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Marketing Tips and Trends for 2018
Jan 18 2018

Modern Marketing Tips and Trends: Your Guide to Digital in 2018

Happy New Year from the team at Mambo Media!   Companies and brands are under pressure to build better, more meaningful relationships with their customers while keeping up with an ever-growing technology landscape. As a “teach to fish” agency, we empower people and teams to thrive in tomorrow’s business environment. Let our expert team help you get ready for a year of successful Modern Marketing in 2018 with these tips and predictions about how to respond to this year's new technology and trends.  If this first serving of snackable marketing tips leaves you hungry...

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Sep 05 2014

How to Attract Visitors and Convert Them Into Qualified Leads

The ultimate goal for marketers has always been to create the right offer, at the right time and to the right people. As customers now have unprecedented amounts of information to sift through, a brand’s inbound strategy plays a critical role in leading the customer successfully through each stage of the buyer’s journey to maximize success. Modern marketing must rely on the awareness, interest, consideration and delight phases of the customer’s path to purchase. Marketing Automation platforms, including tools such as Marketo, Hubspot, and SharpSpring, help to coordinate and manage...

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Aug 08 2014

Increase Social Advertisement Efficiency with A/B Testing!

Today’s social media profile users are inundated with posts, tweets, and messages, content and of course ads. So how do you break through the clutter? How do you capture enough attention to get users to click on your content, your ad and finally how do you get them to convert or take a desired action? Simple, you optimize everything! Although best practice will help you create a better post, tweet or ad, it won’t allow you to completely optimize it for your audience. The only way to truly optimize is to...

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Nov 15 2012

SEO Strategies to Survive Google Penguin

Feeling the cold of Google Penguin? You're not alone. Many businesses have noticed a significant hit to their search rankings after Google introduced the new Penguin algorithm change in April 2012. Tighter guidelines on website optimization and new rules on what constitutes spam, including changes to keyword usage and inbound links, have left many wondering if Penguin killed SEO. Nearly every day, a digital marketing journalist proclaims the death of SEO. This is not true today, nor will it be true next year. The rules of SEO have simply changed and...

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Dec 08 2010

Why You Should Give Tumblr a Tumble: My 5 Favorite Features

Tumblr is turning from a niche community of artists into a genuinely useful platform and social network full of brilliant writers, awesome blogs and big name brands. Some popular brands on Tumblr are; Travel Channel, Mashable,  The New Yorker, FourSquare and Life to name a few. A few of the main selling points of Tumblr are:

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Jul 14 2010

Social for Search: How to Fail

You’ve heard of the term “Social for Search,” right?  The idea is that your social media marketing efforts can be used to improve search engine rankings for your properties.  How?: 1.  Use a listening system to find keywords that are being used in your space 2.  Research those keywords and find others around them: What keywords are people actually using in searches? How are your competitors using keywords? What does recent trending look like for those keywords? 3.  When you’ve narrowed down your top keywords, use them everywhere in your social media marketing content. Sounds like a...

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Dec 08 2009

If You’re Going to Invest in Video – Do Video FAQs

Okay, we’ve all read the stats, video is king. Highest recall, best branding opportunity, 3-D opportunity to show your stuff. I get it. What I don’t get is why companies who shall remain anonymous for the time being, insist on making long-winded, self-congratulating, content-less videos that have bail out rates that would shame any marketer. There, I said it!

So let’s get down to business. If you’re going to invest in video, do vFAQs. What are vFAQs you ask? They are, simply, Video Frequently Asked Questions. In fact, it’s so simple that it escapes most marketers that are desperate to differentiate themselves from the pack. But if you’re truly looking to service your client – simple is best.

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