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14 May 2018

How Diversifying Your Video Content Can Change The Game

Want to know something incredible? According to SmallBizTrends, by the year 2019, 80% of all consumer Internet traffic is going to be related to videos. Outbrain has estimated that 82% of online marketers are using video content as a fundamental part of their advertising strategy. And according to Facts.zone, every minute, more than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube Looking at those numbers should make it more obvious… [Read More…]


04 Apr 2018

7 Tools to Track, Analyze and Beat Your Competitors

Competitor marketing is pretty much the obsession of every business owner out there. They want to know what the other guy is saying, doing and what is working. They also want to know what isn’t working, so they can swoop in and poach their customers (admit it, you do this any time you can). But keeping up with the competition’s moves is hard and without the right tools you will… [Read More…]


07 Mar 2018

5 Awesome Free Keyword Research Tools (Based on Search Suggestions)

As-you-type search suggestions can be an awesome source of content inspiration because they provide a valuable insight into what people tend to search for when typing in their base term. It’s nice to see different tools popping up that use Suggest data in different ways. Today I am sharing five of them: They are all free, some of them offer optional registration and provide different ways to play with as-you-type… [Read More…]


28 Feb 2018

36 Online Video Tools for Simple Video Creation, Editing, and YouTube Management

Eyeballs are getting harder and harder to grab, especially on Facebook, where the auto-play feature has completely changed the landscape of the platform, both on desktop and mobile. Right now, video is the most engaging Facebook format. Uploading 60-90 second, funny, evergreen videos with captions and short text introductions is one of the most successful tactics to slow down scrolling on the app, at least according to Buzzsumo. A good… [Read More…]



01 Feb 2018

Real Name Policies on Facebook, LinkedIn, Quora and Google Plus: Clarified [Updated]

Since the start the web anonymity has been quite a hot controversy in social media world. On one hand, everyone has the right to remain anonymous online to avoid personal attacks. On the other hand, social media networks have been trying to promote “real” connections which resulted in many of them forcing “real name” policy on their users. Let’s see what the “real name” policy is these days: 1. Facebook:… [Read More…]


18 Jan 2018

How To Create an Effective Editorial Calendar For Your Blog

An editorial calendar is where you keep track of what you plan to publish, how, where, and why over time. It enables you to think ahead, remember creative ideas, and plan your time wisely. Most people have an editorial calendar of some kind, even if it is only their ideas for the next week in their head. However, not having an editorial calendar can result in missed deadlines, a lack… [Read More…]


10 Jan 2018

Useful Community Management Time-Saving Tips: How to Get Things Done!

Nowadays we are all community managers to some extent (many of us own blogs, moderate Google Plus communities, participate in Facebook groups, etc.) We interact with our readers daily trying to learn from them, we tweet to our mentors, we collect feedback, help to promote our friends’ posts while sharing our own, we kill spam, we do lots and lots of *tiny* things every moment… What about if we do… [Read More…]


02 Jan 2018

What Were Americans Asking Google on Christmas?

Researching niche questions is a great way to come up with awesome content that spreads, especially when it comes to timely and seasonal content. Here’s an example of question research that will come in handy for your next year’s content planning. Guys from Serpstat collected the most outstanding questions with the words “New Year” and “Christmas” for Google US. The data was obtained using “Search questions” feature which is something… [Read More…]


26 Dec 2017

How to Boost Your Social Media Following With Expert and Influencer Quotes!

I would like to start this post off with, fittingly enough, one of many expert quotes about social media: “Social media allows us to behave in ways that we are hardwired for in the first place – as humans. We can get frank recommendations from other humans instead of from faceless companies.” ~ Francois Gossieaux, The Hyper-Social Organization: Eclipse Your Competition by Leveraging Social Media An oversimplification, maybe, but a… [Read More…]


12 Dec 2017

Google Rich and Featured Snippets, Structured Data and More: #IMNinjas Marketing Roundup

Google has continued to focus on rich snippets and featured rich snippets – both in terms of feature releases, spam control, and general trajectory. Over on Twitter, major discussions included the role of backlinks in ranking and page breadth vs. content depth. Over on Webmaster World members discuss the likely repeal of Net Neutrality rules and what it may mean for the web and for customers. Google: A few strong… [Read More…]


07 Dec 2017

Here’s How to Link from Inside Youtube Video: Build Traffic from Youtube

For a few years now you can add clickable links (calls-to-action, additional info, contact details, etc) right inside your Youtube video to direct viewers to your site, project, product page, etc. The problem is, while the topic is covered quite well inside Youtube guidelines, it’s scattered so much around the place that you’ll have trouble finding answers to your questions even if you know what you are looking for. Let’s… [Read More…]


30 Nov 2017

Keyword Clustering: Best Resources, Techniques and Tools

What exactly is keyword clustering? To cluster keywords means to group your long overwhelming keyword lists by relevancy. I have done an article explaining keyword clustering in a most easy-to-understand way. At the heart of it, keyword clustering is what it sounds like: you take relevant keywords and arrange them together into groups. Use these keyword clusters to: Better understand your topic Optimize your content for several keyword phrases instead… [Read More…]