17 Smart Things the Most Productive People Do Every Day

17 Smart Things the Most Productive People Do Every Day

To be a productivity guru, you need a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort, according to Paul J. Meyer. Here are 17 smart habits to adopt that will help you be your most productive self every day. Are to-do lists ruining your life? Do your to-do tasks never actually get done? That’s why I long ago ditched to-do …

Where 11 Types of Content Fit Into Your Sales Funnel

Where 11 Types of Content Fit Into Your Sales Funnel

You have the subscriber. They’re in your email funnel. Now, it’s up to you to not leave them hanging! Using email, you need to gradually transition your reader from a subscriber to prospect and, ultimately, to a customer. That might sound like a lot of work, but you have all the tools you need in your arsenal already. Now is …

Why Extremely Savvy Entrepreneurs Rely Heavily On Marketing Leverage Not Cash!

Why Extremely Savvy Entrepreneurs Rely Heavily On Marketing Leverage Not Cash!

Did you happen to read, the recent post, (and watch) the really cool “how to” video, by one of my expertcoaches Gail Gardner,(ofgrowmap.com fame) explaining, why and how, you and I, definitely need to be registered members of trello.com. Anyway, Gail’s excellent video, (which) originally appeared on her youtube channel BTW, takes you through, how and why, savvy entrepreneurs (such …

How to Integrate Your Social Media and Content Marketing

How to Integrate Your Social Media and Content Marketing

Social media marketing means promoting your website through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networks acheter cialis en pharmacie. This is a highly effective way to build fans, to interact with your visitors and to gain more visitors to your site. Content marketing, on the other hand, means adding blog posts and articles to your website so that you can …

How to Stop Overthinking Your Content and Start Writing What Customers Love

How to Stop Overthinking Your Content and Start Writing What Customers Love

You might find it hard to believe, but content doesn’t have to be game-changing to perform well and achieve its objectives. In my experience, a lot of marketers are fixated on creating that “perfect” piece of content. They tell themselves they won’t settle for anything less, but the reality is that what they wind up creating is rarely as revolutionary …

Building Your Advanced Content Marketing Sales Funnel

Building Your Advanced Content Marketing Sales Funnel

By now, most marketers (and founders for that matter) get the basic idea of a sales funnel. In my last post I covered how you can apply a basic sales funnel in the context of content marketing. In that post, I explained the 3 basic levels of your content marketing sales funnel: The truth? The above concepts are probably all …

Amplify Your Story

Amplify Your Story

Whether it’s mommy bloggers, online tech gurus, Instagram fashion icons, or foodies on Facebook, social influencers are on the rise, and brands are responding in kind. A November 2016 survey by Linqia, a San Francisco-based provider of content marketing solutions, found that nearly half of marketers polled planned to increase their influencer marketing budget this year. In many ways, social …

10 Content Marketing Lessons I Learned From Seeing How Our Content Is Shared

10 Content Marketing Lessons I Learned From Seeing How Our Content Is Shared

Do you know which blog posts or webpages are driving the most visits to your website right now? Probably. It’s not amateur hour. But did you know: But, honestly, it’s hard to find good statistics on how much referral traffic is driven from social, because, until recently, you couldn’t tell how much web traffic was coming from each individual social …

How to Use Jargon for Good

How to Use Jargon for Good, Not Evil, in Your Content and Marketing

In content marketing and in journalism, the word jargon has come to be used mostly as an insult. It’s a label that people put on unfamiliar language they dismiss as gibberish. Jargon has another meaning, though, and it doesn’t have an inherently negative connotation: the specialized vocabulary or language that a profession or group uses. Often riddled with industry-specific acronyms …