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Weekly Flashback: Increase Facebook Live Video Reach & 21 LinkedIn Hacks

Are you an expert LinkedIn user or someone who simply clicks “accept” when you receive a connection notice? If you’d like to boost your LinkedIn knowledge and learn how others are networking and building their businesses, you’ll want to read “Are You Curious What Others Are Doing on LinkedIn” by Wayne Breitbarth and “21 Hidden LinkedIn Hacks” – both on this week’s Weekly Flashback list. Additionally, this week’s posts include tips to improve your presence on Google, increasing Facebook Live video reach, and when to stop worrying about conversion rate. Take a look at my favorite posts from this past week:

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Author: Steve James

Weekly Flashback: The Ultimate LinkedIn Cheat Sheet and Top 3 Google Search Ranking Factors

I’m excited to share this week’s list of posts because a couple hit close to home. The first listed on Facebook ad strategy is a great audio post by my consultant, Rick Mulready, who provides great insight about the many recent changes marketers need to know. Other posts touch on a new way to view the sales funnel, an awesome LinkedIn cheat sheet and Google’s top 3 search ranking factors. Lastly, I want to share our agency’s list of top Midwest conferences for 2016 – including our own, Experience Inbound taking place this May.

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Author: Steve James

Weekly Flashback: Beginner’s Google Analytics & How To Better Target Facebook Ads

2_12blog-image-stream-creative.jpgI love to nerd-out reading as many great articles as I possibly have time for throughout the week. I also enjoy passing them along to our team and others who I think could benefit from some of the great information I come across. This week’s posts feature everything from the 7 minute morning routine you absolutely have to try to simple sales mistakes that could be costing you customers. These articles include inbound strategies, digital marketing, social advertising, content production and promotion, web design, public relations, events and much more. Here’s this week’s flashback:

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Author: Steve James

Experience Inbound 2015 Sales and Marketing Conference Recap

Last week we collaborated with Weidert Group of Appleton, WI to host an amazing 2-day conference called Experience Inbound. The event was held at two of the states most iconic sports venues including Wednesday at Miller Park in Milwaukee and Thursday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Over the course of the two days, 240 attendees came together to meet, share expertise and throw down some serious sales and inbound marketing knowledge. We can’t thank these dynamic speakers enough for their time and participation in our event.

Additionally, we’d like to extend a big thank you to our event sponsors:

Take a look at what our attendees and speakers had to say about the event throughout the day!

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Author: Steve James

3 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Google Webmaster Tools

So, you’re using our 5-Part Recipe for a Fully Optimized Website and ways to become successful in SEO. After following those steps, hopefully you’re starting to see some changes and increases in your traffic and leads. That’s great!  But the work doesn’t end there. Incorporating Google Webmaster Tools into your website development process is vital for continued growth and success.

Google Webmaster Tools
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Author: Monica Madsen

Inbound Marketing Weekly Recap - Oct. 10 - 14

Google+ was created to make web sharing simple. But is it really that simple? I have heard both positives and negatives about this new sharing network. Granted they are still in the beginning phases and have kinks to work out.Google plus

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Author: Monica Madsen

Google Image Search Gets a Face Lift

In case you haven't seen it yet, Google has changed the formatting of their image search. Personally, I like it a lot. The images load quickly and are very easy to see in the new layout. It is comparable to that of Bing, but the images aren't as spread out and the thumbnails seem to be larger. Also, you don't have to click to see the next page of images, simply keep scrolling and they're all there. Below are a couple examples of the new Google image search.

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Author: Steve James