Top 25 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: October 10, 2014
We hope you guys have enjoyed this week of inbound marketing! A lot of changes are on the way for some of our favorite search engines and social networks. Here is some of the most notable news we’ve gathered this week:
Enjoy the rest of our roundup with the top 25 inbound marketing articles of the week!
Let’s face the facts; the SEO experts know their stuff. How can we learn from them? Bryan Eisenberg lists 37 experts in the field for us to follow on Twitter.
The strategies you used to rank in the early days won’t work anymore. It’s time to innovate for better SEO! Shashaunk Chaudhary provides insights on the evolution of SEO and how to benefit from it.
Your site may be new, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get traffic. Lisa Sills presents 10 steps to bringing in site traffic through SEO.
SEO isn’t just it’s own beast. Social media can also significantly impact your search results. Nick Morris writes up the ultimate guide to leveraging social media for SEO.
Do you need proper sources to optimize your social media images? Kevan Lee posts a terrific tools list of creating images for your social networks.
Learn to take note of the purchase behavior of Facebook users with Dan Virgillito’s blog post.
MoreFollow.com presents 10 ways to improve Twitter engagement with your followers.
What’s your social media strategy? Do you have a plan in place to gain more social influence on the web? Here’s Matthew Barby’s post on how he grew his social presence.
Is your business optimized for local relevance to your nearby customers? Brittany West shows us why small businesses need a local strategy.
Having trouble driving local customers to your online business? Helena Clark demonstrates how to use Local Inventory Ads for increased traffic.
Your homepage is one of the most important places your visitors end up on. Chris Silver Smith keeps us optimized with 12 things to check for your local homepage SEO audit.
Your email list is a lot more valuable than you think. Consider putting advertising into your email campaigns. Will Schnabel allows guest expert Johnathan Barnes to tells us the power in this untapped revenue source.
Michael Fisher tells us how to innovate our email marketing strategy in this detailed post.
You can easily create engaging email campaigns; all you have to do is test different strategies. Check out Autosend’s post for more insight.
Kristi Kellogg takes notes on the Pubcon event, highlighting new mobile behavior and click-to-call strategies to experiment with.
TJ Welsh points out five mobile marketing trends to keep an eye on.
What key marketing strategies are necessary to keep in mind when assessing the value of mobile platforms? Tom Kaneshige informs us of what opportunities CMO’s are missing out on in a post.
How can your dental practice gain the authority it needs to reach patients online? Tyson Downs lists seven reasons why your dental practice needs a blog.
Looking for content writers? Matthew Bivens gives us 10 places to find the cream of the crop.
How much value comes with your content? Fernando Labastida teaches us how to provide value like Google in an article.
What’ s the return on investment regarding your content? Joshua Johnson explains this to us in great detail.
You can’t run out of conversion optimization tools with the amount there is on the web. Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré posts 32 of them for us to chose from.
Increase your pay-per-click conversion rate with Larry Kim’s expertise on the subject. Head on to the article for three smart tips.
Nobody gets over a bad reputation, especially on the web. Robert LoCascio presents to us how to avoid having a similar reputation as a company many people love to hate!
There’s no clear cut answer to have the perfect reputation, but there are steps you can take to manage it appropriately. Cory Threlfall has the full article.
The list above includes some of the most interesting articles we caught in our streams this week. If you want to share other great inbound marketing news, please let us know below in the comments.
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