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Content is King in Inbound Marketing

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Alright, before I let you read this article, please let me state this: I recognize that many readers of the Digital Nirvana generate a lot of their business executing outbound marketing activities for their clients. And if you know me, you know that I believe in a multi-channel approach — one that incorporates traditional marketing… Read More »

Tools and Techniques to Succeed with Inbound Marketing

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Over the past month, I’ve provided a bit of an overview on what inbound marketing is and why it’s important to your business. Today, I’d like to chat about some of the specific tools and techniques that you can use to succeed with your inbound marketing efforts. Your Blog When you set inbound marketing into… Read More »

Starting Your Inbound Marketing Strategy

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In my last article, I discussed the growing importance of understanding inbound marketing.  Yes, it is a popular topic in the worlds of business and communications today… but for good reason: an effective inbound marketing strategy can truly help your organization grow! Today, I’d like to discuss a bit about how to move forward with… Read More »

The Inbound Marketing Low-Down

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Over the next few weeks, I’d like to share articles in a series that is  focused on one major theme: How companies in the printing industry can use inbound marketing to grow their business. Here is Part 1! Every business dreams of those “easy” sales. The sales where customers virtually fall into your lap. Don’t… Read More »

Are You Ready to Get on the Google+ Train?

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When Google+ was first released in 2011, there certainly was a lot of buzz in the marketing world.  However, for many of us, the reaction was this: “Oh no; do we really have another social network to worry about?” Well, if you have been neglecting adding Google+ to your marketing activities up until now, you… Read More »

5 Reasons Printers Should Care About Google +

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Google+ has only been with us for a short time. But within its first month, most reports state that more than 25 million people joined the service. What makes that fairly impressive is that the service was still only in invitational-only mode. However, Google has recently announced that the social network is now open to everyone.… Read More »