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Как получать естественные обратные ссылки?

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Когда у вас есть продукт, проект, сервис или приложение, вы хотите, чтобы люди о вас узнали. У вас много способов этого добиться, в том числе – заинтересовать других рассказать о вас. Если вам повезёт, на вас появятся естественные ссылки – не только самый логичный вариант, но и, с относительно недавних пор, он является требованием Google, который научился отличать естественные ссылки от покупных. Яндекс, по крайней мере на словах, хотел бы от нас того же. В этой связи интересно: как выглядит цивилизованная практика получения естественных обратных ссылок?

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Total votes 10: ↑10 and ↓0 +10
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Как продвигать видео-контент? Обзор лучших платформ видео-маркетинга

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Использование интерактивного контента — важная составляющая любой маркетинговой стратегии. Чтобы коммуникация была эффективной и вовлекающей, она должна воздействовать на все органы чувств человека. Видео, как нельзя лучше, выполняет эту задачу — мы слышим, видим и полностью погружаемся в сюжет рекламного или маркетингового ролика. И такая комбинация оставляет наиболее глубокий отпечаток в сознании потребителей.
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Total votes 8: ↑4 and ↓4 0
Views 4.5K
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Как брендам общаться с «поколением селфи»?

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Сегодняшние молодые люди и девушки являются первым поколением, которое достигло совершеннолетия после расцвета социальных медиа и распространения мобайла. Поэтому в их способах взаимодействия со средствами массовой информации они уже по определению отличаются от представителей других возрастных категорий.

Компаниям, которые ведут активную “жизнь” в социальных медиа, нужно учитывать потребности всех групп целевой общественности и адаптироваться под запросы каждого потребителя. Что нужно учитывать при коммуникации с “поколением селфи”? Разбираемся в сегодняшнем материале.
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Total votes 23: ↑3 and ↓20 -17
Views 3.6K
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Разработка успешной контент-маркетинговой стратегии

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Вне всяких сомнений, за последние несколько лет маркетинговый ландшафт претерпел фундаментальные преобразования под влиянием контента, мобильных и социальных технологий. Контент-маркетинг стал неотъемлемым и мощным инструментом для маркетологов для увеличения показателей трафика интернет-сайтов, онлайн присутствия и привлечения новых покупателей.

Однако создание хорошего контента – задача не из легких для многих маркетологов, и часто именно этот шаг является камнем преткновения на тропе успеха многих контент-маркетинговых программ. Эффективный контент-маркетинг требует хорошей стратегии, отличного планирования, оптимизированной дистрибуции и продвижения и постоянного анализа эффективности контента.

Контент-маркетинг — это непрерывный цикл, который требует оптимизации на каждом этапе для достижения успеха. Неспособность или игнорирование даже одного из этапов ставит под угрозу успех Вашей маркетинговой программы, даже если ваш контент высокого качества
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Чтобы упростить этот процесс и помочь вам максимизировать эффективность программы вашего контент-маркетинга, мы собрали всеобъемлющий план-конспект о том, как оптимизировать весь жизненный цикл контент-маркетинговой кампании, чтобы помочь вам оставаться на верном пути к положительным показателям ROI. Это первая из шести частей цикла, который проведет вас через каждый этап всего жизненного цикла успешной контент-маркетинговой программы.
Итак, без дальнейших церемоний, давайте перейдем к стратегии.

Что значит выработать стратегию контент-маркетинга

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Total votes 12: ↑8 and ↓4 +4
Views 5.8K
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How Brands Can Break Through the Tech Media Bubble

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Good luck getting people to read your branded tech story. Now, before you get mad, I’m sure you’ve got something great to share. I’m sure you found an exciting new solution to some sort of problem. All you want is for others to be as excited about it as you are. Sadly, the odds are not in your favour.

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Total votes 23: ↑22 and ↓1 +21
Views 964
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The Origins of Startup Culture: How the Early Success Stories Shaped the Modern State of the Tech Industry

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In the late 1930s, two Stanford students, William Hewlett and David Packard, were inspired by their professor’s plea to turn the Bay Area into the national capital of high tech. Operating out of the cheapest property they could find — a garage in suburban Palo Alto, they built their first commercial product, the HP200A oscillator. Now a private museum and a California Historic Landmark, this place is a living monument, commemorating the birth of the Silicon Valley startup culture.

This event preceded the similar and widely publicized success stories of Microsoft and Apple by more than 30 years. But it nonetheless perfectly defines the startup culture as we know it today. How come?

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Total votes 17: ↑16 and ↓1 +15
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Content Localization Strategies

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Setting up the content localization and, thus, configuring the interface language of the product in such a way that the right language is rendered to the right user is extremely important for each digital platform. That’s why we have decided to translate and share with you this expert article by Nicolai Goshin from Hellicht Medien.


And we strongly hope that some strategic points would be valuable for your localization projects!


Background and preliminary considerations


Digital projects targeting audiences in different countries or different language areas are doomed to take advantage of localization strategies. So we must answer the following question: which users should be given which content in which languages? The question at the first sight seems simple. But later in this article we will point out why this topic is, in fact, complex. And, of course, we will also address how to deal with this complexity.


Let's assume a scenario in which content (for example, an online magazine) is available in three languages: German, English, and Arabic. The goal is ideally to provide content to each user in their native language. If this is not possible, the content should be provided to the user in the language that they best understand apart from their mother tongue.

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Total votes 8: ↑8 and ↓0 +8
Views 1.1K
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Indebted to the Pioneers: How the Need for Innovation Sparked the Birth of the Tech Industry

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Successful startups often emphasize their grassroots aspects. In part one of this series, we talked about the origins of startup culture and the DIY attitude that is prevalent in the tech industry. However, there’s more to modern startup culture than that. Today, it is in many ways defined by the innovation infrastructure that got things started and allowed the tech space to blossom, and that is the focus of this article.

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Total votes 7: ↑6 and ↓1 +5
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Content Marketing Culture: Why Cultural Influence Trumps Fighting For Social Media Traffic, Likes and Followers

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Every new business needs an online platform, some turf to call your own. So, you invest time and money to build it. Finally, after months of negotiations and revisions, you deploy it. At first, you’re happy, but weeks go by and your shiny new website is still not attracting customers. In an effort to protect your investment, you start spending more money on PR trying to get people to notice you. But it doesn’t work the same way it did before.

Bad news is — press release is dead. Good news — there are ways around that. Once you understand how we got here and why the old tricks don’t work anymore, you’ll be able to adjust and rise to the top.

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Total votes 9: ↑7 and ↓2 +5
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Scaling Culture as the Key to Getting Eyeballs on Your Brand

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The Web is a blessing and a curse. It’s the greatest publishing platform ever devised, it offers accessibility and allows for the free flow of information. On the other hand, it has made getting actual exposure even harder. Yet, some brands still mistake the former for the latter and continue to pursue traditional marketing strategies.

Total votes 4: ↑4 and ↓0 +4
Views 456
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Startups going global: a guide to Product Hunt

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Product Hunt is a Y-combinator backed discovery platform, founded by Ryan Hoover in 2013. Conceived as an email list, it has gone on to become one of the most popular directories, raised $7.5 million in backing and was acquired by AngelList — a social network for entrepreneurs — in December 2016.

Exposure on the platform contributed to viral successes of Yo and Ship Your Enemies Glitter, and brought multi-million dollar companies, like Robinhood and Gimlet Media, to the public eye.

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Total votes 5: ↑5 and ↓0 +5
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Startups going global: a guide to Startup Digest

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Techstars Startup Digest was designed as a discovery tool for entrepreneurs looking for tech events in their area. It was founded in 2009 by Chris McCann who just moved to the Valley. He created an old-school newsletter, featuring promising events in the Bay Area. There was no website, all the events were hand-picked by Chris himself, and the newsletter had 22 subscribers. People liked the idea and that number quickly grew. In 2012 it was acquired by Startup Weekend. Three years later, Startup Weekend’s parent company UP Global was acquired by Techstars — and that’s how the project got its name.

Startup Digest can be a useful tool for startups and event coordinators. If you can successfully leverage it, your event, blog post and/or tech product can reach thousands of people at no cost.

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Total votes 3: ↑3 and ↓0 +3
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The true cost of free labour — and how startup founders can find their way around it

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Starting a startup can be tricky. To make money, you need clients. To attract clients, you need a portfolio. To have an attractive portfolio, you need to… Well, you see where I’m going with this. A lot of founders offer their services for free to escape this cycle. However, there are plenty of issues with this approach. It’s certainly not the silver bullet it might seem. Here we are discussing this topic in detail.

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Total votes 4: ↑3 and ↓1 +2
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