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Growth Hacks Top 10

The Best of Inbound Marketing for December, 2013
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1 Launching a Startup in 2014? Read this Advice from Successful Entrepreneurs and Business Strategists

“Start-up success is not a consequence of good genes or being in the right place at the right time. Success can be engineered by following the right process, which means it can be learned, which means it can be taught.”

cloudways.com

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How to Increase the Memory Retention Rate of your Readers by 65%

“Content is everywhere. It’s common. If scarcity dictates value, then content should already be as cheap as trash. But what makes content so powerful? What has put it in the pedestal – even knighting it with the honorable title of “king“?”

seo-hacker.com

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Machine Learning for SEOs

“I think that machine learning is going to be playing a bigger and bigger role in SEO, and so I think it is important that we have a basic understanding of how it works.”

moz.com

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How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

“So what can savvy digital marketers do in the short term? Dominate the entire first page of Google for brand related search queries.”

searchenginewatch.com

5
I Hated This Headline … So Why Did it Work?

“…headlines with more than ten words get less readership than short headlines. On the other hand, a study of retail advertisements found that headlines of ten words sell more merchandise than short headlines.”

copyblogger.com

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Email Marketing Isn’t Dead – You’re Probably Just Using It Wrong

“Not only is email marketing alive and well, it is actually one of the most important and effective avenues of communication.”

clickz.com

7
Rap Genius SEO Redemption – The Blueprint II

“Rap Genius is hurting. Tom Harari, Director of Strategy explores how they fell so far and what he’d do to help them reclaim the throne.”

iacquire.com

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“Without a doubt, iterative design and A/B testing have done wonders for websites in recent years.”

blog.kissmetrics.com

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Content Marketing in Boring Industries

“Building content in boring verticals may be difficult if you remain vertically siloed.”

slideshare.net

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What Pinterest brings to the semantic web

“My affinity for the developments in search, and the semantic web, have helped me look at Pinterest in a way that really opened my eyes to its potential for companies looking to tell their story online.”

websighthangouts.com

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