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We have some excellent recommended reading for you this month! Our picks are categorized into four areas—Actionable Tips, How-Tos, Marketing Education, and New Features—with some interesting and useful statistics scattered throughout.
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We pushed back our news post a week so no one would be tempted to work on vacation, but now it’s time—the top 10 digital review for June! This month, we have some social media updates, marketing and branding strategies, a little SEO and content marketing tips for local businesses, and some great advice on work/life balance.
April just flew by, didn’t it?
Once again, we’ve collected 10 of our favorite articles for your perusal. We like to keep the number down so you know you’re getting our best recommendations! We did add one little extra this time—an infographic by Top 10 Website Hosting with new Internet statistics for 2018. You’ll find it below, or you can skip right to it. (Note: These aren’t U.S.-specific stats, but hopefully you’ll find them interesting anyway!)
One month already gone. How does this keep happening?
I have some good stuff collected for you this month! Lots of social media tips, plus some helpful articles on blogging and content marketing, consumer behavior, current design trends, online reviews, PPC advertising, and video marketing.
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more tips as we strive to Make Digital Simple!
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The best thing about the start of a new year is the clean slate it brings with it. We’ve had time to evaluate what worked for us and what didn’t in 2017, and we’re better positioned to plan and improve our strategies—and maybe try something new.
Check out the digital marketing news I’ve curated for December see what looks intriguing. Is there something you feel would be a good fit for your business? A digital strategy you’ve been meaning to try? This is the perfect time—and it goes without saying that we’d love to help you out.
Well, I was right. November was also exhausting. But good news! We have now reached the final month of 2017! We’re in the home stretch!
This month, I’ve selected 25 articles for you on topics ranging from social media, branding, and pay-per-click advertising to competitor research, writing tips, SEO, and eCommerce.
You’ll also find a link to Google’s new Small Thanks program, specially designed to promote local businesses by pulling information and reviews directly from your Google listing and creating print-ready files for you.
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It’s crunch time. Less than two weeks left before the biggest shopping day of the year and only six weeks until Christmas! Hard to believe, isn’t it? You’ve probably already started your holiday marketing efforts, but it’s not necessarily too late to throw something new into the mix!
The market gets noisier and more competitive every year, and simply having good prices is no longer enough—everyone promotes discounts around the holidays. What can you offer that no one else can?
This week, I’ve put together my best recommendations and tips for how to make this holiday season your most successful yet! Whether you’re brick-and-mortar or eCommerce, B2B or B2C, there’s something here for everyone.
I can’t decide if October was more like a marathon or just five sprints one after the other. Either way, it was exhausting! (And just between you and me, November looks like it’ll be the same. Pray for me.)
The good news is, I’ve got 22 articles selected for you this month on topics ranging from social media, branding, and pay-per-click advertising to content writing tips, SEO, and eCommerce. Look at me, saving you so much time. And if you missed my post on how to use traditional and digital marketing methods to support each other, now’s a good time to catch up!
I also want to point you to this fantastic report from CoSchedule, The Marketing Statistics You Need to Know to Be Successful in 2018. It is just brimming with helpful data and statistics! It didn’t fit into any of my other news categories, but I didn’t want to leave it out.
I’ve included a little Table of Contents this time in case you want to skip directly to what interests you. Happy reading!
Catherine has a degree in English literature and a passion for all things marketing. As Digital Specialist, her focus is on web design, search engine optimization, social media, online presence management, and project coordination.