Businesses need to be planning, creating, and measuring constantly in order to succeed at content marketing, and yet, most continue to churn out content without any real consideration of how it performs.
Fake resturants, free nuggs, and 25 years of SMS – it’s all in this week’s MyFive!
Blogger outreach is an accessible and a relatively cost effective way of reaching audiences online, and when it’s done right the rewards can be huge. Getting it right, however, is easier said than done.
We’re serving up a social media heavy My Five this week that will certainly give you some food for thought.
In an effort to attract more users and allow existing users to “express themselves” more easily, Twitter is doubling its 140 character limit for Tweets. But what does this mean for marketers?
Smiley spiders, leaked celebrity phone numbers, and things trapped in things – it’s all in this week’s My Five.
WhatsApp is taking over, Robots want your data, Paint is moving away, and a shark race that wasn’t even a real shark race. It’s all in this week’s My Five.
Punny business names, a towel thief, and hilarious handshake blooper – it’s all in this week’s My Five!
Mobile-first is coming, is your site ready?
Businesses must consider their reasons for launching a blog and then define objectives and draw up a plan for measuring success. Read more here.
Highlights from Google’s latest webspam report, including website hacking, sneaky redirects, and 9 million manual actions.
A lost shark, a rubbish statue, and a Coca-Cola story that’ll put you right off your lunch. It’s all happened this week and it’s here in My Five.