Top 20 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: June 21, 2013

This week was all about video for me. Instagram launched a 15 second video sharing feature with filters and editing that should leave it’s users pretty happy. Naturally this opens up the discussion to when we can expect Facebook to be adding video advertising with a consensus that we will probably see it delayed until fall.
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Top 20 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: June 14, 2013This week’s content round-up all features great inbound marketing advice that reminds me of “dad knows best.” Nothing too fancy, just great rock solid and to the point tips that is normally the stuff we get from our fathers.

If you aren’t already paying some serious attention to you local search, wake up and read these articles now. Read up on why Google is putting so much emphasis on Local Search this year and learn some simple ways to improve your local visibility. My quest for the best content even marries my local search with social media while we take a closer look at how to successfully manage your local social media campaigns. From influencer outreach to Twitter Chatiquette, we have social tips that would make your father proud.
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Top 20 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: June 8, 2013This week we keep it close to home with valuable information on local seo and business geolocation. If your business has been ignoring Google + it’s time to start paying attention as new data is now showing it is the second most popular social network site in the US. Do you want to be liked more, who doesn’t….while we might not be able to help you personally we did find some great tips on getting more likes on Facebook. In our content round-up we take the guesswork out of knowing what your customers want and found valuable information on what they actually want along with how to make sure they find you on Google +. Our video section includes tips for YouTube marketing that might just catapult your video into viral trendiness.

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Top 20 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: May 31, 2013We have breezed through this 4 day work week and are pleased to find its not short on valuable inbound marketing blog posts. Since there is so much great content out there we are starting a new weekly series that wraps up the best of the best blog posts for the week covering all things inbound marketing related.
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A Team Approach To Blogging: Keep Your Audience EngagedBlogging is a key component of every successful marketing campaign, and when employed properly, with enough frequency and consistency, it can prove to be a very valuable asset. Unfortunately, things come up. You may lose bloggers unexpectedly, or need to launch a new website to hit your marketing goals. When this happens, you may not be able to produce enough content to meet those goals without a helping hand. To this extent, blogging really needs to be a team effort. Read more

Often times we look out our Broadway facing windows at the PageLadder office and find some interesting action going on. Today we questioned if this guy was jaywalking or did he get caught littering? Either way he got slapped with a fat fine!

PageLadder Broadway Office People Watching

Let this be a warning to anyone visiting our downtown San Diego office:
Wait for the ‘WALK’ signal, don’t litter, and if driving watch out for those sneaky one-way streets and no left-turn signs. They’re watching!

We provide a helpful PageLadder Parking Map on our Contact page for a short walk and cheap and easy parking.

What do you think he did? Jaywalking, littering or something else?

Look who was delivered today in a cardboard box.

PageLadder Bear

Happy Valentine’s Day 2013 from PageLadder’s new resident teddy bear.

Soon to be marketing expert!

The Beginning

PageLadder, Inc. began much the same as most tech start-up companies do, in the homes of the co-founders with little more than a few computers and an Ikea desk.

Robb Bailey, co-founder and CEO, and Raleigh Leslie, co-founder and COO, had a vision for more. The home office has its benefits. For starters, it’s cheap: no extra rent, overhead, or office expenses. People have the freedom to work at their own pace (light speed in the case of Robb and Raleigh) allowing uninhibited progression.
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