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HubSpot


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Medium


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Unbounce


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Moz


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Ghost


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Yoast


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Content Marketing Articles

Where to Post Freelance Writing Jobs? Stacklist Reviews 6 Tools to Use

Content is at the center of what we do at Stacklist. We interview founders, and our blog is one of the main ways we synthesize our learning to make them accessible and actionable to readers.So we are almost always in the market for writers. Smart writers. Writers who can work with Stacklist research, understand what’s important to entrepreneurs, elevate the key points and, of course, write beautifully.We recently ran a new search for writers using six different freelancing tools suggest...

Stop Using These Stock Photos

Stock photos are great. They're an awesome addition to any blog and makes the content you create more engaging and easier to read. For startups, hiring a photographer or making custom graphic designs can be costly and superfluous for content marketing campaigns, which is why stock photo sites are the best. I'm a big fan of Unsplash and Death to the Stock Photo for stock photos. Unsplash has a huge library of images you can use and the monthly kits you get emailed from DttSP are...

6 Essential Marketing Tools for Building A Customer-Focused Brand

Today’s consumer marketing landscape is not as straightforward as it used to be. Before the internet age, before things like Facebook, Snapchat, and Yelp even existed, you could deliver impressive results with a catchy 30-second ad on FM radio, a prime time TV spot capped off with your clever slogan, or a half-page placement on a glossy, niche magazine.But these traditional tactics no longer cut it. Consumer marketing today requires consumer brands to be more data-driven, socially savvy...