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  1. 4 Critical Elements of a Successful Content Marketing Team

    On the corporate or agency side, the following descriptions can serve as food for thought in terms of what traits are important for these key roles. Your ability to intuitively understand them, to answer hard questions, and to judge whether a...

  2. 2 Specific Strategies to Build Trust With Extra Cautious Prospects

    Moreover, once the "food" is accepted, you still need to approach the prospect slowly and cautiously enough to get their permission to administer the medicine they need to heal themselves. Turns out the client had an active and prolific YouTube...

  3. Fortune 500 Social Media: 77% Active on Twitter; 70% on Facebook

    In second is food and consumer products with 93 percent, while specialty retailers come in at 91 percent. Overall: percent have active Twitter accounts (up from 73 percent in 2012); Facebook has the most followers.percent are on Facebook (up from...

  4. Racing Penguin: How to Attack Unnatural Links Before Penguin Hits [Case Study]

    Again, the links were prototypical Penguin food. Another quick response, "No, I've focused my attention on my YouTube channel and not my website. When business owners first reach out to me about a Penguin hit, their emails can be hard to get through.

  5. Google Catalogs Annotations: How to Enrich the Consumer Experience & Track Results

    King Arthur Flour is a gorgeous time waster for those of us who enjoy looking at food pornography. The Video tab in the Google Catalog dashboard allows publishers to search for videos in the publisher’s own YouTube channel.

  6. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    In August, our reach surpassed 60 million unique visitors for the first time ever, and we were ranked #1 in the Auto, Business, Style, Home, Health, Travel, Technology and Food categories. It’s a strong endorsement of YouTube’s new channel strategy...

  7. Miso 'SideShows' Companion App Satisfy Science Channel Fans' Thirst for Knowledge

    Its first partners are Showtime, Fox, Food Network, DirecTV's Audience Network, Halogen, Science Channel and CBS Television Distribution. Discovery has also been working with social TV start-up GetGlue since October 2010, offering stickers and...