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Aug 23 2011   10:09AM GMT

What is Your Marketing Content Saying About Your Brand?



Posted by: EmNichs
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What Changing Social Media Usage Means for Marketers
The number of Facebook users in the US will increase 13.4% this year, eMarketer estimates, after 38.6% growth in 2010 and a whopping 90.3% rise the year before. The rate of adult Twitter user adoption has similarly begun to plateau, dropping from 293.1% growth in 2009 to 26.3% this year and still slowing.  [Read full story at eMarketer]

 

Adventures in Email Marketing: I’m Writing to Say I’m Sorry
Everybody makes mistakes, even email marketers. You can have any number of controls in place to prevent errors with your email programs, but as long as there is a human involved at some point (and there should be), there are going to be mistakes. Of course, technology isn’t completely off the hook either – Y2K anyone?
[Read full story at ClickZ]

 

5 Content Creation Mistakes That Could Be Killing Your Blog’s Traffic
Content is king; we’ve heard it time and again. So why is there still a plethora of crap content not only available online, but sometimes ranking? You don’t want to be a one-shot wonder, ranking high in search (until you’re found out) but losing readers once they realize you really don’t have much to offer in the quality department. Here are five mistakes webmasters make in content creation… 
[Read full story at TalentZoo.com]

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