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The biggest obstacles businesses face when creating content

Inbound Marketing September 9, 2015

Today, content marketing is becoming more popular than ever. According to the Content Marketing Institute, 70% of surveyed marketers say they are creating more content than they did a year ago.

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3 Reasons Your Content Is Not Generating Leads

Inbound Marketing, Uncategorized September 3, 2015

Today, content marketing is becoming more popular than ever. Unfortunately, many companies have bought into the myth that simply publishing content leads to a successful content marketing strategy. According to AOL and Nielsen, 27 million pieces of content are published every day. Therefore, while publishing content is important, it is only a small piece of the content marketing equation as businesses have to work to stand out among the multitude of content.

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Why Consumers Subconsciously Want Personalization

Inbound Marketing August 12, 2015


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Why quality content creation is a must for multichannel marketing success

Inbound Marketing August 11, 2015


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Like an argument? Say stories don’t belong in content marketing

Inbound Marketing July 28, 2015

Try Googling “content marketing” and “storytelling” someday. You know what you’ll get? An argument. That’s right, an argument. It seems there is disagreement about the value of storytelling in content marketing. And that will be evident in some of the returns your Google search will deliver.


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Video – The New Lead Generation Technique

Inbound Marketing June 16, 2015

It’s undeniable. Video marketing is The It Girl of 2015. And just like any 21st century It Girl, video is getting a lot of attention on the Internet.

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Tailoring communications with digital behavior and marketing automation

Inbound Marketing May 28, 2015

Behavioral data can be used to reengage prospects and customers, increase brand familiarity and drive conversions. Companies can target and customize messaging to increase the likelihood of users returning and reengaging by applying customer data to increase relevancy. Customer behaviors can be tracked through marketing automation and can be leveraged to meet a number of goals.


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How utilities are under-engaging with their customers

Inbound Marketing May 22, 2015

According to a survey conducted by Accenture, only 18% of utility customers feel satisfied with the experience their utility is offering them.1 Given that number, it’s understandable that many utilities are constantly considering the best strategies to engage their customers.


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Leveraging utility website traffic

Inbound Marketing May 19, 2015

When it comes to utility marketing goals, driving traffic is often near the top of the list, along with engaging customers and improving the customer experience. Increasing traffic is a reasonable goal, but don’t overlook the value of leveraging existing website traffic. According to Market Place, the average utility has 50% of consumers paying bills online.1 Consider if roughly 50% of your customers are paying their utility bills online, at least that many are regularly online and interacting with your website. In reality, the actual number of unique visitors is likely higher, as some customers might be visiting the website to report an outage, check out a rate plan, or get information on an energy efficiency program. That’s a pretty significant amount of traffic that doesn’t need to be generated – it is already available for engagement.


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Should Your Content Marketing Strategy Blur the Lines Between Demand Generation and Lead Generation?

Inbound Marketing May 12, 2015

All too often, demand generation and lead generation are lumped together when they should be treated as equally important, yet unique partners in a content marketing strategy. The confusion often derives from the similarities between the two, yet while they appear very much alike, the two are actually very different — much like two siblings battling it out for attention.

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