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January 2017

Top 5 contents that I read in December 2016

By using smart techniques, such as using the location name in the website URL and building citations, a local business could dominate their local SEO scene.

December 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in November 2016

Earlier in 2016, in their 3rd year of operation, Front App raised $10 million in Series A funding. Here is the pitch deck they used.

November 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in October 2016

Virtual Reality looks entertaining but isolating. Mark Zuckerberg’s version is all about hanging with your real friends.

October 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in September 2016

We’ve got loads of stats for you to get your teeth into this week, including news about CX, digital skills, Rio records and more.

September 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in August 2016

You’ve got content on your site that doesn’t intentionally target any keyword. But how do you identify those opportunities and, most importantly, capitalize on them?

August 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in July 2016

What’s the deal with Accelerated Mobile Pages, and how do they relate to micro-moments? Columnist Jim Yu discusses the connection and explains what brands need to know to stay ahead of the curve.

July 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in June 2016

Which 2016 Social Media Marketing Platforms should you use? Research analyzed to guide your marketing. Includes top 5 trends of 2016 (with charts).

June 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in May 2016

According to researchers at Stanford, highly targeted ads may not be all they’re cracked up to be.

May 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in April 2016

Whether you’re a marketer at a Fortune 500 company or a small startup, limited budget and resources are probably one of the biggest challenges you and your team face. So how you go about developing and executing effective marketing strategies on a tight budget that will help grow your business? One potential solution is growth hacking.

April 2016

Top 5 contents that I read in March 2016

Leanplum, a mobile marketing automation platform, is announcing its first research study today, called “Breaking Barriers to Push Notification Engagement.” The study, which is the result of an analysis of 671 million push notifications and 1.4 billion in-app events, reveals that upwards of 63 percent of marketers around the world completely miss the mark on messaging, timing, and the frequency of their app marketing efforts.