The Weekly Measure: Expediting Content Publishing, Link KPI Tracking & Twitter’s Character Limit Changes
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Kelly Exeter posted about how to improve writing skills on Copyblogger. Her advice includes three helpful activities to help one exercise and hone their mental muscles.
On WordStream, Larry Kim offered a sound summary of major changes coming soon to AdWords. Kim alerts readers to everything they need to know to prepare and move forward with their PPC strategies once these changes take effect.
Andrea Taylor wrote an article on the Clix Marketing blog about how to quickly transfer ads from AdWords Editor into Bing Ads Editor. She elaborates on her five step process for the creation of a Macro to make the transfer smoother and less time consuming.
Ronnie Charrier posted about Twitter’s now confirmed update to their character limit count on Social Media Today. He explains what changes will be made to how tweets can be written and what this means for marketers utilizing the platform.
Further illustrating the importance of Snapchat to today’s marketers, Clare McDermott of Content Marketing Institute looked to famous Snapchat user Shaun McBride for insight on how brands can benefit from the app. McBride discusses how he has helped brands get their feet wet with Snapchat and their strategies for their successes using it.
Eric Enge made a post on Search Engine Land highlighting Google’s competitors in the scope of search. Enge compares the search giant to companies growing their hold in the search space such as Facebook and Amazon, and adjustments to think about for marketers whose main or sole focus is Google.
Joost de Valk enlightened readers on the art of crafting good page titles for SEO on Yoast. His information-rich post offers tips on title writing aspects such as length, branding and optimization after publication.
Julie Joyce wrote an article on Search Engine Land about skills displayed by link builders with a firm grasp of the strategy. She lists five abilities that separate the experts from the novices such as the ability to analyze a site in terms of overall authority and relevance, effective communication by multiple channels, and knowing how to keep track on the balance of a link profile.
Andrew Dennis published a column on LinkedIn about tracking links as a key performance indicator (KPI). Dennis dives into how links are a strong KPI for digital campaigns, and how to glean helpful information from them.
About Glen Fisher
Glen comes to Vertical Measures with experience in the Arizona entertainment industry that helped him discover his natural flair for marketing and fueled his desire to pursue a career in the field.
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