This Month in Social Media: Updates from September 2015

September was a busy month in the social media world, particularly for Facebook and Instagram. The rumored “Dislike” button coming to Facebook has garnered a lot of buzz, as has their new 360-degree video experience. Instagram continues to reach new milestones in addition to rolling out…

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How to Build Links Using Data-Driven Content & Blogger Outreach

For digital marketers, content marketing and link building are vital for each and every one of our campaigns. Some of the challenges we face during these campaigns are getting links to our content, developing content that people want to share, or simply finding the time…

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How a Social Media Audit Can Improve Web Traffic By 300%

According to Shareaholic’s “Social Media Traffic Report,” the web’s top eight social platforms – including Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube – drove 31.24% of overall traffic in December 2014, up from 22.71% just one year earlier. So what does that mean…

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Why QR Codes Are More Outdated Than Your Pog Collection

You guys remember pogs right? Even if you weren’t a kid or teen in the 90s, you probably accidentally stepped on them while trying to climb into bed or had your kids beg you for another Jurassic Park pog to complete their collection. I had…

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4 Creative Ways to Instantly Boost the ROI of Your Content Marketing Efforts

Everybody is raving about content marketing but research, released annually, by Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and MarketingProfs is showing a consistent drop in the effectiveness of content marketing for B2B companies every year. Content marketing is no doubt effective, but some companies just can’t seem to…

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How Social Signals Affect Your SEO

For the past several years, the entire Google team has been pretty tight-lipped about the value and importance of social signals for SEO. We just can’t seem to get a straight answer from them! In early 2014 they opened up enough to admit that social…

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11 Delicious and Fluffy Android 6.0 Marshmallow Features

It was teased last May during the Google I/O 2015 keynote. At the time Android M was debuted as a pre-release and Google’s Sundar Pichaistated the company had “gone back to the basics” and improved quality of the platform for users. After months of speculation, Google…

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