As any content marketer knows, creating high-quality, engaging content is actually only one part of the puzzle. To achieve success with content marketing, you also need to master content promotion. Remember – if nobody sees your content, it doesn’t matter how good it is.
This scenario is a familiar, and probably a daily, occurrence if you live in a big city: You're walking down the block, headed to work or out to lunch, or maybe zig-zagging your way through a two-way crowd, and you see someone standing smack dab in the middle of it all, and...
Bing. Yahoo. DuckDuckGo. Ecosia. WolframAlpha. Blekko.
Some of these are familiar and others you may have never heard of, but we promise you, they exist. They're all search engines that try to take market share away from Google.
Social media has been around for the better part of two decades. And even though there are entire companies dedicated to social media marketing and a near endless selection of online courses, we still see social media platforms riddled with poor practices.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is already transforming the face of marketing as we know it. Beyond just another trend or buzzword, AI technology can help to optimize and speed up many different marketing tasks, improving customer experiences and driving conversions.
Every day, the Google search engine becomes more sophisticated as it continues on its quest to get its users the best, most relevant, and high-quality search results when they type a query into the search bar. And in turn, content marketers need to become more sophisticated...
If you read the title of this article and thought, "CONCURED team, what are you talking about? Of course my marketing team is integrated. We couldn’t be successful without being integrated.” Okay, but is it really?