What’s Trending: Taming the Madness of March
March 25, 2019
The end of March means different things to different folks. For some, it’s a celebration of the end of winter. For others, it’s a time to strategically craft their March Madness brackets. For marketers, it marks the end of Q1 — which means it’s a time for introspection and more than a little blind panic. How can we be 25% through the year already? Are we 25% of the way to our goals?
Don’t give into the madness of March: Make some minor adjustments now and watch them pay off throughout the year. This week’s roundup can help you refine your social media strategy, measurement, social media content, and more.
What Marketers Were Reading and Sharing Most This Week:
A recent survey showed only 19% of marketers said they had a high degree of data literacy. Learn how to get more data savvy with these tips from Mantis Research’s Clare McDermott.
Take your B2B marketing to the next level of sophistication with these advanced tips from TopRank Marketing CEO Lee Odden.
Third Door Media’s Amy Gesenhues offers a practical guide to repurposing content, including in-depth instruction with practical examples that illustrate the potential benefits.
A blank screen is every content marketer’s worst enemy. Content expert Mackenzie Deater shares how to get unstuck and write strategic content that gets results.
Einstein Marketer’s Josh Barney shares how to drill into the five major categories of metrics (traffic, user behavior, social performance, external comparison, and search performance) to get at the specifics that really matter.
Join the most successful content marketers by documenting your content marketing strategy. This guide from Copyblogger’s Sonia Simone can get you started.
This episode of LeadCrunch’s Green & Greene Show features B2B marketing advice from Ryan Phelan, a marketing expert with two decades of executive experience. Listen to the podcast or read the included transcript.
Turn your SEO audit into actions that get results with this detailed advice from Voltage Vice President of Marketing Corey Morris.
In this brief video, Philip VanDusen shares content marketing advice as sharp and to the point as the tip of his goatee.