This Week In Content Marketing: Deadly Social Media Mistakes, Pro Email Marketing Tips And More

December 6, 2013 Hayley Mullen

This week’s #ContentRoundup is all about little social media changes (with big impact), email marketing tips, content marketing buzzwords you might be mixing up, and more. Enjoy!

7 Critical Mistakes You’re (Almost Certainly) Making On Social Media

“King of social media” Gary Vaynerchuk on having too much “right hook”, invisible tweeting, why you’re not (and shouldn’t want to be) Don Draper and more social media pitfalls.

I Used These 3 Content Marketing Buzzwords Interchangeably. Until I Realized They Meant Different Things.

The difference between these often mixed up content marketing buzzwords and what each of them REALLY means.

B2B Experts: The Difference Between Social Media and Content Marketing

Marketing experts Ann Handley, Lee Odden, Jay Baer, Michael Brenner and more weigh in on how they see social media and content marketing, and how they work together.

18 Email Marketing Stats That’ll Make You Better at Your Job

Data is power! Check out these 18 stats (some of them a bit mind-blowing) that will make you a better email marketer.

Low Hanging Fruit of Social Media: 12 Quick Changes That Will Make Big Results

Before you get to to the big ideas, make sure you check off these quick and easy social media changes that deliver big results.

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If you follow Uberflip on any of our social media channels, you're already familiar with what Hayley does! After two years of working in startups, she joined Uberflip as Community Manager, where she attempts to put her copywriting background to good use.

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