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Author: Craig Kilgore
Craig Kilgore is a former Mainstreethost Inbound Marketing specialist and has 9+ years of digital marketing experience. He has helped businesses grow through inbound marketing, content strategy, marketing & sales alignment, and sales process optimization.
Based on predictions and projections, it’s natural to feel a little overwhelmed by the IoT and the impact it can have on your day-to-day. To help, here is a roundup of nine resources that will give you a better understanding of the Internet of Things, examples of how it’s already being leveraged, and a look into what the future of the IoT holds for marketers.
The companies with the most exciting marketing concepts today aren’t the ones focused solely on their brand, products, services, or employees, says Craig Kilgore, inbound marketing manager for Mainstreethost. They’re the ones shedding some light on the people that keep them in business: their customers.
Mainstreethost’s Inbound Marketing manager Craig Kilgore called out the MSH family to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Here’s how it went down.
I was given the opportunity to interview Brian and talk to him in depth about his role with HubSpot, the inbound marketing methodology, SEO agencies thinking about adopting inbound, what businesses need to do to create a steady flow of content, and whether Dharmesh Shah or Brian Halligan would create a better inbound marketing strategy.
Whether you’re a webmaster, an SEO or a business owner with a website, Google’s Panda and Penguin updates shouldn’t be anything new to you.
Whether you plan on hiring someone as an in-house SEO or are taking the agency route, defining your goals early is a must in my professional opinion and will help ensure a more dominant, successful internet presence.
In this follow-up post, I am going to share with you some tools you can use to help with social media outreach.
From algorithm changes to the introduction of new social networks, 2011 kept SEOs / digital marketers on their toes. Below are 4 digital marketing predictions I am making for 2012:
After Google announced that it would no longer be providing search query data in Analytics from logged in Google users a few weeks back, they followed up with introducing “Google Analytics Premium”.