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Mind Your Marketing #50 – Special Episode (With Guests!)

Welcome to a very special 50th episode of Mind Your Marketing. We were thrilled to bring on some of our favorite experts in the marketing industry this week, and get there thoughts on the very best ad campaigns from the last five years. Click play below and check out which ads impressed our expert guests…

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Mind Your Marketing #47 – Apple’s Latest Announcement is a Dud

Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and trending ad spots. Show notes are below! This week we’re discussing: -Apple’s latest product announcement -Pinterest sees massive growth -Nike’s online sales are 31% -Joe Biden is coming to IGTV PLUS, Ad Campaigns: -Heineken…

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Mind Your Marketing #46 – Was Nike’s Kaepernick Ad Good For Business?

Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and trending ad spots. Show notes are below!   This week we’re discussing: -Nike’s latest ad featuring Colin Kaepernick good for the brand? -Bud Light reveals the “Philly Philly” statue -Twitter and Facebook Testify to…

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Mind Your Marketing #45 – Dunkin’ Is Dropping Donuts from Its Name

Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and trending ad spots. Show notes are below! This week we’re discussing: -Dunkin’ Donuts is dropping the “donuts” from their name -President Trump accuses Google of rigging news results -Huawei gets busted for false advertising…

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Mind Your Marketing #42 – Uncle Drew Brings Pepsi to the Big Screen

Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and trending ad spots. Show notes are below!   This week we’re discussing: -Lyft acquires a bicycle company -Drake and Spotify get some users pretty angry -Walmart releases a suspect t-shirt -Sony accidentally uploads a…

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5 SEO Tips to Help Your Blog Posts Rank Higher in Google

Making your blog posts rank higher in Google can be a tough task. There are over one billion blog posts that get thrown up on the web yearly. Most are mediocre, providing little to no value to your site in the long term. But great posts, on the other hand, provide consistent traffic to your…

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Mind Your Marketing Episode #07 – Internet Balloons Are a Thing

Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and hot ad spots. Show notes are below!  This week we’re discussing: Twitter’s expanding their character limit Alphabet is sending internet balloons around the world Brands demanding better digital ad placements Plus, Ad Campaigns: Talbots…

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3 Ways to Instantly Improve at Content Marketing

Content marketing is one of the most defensible types of marketing in the world of digital marketing. However, it’s not necessarily the easiest. The biggest factor in content marketing is embracing a long term commitment to story telling. Successful content marketing relies on a few things, much of which we talk about at length on…

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4 Ways to Make Better Blog Content [Advanced]

550 million blog posts are posted every year. These blogs are a mix of personal and business blogs. And though their purpose may be different in nature, both types are after the same thing: attention. With 47% of buyers viewing 3-5 pieces of content before contacting a business, having up-to-date/informative content on your blog has…

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It’s Time to Stop Marketing Like It’s 2005

It’s time to stop marketing like it’s 2005. Because it’s not. Yet companies are still latching onto traditional ineffective marketing like it is. Let me explain. According to mailermailer.com, in 2005 the average email open rate for email was 22 percent. In 2015, that number was 13.6 percent. That’s a 38 percent decrease in a…

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