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Content marketing, lead generation, and business growth advice from marketing and sales professionals in the trenches.

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Content Marketing | Strategy

5 Reasons Vlogging is Hard – And 5 Tips to Make it Easier [Video]

By: Adam Stewart
March 20th, 2017

Ever get caught in a downward vlogging spiral? That sinking feeling that you're rambling on and on and on... without even saying anything of substance. Or maybe you just freeze up and forget your lines completely. Vlogging is hard. But with a little practice, and some sage advice put into place, you can create great vlogs for your business. 

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Inbound Marketing & Sales | Strategy

Determining Customer Acquisition Cost for Tech/SaaS Companies

By: Brendon Dennewill
March 14th, 2017

Building a strong customer base is critical for companies in the Technology and SaaS industry. But do you know how much your business is spending to achieve new customers?

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Content Marketing | Strategy

3 Tips for Developing a Content Road Map [Video]

By: Adam Stewart
March 1st, 2017

Whether you are just starting to create premium content offers for your website, or you're not happy with the current lead-gen results, develop a content road map to hit your destination faster.

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Video Marketing | Strategy

Common Objections to Creating Video - Part 2 [Video]

By: Adam Stewart
February 17th, 2017

Still making excuses about video marketing? Here's the second installment of our series on debunking the most common objections that we hear from business owners and marketers alike.

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HubSpot | Strategy

How to Develop SMART Marketing Goals [Template]

By: Adam Stewart
February 2nd, 2017

As you plan for the year, quarter, or month, it's time to determine your SMART marketing goals. SMART is a methodology that helps you establish concrete and achievable goals. SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Let's roll through each characteristic for a better understanding of how to develop SMART marketing goals.

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