More social shares. Better engagement. Content that connects. You want all those good things from your social media and content, right? Of course you do! Good news. There’s a simple way you can both stand out and ride trending topics so you get more followers and more engagement. Better yet, you have a massive
Most businesses now know that social media needs to be part of their marketing mix. The reason Twitter, Facebook and other social networks are so meaningful is that social media drives traffic to their websites. More leads = more sales. Period. Now the question is how to effectively generate leads via social media.
Last week Dan Zarrella of Hubspot and Ben Watson of Hootsuite delivered an epic webinar, The Science of Inbound Marketing. This webinar was not just a high-level overview. It was a torrential flood of tactical advice based on Dan’s research and data analysis. It was unbelievable how fast he talked to get through all the
Search Marketing Expo San Jose (aka SMX) was the mecca for search marketing and SEO this week. Alas, I had to watch from the sidelines. I was paying attention to the Twitter streams and recaps though. This edition of Angus Prime Filets delivers links to these recaps and slides from my favorite SMX sessions: Mega Recaps on
If you are launching a new website or even just want to track the daily tasks of maintaining an existing site, then you want to have a simple checklist and daily tracker. Here is a spreadsheet that I use when starting work on a new website. It is also the same sheet that I use every day as a daily tracker for BobAngus.com.
The first week of 2008 has gone in a blur. It took all my will power to not spend too much time this week reviewing the many eye-popping 2007 stats posts. After all, I know that the key to John Chow's 2007 success has been action, not daydreaming about somebody else's fortune. Here are some of the articles that I found