The second of our SEJ Summit Atlanta interview series brings us Katherine Griwert, who is the Creative Marketing Director at Brafton. We are so excited to learn about branded content from Katherine.
Grant has over 22 years of experience in our industry and shares his knowledge of search, content marketing, and where the industry is going.
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QR code fever peaked around 2013 and has been sliding into obscurity faster than your pogs against my metal Animaniacs slammer. Here’s why.
Reddit has become a powerful platform for companies, celebrities, and regular people to get exposure, answer and ask […]
Eric Enge is one of our speakers at our next SEJ Summit, happening at the Chelsea NYC Hotel on September 16th.
I got the chance to ask Larry a few questions about his background, personal branding, and more information on PPC.
Peter Shankman is an author, founder, professor, and one of the many great speakers we are welcoming at our 6th SEJ Summit this year, happening in the heart of New York City.
I’d like to be the first to officially welcome Caitlin Rulien to SEJ as our Social Producer.
This infographic explains how to effectively incorporate visuals to get your message across.
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Dan will discuss “selling with first-touch social psychographic data: disciplined, high intent, active targeting, including owned-audience cookie pools for performance marketers to exploit.”
It’s time for another Marketing Nerds podcast! This week, I’m joined by SEO at Vodafone, Nick Wilsdon, as we discuss the integration of SEO, mobile search, and more.
There are numerous occasions that can ignite nostalgia, which is being used by clever marketers with a marketing strategy called nostalgia marketing.
SEJ recently unveiled the new #SEJThinkTank and #MarketingNerds pages, which aim to provide easy access to our webinar and podcast series for updates.
Did you know that having the word “sale” in the welcome email subject line increases opens by over 23%?
For this week’s episode of Marketing Nerds, Laura Roeder, Founder of Edgar, joins me for a discussion on resharing your social media content to increase traffic and engagement.
Dino & Kelsey discuss personal branding, why it’s important to have a blog, and how social media can help anyone with their online presence.
With so much noise online, what is the number one thing a brand can take to get their content to stand out?
Kelsey Jones, Danielle Antosz, and Hannah McNaughton speak about raising your rates, charging that you’re worth, and their experiences with Imposter Syndrome, which is the feeling that you’re a fraud or don’t deserve to be where you are.