There’s some exciting things going on! Check out our latest posts this week!
Also, we’ve picked out some informative articles and great reading from around the web we think you’ll find valuable too! Happy reading!
This Week on our Blog…
|The Demise of Google Reader – I’ll miss you!
Google Reader is being retired on July 1st. The speculation is that Google Reader usage has declined due to Google+, and the company decided now is the time to re-focus their software teams.
|Corporate Identity, Branding and Web Marketing: Alignment is Key
When it comes to the efforts you put into corporate identity, branding and web marketing, are you conveying a truly cohesive message? Possibly overlooked and often misunderstood, your logo, identity and brand make up the visual and emotional perceptions of your business and, while they are all deeply inter-related, they should not be confused with each other.
|How to Post an Article on LinkedIn for Lead Generation
Yesterday one of our new clients asked me “How do I post an article on LinkedIn?” It occurred to me that I haven’t written about LinkedIn too often here, so it seemed like a good time for a post on how to use LinkedIn.
|Use LinkedIn’s Skills and Expertise Page to Reach Your Target Market
What if there was a social media tool that could tell you:
That would be pretty cool, huh?
and Some Worthwhile Reading From Around the Web…
|55pc of mobile search conversions happen in one hour: study
With more than half of mobile searches resulting in a conversion within one hour, marketers need to be prepared to quickly serve users a full spectrum of information once a search has been made, according to a new study from Google and Nielsen.
| Senior Living Providers Buy Into the Internet, Wary of Social Media
Senior living providers won’t argue with the power of the Internet to drive leads, but most are still wary of interacting with social media.
|12 Ways to Connect, Create, and Collaborate Using Google Hangouts
You’re a content marketer, and you care about connection and collaboration. But you live in a remote village in Alaska, and you can’t just hop down to the local Chamber of Commerce when you need to pick up a little extra business.
At TopRank Online Marketing, we’ve been singing SlideShare’s praises for years. With over 50 pieces of content shared through the platform, some closing in on 100,000 views, we’re well aware of its power and potential.