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Some say infographics are dead. Others say they have simply grown up, gone on to bigger and better things—think data visualization. And a certain group even argues that infographics—visual representations of content—don’t have enough SEO firepower left for continued investment.    Still, others are steadfast proponents of the humble infographic (hint: that’s us).   And trust […]

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By Noelle Graf Content may be king, but when it comes to Facebook, engagement rules. Engagement with your brand’s Facebook posts not only reflects your brand’s ability to capture attention but it also plays a large role in Facebook’s EdgeRank algorithm, which determines how many people actually see your posts. As the largest social network, […]

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By: Nic Sells The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted daily life around the world. Many large retail chains in America have shuttered their doors to slow the spread of the virus. Local health departments have banned dine-in options at restaurants—putting many servers and others out of jobs. And some entire states are on lockdown—only […]

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By: Nic Sells and Dustin Williams While distinct in their origins, public relations and content marketing make a great partnership. Through strategic planning, the two can really complement each other—like chocolate and peanut butter. Content marketers can benefit from thinking more like public relations pros. And public relations pros can benefit by thinking more like […]

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By Noelle Graf Content marketing, SEO, social media, PPC — the digital marketing landscape is vast and a little intimidating. Just like you wouldn’t head out on a cross-country road trip without GPS, you need to know what you’re up against when it comes to online marketing. Digital marketing trends and strategies constantly evolve. If […]

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By Noelle Graf Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to ALL website content, without favoring or blocking access to particular websites. On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to end net neutrality, in a move led by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. The decision is supported by Internet […]

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