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  1. Using Majestic's Topical Trust Flow to Find Online PR Opportunities

    How the company plans to respond. The increasing regulatory scrutiny that the company is under. It also mentions some of the problems that the company has encountered and also cites and links to a study the company has undertaken to counteract the...

  2. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 3: Facing the 'Fans'

    The company had been going through a PR crisis, created by Lisa's previous boss, Don, who made some online enemies with a provocative and unpopular marketing campaign. Lisa Hughes, a New York-based content marketer for UK clothing and apparel...

  3. SEO, Demand Generation & Content Marketing: 5 Takeaways From Joe Pulizzi

    Most people just look at the technology first and say: oh, we're this size company and we need marketing automation. Moz is a subscription-based company with a large and loyal following. There was a time when saying the same thing a little better...

  4. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Lisa's team wrote on the company's blog almost every day, but it was a ghost town, and the only social activity was from a group of conservative moms who criticized the ads as too provocative, which they were; Don had made sure of it!

  5. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    Buffer is actually a tool that comes from another company that then partners with Twitter. A modified tweet happens when someone takes another person or company's tweet and then makes a change. The company will create a tweet with a great deal or...

  6. 12 Questions to Separate Social Media Experts From Pretenders

    While there are always exceptions to the rules, those who didn't major in English, journalism, marketing, or PR, or haven't worked extensively in those fields, may not be able to communicate and engage at the level needed to represent your company.

  7. The Social CEO: 6 Reasons Why the CEO Must Lead the Way

    Not just to win the hearts and minds of customers, but also those of employees, media and investors, now that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) allows publicly traded U.S.companies to distribute financial information via social media...