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In this post, we’ll hear stories from 8 leading content marketers about how they overcame traction challenges. Experiment with some of the strategies that these entrepreneurs have used to get more eyes on their content and see if it works for you. Read More

The definitive guide to writing a roundup post (7 step process)

The definitive guide to writing a roundup post (7 step process) - http://wpcurve.com Avatar Posted by wpcurve under Marketing
From http://wpcurve.com 2725 days ago
Made Hot by: deanuk on June 21, 2015 10:32 am
Creating roundup posts is an underrated way to produce epic content that brings together great minds to share ideas.
This post explains the 7 step process used to convince Neil Patel and Rand Fishkin to share customer happiness tips for the Helloify blog audience. Read More
One of the biggest challenges that we face in business is that our perspectives are often limited to our direct experiences.
That’s where data comes in— it’s one of our best ways to step outside of our comfort zones and to challenge our assumptions. Read More
One of the best scalable traffic sources right now is Facebook Ads because of the platform’s incredible audience targeting system.
Design Pickle used this system in Facebook Ads to increase their monthly recurring revenue by $5.8K per month. Read More
What makes team communication great and channels it to actually produce results that matter for the business?

In this post you will find a practical framework that guides your team to upgrade collaboration and team productivity. This set of rules and principles is mandatory for teams. Read More
Design Pickle is the WPCurve for graphic design. Launched January 21st, 2014, they are now at over $20k in monthly revenue and 100+ clients.

In this post Russ Perry, Founder of Design Pickle, shares his journey of going from fear to focus to help you navigate the murky and often uncertain waters Read More
Slack has made our team and our business much more agile and scalable than would have been possible using traditional communication systems like email.

We thought it would be helpful to outline how Slack is set up for our team to give people a good idea of the potential of the app. Read More

Where to work? home office, coffeeshop, or coworking space?

Where to work? home office, coffeeshop, or coworking space? - http://wpcurve.com Avatar Posted by wpcurve under Startups
From http://wpcurve.com 2753 days ago
Made Hot by: advertglobal on May 25, 2015 8:45 am
3 of the most common options for small businesses, solopreneurs and startups are the home office, the “coffice” (coffeeshop office) and coworking spaces.

In this post, we'll compare see the possibilities offered by each of these working environments. Read More
Too much time and effort is spent in getting traffic to your site that ultimately leaves before they even convert into email subscribers or customers.

Facebook Ads really shine when you leverage them to increase the attention you get from your existing audience – this is called retargeting.
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We recently ran a survey targeting startups and investigating how they approach content marketing.

We had quite a diverse group of businesses respond to the survey, and some surprising results. Read More
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