The Weekly Measure: 652 Digital Marketing Tools, Social Media Jump-Starts & Rich Snippets
The Weekly Measure is a collection of curated internet marketing news taken from sites all around the web. The newsletter covers the latest in content marketing, paid search, social media, search engine optimization and link building industry updates.
In this article, SoBu identifies ten common content marketing mistakes that many brands and businesses make which lead to their audience losing interest in them.
Check out the best digital marketing tools experts and businesses alike use to boost their SEO, CRO, content marketing, and more.
Just because you’re getting many YouTube impressions and views doesn’t mean you’re connecting with the right audiences. Learn about better targeting options.
If you’re unfamiliar with Native ads, they are ads that show on relevant MSN web pages based on user intent signals.
Social media and content marketing go hand-in-hand. Columnist Jordan Kasteler shares ways to ensure your social efforts are getting your content in front of more eyeballs.
Understanding how your customer’s (and your own) brain works can help you provide better content and increase social engagement.
Need to turn off your website for a period of time, but worry your Google rankings will drop? Here are some tips from Google’s John Mueller on how to handle it.
Do you really need rich snippets? It’s much easier than you think it is. Find out why you need them and how to get started today.
Do you know what’s coming in 2017 for the SEO world? Be proactive about the health of your website and read advice on how to stay ahead of the Google curve.
Link building is hard. What if your content could do the bulk of the work for you? Kerry Jones shares how well-researched, authoritative content can ensure you earn quality links long after you’ve stopped actively promoting it.
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