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Digital Marketing News: LinkedIn Top Content, Twitter Gets C…

The Content Preferences of LinkedIn Members [Infographic]What kinds of content do LinkedIn users prefer? A new infographic shows that LinkedIn users prefer content that’s informative, educational and relevant. MarketingProfs Giving you more characters to express yourselfTwitter recently announced they’re giving us an additional 140 characters with which to convey our ...

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Funny Content, Serious Business: How to Use Humor in Content…

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Learn Influencer Marketing 5 Ways…

A quick look at Google Trends comparing Influencer Marketing to other marketing disciplines shows a near hockey stick growth trend. Since my team consults and I advocate, write and speak about influencer marketing so often, people often ask me: “Is influencer marketing a real trend?”. Looking back on my experience ...

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LinkedIn Native Video: What Works, What Doesn’t, What Market…

Video content is eating the internet. It started with video-specific platforms like YouTube and Vimeo. Then Twitter and Facebook added support for live and pre-recorded video. Now these insatiable moving pictures are becoming serious business: LinkedIn now supports native video. What would compel a buttoned-down, professional networking site like LinkedIn ...

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