The Best Content Marketing Ever

Two years ago, my inbox was at 28k+ unread messages. Forget overwhelming — my inbox was simply un-addressable. If something fell below the fold (50 emails), it was effectively gone forever, unless I remembered and specifically searched for it. This led to dropped communications, forgotten tasks, and a constant anxiety that I was missing something […]

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30 Articles in 30 Days: An Update on Our Content Marketing Project

MarketingProfs featured our article about glassCanopy’s content marketing project on their homepage this morning and we’ve seen a deluge of traffic. So, I thought I’d offer a quick update. It’s been three months since we published “Content Marketing Lessons: 30 Articles in 30 Days.” Since then, we’ve posted 59 additional articles to bring us to […]

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Marketing Professional Services, Part 1: Give Your People a Soapbox

Marketing professional services requires that you effectively market the brands of both the company and the skilled individuals that comprise it. Too often, I see service companies promoting themselves only as organizations and not as organizations AND a collection of highly talented individuals. Focusing on the personal brands of just the top executives is not […]

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Fill Those Desks: Tips for Marketing Training Services & Seminars

This is the first in a series discussing strategies for marketing professional services. A young Harvard Associate Professor will garner instant credibility as an educator just by her association with such a prestigious university. But as her prospective students shop around for the optimal classroom experience, they’ll expect to learn more about her specific credentials […]

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Twitter’s New Targeting Feature: Tailored Audiences

Back in December, Twitter launched a new feature that they don’t seem to be promoting much called Tailored Audiences. In fact, it’s almost like they’re hiding it.[1]  It’s totally killer though; content marketers everywhere should be thinking about how to best incorporate it into their distribution strategy. Targeted Audiences are Passé Now, Tailored Audiences are […]

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Retargeting, Segments, and Dashboards: Google Analytics Enhancements

I am infamous in our office for complaining about Google Analytics’ habit of “continuous improvement” — the changing of their UX basically every two weeks without much warning or explanation. However, this time, I’m excited to see two new, enhanced features they’ve been rolling out over the last couple of weeks that absolutely make it […]

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PPC is Boring. What’s Next?

A recent article on PPC trends caught my eye. It reports that the average CPC for paid search ads rose again across all search engines in the fourth quarter of 2013; it currently stands at $1.33. Mobile, of course, continued its inexorable rise. And Bing is once again a market-share afterthought at 15.6%.  (Thanks to The Search […]

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