Now, time to kick back and catch up on the latest great reading from Sigma and around the web!
Good grammar is the most basic of all basic blogging practices. Read more for to find out why grammar should be your best friend.
Three broad rules of typography: make it legible, make it readable, and make it beautiful. “Legible” and “readable” aren’t too hard for me, but that third rule, “Make it beautiful” … well, that one definitely doesn’t come easy to me.
With Google’s algorithms constantly changing, one of the most crucial ways to maintain your rankings is by establishing authority, and blogging the best way to do it.
Lead scoring best practices help you attach values to each of your leads based on their professional information and the behavior they’ve exhibited on your website.
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I am frequently asked Should I connect on LinkedIn with competitors? My quick answer is Are you nuts? Why would you want to hand over your database of prospects and customers to a competitor? However, because not all relationships are simple and one dimensional (competitor or not a competitor), here are some factors to consider when deciding whether to connect with a “competitor.”
Don’t worry, I’m not going to tell you to format them with big bold headers.(But you should totally do that.) I’ve written and edited hundreds of list posts, and there’s one thing I’ve learned about what makes them great. The best list posts have the right balance between list length and list item explanation.
The only constant is change. From technology trends to changing business models to evolving consumer behaviors, there’s a lot to consider in order for today’s marketers to really have a handle on what’s important about what’s next.