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Website Design Comics #websitedesign

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in Source - Read More: www.webdesignerdepot.com

 
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How to Use Data to Create More Relevant Content

Content marketers don’t just write, they write with purpose. While it may seem like a small distinction, it can mean the difference between wasting time and investing time in creating content that will deliver rankings, leads, and sales long after it’s published. In fact, research reveals that B2B companies who blog receive 67% more leads than those who don’t. But they

 
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How Do You Compare to Serious Business Bloggers? #Infographic

Blogging remains the cornerstone of most content marketing efforts. According to HubSpot, marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13 times more likely to enjoy positive ROI.The data presented by HubSpot also claims B2B companies that blog produce 67 percent more leads than those that don’t.According to Demand Metric, 59 percent of B2B marketers consider blogs

 
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4 ways to use interactive content in marketing

While there’s nothing wrong with standard text-based content, it’s important that businesses develop alternative methods for “spicing things up.” When used in conjunction with quality articles, blog posts, and website copy, interactive features can really enhance the entire content marketing campaign.The value of interactive content. Depending on who you ask, you’ll get different terminologies. Some

 
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Twitter Might Lift the 140-Character Limit – WebProNews

Since Twitter’s inception, tweets have been 140 characters long. It’s what quickly separated the service from traditional blogging platforms. Short bursts of text – news, comedy, status updates – and quick, to-the-point information is what Twitter’s about. Now, not everyone has always loved Twitter’s character limit – but for years it has remained. Those days

 
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