During each Insider Session, Dean answers the most frequently asked questions in four to six minute audio sessions. Questions are centered around tools and technology, content, distribution and advanced guest blogging tactics.
He often posts results from experiments which are the things that I read the most from him, but if you are just starting with Facebook Advertising Jon’s blog is one of the best if not the best place learn from.
Hi there Jennifer! Thanks so much for the comment and for the great thoughts here about SumoMe and AddThis. Sounds like you’ve found a lot of great value from AddThis, I really appreciate your adding it to the conversation here. Seems like a great option!
Now if there isn’t anything out there like this….its a huge miss!! Maintaining a company’s website press coverage is a time consuming, mindless job really….all you are doing is taking an abstract from an article someone else wrote about your organization (Newspapers/magazines/television/blogs etc), and creating a link for the reader to read the original article. But however time consuming the job is, it is important to keep the information current, relative, and timely for a lot of reasons and for a nonprofit could mean the difference between getting further press coverage or not.
The different components that make up online marketing, as well as the different tactics used to enhance online interaction between customers and brands, can easily fill a book. However, there are basic principles that underpin many of the best practices that form the foundation of a solid online marketing strategy.
The best email advertisers grasp the private way of email correspondences and take care to treat their email subscribers somewhat more special compared to non-subscribers. This should be possible by offering- access to elite content, unique email subscribers’ rebates, customized bargains, or other “insider” products not available to the outside audiences.
Your marketing goals should always be tied back to the fundamental goals of the business. For example, if your business’s goal is to increase online revenue by 20%, your goal as a marketer might be to generate 50% more leads via the website than you did last year to contribute towards that success.
This is an awesome list! To add to the incredible length, I just found another tool you could add, Vidvision. It’s new and allows you to add an email capture form to any embedded YouTube video. https://www.getvidvision.com
Nice post.Content is the cornerstone of online marketing.Content builds credibility,authority with the audience.Video marketing is an easier method to with audience.Videos are informative and entertaining
One of my favorite features of Mavenlink is that you can assign tasks to others (either clients or those within your organization), assign a deadline and see when they’ve started and completed said task.
Google is another company you’ve probably heard of before, and its digital marketing course offers a ton of valuable information if you plan to advertise and rank on the search engine. You can even take a Google AdWords certification at the end of the process that helps you beef up your resume (and your Google+ profile).