Content Marketing Tips: Curated Picks of the Week for 02/04/2016

February 4, 2016 by

Content Marketing Tips 2-24-2016

Looking for  a little inspiration to try something new on social media or on your blog? Check out these great articles, our top five curated picks of the week.

1. 4 Ways to Leverage Google Analytics to Reach New Customers

Mike Arce points out that you can use Google Analytics for “so much more than just reporting, analyzing, and measuring results.” He then goes on to give some super examples of how to utilize some of the tools in GA to come up with strategies to both attract and nurture new leads.

2. 3 Tips to Create Better Facebook Ads for Beginners

If you’re thinking about diving into Facebook advertising but aren’t sure where to start, this basic tutorial can help you create your first ad in just a few minutes. Of course, if you already have some experience with Facebook ads, you should check out our next pick on this week’s list.

3. 4 Examples of an Evergreen Facebook Campaign Trigger

Jon Loomer always share amazing tips and strategies for Facebook marketing, and this latest guide is no exception. In addition to the great examples given in the article, be sure to check out the comments section for more helpful tips.

4. The 16 Best Digital Marketing Conferences of 2016

Thinking about taking some time out of the office and doing some real face-t0-face networking this year? If you’re not sure which one will give you the most bang for your buck (and for your precious time), check out this list put together by Helen Arceyut Frixione.

5. 6 Steps to Create a Bare Bones and Profitable Social Media Plan

Before diving headfirst into social media, it’s important to sit down and think about what you hope to accomplish with your efforts. In this guide, Neil Patel gives some excellent advice on how to do just that.

Read another article this week worth sharing? Let us know about it in the comments!

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