The news that Facebook manipulated users' news feeds to determine if moods could be affected based on what emotions they see has spread like wildfire. Experts from all over the globe have weighed in, and debates over privacy are running rampant. There is a ton of information circulating about the study – and some of it is conflicting. Let's look at the study, the pushback, and what it could mean for marketers.
Your content is the most important part of your website. I repeat, your content is the most important part of your website. And a big mistake a lot of people make is forgetting it, or leaving it behind, when engaging in a website refresh project. I came across this article by Mark Evans, which
DrupalCon Austin is just around the corner, so take a few moments to get nostalgic. This interactive Storymap will take you through every DrupalCon back to 2005 and give you the chance to go to the original websites - which have evolved tremendously through the ages!
Is the first item on your "marketing your website to-do list" hiring an SEO firm? Cross it off. Embrace the do-it-yourself mentality and repeat after me: You don't need to hire an SEO professional to tell you if your website is optimized. You can do it yourself. Right now.
Staying current with industry trends is essential to mastering your content marketing efforts and becoming a thought leader in your area of expertise. Use these 8 tools for tapping industry knowledge for your content marketing efforts.
Social media accounts come with a host of benefits.They connect people and businesses, allow for social sharing and provide the opportunity to reach new customers. But the most important benefit of corporate social media accounts is the opportunity to cultivate customer loyalty. Let's look at some
Our eating habits aren’t that hard to identify, but is your content reflecting those good or bad habits? While we can see the effects of what we feed ourselves directly, are we seeing the effect of what we feed our site visitors and followers?
You've put a lot of effort into organizing and promoting your company's event. After the projectors power down and the table clothes fold up, how should you go about contacting the people you met to continue the dialogue?