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    2. What is Permission Marketing Anyway?

      What is Permission Marketing Anyway?
      We are inundated with ads. The average consumersees between 4,000 and 10,000 ads a day. And we tune them out. Permission marketing is a solution to this problem. This marketing strategy requires the consent of the individual you're marketing to before contacting them. While more difficult than traditional marketing, it's easy to see the benefits. PureB2B contributor Johanna Rivard explains why permission marketing exists: For the ...
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    3. 5 Tactics to Crank up Your Content Marketing Efforts

      5 Tactics to Crank up Your Content Marketing Efforts
      Are you creating content without a documented strategy? If so, it might be time to change your plan as recent research shows marketers who take the time to document their strategy are more effective than those who don't. Mike Lieberman of Square 2 Marketing suggests several ways to crank up your content marketing efforts. One idea to get you started? Be contrarian or take a position. You need to ...
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    4. How to Beat Your Competitors' Blog Content

      How to Beat Your Competitors' Blog Content
      We've all had that moment where we come across a competitor's blog post and become incredibly jealous. Why didn't we think of that first? Ian Cleary provides several tips for researching the blog content of competitors in order to improve your own practices. One tip he provides is to conduct proper keyword research. Finding out what keywords competitors blog content is ranking for gives you additional ideas ...
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    5. Supporting the Buyers' Journey

      Supporting the Buyers' Journey
      Content marketing relies on the distribution of content to readers so that it can be found, as opposed to traditional outbound marketing that is broadcasted far and wide in order to generate demand. Content marketing strategies that just aim to publish as much content as possible tend to lean further towards an information packed outbound strategy, according to John Jantsch in his guest post on Brian Solis' blog. People dont ...
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    6. Taking Content Across Borders

      Taking Content Across Borders
      Developing a successful content strategy is tough enough when your organization is restricted to one region or country. Extending your content marketing tactics to other major global regions - Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, etc. takes a lot of planning and consideration. Rebecca Lieb gives marketers some global content advice. Regional Content Leaders: We recommend that every major global region (Europe, the Middle East, Asia, etc.) have someone who owns ...
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    7. Expert Tips for Optimizing Content

      Expert Tips for Optimizing Content
      With 71 percent of organizations increasing spend on content marketing this year, it's becoming increasingly difficult to cut through the noise of the online publishing industry and ensure that content is effective. Arnie Kuenn provides content marketers with tips and tactics from experts on how to optimize your content strategy. Alan Bleiweiss, SEO expert: At this point, Im a broken record in regard to the top tip for optimizing ...
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  3. About inbound marketing

    Inbound marketing is a style of marketing that essentially focuses on getting found by customers. This sense is related to relationship marketing and Seth Godin's idea of permission marketing. David Meerman Scott recommends that marketers "earn their way in" (via publishing helpful information on a blog etc.) in contrast to outbound marketing where they used to have to "buy, beg, or bug their way in" (via paid advertisements, issuing press releases in the hope they get picked up by the trade press, or paying commissioned sales people, respectively).