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Microsoft FrontPage is an easy to use Windows WYSIWYG HTML editor. It is very full featured and has lots of extras for the personal publisher - especially if you post your pages to a server with Microsoft extensions enabled. FrontPage is a text and WYSIWYG Web page editor for: Windows.
The future of our beloved marketing industry is changing fast -- the good news is, we don't even need a crystal ball to see where it's headed! HubSpot CMO Mike Volpe, when sharing his story on how he came to be HubSpot's fifth employee, says the problem he faced as a marketer was finding an integrated marketing software solution that allowed him to see how his various marketing efforts impacted his website and revenue.
Throughout the world each year we complete Restaurant Audits for restaurant companies of all sizes.
Everyone has to eat, and 700 million of those people are also on Facebook . Naturally, there are a lot of restaurants on the world's largest social network, though there could be a lot more, and many of the ones that do have Facebook Pages could be better. To that end, Mashable spoke with social media stars from the hospitality industry about some best practices when it comes to Facebooking food.
Everything you need to know about preventing and dealing with negative reviews online by Resonate Social founder & president, Eric Harr. "Help!
The term “content marketing” sounds like a hip buzzword to describe the latest marketing craze, but in reality, the concept has been around since the first newsletters came rolling off the presses. And if there’s one single reason why companies around the world continue to incorporate “content marketing strategies” into their yearly plans – it’s because it has been working for hundreds, if not thousands of years !
Online daily deal provider Groupon, once the darling of Wall Street, has had its share of woes in recent months.
With new social networks like Pinterest popping up on the scene and stealing the spotlight, it seemed like Google+ had been falling by the wayside over the past several months. But a new announcement may help put it back on the radar, at least for marketers.
Few social services have enjoyed as much success as sites like Foursquare and Pinterest .
It's been about a week since Facebook launched the new design for brand pages (along with some slightly new rules and capabilities). If you haven't set up your new Facebook page yet, not to worry. You have until March 30th to play with the design before your page is forced live.
Last week during a SXSW panel, Matt Cutts, head of Google's search spam team, announced that Google has been working on a new tweak to its algorithm that will punish sites that are too optimized for SEO -- what he called "over-optimized" or "overly SEO'd," according to the recording of the announcement posted on Search Engine Land . Here's what you need to know about the new Google algorithm update, which has not been released yet but will go live in the next few weeks, according to Cutts' announcement. What Cutts Revealed About the New Algorithm Update
This YouTube video seeks to help aspiring executives prepare themselves to be strong CEO candidates in the future.
With the vast array of social media tools out there, it’s easy for some useful ones to get lost in the mix. Here’s a few that might be flying below the radar, but can be valuable tools for B2B marketers.
This is a oft repeated question across the web since the February 29 announcement and launch by Facebook of Timeline for Pages. At first glance it appears so since the Timeline page with the large cover image is the mandatory default page and the former “Default Landing Page” drop down menu is gone on Timeline Pages. Clearly, Facebook wants to drive traffic to the Timeline page and make the Timeline for Pages the centerpiece.
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