From Ink To Inbound Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

It all started back in 1450 with the development of the Gutenberg press.

However, after the publication of the first magazine in Philadelphia in 1741, it took only 17 years for Dr Samuel Johnson to start complaining about the magnificence of promises to get attention in 1758.

Outbound marketing in its print form really kicked in during the 19th and early 20th centuries transitioning into the first radio ad in 1922.

Inbound made its first appearance in the Noughties and by 2012 it had started to gain some real traction in the US as the stats revealed that 88% of internet users browsed products online before purchasing.

Always a few years behind our American cousins, the UK has started to sit up and listen.  It’s a slow process but those businesses who have taken the plunge and invested in education and engagement are starting to reap the benefits.  

Find out how your business could be one of them here.


From Ink To Inbound Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]
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How to Optimize Your Social Profiles for Search

Have you thought about optimizing your social accounts for search? Do you know where to use keywords in your social profiles? In social media, there are two search engines you have to optimize for: the search function within each social network and Google search. In this article you’ll discover where to use keywords in your […]

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Google Gets A Brand New Look: Updates Search & Now Card Visuals

Google’s latest refresh is part of a large-scale rebranding effort that includes a newly designed logo.

The post Google Gets A Brand New Look: Updates Search & Now Card Visuals appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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The Average Daily Routine (And Salary) of a Social Media Marketer [INFOGRAPHIC]

A team at Socialcast surveyed social media managers about their daily routines and compiled their daily tasks and activities into one helpful infographic. Here we can see the typical demands of a social media marketer as well as a rough outline of how these hardworking individuals are handling the pressure. Five hours of sleep, power lunches? All for a salary, in New York at least, of about 60k. 
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How to Get Started on Blab: Group Video Broadcasting for Marketers

Are you a fan of live-streaming video for business? Have you tried Blab? Blab, the newest platform in streaming video, lets you build a personal and business presence while creating community. In this article I’ll explore Blab and share ways you can use it for business. About Blab Blab.im, which is currently available on desktop […]

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