Agility: The one Advantage SMBs and Startups have in Online Marketing

In Online Marketing and Social Media things are never static. What works today can be totally useless tomorrow. What works in one situation can be totally wrong in another. What is perfect for one company might have a negative effect on another. It is not only Google or Facebook who are changing the rules of the game constantly. Click To…

Marketing Is A Process, Not A Decision… And Never A Magic Trick

I recently sat in a meeting with potential clients, and during the discussion I had the feeling they expected something else… do you know the feeling? That can be a good thing… It can be a good thing when it means that you didn’t surrender yourself to the temptation of promising things that you are not sure you will be able…

Blogging in English – When It’s Not Your Primary Language

“Can I or should I write on my blog in English, even if it’s not my primary language?” This question comes up quite frequently in online marketing, by a lot of different people and for a lot of different reasons. The internet united most parts of the world – and the most common language is English. Content in the English…

The 9 Essential Elements of any Content Marketing Strategy

According to a study by Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs, only 38% of B2B companies think their content marketing is effective. The same study also states that only 35% of the companies have a documented content marketing strategy. My guess is that some of these companies do not even know whether they are effective or not. They cannot say what…

Why Twitter Marketing Is More Than Building Followers And Tweeting

We recently worked on a marketing project, which included generating traffic from Twitter to a Website. To get the best impact, we used a mix of tweets from our own Twitter accounts and an account run by the client. Analyzing Twitter Marketing Activity The Twitter account run by the client had a fair number of followers, still, a short analysis revealed,…

Repurposing Content or Cross-Posting – Efficiency vs. Spam

I use many networks. I love most of them for unique reasons. And I get totally turned off if I see tons of Pins on Twitter, Tweets on Facebook or get notified on Facebook that someone checked into his bathroom on Foursquare (Swarm). On the other hand, it is a legitimate way of getting more results from your content creation efforts. Share…

What Separates A Good Marketer From A Great Marketer?

You know what a good marketer is? A marketer who gets you results. You know what a good marketer is? A marketer who gets you results. Click To Tweet Seriously, if you ask me what separates a good marketer from a bad marketer, the answer would be: Results. But results aren’t everything, and the marketing landscape is changing quickly. And while…