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3 Scientifically-Backed Copywriting Tips for Crafting Shareworthy Headlines Only read the following copywriting tips if you want to engage more visitors and get more shares!
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How To Create A Post In A Few Hours That Gets 100's Of Shares Recently I published a post called 126 Must-Read Traffic Generation Case Studies.

Despite it’s considerable magnitude, the post only took me around 4 hours to put together. It has received almost 500 shares to date.

Mind you, our blog gets a modest amount of traffic (a couple thousand visitors a month), and most posts up until this one received only a couple dozen shares, despite still taking on average 1-2 hours.
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Content Curation: How to Absolutely Nail a Winning Strategy Curating content is one of the best online marketing strategies to successfully establish your presence as a thought leader, attract the attention of your audience, and build a profitable business online.
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125 Marketing Quotes from Top Bloggers So much goes on in the blogosphere - how do you stay updated?

While there’s no dearth of quality content in the online marketing space - we decided to compile a top 125 list, thus making sure we have included all of our favorite marketing articles.

So, without further delay - here’s the best of the best – Marketing Content Round-up.
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How To Easily Schedule Your Posts on Facebook Learn how to easily schedule your posts on Facebook, it's easy and you can schedule posts to your pages, groups and wall and save a ton of time!
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Internet and Social Media Strategies You Must Follow in 2015 as a Web Owner - Newark Computer | Examiner.com In the 11 years since Facebook was first launched, social media has developed new and innovating ways to reach customers and connect people like never before.
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Dynamic & Targeted Content: Stay Competitive in e-Commerce | The Daily Egg E-commerce bounce rates average 33.9% and go as high as 68%. Cart abandonment rates of more than 66% add to the problems that any e-commerce business faces. The growing showrooming trend further threatens the very existence of online businesses.

But here’s the good news: Shopping cart abandonment can still be viewed as an opportunity to be harnessed. And with behavioral targeting and dynamic pricing, you can recover many of those lost sales.
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Unsocial Media They call it "social" media - but popular stereotypes say that, in reality, it's leaving us alienated from one another. Kids these days, everyone says, don't go outside, are introverted, plastered to their screens, and don't have any social skills at all. But the truth is more interesting.
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Why Marketing And Development Should Not Be Viewed As Separate It’s typical to look at marketing and development as separate entities.

Two islands, only accessible by boat.

And when it comes to startups, people often place themselves in the category of marketer and developer.

The marketer’s job is to drive traffic to the website and to convert it to trial signups through proper copywriting.

The developer’s job is to build a great product, so that those signups, eventually become sales.
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Why We Pulled Out Of $50k In Funding Two weeks ago we received an email from an accelerator we applied to:

They had placed us in the top 25 of over 1k applicants and wanted to do a follow-up interview that week.

Those startups, who ultimately ranked in the top 10, would receive $50k in funding.

We ended up taking that interview, which only lasted about 15 minutes, but a few days afterward, before hearing their final decision – we dropped out.

This article is about why we made that decision and our thought process leading up to it.
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