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Bringing Sexy Back To Your Content Strategy: Actionable Tips From #SESSF Day Two

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Welcome back to aimClear’s continuing coverage of #SESSF 2013! After a stimulating day-two keynote with Patrick Thomas and surprise guest, Matt Cutts, talking tough calls on content this morning, it was a seamless transition for those who stuck around for Driving Value from Earned Media through Quality Content. Read on for actionable tips and best… Read More

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Free Advertising! How to Utilize Social Profile Images to Enhance B2B Content Strategy

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Let’s be honest. When it comes to creating a content strategy for B2Bs, we agency folk frequently encounter roadblocks in the form of extremely technical content that most people find decidedly “unsexy,” private information, corporate red tape, and a whole slew of other obstacles. It’s up to us to find every way possible to make… Read More

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Time-Saving (& Free!) Curation Tools For The Modern Multitasking Content Marketer

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Whether you’re outlining a roundup post for your blog, drafting a company newsletter or piecing together a content calendar, curation is a critical step in the writing process. And you don’t have to tell us – we understand finding content that is not only relevant, but high quality, can take a whole lot of time.… Read More

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Building A Strong, Strategic Content Calendar: Tips For Scalable Success

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Do you handle community management for your client or company? Do you manage a blog or run a public relations program? If you’re in charge of any sort of content and/or social marketing strategy – and if your goal is success (duh) – it is absolutely crucial that you develop a content calendar. An effective content strategy… Read More

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Master (Title) Baiters! Can UK Headline Hyperbole Teach American Bloggers Guile?

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I’m here for SES London, where I will have the pleasure of keynoting Day Three on Thursday.  I notice America’s language gap every time I scoot across the pond.  The UK’s colloquial dominance makes sense. After all, the Brits’ invented the English language, right? Pound for pound, effervescent embellishments after splendid magnification, UK newspaper headlines… Read More

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