8 Of The Best Tools For Lazy Bloggers

The following is a guest post by Tom Jager. Tom is a professional blogger. He works at Royal-Essays.  He has a degree in Law and English Literature. Tom has written numerous articles/online journals. You can reach him at G+  or  Facebook. Let’s be honest now and admit it – we all feel lazy sometimes when we have to write a blog, especially…

12 Amazing Tools To Rock Your Content Marketing

The Following is a guest post by Julie Ellis. Julie Ellis – experienced freelance writer, marketer and passionate traveler. When she’s not engaged in helping her customers and students, you can find her reading articles and books of young writers and attending marketing conferences. Follow Julie’s Twitter and Google+ to learn more about academic and business writing skills. Content marketing is a…

Content Creation: 8 Tools You Should Use To Create Better Content

Producing enough and engaging content is one of the biggest challenges for social media and content marketers. That is not only an impression we get from talking to entrepreneurs and marketers. The yearly content marketing benchmark compiled by Content Marketing Institute and Marketing Profs also confirms this: Here are some tools, which can help you create more, better and more…

Marketing Automation – It’s Not All Evil!

Recently in a Facebook Group about Social Media, a new member presented himself as a student interested in social media. He wrote he specialized in automation. I did not have to wait long for the reaction I expected: The first comments started to come in “I don’t like the word automation in connection with social media” and “social media is…

On Twitter: Direct Message or No Direct Message

by Susanna Gebauer (@dreckbaerfrau) Update: Shortly after writing this article, the first tool mentioned here (Sendible) started failing us. After a month of back and forth with their support we cancelled all our accounts there! A while later Sendible’s CEO got in touch with us, appologized and offered us a couple of months free account to try it again. We…

Twitter Marketing That Doesn’t Suck: ManageFlitter

by Jonathan Gebauer (@jogebauer) If you read my recent article about social media strategy or Susanna’s recent article on how to grow followers, then you know that we (like anybody else successful on Twitter) rely heavily on the Follow-Unfollow-Strategy. Basically, this strategy means you follow people and then unfollow those who didn’t follow back after a while. I won’t go…