Everyone loves a good intrigue. We like to think there’s a hidden agenda behind regular, day to day events. This is particularly true with SEO professionals, many of whom worry that Google is constantly scheming to control the SERPs (search engine results page).
Marketing campaigns live and die by data. One of the recent campaigns I was managing drove me to open up my analytics report every hour. (Holiday season, anyone?)
As long as I’ve been working in the digital space, there has been a pervasive idea that all content must be absolutely unique, lest you face the wrath of Google and catch a penalty for duplicate content.
Apple may go head to head with other manufacturers like Samsung to gain consumer attention, but Apple has never had a race-to-the-bottom price war.
Would you believe me if I told you that with a few simple strokes on the keyboard, you could tiptoe your way past your audience’s conscious objections, directly influence their subconscious minds, and instantly boost your conversion rates?
Marketers often have a love/hate relationship with case studies. Writing case studies can be nothing short of a chore. They are an incredibly time-consuming task and require tons of scheduling. And when you think about it, why would anyone trust your side of a case study story? Despite that, case…
Full disclosure: I’m not a developer. I don’t code. And yet, as a digital marketer, I find myself looking at the source code of websites all the time.
It’s not just a word that applies to different countries and ethnicities. Yet, this is how we commonly think about culture, as some sort of invisible style of thinking that permeates a specific group of people.