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Who’s Afraid of the Spam Folder? How to Always Reach the Inbox

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How many of your emails reach your subscribers’ inboxes? 100%? 90% 80%? It might be less than you think. Many of us – me included, until recently – think that when we talk about emails reaching the inbox, we’re talking about deliverability rate. But we’re not.Read more

5 Tools And Tips For Creating The Perfect Headline

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Once more I sit down to my desk to write about the craft of one of the most important often overlooked pieces of blogging puzzle – writing headlines. It’s certainly a hot topic at the moment, and so I’m fully charged with the latest tips tricks and tools for you.Read more

What Do ISPs Really Look At In Content: Deliverability Part VI

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Anti-spam content filters used by ISPs have been in development for many years now. With so many ways for spammers to get their messages across, we look at reputation based methods (hijacking or rotating IPs, rotating from address, generating new domains to remove the reputation value). However with the global change to IPv6 on the horizon, focusing on content is becoming even more important.Read more

Don’t Be Mistaken For A Spammer: Deliverability Part V

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We already covered the most important matters about lists, so lets move on to content. I would like to point out here that content and list quality can be looked at as closely related subjects, as high quality content can improve your relations and engagement rates the same way bad content can put your subscribers off and make them unsubscribe, ignore, or even mark your messages as spam.Read more

The ABC’s of Instagram

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Still putting off Instagram? I had been. But then I saw just one too many headlines about this platform, and so I dove in. After a flurry of research and messing around, here’s what I learned.Read more

4 Rules That Will Help You Turn Complaints Into Gold on Social Media

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Social media is tricky. It gives you the opportunity to connect to your customers and nurture relationships with them – and that’s a great thing for brands. But most of all, it gives your customers the power to influence brand behavior by sharing information about it. Which is a great thing too, of course, but makes the job of a social media manager all the more difficult, when the information is not exactly what they’ve been hoping for.Read more

Getting A Kick Out Of Kickstarter – How To Smash Your Target

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Over the past 12 months I’ve found myself increasingly writing more and more about a financial revolution that is taking place right now as you read this. The umbrella term is ‘financial technology’ – or FinTech, as it is now commonly known – and covers everything from electronic invoicing systems to advanced artificial customer relations to Apple Payand BitCoin.

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We Tweeted, We Campaigned, We Created a Case Study #CMWorld

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We’re coming closer to Content Marketing World, every content marketers favorite event of the year. And as time closes in on us, we’re all trying our best to establish new “marketerships”, working with our companies to make sure others know we’re there. Aren’t we?Read more

Are You Making The Most Out of Influencer Marketing?

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One of your primary goals as a social media marketer is to expand your brand’s reach as far as possible. The others are to increase your credibility amongst your peers and followers in your industry, establish yourself as a thought leader, and of course to keep driving traffic, conversions and sales on your company’s website.Read more

15 Reasons To Invest In Your Personal Brand On LinkedIn

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People buy people. Always have, always will. That’s why the phrase “it’s not what you know it’s who you know” is as true now as it was 100 years ago. Today they are buying your personal brand. Think you don’t need a personal brand? Think again!Read more

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