This Week In Content Marketing: Outsmarting Facebook, Inbound Marketing Myths And More

January 24, 2014 Hayley Mullen

This week’s #ContentRoundup is all about making Facebook’s latest sneaky algorithm change work for you, overcoming content marketing fatigue, real insights into what works (and doesn’t) with social media marketing, and more. Enjoy!

Make Facebook’s Algorithm Change Work For You, Not Against You

Facebook seemingly changes their News Feed algorithm every week, but that doesn’t mean we can’t stay on top of things. Moz offers a detailed guide on how to get around Facebook’s latest switcharoo.

Save Time Blogging: 15 Proven Productivity Hacks

Ah…sweet, precious time. Don’t we all want more of it? Here are 15 hacks that will help you discover more  time (at least when it comes to your blogging efforts).

14 Common Misconceptions About Inbound Marketing

Email marketing = spam, PPC rules supreme, and social media leads aren’t qualified. These and other inbound marketing misconceptions that need to be put to bed.

3 Scientific Studies With Real Insight Into Social Media

The fallacy of viral marketing and other surprising insights about how social media marketing works and what’s truly effective (based on SCIENCE! So you know it’s good.).

5 ways to get through writer’s block or content marketing fatigue

Every content marketer can get content-ed out (perhaps I’m in need of a little break with that non-joke…). These tips from the Buffer blog will help you power through your content marketing fatigue and still come out with great stuff.

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Hayley Mullen

Hayley is a former Uberflip Community Manager. If you have followed Uberflip on any of our social media channels for the past few years, you may already be familiar with Hayley's past work.

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