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The Dos and Don'ts of Modern SEO

By Brittany Berger, February 25, 2014

Get It Now! How to Use Scarcity Marketing

By Savannah Marie, February 20, 2014

If you’ve ever been convinced to buy your stocks up as quickly as possible because levels for one of your favorite products are running low, or because there’s a danger of production being ceased, you’ve experiencedscarcity marketing. Women have experienced this with regularity throughout history. Discontinued lipstick is nothing to joke about. Keep reading to learn how to implement it in your own plans and get examples of companies that have done it well.

6 Beginner Tips for Creating a Solid Social Media Marketing Strategy

By Cory Belin, February 18, 2014

14 Valentines for the Marketers You Love

By Brittany Berger, February 13, 2014

Hoppy Valentine's Day from eZanga! Will you be mine? Valentine's Day is about showing appreciation for the people and things you love. What do we love? Marketing. So this is how we're celebrating.

Programmatic Buying and Marketing Integration

By Gabe Arce, February 11, 2014

In my conversations with executives at marketing and advertising agencies over new budgets and initiatives for 2014, there's been many references towards the notion of integrating media and creative departments.

2014 Web Design Trends Predicted by Stock Photos [Infographic]

By Brittany Berger, February 06, 2014

Think about how much stock photo sites know about us. Through the account we create on their site, they get a glimmer into what our business does. If we've downloaded a lot of icons recently, someone may guess that the business is redesigning their website. If we've downloaded graph, data, and number representations, someone could venture a guess that we're creating infographics. Stock photos offer a huge glimpse into what web design trends are hot and which ones are not.

Curiosity Journalism: The Newest Trend in Content Marketing

By Savannah Marie, February 04, 2014

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it’s giving new life to online journalism (click to tweet). Quizzes, GIFs, and odd unexpected stories are taking over the web, and not just on your social media feeds. Increasingly, these “curiosities” are attracting the interest of journalists, bloggers, and content marketers who are struggling to find a way to connect with audiences online. The Atlantic coined the term “curiosity journalism” to include all those strange-but-interesting stories that...