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What We Learned
Tuesday: Databox gave us a whopping 26 effective ways for improving your customer retention rate. These included:
- Map out all customer touchpoints
- build out your onboarding process
- Create content to help existing customers
- Set up a referral program
- Pick up the phone
Wednesday: Visiture provided nine expert tactics to accelerate your SEO rankings. Among things to consider are creating superior content, optimizing content for featured snippets, and snatching up broken links.
Thursday: Convince & Convert shared 3 ways to boost your visual marketing results. Turn your social media images into artwork, brand your images well, and repurpose your images everywhere for best results.
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Amy posted, “Would be curious to get your thoughts on best sources for SEO and keyword strategy development.”
Diane asked, “Can any of you recommend a great book designer? The project needs to be completed by the end of this month. Thanks!”
Blood Orange Mojito
- 1 lime, cut into 8 wedges
- 5g mint
- 2 tsp sugar
- 3 blood oranges, juiced (you need around 200ml / 1/3pt juice)
- dash sparkling water
- Put the lime wedges into the base of 2 glasses. Add a few mint leaves (reserving the remaining sprigs to garnish) and 1 tsp sugar to each glass. Muddle together with a cocktail muddler if you have one or the end of a rolling pin.
- Add crushed ice to each glass, then pour over the orange juice and give a good stir to ensure the sugar dissolves.
- Top with a little sparkling water and garnish with the reserved mint sprigs. Serve immediately.
Recipe by Tesco
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