How can it be that mid-June is already here?! Before it all slips away, make sure you take the time to digest some good reads from around the blogosphere. Since we've rounded up our faves for the week, you have no excuse not to. Enjoy!
Clean, clear, and made to convert. Check out this design strategy and see if it will work for you.
You can't get better unless you know how you're doing. Here are Jay Baer's picks for the metrics that will help you figure out what's working and what's not.
Thinking about adding content curation into your content marketing mix? Great move! Here are some tips to help you curate on-the-go.
Intriguing list of psychological tactics to help you get to the core of what people want and craft messaging that aligns with their needs.
Before you turn your data into a visual, run through this handy checklist.
Eric Wittlake warns marketers not to view content curation as a shortcut to establishing thought leadership.
Bill Lee, Executive Director of the Summit on Customer Engagement, lays out the steps for creating a program that turns customers into advocates.
... and last, but not least, a "funny:" The social web — A place for made-up facts (video) via @markwschaefer - a spoof on Erik Qualman's original social media video.