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Wednesday Weekly Marketing Tips #7

Looking for some midweek marketing inspiration? We’ve pulled together some great articles for you. Take a look, hopefully there will be one or two you can action to help your business. If you see anything that you’d like to discuss further, give us a shout on 02392 007 823 or We’d be happy to help.




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Think Your Social Media’s Ready for 2017? Read This First

Increasingly, savvy marketers know that social media is far more than an entertaining pastime for the majority of consumers. The content you post on your social media properties (thought leadership, news, ideas and customer support) is also growing in importance as a source of lead generation and sales.

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Ask a Content Guy: How Do I Scale My Content Marketing Program?

Scaling your content marketing program is on a lot of people’s minds right now. 2017 is approaching, so it’s time to plan how we’re going to kick ass next year. And there’s never a more optimistic time in content than when you’re planning your ideal budget…

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The secret to designing click-worthy Facebook Ads

On Facebook, the competition for attention is tough. You’re up against baby photos, cat videos, party invites, and that new hit song everyone’s talking about. Sometimes, it can feel like it’s impossible to stand out among the crowd.
The good news is that there are a few key tactics you can use to earn readers’ interest and generate referral traffic back to your site.

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Getting into the Flow: How and Why All Profit-Minded Marketers Should Document User Flows

Think about a time when a website felt clunky, confusing, or downright unfriendly. There you were trying to do something – get information, buy a product, download a case study – and you couldn’t get it done.

The link wasn’t where you expected it. They asked for details you felt were unnecessary. There was no form or button. It all felt counterintuitive.

That’s flow interrupted. It’s like slamming into a brick wall.

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