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So, you’re on the content marketing bandwagon. You want massive amounts of traffic to your site. You eat, sleep, and dream inbound traffic. Actually, you just might be a content marketing growth hacker, or what I like to call a content hacker.
What Is Growth Hacking Anyway?
Do you want growth on your blog? Are you willing to dig in deep and get your hands dirty while getting there? Do you have more time than money? You probably have a thing or two to learn from a growth hacker.
According to Wikipedia, growth hacking is “a marketing technique developed by technology startups which uses creativity, analytical thinking, and social metrics to sell products and gain exposure.” Said simply, growth hacking is a way to drive huge product (or blog, in our case) growth.
These aren’t your obvious marketing techniques, though. These are the little things that drive big results because in growth hacking, small ideas can bring massive growth. Instead of advertising, growth hackers use brainpower, creativity, engineering, and analytical data to hack their way to the results that they need.
We all know the importance of having and maintaining a social media profile. Whether you are online to promote your personal brand, your business or just to increase your SEO results through Google+, your social media profile is an extension of yourself.
In a 2013 report by Social Media Examiner, 89% of markters said increased exposure was their number one reason for being on social media.
It stands to reason, then, that you would want that exposure to be positive for you and your brand. Maintaining proper etiquette on each platform is essential for cultivating online relationships and promoting yourself in the best way possible.
The following infographic offers etiquette tips for each of the most popular social media platforms. Follow these tips to be your best self online:
Infographic Source: TollFreeForwarding.com
The most prominent success stories in business are usually associated with B2C firms. This is simply because there are a lot more consumers in the world than there are business owners! There aren’t too many B2B success storiesgoing around, true.
However, these kinds of businesses can still achieve a massive amount of growth in a short space of time. This is what you’ve been dreaming of, right?
There are many great tactics utilised by B2B businesspeople, which can turn unknown firms into giants in a sho
Do you love Marketing? Who doesn’t being a blogger or a business. But in this Digital World, there is an Abbreviation that has been most trending these days. I think you know that, its Growth Hacking. Today let’s discover about Growth Hacking. What it is and let’s explore some awesome growth hacking tools and resources.
Growth hacking. Some believe it’s the new inbound marketing, while others say it’s simply a new twist on an old story. Whatever your take, it’s difficult to deny that growth hacking gets results. Leveraging social metrics and audience analysis, marketers are learning to create scalable ideas that generate solid growth in online followers, and ultimately in sales. A great way to begin is by analysing your content strategy. Here are 5 quick tips to get started:
With a new year comes new challenges and new goals. Marketers need to become more versatile and consistent with their content creation, and the demand for infographics in 2016 is definitely increasing. It’s not always easy to launch into the creation process of your first infographic, and many people become too overwhelmed that they just give up. Well, before you start hyperventilating, hear me out. What if I told you that creating your first infographic could be both painless and quick?
Everybody will tell you that if you are building a company you should make sure that your market is big enough. Otherwise, even if you dominate the whole market, you might not be making enough money to build a big and successful business.
The problem is that it’s almost impossible for a new startup to compete with the big guys and conquer a significant market share of a big market.
Luckily, there’s a workaround.
In this post I will share my thoughts on how to start with a small market, dominate it and expand your success to a huge market.
When you’re just starting out as a business owner it’s easy to become wrapped up in the seemingly endless number of metrics you *need* to pay attention to in order to determine the success of your business.
However, the problem with following a lot of metrics is that it can become very easy to not pay close attention to any of them, and isn’t the whole point of following metrics so that you know exactly what’s going on with your startup?
Metrics have the potential to offer a ton of insight into your successes and failures, but only if you know which ones to track without getting overwhelmed.
That’s why we’ve compiled this list of 10 important marketing metrics that every new start-up owner should master:
Social media is so simple anyone can do it.
Wait, scratch that.
Social media is so simple anyone can do it wrong. Let’s look at how you can stay in front of a social media blunder and create the kind of social media presence that can actually help your audience while promoting your brand.
The contextual science of marketing influence in social media
To identify the ambassadors and influencers that will fit the best to a campaign in social media, marketing professionals and business leaders should not rely solely on their social score. This is not because a specialist has a great influence, or a user enjoys a buzz in social media, it may meet the criteria of a branding campaign. The science of marketing influence is based on a contextual, more complex analysis, which can only be assessed case-by-case.
To understand the value of an ambassador or influencer in the context before us, we must not only identify what type of influencer can match among its criteria, but also more difficult to measure evaluate certain aspects, such as their true expertise and authority accorded them in their niche. And wonder how this influencer (or ambassador) may be able to help.
This contextual analysis can be done by first validating five ¨ C ¨ of influence in social media, in the adoption curve and use of influencers (and ambassadors). They identify and easier to recognize the five different types of influencers in social networks (read also: Social Media Influencers or Ambassadors – How To Identify Them).
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