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This is how content marketing is supposed to work

Content marketing fails because most people don’t understand visitor intent. I’m talking about matching the right content to the right visitor at the right time. The most pervasive mistake is… Read more »

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How we increased newsletter subscriptions by 532% [success story]

“Don’t put a newsletter CTA on your blog, it’s a waste of space and no one will subscribe.” I cringe when I try to count how many times I said… Read more »

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You want ROI? Here it is [success story]

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We helped a client generate 384% ROI over two and a half years. Learn more about how we tracked their goals to keep things on track.

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Putting the pedal to the site traffic metal with social media [success story]

Increasing your Twitter and Facebook followers is great, but here we show how social media did even more for a client.

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Rethinking social media strategy in 2017 [success story]

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One of our clients saw 82.6% more revenue and a 228.3% increase in conversions from a stronger, more dynamic approach to social media marketing.

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Close the lead generation gap with mid-funnel content [success story]

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Are you seeing a lot of organic traffic but not enough conversions? You might need to invest in more mid-funnel content.

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Burn it to the ground – an SEO story [success story]

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No niche is too small to optimize for search. See how we helped one very niche client improve their SEO with keyword analysis, technical maintenance and content creation.

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Not all scary numbers want to eat you [success story]

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B2B analytics that seem bad at first might actually reveal positive marketing ROI if you look closer. See how it worked out for one of Brafton’s clients.

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Stock images are dying (and we killed them) [success story]

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A closer look at how custom graphics saved a Brafton client’s blog from suffering the same unfortunate fate as stock images.

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