This Week In Content Marketing: Tips From A Viral Genius, Words To Stop Using And More

February 14, 2014 Hayley Mullen

Uberflip Content Round-Up

This week’s #ContentRoundup is all about the power of saying “thank you”, jargon to cut from your vocabulary, the secret to viral content, and more. Enjoy!

50 More Business Jargon Fixes for Bloggers and Content Writers

Some words and phrases we know are played out (the word “epic” means absolutely nothing to me at this point), but it turn out there are tons more that aren’t so obvious. Here are 50 we all need to ditch in favor of purposeful language that people won’t gloss over.

What If Brands Learned to Say “Thank You”?

A few case studies that show the power of thanking your customers, and may inspire you to show them a little more love!

9 Tips From the Greatest Viral Content Genius on the Planet

Ever heard of Gawker? That super-popular viral content machine? Neetzan Zimmerman, whose posts have generated more traffic than all of Gawker’s other writers combined, is letting us in on his viral secrets.

Is Email a More Reliable Marketing Mechanism Than Social Media

Email has always been a tried and true marketing channel – how does it stack up against the “new kid”, aka social media? Convince and Convert’s Jay Baer takes a look.

How to Use Instagram in a Genius Way (and Grow Your Audience)

MarketingProfs’ Chief Content Officer Ann Handley on using Instragram’s visual platform and real-time feedback to hone your marketing chops and grow your audience.

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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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