Sunday, Sunday, Sunday marketing nation! Welcome to Sunday's Inbound Marketing Highlights with Mike and Roman. It's November, our 2015 Inbound Marketing Template is still flying off the virtual shelves, and it will be Thanksgiving next week!
- Why No One’s Reading Your Marketing Content
- This Graphic Translates Web Design Feedback into Plain English
- Facebook Will Curtail Unpaid Ads By Brands
- Win or Lose on Sunday, Social Media Is a Draw
- HubSpot shares up after quarterly sales rise 51 percent to $30.4M
Why No One’s Reading Your Marketing Content - Harvard Business Review
Good post that talks about the importance of the distribution of content and a modular content plan.
Jazz it up, make it look classy or sleek. All these client requests and more explained in this handy dandy graphic.
Facebook Will Curtail Unpaid Ads by Brands - New York Times
Organic reach continues to get harder on Facebook.
The social network announced that starting in January, it would change the rankings of some posts made by marketers, such as pitches to install a new mobile app or tune into a TV show, to reduce the number that appear in the news feeds of its 1.35 billion global users.
Facebook says this is to keep users happy by limited ads in their feeds. It's also a way to shake down advertisers for more ad money.
Win or Lose on Sunday, Social Media Is a Draw - New York Times
Useful read on the tough road for losing NFL teams on social media and how they balance fan negativity with useful engagement.
HubSpot shares up after quarterly sales rise 51 percent to $30.4M - Boston Business Journal
Boom! Go big or go home. HubSpot shows investors the money.
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