June 2020

There is something I find so soothing about taking a “mind break” to scroll through my Instagram feed of beautiful, high-quality images. And many of these professional-like photos are taken by your average iPhone owner who has simply become a master of Instagram filters. Whether you’re just starting to dip…

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Posted by BritneyMuller Link building is never-ending in SEO, but a little creativity and smart tactics can help you ferret out great link opportunities from their hiding spots. In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Britney Muller kicks off a series on modern link building (including the sage advice: let people…

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Even before COVID-19 drastically changed how we connected, virtual events were on the rise. Companies and brands may have different reasons to host a virtual event, but there are two overarching benefits: Virtual events take less of a budget to host. Virtual events are more accessible. Involving more people and…

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While social media is a key marketing channel for any business, consumer-focused community management just seems, well, fun. In fact, unless you’re a social media strategist for a B2B company, I’d bet that most of the brands you follow on social are not your software companies (eek), or financial firms,…

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Posted by MiriamEllis What a juggling feat your SEO agency pulls off every day! On your best days, you’re keeping: Team members and clients All the moving marketing parts …in constant, useful motion. On your worst days, though, mistakes happen when: Communication breaks down Standard procedures aren’t understood company-wide People…

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If your brick-and-mortar store is closed or you can’t make your product because your supply chain has collapsed, or you can’t fulfill customer orders, your incoming cash plummets, you could be in a state of negative cash flow during COVID-19. That means you have more cash leaving your business—whether that’s…

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Posted by MiriamEllis  Image credit: Robert Couse-Baker Before all else, gratitude to every delivery person, whether in-house or third party, doing the essential work of keeping households safer and supplied in these times. I’m dedicating today’s column to the manager of a nearby Sprouts grocery store who personally drove…

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