Do you know the difference between a Supply Side Platform (SSP) and a Demand Side Platform (DSP)? Or would you have to phone a friend?
Creating great content takes time. There’s researching, drafting, editing, and revising. Hours of labor (and love) go into a single blog post. And then that post is shared one time and fades into the internet abyss.
If something is dirty you tend to avoid it, right? Unless it’s some delicious dirt pudding, no good can come of it. So, you’d think dirty call numbers would strike fear in the hearts of marketers.
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When a big brand comes a-knocking, and the numbers are right, the temptation to “sell out” may be too irresistible to resist.
Whether you’re a new content writer or seasoned writer trying to break into a different industry, getting published is no easy task. It’s a bit like which came first: the chicken or the egg? Oftentimes, a portfolio of published work is required to score that coveted guest writer spot. But how do you get that initial break to build your portfolio?
Advertisers know pay per call offers the quickest response for customers. But why aren’t your call center’s phones ringing off the hook? It could be because your call bids aren’t hitting that “inverted traffic” sweet spot.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.
Influencer marketing can be extremely lucrative. Get paid big bucks for taking two seconds to post a sponsored Instagram post? No need to think twice.
Opportunity is everywhere. But while some advertisers have their finger on the pulse of market trends, others come to the game late. Or even worse: remain forever clueless.
Don’t worry editors, this isn’t a blog post about making your jobs obsolete. Nothing can replace the skills of a seasoned editor. Not even the most sophisticated bot or online editing tool can accurately check for deviations from a company’s in-house style guide, or understand all the nuances of the human language.