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Inbound Marketing Week in Review: April 22, 2012

By Brianne Carlon RushApr 22, 2012

review inbound marketingFrom tips and trends to C-suites and celebrities, Kuno covered a lot of ground this week. If you haven't read every word of it, make sure you get caught up here! Read on…

Responsive Web Design: Is it the Future or a Feature?

What if you only had to build one website design and it would fit all devices, big or small? Now you can, with a Responsive Web Design, but is it worth it? Find out here…

What to Do If Your Inbound Marketing Leads Start to Slide

You've been working hard to build a nice, sustainable increase in traffic and leads over the past months and years. Now, all of a sudden things are starting to tail off. Why? Shouldn't the momentum you've created be enough to keep itself going? What's the problem, and what can you do about it? First rule - don't panic. Read on for what to do next…

Top 10 “Hidden Gem” Internet Marketing Blogs You May Not Be Reading

These blogs are highly recommended because they’re produced by passionate practitioners of one or many Internet marketing disciplines. The authors live and work in the online trenches and their advice is always timely, prudent, sound and full of passion. If online success is your goal then emulating and absorbing these blogs will definitely help.    

LinkedIn PPC - Tuesday's Inbound Marketing Tips & Tactics [Video]

This week's episode looks at paid social media marketing using LinkedIn, also known as LinkedIn PPC.

Let Your Competitors have the Top Rankings on Google

Professors have decided “that competing high-ranking organic search results may actually boost the performance of your paid search ads.” The study is very interesting and eyebrow-raising, to say the least. However, this isn’t the only reason your competitor’s high Google rankings may be a good thing…

How to Combine Multiple RSS Feeds with Yahoo Pipes

If you're looking for a way to combine RSS feeds or to amass web conversations, try Yahoo Pipes. Yahoo Pipes can be used “to aggregate, manipulate, and mashup content from around the web” at your whim. Find out how here…

Educating Your C-Suite about Inbound Marketing

The biggest challenge for inbound marketing agencies has been getting the people with the decision-making power to buy into what they are selling. There are converts out there, but many times they are not located in the C-Suite. As a convert, it is now your responsibility to spread the good word of inbound marketing quickly throughout your business. Here’s how…

What Part About the New SEO Don't You Get?

What amazes me is that a large number of otherwise sophisticated web marketers still don't get SEO. Here are a few recent tales...

Lead Nurturing Content for the Bottom of the Sales Funnel

At the bottom of the sales funnel your sales team should be fully engaged working their magic to close the sale, but they could use some help from marketing. Why? Because your prospect is still struggling. They could use some additional content to help get them over the hump, but what kind of content?

Why Cleveland Brown's Joe Haden is a Great Inbound Marketer

Twitter has become a gateway for the “Average Joe” to see into the lavish lifestyles of the multi-million dollar athletes they admire. Let’s take advantage of our assets (Twitter and the Internet) and examine why Joe Haden is a great inbound marketer.

Check in next week for more of the finest inbound marketing content on the web. Have a great weekend! 

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Brianne Carlon Rush

After developing the Kuno Creative content marketing department and growing it by 500%, Brianne has expanded her role to help grow the inbound marketing agency in size, revenue and resources. She now focuses on sales and marketing alignment; employee recruiting, hiring and development; and communication strategies, while still dedicating time to client strategy and Kuno’s marketing efforts.
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