8 Marketing and Leadership Articles to Keep You One Step Ahead
This week in C-NOTES:
- The Marketer’s Guide to the New Facebook Pages
- 3 Things You Need to Do to Stay off Your Customers’ Sh*t Lists
- 21 Best Tools and Apps to Work Smarter
How to Convert Visitors from Your About Page – In general, there are three types of conversions that you can pursue from your About page: sales, leads and newsletter signups. Let’s look at each of these in turn to determine when to implement each option and how to integrate each one effectively.
3 Myths of Guest Writing for Big Websites…and 6 Tactics for Doing it Well - I work with writers every day, and I hear the three “Myths of Guest Blogging” you’ll see below again and again. Let’s dispel them right now, before we get into the good stuff …
Link Building Tools We Use at Distilled – This is the most comprehensive list of link building tools we have seen this year.
The Marketer’s Guide to the New Facebook Pages – What’s New About the FaceBook Pages design? Before we dig deep into the details, let’s take a look at some of the major changes to the Facebook pages’ design.
4 Tips for Creating Your LInkedIn Company Page – Does your business have a LinkedIn company page? Keep reading for tips to create and grow a following for your Linkedin company page.
21 Best Tools and Apps to Significantly Boost Your Work Productivity – We’ve researched 21 of the best work productivity tools and apps on the market today. These technology assistants will help you work smarter, stay organized, and get more done in less time.
3 Things Every Company Can Do To Stay Off Customers’ Sht*t Lists – What it takes to stay off your customers Sh*t list. It doesn’t mean beating the world’s greatest service providers like Apple and Zappos. But brands that earn loyalty and love through services tend to take the following approach:
5 E-mails Successful People Don’t Send – There are certain types of e-mails you should never send. You might feel good firing them off, but sending them undermines your effectiveness. Whatever you decide about whether some workplace communications are necessary, don’t ever send the ones that follow.
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