About two years ago, LinkedIn opened its publishing platform to all members and expanded its content marketing potential for B2B and B2C brands. Here are a few things you should know about where LinkedIn publishing stands today.
"Why so serious?” B2B social media content can be just as creative, individual, and trusted as any other content, particularly on LinkedIn. Get an insider’s perspective from the content marketing evangelist from LinkedIn Australia.
B2B content marketers need to pay more attention to LinkedIn. A five-year study of content published and shared on LinkedIn reveals its explosive growth, preferred post lengths, increasing role as a content distributor, and much more.
Your personal brand matters in the marketing industry. How well have you positioned yourself in the digital world? Are your LinkedIn profile views flatlining? Here’s what you need to do to make it better and get yourself found.
I said Microsoft would purchase a media company in 2013. The company proved me correct this month with its LinkedIn acquisition. It isn’t the first and won’t be the last to see big value in buying media properties. Get ready for a spree.
Joe and Robert discuss how every media outlet missed the big story in Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn. They also talk about marketers using native ads the wrong way, the plummeting of Facebook’s reach, plus rants, raves, and more.
Joe and Robert talk about research on machines replacing marketers, Viacom’s new branded content agency, and Facebook’s Canvas as the next branded content hit. Plus rants and raves on Chick-Fil-A and LinkedIn groups and example of week.
The guys discuss what you can buy for the price of a Super Bowl ad, Gary Vee’s new publishing venture, LinkedIn’s ditching of Bizo, and WSJ’s ditching of LinkedIn share button. Plus, they rant and rave, and share example of week.
In the centennial edition of This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert celebrate and reflect, change the podcast format, share major content marketing trends for 2016, and predict 2017, plus a surprising TOM example.
I beat Neil Patel – that respected and really successful content marketer and blogger. OK, it was a one-post comparison, but I still had 20% more shares. Let’s look at seven-plus characteristics that may have contributed to my victory.
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss LinkedIn’s contact limits, the demise of Google+, AOL’s content marketing research that really isn’t about content marketing, and more. Rants and raves cover McKinsey, Univision, and HBO.
If you publish content on your website to reach new prospects, consider the benefits of publishing on LinkedIn and Medium. Learn how to do it and get three bonus tips on how to produce more content with minimal time.