Well, we're one week away from arguably the biggest culmination of a marketer's entire year, all wrapped up in a matter of just a few weeks.
And–this being 2020, the Year of the Pandemic–we could use a break.
No, I'm not alluding to a break in delivery of OWN. No, sirree.
What I am suggesting is that you take a break.
I mean, if you can. It's time to rest and get charged up for 2021. I do think the first half will suck pretty hard, but the second half will be spectacular.
Once we're all vaccinated, COVID-19 will fall by the wayside and the economy will boom.
But enough prognosticating. We have things to learn. Here's what I have for you in this week's newsletter.
Oh, and if you don't mind, share this with a friend, loved one, or co-worker.
Step-By-Step Viral Giveaway Guide (With Templates)
Learn exactly how to get hundreds (sometimes even thousands) of new email subscribers using viral giveaways.
(Ad) King Sumo
The tool they use in the link above is King Sumo – makes giveaways go viral.
Introduction to GIF Engine Optimization (GEO)
Read this GIF engine optimization guide and discover how you can create and optimize content in order to rank high within GIF search engines.
How to Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts in a Hassle-Free Way
Overwhelmed by multiple email inboxes? Here’s how to check all your Gmail accounts at once, plus tips to consolidate your email addresses.
(Ad) Affiliate Success Letter
My friend, Marlon Sanders, has been selling online since there was an “online.” This is a nifty little newsletter that's chock-full of great marketing ideas for affiliate marketers.
One Ridiculously Easy Blogging Ingredient that Satisfies Hungry Prospects
How do you use internal links to keep blog post readers engaged with your content marketing story and on your site for longer?
How to Optimize XML Sitemaps: 13 SEO Best Practices
A sitemap is an important part of optimizing any website. Here are 13 tips to create and optimize your sitemap for search engines and visitors.
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