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ABCs of Great Content Marketing

ABCs of Content Marketing

What goes into creating great content week after week? The creative team at Tuning Forke has several  ideas!

This infographic is a lighter take on the kind of divergent and lateral thinking needed to keep your content marketing engine going.

ABCs of Content Marketing

 

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Marketing Communication Conundrum

The Marketing Communication Conundrum

In an ideal world, advertising and digital agencies would join forces and all would be well in the marketing communication world.

Which Twitter Metrics Make Sense for You?

Which Twitter Metrics Make Sense for You?

Twitter is a social platform that lets you have a live conversation with your audience. But how can you find out whether your marketing tactics are working? Even if you are not a social media manager, it is important that you monitor your activities on Twitter everyday to figure out what is working and what […]

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How Facebook’s New Emoticons Will Impact Business Marketing

Facebook has finally rolled out its range of emoticon companions to the evergreen Like button. This post looks at some of the ways this new feature will impact how businesses interact with customers from their Facebook brand or product pages.

9 Strategies to Reach Educators with Social Media

9 Strategies to Reach Educators with Social Media

Some steps to follow if you are looking for ways to reach educators using social media.

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Everything you wanted to know about the edtech-teacher relationship [Interview]

Tuning Forke interviewed Teacher Suzy on the increasingly important edtech-teacher relationship. Teacher Suzy is the Founder of TinkerED, a feedback mechanism platform bringing together edtech entrepreneurs and teachers.

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Pinterest for Educators

An Educative Guide to Pinterest for Educators

Are you an educator looking to discover and share resources with your colleagues? Then you should definitely try out Pinterest.

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Teachers Tattle: How we learn about new Edtech products [ROUND-UP]

Expert Round-up on how teachers want to learn about new edtech products. If you are an edtech company, don’t miss this post as it is bound to get your wheels turning.

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Digital Marketing on a Shoestring Budget

We often have potential clients approach us without a marketing budget or a very small budget. While in some cases we can help figure out what your marketing budget should be, sometimes we advise businesses to look at some ways to maximize the impact of their budget. Here are some low cost ways to extend […]

Twitter Acronyms and Symbols

Your Quick Guide to Twitter Acronyms and Symbols

New to Twitter and overwhelmed by the volume of Twitter acronyms and new terms? Our Twitter symbols guide can help you navigate the twitterverse in no time!

The Best Social Media Campaigns of 2016

The Best Social Media Campaigns of 2016

Our picks from some of the best social media campaigns this year.

If your website homepage could talk

If Your Website Homepage Could Talk…

When creating the information architecture of a website homepage remember a visitor can instantly perceive when you’ve done your homework.

The Master List of Edtech Product Reviewers

The Master List of Edtech Product Reviewers

Do you want to get your edtech product reviewed? Here is a list of educational reviewers you could approach.

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The Where, What & How to Getting Your Edtech Product Reviewed

Do you want to get the word out to more educators about your edtech product? Then, it’s a great idea to get it reviewed by an educational reviewer, especially if they have a popular blog or network of followers. But with potentially dozens of  reviewers and hundreds of sites, it can be hard to know where […]

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b2b content marketing

How to Align Content Marketing to your Business Audience

Done right, a good content marketing plan can help you generate 3 times as many leads as traditional outbound marketing, while costing 62% less.

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