Where does the time go?! Another Friday is upon us and there's still so much to do...like digest these little gems from around the blogosphere. Enjoy!
Great tips from Ann Handley on getting started creating a digital and social media presence
7 Steps for Getting More Mileage Out of Your Blog Content - via @hubspot
If you blog, you have probably wondered how you can breathe new life into your best posts that are no longer featured on your home page. Here are some great ideas.
Why Are You Doing What You Are Doing? - by @royprofs
This post from Roy Young challenges marketers to think about what we should not be doing. Think about that!
A very handy checklist of how to audit your social presence to make better business decisions.
What a Social Media Marketer Should Know - by @samirbalwani
From psychology to sociology to neuorscience, this post covers a lot of territory while giving marketers some good questions to consider when putting together a social campaign.
9 SEO Mistakes Businesses Make With Content - by @lisabarone
Good guidance on how NOT to do SEO with content. Basics that make a difference.
How to Win with Social Media - by @treypennington
I'm so glad Trey shared this fabulous video called "Validation." Whether a person is on the social Web for business or personal reason, there's an underlying motivation that's identified in this story.
Email Testing 101 - Getting Started - by @jepc via @ConnectdMarkter
Easy-to-understand overview of what email testing is and how to get rockin' and rollin'.
How to Set Up a Professional Facebook Page - by @sarah_chong via @pennolson
Step-by-step instructions on how to create customized tabs for your Facebook page.
Word of Mouth Has Changed - Sort of - by @unmarketing
Solid insights on the changing ways people are sharing content and ideas. Entertaining read with good points.
How to Create a Content Strategy for B2B Nurturing Campaigns - by @McKeonPaul via @MarketingProfs
Paul McKeon of The Content Factor sums up the steps you should take before creating any content, including thinking about the buying cycle, not the sales cycle.