Content Marketing


  • 3 Steps To Create A Viral Post

    When I say viral, I don't mean a couple hundred likes. I mean a couple hundred thousand, or million! My first photo to go viral was in 2013. It was on my Facebook called Social Pups. The photo was of a soldier with laying down with his K9 companion.


  • How To Use Memes To Promote Your Business

    Meme Business

    When people are on their favorite social media stream, they aren't going to "slow their scroll" for a boring block of text. We are visual creatures. The term "meme" has a cultural meaning stemming back to ancient Greece.


  • Top 3 Ways To Get More Online Reviews

    Online reviews are sweeping the marketplace, and are making or braking businesses. Consumers would rather listen to what your customers have to say, rather than an advertisement you publish.


  • 3 Tips To Make Your Website More Relevant On Search Engines

    Since the main goal of search engines like Google is to provide users with the most relevant results, they are now giving stronger consideration (and ranking) to relevant content, rather than scripted tactics. Improved technology is allowing search engines to read and understand website content.


  • How To Get More Views On Your LinkedIn Articles

    Do you write contributing posts on LinkedIn, otherwise known as long-form posts? If so, you'll want to be sure your efforts are not wasted, and get other members to read your articles. Here are some strategies and tips to get more traffic to your long-form posts.


  • What's The Next Big Thing After Social Media?

    Although social media is the hot topic of the decade, it obviously can't be the end-all for humanity. We are much smarter creatures than that. Everyone knows that technology is a swift changing animal. 


  • The 80/20 Rule Of Social Media Marketing

    If you aren't familiar with the 80/20 rule in the business world, it basically means that 80% of your revenue comes from 20% of your clients. Therefore you should focus your efforts on gaining more clients like your top 20%.


  • What People Who Write About "Lessons" Can Teach Us

    One can't argue the abundance of "What So-And-So Can Teach Us About..." articles flooding the Pulse waves these days. "Lessons" from celebrities, movies, songs, fictional characters, politicians, cats, and inanimate objects seem to be the hot topics hitting the mainstream.


  • Why You Should Be Recycling Your Content

    By "recycling content", I'm not suggesting that you go dumpster diving in other people's blogs or news feeds and claim them as your own. Not only can it be considered plagiarism, but it can also turn people off to your brand.


  • 3 Reasons To Use Branded Terms In AdWords

    Your business's brand is an important asset that plays a big role in a company's marketing initiatives, whether you're working with an advertising agency or handling the advertising yourself.