Notebooks, or rather, the act of writing in them, has been proven again and again to positively impact our productivity. From improving our memory to organising our chaotic thoughts, there are few devices or gadgets quite as versatile or reliable as the humble notebook.
We may enjoy using stationary at home and in our downtime, such as the hundreds of thousands of self-proclaimed #stationeryaddicts on Instagram, but with the typical workplace found to be exceedingly distracting to the average employee, you may see beneficial effects on your focus and productivity from working alongside it as well.
Link building has evolved a lot and still remained the same.
Although most SEO experts say that Google’s algorithms have improved significantly in last few years and are able to recognize certain patterns (which is true) link builders are still doing a lot of gray hat techniques.
Still, I have to say that people are slowly starting to recognize potential dangers of such strategy and are instead opting to go full white hat.
Let’s check the best link building techniques that are still working today.
Have you seen the list of 2017 finalists and winners of the Content Marketing Awards?
For content marketers, it’s a mandatory resource to explore. As you read through the entries of the finalists, you’ll notice some patterns. Award-winning content serves the audience. It is bold, clear, and creative.
An Open Letter to Men from Female Runners was chosen as the winner in the category Best Feature Article – Digital. At first sight, it looks like a simple publication based on personal experience.
Tired of getting zero results out of your email marketing? It’s probably time to do your follow up emails a little differently this time! Leslie Ye of Hubspot and Visme created this infographic on the 23 better alternatives to writing a follow up email. Simply pick an idea you want and see if it works for you.