Inbound Marketing Highlights - Podcasts & Parallax

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Sunday, Sunday, Sunday marketing nation! Welcome to Sunday's Inbound Marketing Highlights with Mike and Roman. Hope your last week was your best week ever. 

Our articles this week:

  1. My Recipe for Success: How to Launch a Successful Blog
  2. How to Stand Out in a World of Dull Podcasts
  3. How to Double Your Email List With Facebook in 4 Simple Steps
  4. Parallax Web Design: What It Is and How It Can Affect Your SEO
  5. Rethink Your LinkedIn Strategy: 6 Benefits Of Treating It More Like Twitter

My Recipe for Success: How to Launch a Successful Blog - Moz

Extremely valuable and detailed post on how to start and run a successful blog. 

How to Stand Out in a World of Dull Podcasts - Copyblogger

Hey, if you're gonna have a killer blog have a great podcast too. Another comprehensive piece chock full of excellent advice. 

How to Double Your Email List With Facebook in 4 Simple Steps  - Jeff Bullas

This must be 'how-to' week. See how running a Facebook contest can build your email list. 

Parallax Web Design: What It Is and How It Can Affect Your SEO - MarketingProfs

Parallax design is a scrolling technique that is gaining in popularity on the Web. When you are on a parallax Web page, you can scroll down with the page, which creates interesting visual effects. Or you can click on the navigation, and often the link will jump you down to that section of the page, greatly simplifying the user experience.

But it's not perfect...

Rethink Your LinkedIn Strategy: 6 Benefits Of Treating It More Like Twitter - Marketing Land

LinkedIn has spent a great deal of effort over the last two years in increasing on-site engagement and user time on site and it shows in the enhanced opportunities for users. Try publishing on-site and treat it more like Twitter, where your content isn’t for a select group of people you’ve already met, but everyone you want to get in front of.

LinkedIn may be turning into the B2B version of Twitter. 

We are done here. Enjoy your week. 

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