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Top Posts of The Week
- Peet’s Coffee launched a Disloyalty Program to accept reward points from competitors.
- Jake from State Farm joins the Swift-Kelce multiverse.
- You’re not alone. Referral traffic from Facebook and X has tanked.
- FAQ rich results are disappearing from the Google SERP.
What We Learned
Monday: Most experts believe that guest blogging remains an important part of SEO when implemented correctly. Here are some keys to an effective guest blogging strategy.
Tuesday: Customer intelligence (CI) is the collection and analysis of patterns within customer data. Here’s how you can use it to predict behavior, identify trends and opportunities, and improve the customer experience.
Wednesday: Your affiliate marketing strategy should be finalized this month before holiday calendars start filling up. Consider these tips to maximize your impact.
Thursday: Orphan pages, or pages that don’t have links to anywhere else within your website hierarchy, might be affecting your SEO.
Christina asked, “So, serious question: direct mail marketing—dead or actually effective?”
Lena asked, “Is anyone successfully using TikTok Shop as a sales channel?”
Katrina asked, “Our company’s leadership has given the green light to build a multi-media studio in our office. Has anyone done this before?”
Leigh asked, “How do we really feel about receiving an email containing a QR code?”
Your solution. Your story.
Ginger Apple Moscow Mule
- 2 ounces vodka
- Juice from 1/2 of a lime
- 1/3 cup apple cider
- 1 tablespoon apple butter
- 1–2 teaspoons fresh grated ginger
- Ginger beer, for topping
- Pomegranate arils and cinnamon sticks, for serving
- Fill a cocktail glass with ice.
- Combine the vodka, lime juice, apple cider, apple butter, and ginger in a cocktail shaker.
- Fill with ice and shake until combined, about 1 minute.
- Strain into your prepared glass. Top with ginger beer and garnish with apple slices, pomegranate arils, and cinnamon sticks.
Recipe by Half Baked Harvest
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Did Ya Know?
Answer: A: Product, Price, Promotion, Place, People, Packaging, and Process.
The 4 Ps of Marketing Mix was created in 1948 by James Culliton, professor of marketing at Harvard, and included only Product, Price, Placement, and Promotion. The concept has since been expanded to accommodate a changing industry.