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Weekly Bitz: Tips for Selecting Email Subject Lines and Finding a New Marketing Partner




Below is the roundup of some of this week’s MarketingBitz articles and blogs. MarketingBitz publishes digital marketing articles, videos and slideshows written to address the needs of small businesses

Need Your Mobile Presence to Pack a Punch? Go Local! (December 1, 2017)
Momentfeed: “With the dominance of mobile, 85% of consumer interactions are happening on location-specific pages. Does your marketing strategy align with the data? Let’s look at why being local is so important to your customers and bottom line.”

How to Turn Video Viewers into Qualified Leads on Facebook (November 30, 2017)
Gruen Agency: “Facebook custom audience options based on video engagement behavior can help your marketing team turn a passive video audience into qualified leads. Read this article for an explanation of how to use custom audience options to achieve these means.”

Want to Dump Your Marketing Partner? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First (November 29, 2017)
MarketingBitz: “At the end of the day, you are responsible for the success of your company. So if you’re thinking about moving on from your current provider, here are five questions to ask yourself to decide if that’s the right decision.”

5 Tips for Selecting the Best Email Subject Lines (November 28, 2017)
RevLocal: “The subject line of an email is your one chance to get readers to open, read and take action. But, how do you write an attention-grabbing subject line that pulls people in and gets them to open your email? Here are my tips for upgrading your email subject lines.”

Yelp Hosts Free Webinars for Business Owners in December (November 27, 2017)
Yelp: “Now through the end of December, Yelp is hosting four free webinars covering a variety of topics. Below are the dates, titles, and descriptions of each webinar. Click the title to register for any webinar that catches your attention.”

Becky Harris

Contributed By: Becky Harris

Becky Harris is a content marketing specialist at the Local Search Association.

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