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Origin Stories of Powerful Blogs: How WordStream Moves the Needle on Traffic, Leads, & Awesomeness by @tomdemers

Let’s find out how Wordstream moved toward being a powerful blog that have large readerships and get lots of traffic and shares.

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5 Expert Tips That Will Get You On the Road to Conversion by @markjohnh

Who doesn’t love road trips? Here are expert tips that will get you on the road to conversion.

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Ready, Set, Pin! Buffer Announces Pinterest Partnership by @thebigdebowski

Buffer just announced this past week that they’ve officially partnered with Pinterest to make it even easier to pin consistently, measure your progress, and set your own course for Pinterest success. Buffer Awesome and Buffer for Business customers can now post and schedule to Pinterest, in addition to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. Buffer has created a simple way to schedule pins. Using Buffer for Pinterest, you can: Pin from anywhere on the web, or upload your own image Create a variety of unique daily Pinning schedules customized just for you Track and measure repins, likes, and comments Since we […]

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‘What Should I Post on Facebook?’ 12 Facebook Tactics Working Right Now by @courtneyseiter

If you feel challenged by Facebook marketing these days, you’re not alone. Here are 12 tactics to take a look at adding to your Facebook marketing toolbox.

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The Scientific Secrets of Shareable Content: What BuzzFeed, Malcolm Gladwell, & #TheDress Have in Common by @JeffGoins

Is it possible to replicate the success of clickbait content? The truth is there is compelling science behind the success of shareable content.

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9 Ways to Leverage Social Proof Without Looking Like an Idiot by @syedbalkhi

Trust is the most important factor in a person’s purchase decision. Here are ways to leverage social proof to boost sales and conversions.

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The One Thing You Need to Build a Personal Brand and Become a Thought Leader by @syedbalkhi

Just because you create a personal website and call yourself a “social media expert” or “marketing expert” doesn’t make you a thought leader.

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Mobile-Only Internet Users Surpass Desktop-Only Users For First Time Ever by @mattsouthern

ComScore reports that, for the first time ever, the amount users who use the internet exclusively on mobile devices has exceeded the amount of users who exclusively use desktop devices. However, it’s important to note that this does not mean the the internet is being accessed more frequently on mobile overall. This data only tracks users who exclusively use one type of device. The report indicates that there is quite a bit of crossover from people who use both types of devices. Even with that being the case, this is still a significant milestone and represents how far mobile has […]

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A Defense of “Small Content”: 6 Shorter Blog Post Types that Still Work by @tomdemers

Here are some specific examples small content can make more sense than an X,000 word opus.

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3 Ways to Find and Win New #SEO Clients by @dariozadro

There is no single way for most providers to find new SEO clients. But, finding new customers and allowing them to find you does not have to be hard either.

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