Month: April 2014

50+ Tools for Content Curation and Content Marketing

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media This list of tools for content curation and marketing are meant to help you find, sift and organize, then share – what’s relevant to your audience. Mike Ellsworth‘s insight: As usual when I

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4 Ways Visual Design Can Improve Your Social Media Marketing

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Find out how to use color, font, update templates and image filters to improve visual design and build recognition for your brand on social media networks. Mike Ellsworth‘s insight: If you’re not thinking

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Search Marketers Need to Evolve: Google is Rewarding Marketing Strategists

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Google is increasingly rewarding broader marketing strategy, which means your job is evolving. It isn’t enough to focus on search marketing; we all need to become marketing strategists. Here’s how. Mike Ellsworth‘s insight:

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What Type of Content Should You Create: Long or Short?

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Which form of content should you focus on creating? Should it be long, short, or a mix? If a mix, what’s the right ratio? It all depends. Here are the pros and cons

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Your Salesforce is Not Ready to do Social Selling

You say you’re interested in this concept you’re hearing so much about: social selling. You may even have invested some money in social selling Webinars or in actual training. But your salesforce is not ready to do social selling. Not

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