Isaac here. Hope you are having a good week. Here are this week’s best articles about blogging and content marketing:
Most people are terrible at writing emails. Learn how you can write emails that’ll guarantee a reply from people who don’t usually reply to strangers.
This is the only resource you’ll ever need to find emails for leads.
Last year, MailChimp made $400M in revenue with just 550 employees. Here’s how they achieved their wild success.
You can no longer rank by simply adding keywords in your site. To rank, you have to be a trusted brand which solves people’s problems. Unbounce shares two places you can look to better solve your customers or visitors’ problems and rank higher.
Account-Based marketing is a personalized, one-to-one marketing system. You treat individual accounts as markets in their own right. Over the past few years, it has soared in popularity.
Orbit Media surveyed 1377 bloggers about their blogging approach and results. It has produced some interesting results.
Advertising on Facebook isn’t easy. With Facebook’s vast user base, it’s tough to get your ads to perform well. This post takes a look at few successful case studies and how they decreased cost and increased conversion.
Search engines are constantly refining and improving their algorithms. As a result, ranking factors are also evolving. What are the most important ranking factors, today? 3 experts share their insight.
Competitor research is a must for a growing blog. Mention shares 7 competitor’s metrics you should monitor to get ahead of them.
92 Pieces of Advice on Being Productive No Matter Where You Are, Working Remotely, and Digital Nomading
If you’re interested in the working process of people in your fields, this post is a must-read. Bloggers and marketers share everything from how they start their day to how they stay productive while working.