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Influencer Awards, This Week’s 10 Best Articles (3-31-16)
The most influential articles this week, as calculated by shares, engagement and manual reviewHere they are: the top ten articles of the week from around the web on digital marketing, SEO, and related topics. As always I’m featuring them right here on johnlincoln.marketing, so here this week’s winners of the influencer awards.And don’t forget, you can see how the weekly winners are doing over time here: http://johnlincoln.marketing/influencer-awards-leaders/. At the end of the year I will be announcing the influencer of the year, and you can influence the result (see what I did there) by submitting your best articles for consideration each week (http://johnlincoln.marketing/contact/).
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This is a great article on connecting user-friendliness and SEO strategy, and what steps you can take when website usability and SEO best practices seem to be in conflict.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This interesting piece recaps how to transition between product marketing and content marketing and highlights both strategies and some useful videos and podcasts.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)Don’t be scared off by the “96” here, this is a very short discussion of key phrases in content marketing and includes links to 12 animated videos which explain core concepts in about a minute each. Make sure you’re up on the terms of art in the industry with this resource.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This report details how the Facebook Messenger app may be making a move to complete with PayPal as a mobile wallet. This will be something for all ecommerce sites to get ready for.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This piece offers 10 tips for getting more personality into your content (and when you’re a business, personality is branding). These tips are easy to understand and implement.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This article talks about the results of a Disruptive Advertising audit of Google AdWords account spending. It points out four common mistakes that businesses make with AdWords that you can track right now to ensure better ROI.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This discussion of 11 marketing statistics is placed within the context of turning these numerical insights into better SEO strategies. Good, actionable advice here.
(First Time Article Influencer Award Winner)This is a very detailed look at which metrics work best in digital marketing, how they work, and how to use them. Lots of good screen shots help you understand exactly what’s being discussed, too.Congratulations to this week’s Influencer Awards winners! I’m looking forward to next week.
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John Lincoln is CEO of Ignite Visibility, one of the top digital marketing agencies in the nation. Named #1 SEO company in the USA, UK and Canada by Clutch.co and number 1 PPC company by 10BestPPCs, Ignite Visibility has been an Inc. 5,000 company in both 2017 and 2018. Ignite Visibility offers a unique digital marketing program tied directly to ROI with a focus on using SEO, social media, paid media, CRO, email, Amazon and PR to achieve results. Outside of Ignite Visibility, Lincoln is a frequent speaker and author of the book “Digital Influencer,” which was named one of the best new marketing books by Forbes and LinkedIn. Lincoln is consistently named one of the top digital marketing strategiest in the industry and was the recipient of the coveted Search Engine Land “Search Marketer of The Year” award. Lincoln has taught digital marketing and Web Analytics at the University of California San Diego since 2010, has been named as one of San Diego’s most admired CEO’s and a top business leader under 40. His business mission is to help others through digital marketing.