20 Posts to Rev Up Your Digital Marketing for 2015

By Kari Rippetoe | Dec 31, 2014
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Race car driverAs an agency-side marketer, I feel lucky to have exposure to all the latest developments in digital marketing, since so much happens in this wacky industry on a daily basis that we need to be knowledgeable about and implement for our clients. And 2014 definitely kept us on our toes:

This isn’t even a sliver of all the changes that rocked digital marketing in 2014! So how are you going to prepare for a brand new year of changes? No matter what your goals are for next year, this roundup of posts will help you get back in the driver’s seat and get your digital marketing strategy on track for 2015.

Improve Your Marketing Relevancy

Hit Your Ideal Customer With Custom Affinity Audiences On AdWords 

3 Next-Level Marketing Trends for 2015

Are You Milking All You Can Out of LinkedIn Targeting?

Optimize Your Marketing for Mobile

Is Your Site Mobile-Friendly?

The Future Is Now: Social Ads are Mobile Ads

Take Control of Mobile PPC Traffic with These Targeting Tips

Increase Your Conversions

How NOT to be Annoying Using Pop-Ups in 2015

Conversion Rate Optimization for Sites with Low Traffic

Keeping the Promise Starts with Your Call to Action

Increase Donations for Your Nonprofit

How to Get Your Nonprofit $40,000 in Google Advertising

Is Your Nonprofit Eligible for a Google Grant? Take the Quiz

Relaunch Your Website

5 SEO Tips For Launching A New Website

Generate Better B2B Leads

Are Your Leads Below Freezing? Turning MQLs Into SQLs

5 Ways to Get More Mileage From Your B2B Case Studies 

Live from #MPB2B: Five Steps to Better Email Lead Nurturing Programs

Get More From Your Ecommerce Campaigns

How To Increase Your Ecommerce ROI By 800%

Read These 5 Essential Tips Before Setting Up An Ecommerce Campaign

Measure Your Success

4 Items You Cannot Leave Out of Your 2015 Digital Marketing Strategy

New Year’s Google Analytics Resolutions: 4 Quick Updates You Should Make This Week

Micro-Conversions: The Key to Measuring the TRUE Success of Your Website

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