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Visually Appealing: Behind Our New Logo

The Visually team is very excited to unveil our new logo. This is a huge step forward for our company — we’ve had the same face since our inception in 2011, and this new rebrand marks the next step in our journey. To help inspire your brand’s next step, here’s Read more…

Google Panda Update
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Industry trends

What Does The End Of Panda Updates Mean For Marketers?

Google’s decision to merge Panda with the core ranking algorithm will require marketers to adjust their content marketing strategies for 2016.

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Comedy & Content Marketing: A Q&A With Marketing Technologist Travis Wright

We sat down with Marketing Technologist and Stand-Up Comedian Travis Wright to talk about successfully integrating comedy into a content marketing strategy.

2016 Marketing Planning
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Best Practices

Your 2016 Marketing Plan: Time To Review And Adapt

The marketing funnel and shifting consumer behaviour are two critical factors that will help you assemble your marketing plan in 2016.

5 Cant-Miss Marketing Articles
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Best Practices

5 Can’t-Miss Content Marketing Articles

Every week we select and summarize five content marketing articles for easy skimming. This week we’ve compiled a few articles from around the web that are helping us revamp our content strategy.

Who your content strategy needs data science.
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Best Practices

Why You Need Data to Improve Your Content Strategy

Data can help you get past the blank page and start producing intelligent, meaningful, and compelling content across the most relevant social networks.

CES Title and Promo Image
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Announcements, Insights

How Data Science Powered the ScribbleLive CES 2016 Influence Report

The ScribbleLive CES 2016 Influence Report analyzed the influence impact of the top product categories, associated people, and respective brands that were featured at CES 2016.

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