Quora’s peer-to-peer discussion platform is a great venue to learn and get your name known. Dig into these marketing threads, there’s much to learn & many opportunities to contribute.
Inspired by a six year old’s world view, here are eight invaluable lessons to learn about your marketing strategy and landing pages.
User Experience (UX) and design are all about helping users achieve their goals, usually more important with long B2C ecommerce flows, or product design – also known as User Centered Design (UCD).
Bad news: we’ve run out of landing page resources for you. Just kidding. We live and breathe landing pages, and promise you we won’t stop collecting the resources for you. Check out these 23 new posts.
Mistakes provide invaluable learning experiences. But why make more of your own when you should learn from the bloopers of others? Beyond laughing, crying (from laughing), and letting your jaw drop to the floor, embrace every bad marketing moment as inspiration to make your brand better.
Consumers are getting smarter and have high expectations for your brand, and as a marketer, it’s your job to do the wooing. Lead generation is all about connecting brands and audience. These 50 posts will teach you how to do it right.
If only there existed a social network where fellow marketers, business leaders, passionate students, and high-profile investors could easily engage with one another beyond a casual Tweet or LinkedIn connection! Oh wait, there is… Quora
Marketing is now all about building relationships with audiences, building trust to generate leads and engaging in conversations. In a nutshell, old school marketing was a push mechanism. New school marketing will hook your visitors and reel them in. Here are 98 resources to guide your business through the transition:
Fact: in the world of landing pages, there are far more misses than hits. If you’re skeptical of that statement, do some quick research by clicking on some paid search or display ads. In this post we look at 5 examples of good landing pages. What do you think?