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6 Reasons The Facebook Ad Platform Is Really Just A Terminator

If I said that the Facebook ad platform is the most powerful ad network in the world, it might sound a little crazy. It also happens to be true. Do you know why? It’s because the Facebook ad platform is actually an experimental software-only version of Skynet’s artificially intelligent autonomous war machines, also known as Terminators. Here are the six

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Facebook Campaign Objectives: Here’s How To Choose

Understanding Facebook campaign objectives is a bit like buying a vehicle: you know that they all basically do the same thing, but picking the wrong one can lead to misery and frustration. Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t do much to illustrate the differences between each of objective. Here’s an example. The help text for the “Increase engagement in your app”

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Facebook Ads Not Working? Fix Them Now

When I was a kid, there was a sure-fire way of getting Super Mario Bros. to work on NES when the game wouldn’t load: take out the cartridge, blow into the end with all the electronic bits, and retry. Nine times out of ten you’d be back in business. Unfortunately, Facebook ads are often just as finicky.

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Use Scrum to Streamline Your Marketing Planning Process

If you’re part of a marketing team, you know that trying to wrangle all of your projects can be about as frustrating as playing dodgeball blindfolded. Your landing pages need updating, your content calendar is behind schedule (again), and you’ve been trying to launch that new product video since the Dark Ages. Oh, and sales

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How to Build a Social Media Content Plan with Trello

Here’s a dead-simple way to build a social media content plan with Trello. Without a Plan, Your Social Media Will Be A Mess Managing your company’s social media presence can be a mess if you’re not intentional about it. It’s like that guy who’s sat on the couch all year and decides that on January

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How to Choose The Right CRM For Your Startup

Choosing a CRM is a lot like dating: you need some experience to know what you’re looking for, it takes a while to find out if you’ve made the right choice, and if you decide to switch to another option, it’s generally a pain. We recently went through the CRM selection process at my company,

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What Startup Teams Can Learn From 2,000 Years Ago

“Individuals don’t build great companies, teams do,” is a popular saying in the startup community, thanks to Mark Suster. Indeed, of all factors contributing to the success of startup teams – product/market fit, sufficient funding, competitive barriers, and so on – none are relevant without good team dynamics in place. But how do you know

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