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    How social content is the dog, the tail and wagging.

    Creativity, strategic planning and writing your own rules for content marketing will almost always be rewarded in a commercial landscape.

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    How to organize Pinterest boards for best results – 3rd Thursday Tip

    Brafton’s video blog offers four tips to organize your Pinterest boards for best results this holiday season.

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    Testimonial: Allegis Group Services builds authority with Brafton content marketing [Video]

    Allegis Group Services describes content marketing from Brafton as an “art and science,” high on creativity, strategy and results.

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    Top 10 Ways to Focus on the User

    As SEO continues to evolve and user experience plays a greater role, there are several ways marketers can adjust their sites to make them more user-friendly.

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    Content marketing recap: October 2012 (Video)

    Looking for ideas on how to update your content marketing strategy? Insights on October’s biggest industry developments can help you build winning campaigns.

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    Don’t trick or treat, pin to win! How an ecommerce Pinterest contest drove results

    Our “Spooky Beauty” Halloween contest with Beauty Bridge shows how to create a Pinterst contest that promotes products, wins new followers and attracts website traffic.

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    In defense of ghostwriting

    Not everyone can write easily or well, but that doesn’t mean their stories and insights aren’t worthy of circulation.

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    Should I use static or dynamic URLs for site content? [Video]

    Static URLs may not be necessary for SEO, but they’re definitely more user friendly than dynamic URLs.

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    10 Twitter layouts to inspire your social marketing

    Twitter’s latest profile redesign gives marketers a new option for highlighting their brands’ personalities.

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    A place for posture: Staying cool on Facebook

    Social media is all the rage for marketers, and although it’s a powerful tool, it is inherently superficial, and operates through distinct channels that must be understood in order to maximize its benefits.

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