This week’s list includes content from Copyblogger, SEMrush, and Content Marketing Institute, as well as two useful tools…
- How to Discover Your Customers’ Favorite Social Media Platforms (Beth Hayden, Copyblogger) – New social media platforms pop up on the market every week. Does it mean you have to give them a try? Nope! You just need to be where your ideal audience likes hanging out. This excellent step-by-step guide will help you cut to the chase and efficiently target the networks that matter to your bottom line.
- SEMrush Study: 11 Most Common On-Site SEO Issues (Elena Terenteva, SEMrush) – “Bad SEO is not always about a direct violation of search engine rules, it sometimes results from simply not taking proper care of your website and your users.” I concur!
- The History of Content Marketing (Joe Pulitzi, Content Marketing Institute) – Did you know that content marketing has been around since the 18th century? Well, me either. I thought everything had started with John Deere’s The Furrow…
- Queryfeed – Turn the results of your Twitter and Google+ queries into RSS feeds.
- Snapito – A web-based tool to capture entire pages, share them instantly on Pinterest, or save them as PDFs.
My latest chats
Last week, I co-hosted two Blabs:
- Steven Healey and I had the pleasure to interview Wikipedia expert Mike Wood, whom I featured a while ago on this blog. He shared some very interesting insights on the online encyclopaedia.
- Do you work with French-speaking clients? Stéphanie Themens and I do. Those clients are quite different from Anglophones. And the diversity of dialects is mind-blowing…
NB: The conversation is in French.
- Tools and services for your business
- Working with WordPress
- Social media training, content writing and language services
- Social media ebooks
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See you next week for a new list of recommendations!