April 14th, 2014

Do These 3 Things to Boost E-Commerce Sales Via Pinterest

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It’s no secret that Pinterest users like to shop online. This infographic we posted a while back shows that the average Pinterest shopper spends about $140-180 per transaction, and often on items they have found and pinned on Pinterest. That’s a lot of revenue to tap into if you can figure out how to catch…

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April 9th, 2014

These Social Media Pros Are Batting 1000. Find Out How They Do It.

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Social media is such a diverse industry, and the pools of people who populate it are equally varied. Have you ever wondered what exactly makes a social media expert? Is it someone who has a marketing degree and has always worked in advertising at a big B2C company? Or is it maybe a tad different?…

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April 8th, 2014

Which Platform Drives the Most Sales? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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As we discussed last week from a B2B standpoint, sales is the number one question in social media. How do we drive sales? How can we inspire people to interact with our brands on an e-commerce basis, and not just from a social perspective? Well, this infographic from Shopify sheds a bit of light on…

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April 6th, 2014

I Was Shocked When I Learned About This Fatal Flaw in WordPress Websites

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Before I let you know what stunned me about WordPress websites, let me provide a little background. The 60 Second Marketer uses a customized approach for the back-end of our website. By that, I mean we use Freeway Pro to design many of the pages on the site, then we use WordPress as the platform…

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April 4th, 2014

The One Tool You Need to Make the Most of Your LinkedIn Network

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LinkedIn is a hard nut to crack. Everyone recognizes that it’s important (if you don’t check out this infographic), but unless you’re searching for a job the benefits for individuals tend to be less tangible. It’s hard to know how to make the most of the network you’ve so carefully built without spending hours sorting…

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