Internet Marketing Front Running 13/07/2016

by dansilvestre 7 replies
Hi Warriors,

We are starting a new segment called "Internet Marketing Front Running".

The aim is to bring you the best content, insights and news from the previous day in the Internet Marketing world.

This will help you stay up to date on all things happening and changing in Internet Marketing.

Visit these threads everyday and post your comments or add additional sources if you want. Feel free to share these in social media as well.

The thread will also be sticky for the day, being replaced the next day.

Enjoy!

Articles


- SumoMe: The Anatomy of A Facebook Call to Action (That Actually Gets Clicked)

- Neil Patel: How to Double Your Traffic by Finding the Low-Hanging Fruit in Your Blog Archives

- Search Engine Journal: A Beginner's Guide to Local SEO

- Blogging Tips:3 Social Media Ideas for ‘Boring’ Businesses

- Moz: The Search Marketer’s Guide to ItemRef & ItemID

- Search Engine Watch: Facebook ad targeting: every possible option available

- Robbie Richards: How To Promote Your Blog Posts To Get 20,109 Social Shares (32 Step-By-Step Tactics)

- Unbounce: Are You Missing this Vital Ingredient In Your Content Strategy?

- Social Media Examiner: 3 Ways to Improve Your Twitter Ad Performance

- Crazy Egg: How to Build Strong Customer Relationships to Boost Retention

- Adweek: Google Updates Mobile Search Results to Make Trip Planning, Shopping Easier

- Buffer App: 28 of the Best Marketing Campaigns and Experiments of 2016 (and the People Behind Them)

- Content Marketing Institute: Does Your Content Answer Searchers’ Questions?

- Econsultancy: What brands can learn from Nintendo’s digital transformation and Pokemon GO

- Sprout Social: The Ultimate Guide to Twitter Chats

- Word Stream: 15 Ways to Get More Customers on the Cheap

- Amplitude: Pokémon GO: A Lesson In Product Rebranding

Channel Insights


- Facebook: Instagram #NoFilter Sessions: Local experts. Live answers. Real results.

Let me know your thoughts and how we can improve it

Cheers
Dan
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  • I really like this idea. If you can keep the quality (credibility of links) up as well as the selection, this could help a lot of people. It's like your daily dose if marketing knowledge in one place.

    One suggestion to consider is to have an easy way to access previous versions. I can see this as a resource to be used and referred to on an ongoing basis. Something may not be important to me today, but I may remember it 2 weeks from now and want to go hunt it down.

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author dansilvestre
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      I really like this idea. If you can keep the quality (credibility of links) up as well as the selection, this could help a lot of people. It's like your daily dose if marketing knowledge in one place.

      One suggestion to consider is to have an easy way to access previous versions. I can see this as a resource to be used and referred to on an ongoing basis. Something may not be important to me today, but I may remember it 2 weeks from now and want to go hunt it down.
      Thanks Mark! We will make sure we are only sharing top-notch content/resources.

      I'll also add a link to the threads of the last 7 days so Warriors can see that as well if they have missed it, thanks for the suggestion!

      Originally Posted by ShayRockhold View Post

      I like this idea, too.
      Thanks Shay, let us know we can improve it!

      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      I think you'll have to moderate the thread to keep it from becoming another playground for spammers. I can see people recommending their own articles or articles that mention them or their products/services/events/etc.

      Keeping up with links may be a problem. What is a front page news article today may be an archive link tomorrow.

      Also I think it will be a challenge to keep duplicate content off the thread. We don't all see the same article at the same time. What's new to you today might be something I submitted yesterday or two days ago.
      Thanks for your comment Steve. We'll keep an eye for spammers here, without a doubt!

      Also Front Running on a specific day will only show content from the previous day (and previous day only) so no duplicates should appear at all.

      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      I must admit, I don't get it.
      Instead of browsing multiple blogs per day to find the best content you can just check Front Running. We do the hard work for you
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    I like this idea, too.
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    great, the content is almost overview of the field helped me a lot to plan and implement its content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    I think you'll have to moderate the thread to keep it from becoming another playground for spammers. I can see people recommending their own articles or articles that mention them or their products/services/events/etc.

    Keeping up with links may be a problem. What is a front page news article today may be an archive link tomorrow.

    Also I think it will be a challenge to keep duplicate content off the thread. We don't all see the same article at the same time. What's new to you today might be something I submitted yesterday or two days ago.

    Yes, this is an interesting idea but as the saying goes . . . "no good deed goes unpunished!"

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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I agree with Steve, you should probably also consider turning off signatures for this section

    al
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    I must admit, I don't get it.
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