Just how digitally savvy would you say your business is? Very? Kinda? Not a lot? The digital world is moving on — with or without you — at an incredible pace: 61% of content marketers meet with their team daily or weekly to create the most effective content marketing strategies [source: CMI] Mobile now captures two out of every three digital media minutes in the US [source: comScore] Search: Google’s algorithms may now show results based on what part of the funnel you’re in [source: SearchEngine Land] 80% of marketing automation users saw their number of leads increase, and 77% saw the number of conversions increase [source: VB Insight] So exactly how can you keep up? Start with these 12 ways you can become more digitally savvy …
At the end of each year, we present you with our most shared blog posts (here are the 2013 and 2014 top posts). This year is no different, only we want to focus on the crux of the article — the advice — from these 10 articles, and expand on that. So read on for our 10 pieces of top content and advice for 2015 … all in one place!
Updated! Last year we wrote a post asking you to steal our content distribution ideas for 2015. Now that 2015 is nearly over, I thought I’d let you know how those ideas panned out and give you some tried-and-true ways to distribute your content in the New Year. It’s pretty safe to say that businesses are waking up and realizing that the “write epic shit” phase of marketing is over. Getting your content seen, getting it to move, and getting your audience to fall in love with the content you’re constantly delivering is NOW. Here’s how to get that done in 2016.
Whether you’re dabbling in social media or making a career out of it, there’s a language among us social media geeks that you’ve probably heard bellowed down the halls of Facebook, and babbled in Twitter chats. While there are probably hundreds or more of social media acronyms out there, we’re going to focus on 40 social media acronyms we think you should know.