are known for trying to outdo each other, and each have their own dedicated camps of supporters.
The truth is, neither one of the brands is better than the other, they simply appeal to different demographics. Rather than concerning themselves with the rivalry, Bikini Marketers should instead focus on their mobile marketing goals. Once you know the results you want, you can use the following information to craft a mobile marketing strategy that includes both iPhone and Android users.
We are bombarded by hundreds of messages every day—mobile ads, billboards, TV and radio commercials, and don’t forget online marketing. So, when it comes time for you, as a creative content marketer, to sit down and come up with the next great content marketing piece, you know you have your work cut out for you.
With so many people, from bloggers to journalist to companies, publishing content it’s easy to forget the personal side to content marketing. The side that helps your business blog turns readers into loyal consumers. Clay Morgan recently pointed out the need for putting a personal touch on your marketing efforts in order to stand out in his article on Spin Sucks. Here’s a list of five ways to put that personal touch back into your content.
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