How to Use Reddit to Get More Traffic to Your Website and Boost Your Sales

If you aren’t familiar with Reddit, your first visit to the website may feel a bit intimidating. Not only does it have the appearance of an old-school forum dating back from the early 2000s, but it also has a reputation…

How to Use Email Segmentation to Drive Conversions

Email is still a very powerful marketing tool. Contrary to proclamations that it’s a dying or dead channel, email is still more relevant and effective than Twitter or Facebook. Most of the bad propaganda about email is due to how…

YouTube is Now Making it a Lot Cheaper to Advertise on TV

In its bid to capture a portion of television advertising revenues, Google’s YouTube has finally launched an option to run campaigns on TV screens. Labeled “TV screens device type” on the Google Ads platform, the option will allow advertisers to…

5 Ways Smart Marketers Repurpose Their Content

Coming up with new, high-quality content on a regular basis can be a struggle for marketers. And with billions of blog posts and other content being released daily, there’s a big chance that your content won’t even be seen by…

How to Strategically Automate Your Facebook Page, Get More Engagement in Less Time

Facebook might have been hit by scandals recently, but it remains the biggest social media website in the world, with a reported 2.23 billion active monthly users as of the second quarter of 2018. Given the platform’s massive user base,…

What are Retargeting Ads and Why Should Your Business Use Them?

Online retailers and small businesses understand how crucial advertising is in driving traffic to their websites. Unfortunately, 97 percent of first-time site visitors will leave without buying anything. There’s a big chance that they won’t ever come back unless you…

How to Build a Content Marketing Strategy (And Stick to It)

The first step to developing a content marketing strategy is to determine your company’s objective. In other words, you’ll need to have an end goal.

How Do You Measure the Success of a Content-Driven Marketing Strategy?

The three things that I look at are awareness, engagement, and advocacy. The first thing you would want to do in building a content marketing strategy is to consider the idea of awareness, giving awareness to the people you are working with.

4 Strategies for Enterprise Content Management Success

At the recent Enterprise World 2018 Conference, Stephen Ludlow, VP of Product Marketing at OpenText, spoke about the 4 strategies for content management success.

Publishers Express Discontent Over Google’s GDPR Plan

A group of international publishers is dissatisfied over Google’s compliance strategy for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) privacy rules. Set to take effect on May 25, the rules require companies to gain explicit consent for personal data collection and…