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Inbound Marketing Trends: July 14, 2013

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July 14, 2013

inbound marketing trendsHappy Sunday, blog readers!


Here's a quick recap of last weeks news highlights; Facebook announced the roll out of Graph Search, the George Zimmerman case went to court, and .LA domain names are up for sale.


My favorite story of the week has to be the chair that Outback Steakhouse is in the process of developing that will gave you a hug every time you get a Facebook Birthday wish.


I'm just wondering, but where was this chair last week?


Without further ado, we’ve collected our inbound marketing trends and put them all in one convenient place.


Thank you for joining us on our blog this past week.  We hope you have enjoyed what you’ve read, and hope to see you back here next week for the latest inbound marketing trends!


Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


Inbound Marketing Trends


The Anatomy of a Great Middle of the Funnel Opportunity


In order to ensure a more efficient sales process, here's 4 tips for identifying a great middle of the funnel opportunity. (Read More)


How Does CTA Placement Affect Conversion Rates? [Data]


Calls-to-action are great for driving prospects and generating conversions. Without the right CTA placement you could be losing potential leads. (Read More)


How to Provide Value – Not Spam – with your Facebook Cover Photo


Facebook has removed the ban on having more than 20% text in your company page cover photo. Use this new freedom with caution to avoid being spammy. (Read More)


4 Ways to Be Remembered at your Next Trade Show


Make the most out of your trade show by making sure you create a booth and experience that will be remembered. (Read More)


5 Ways to Convince your CEO to Engage on Twitter


Only 18% of Fortune 500 CEO's are engaging with employees and customers on Twitter. Here's five ways to convince your CEO to engage on Twitter. (Read More)


Importance of Supplementing your SEO Efforts


Keywords are important, but don't put all your eggs in one basket when it comes to SEO. Consider supplementing those efforts with social media and content. (Read More)


Is Pinterest the New Google?


Pinterest is becoming a popular place for search, is it replacing Google as the go-to search engine? (Read More)


The Content that Inspires Clicks on Calls-to-Action [Data]


If you're not inspiring people to click your calls-to-action, you're losing the opportunity to generate new leads. See how you can inspire your visitors. (Read More)


Facebook Graph Search: 2 Opportunities You’re Currently Missing


Facebook Graph Search is now available for all English (US) users. Two huge ways this will impact your business. (Read More)


The Mobile Optimization Revolution: Are you Ready?


More consumers are accessing the Internet from their mobile devices, making mobile optimization key. It's changing the way companies and consumers interact. (Read More)


Chat Rooms and Other 90's Technology We Don't Want Back


With Facebook rumored to be working on Host Chat, a new chat room feature; we discuss other technology from the 1990s that we never want to see again. (Read More)

Carolyn Edgecomb

Carolyn Edgecomb

As an account manager at IMPACT, Carolyn is a key contributor towards the success of client marketing campaigns through the execution of strategy and task based duties. She has a passion for anything that’s inbound marketing. Staying on top of the latest social media updates and marketing trends allows her to strategize and develop solutions that fit the needs of the client. When she’s not spending an overwhelming amount of time on Pinterest, you’ll find her shopping and catching up on the latest inbound marketing trends. Who doesn’t love a good book, blog article, or cup of frozen yogurt?

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