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September 30, 2014

SMX East Liveblog: The Importance of Imagery

In a stream of consciousness presentation of images, SMX speaker Rhonda Hanson, Sr. Director of Digital Marketing, Global Marketing, formerly of Concur, thinks about using images to your advantage and points out a few dos, don’ts and trends. She specifically talks about images used in:

  • Website Design
  • Product Listing Ads
  • Facebook Ads
  • Stock Photos

Read more in The Importance of Imagery.




SMX East Liveblog: Search & Find: Marketing in the Age of the Internet of Things

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In this session at SMX East, speaker Erynn Petersen takes a high-level view of a future where we don’t go to a phone or computer to get online, but rather all the devices and appliances around us are online. How will marketers gather data and gain intelligence when our cars, watches and even the dust around us are Internet enabled?

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SMX East Liveblog: Making Moments Matter

The sales funnel has exploded. However, the pieces of the funnel are still highly relevant. You need to be there in the consideration phase. You need to streamline the purchase process so it’s frictionless. You need to work to maintain retention and get fanatical loyalty.

Speaker Jeffrey K. Rohrs discusses three ways to leverage key moments in a sales funnel to make the path to purchase as frictionless as possible.

Read more in Making Moments Matter.




SMX East Evening Forum with Danny Sullivan

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Search Engine Land Founding Editor Danny Sullivan fields questions from the Search Marketing Expo (SMX) East 2014 audience in the final session of the day. Find out what he had to say about authorship, markup, local SEO, how to teach SEO in college, and much more in this liveblog.

Read more in SMX Evening Forum with Danny Sullivan




SMX East Liveblog: The 4th Wave of Content Marketing

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Content may be king, but content marketing is a constant battle for information. Even if you make it to the top of the heap, someone’s gunning for your head. Most marketers fight this fact by creating more content, spending more money on content, and it’s asymptomatically impossible to break through.

Well, today we’re at the forefront of a movement to make technologists and marketers talk to each other. This session is called “The 4th Wave of Content Marketing: From Passive to Interactive” and it’s about the next thing in content. Don’t just publish more, make it interactive with marketing apps.

Read more in The 4th Wave in Content Marketing.




SMX East Liveblog: Twitter Cards & Facebook’s Open Graph

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Take your social game to the next level by implementing Twitter Cards and Open Graph Tags. The speakers in this panel assert that social strategy means thinking about social posts as if they were ads (and therefore crafting them with the same amount of care and creativity). Learn how to wield OG tags, discover the nine different types of Twitter Cards and how to best utilize them, and find out what unique project The New York Times is using Twitter Cards to promote.

Speakers Merry Morud (Social Advertising Director, aimClear), Evan Sandhaus (Lead Architect, Semantic Platforms, NY Times) and Courtney Seiter (Head of Content Marketing, Buffer) present the latest essential tips and advice, captured in this liveblog from SMX East.

Read more in Twitter Cards & Facebook’s Open Graph.




SMX East Liveblog: Automation Does Not Equal Strategy

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SMX speaker Kevin Ryan says that “a tool box does not a cabinet make,” and so marketing automation technology should not “remove people so we can communicate with people better.” In this SMX East session, Kevin’s going to speak on a bad habit: focusing on the new, shiny new technology and neglecting the strategy.

Read more in Automation Does Not Equal Strategy.




SMX East Liveblog: The Future of a Brand

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What is a brand and how are marketers in control of a brand? These are the questions she’s been tackling this decade, because things have changed and brand is now a business driver. As such, brand should have it’s own budget, it’s own team, it’s own conversation with the executives. Joanna Lord explains the best practices of what some better brands are doing. Marketers are in a position today to own, shape and share brands on our company’s behalf.

Read more in The Future of a Brand.




SMX East Liveblog: Competitive Research for SEO

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This SMX East session dives into competitive research that will help you identify your true competition (it isn’t always who you think it is) and then assess why and how they are outranking you. Armed with this information, you can fight back and rise to the top of the SERP.

Read more in Competitive Research for SEO.




SMX East Liveblog: All Search is Now Social

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Think of an apple and a bag of marbles. Both simple images, and when you compare the two you’ll get an idea of the shift that social media has caused brands to make to stay relevant today. An apple is the old way of thinking of your brand, unified and on-message. The bag of marbles is a little more assorted, a collection, not a unified message but it has 300% more surface area. If you’re able to increase the surface area of your brand by releasing individual advocates. Social media advocacy gives your business authentic reach. Speaker Tami Cannizzaro explains.

Read more in All Search is Now Social.




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