Monthly Archives: November 2018

3 Strategies to Drive Lead Gen in Higher Education

With global competition and rising acquisition costs, there’s no question that the digital age has made student enrollment a Sisyphean task for higher education brands. Up against local, regional, and even international rivals for the same leads, it’s more difficult than ever to cut through the noise and make meaningful connections with potential students. So […]

3 Content Strategy Trends to Prioritize in 2019

It seems like just yesterday that we were making our content strategy predictions for 2018. Last year, we looked at the rise of voice search, local content strategies, and increased content promotion as the trends set to dominate the industry. Those trends have become the new normal for content strategists, and we’re gazing into our […]

The Rise of Conscious Consumerism

Consumers are increasingly conscious of the impact of the products they purchase. While their priorities differ, some consumers have started consciously (or unconsciously) changing their purchase behavior, deciding where to shop and who to purchase from based on a brand’s social and environmental impact. They’re also starting to pay attention to the impact that businesses […]

3 Ways to Level Up Your Business’ Pinterest Strategy

The days of creating vision boards and having to browse through catalogues to plan your next purchase are long over, thanks—in part—to the creation of Pinterest. What’s the big deal about Pinterest? Unlike content on other social platforms, Pinterest content has a longer shelf life. A single pin is often re-pinned and shared long after […]

October 2018 LPM Roundup

Another month has passed, which means more developments in the world of Local Presence Management (LPM). This time we’ve seen some major changes with minor consequences, minor changes with major consequences—and a significant (if inevitable) demise that even casual users should note. Google shuts down Google+ Remember that massive push Google made for their own […]