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It’s Halloween today and while I don’t really celebrate it, it sure has been scary & concerning to read about the political climate of the US, Brazil’s election results, and the Central American migrants who left their coffee farms behind. If you’re in the US & able to, please go vote next week.
On a personal aside, I’m on a 14-day streak of learning Spanish on Duolingo! :)
I hope you enjoy this issue.
[BYLINE] Do you know how to create the perfect content marketing strategy? Learn to identify your goals, organize your content types and plan a content schedule.
Usually this section is for brief updates per network. But given that not much has happened on the networks, I've put in 3 network-specific strategies instead.
Understand the essential elements of an awesome Instagram ad and learn how to put one together in the same amount of time as a coffee break.
Discover how to split test cold, warm, and hot audiences, and reveal which ones deliver the best results for your Facebook ad campaigns.
Free & accessible to you, these tools can help you check out what your competitors are doing.
[PODCAST + TRANSCRIPT] If you try to do everything with your marketing strategy you end up doing next to nothing. Focus is key when developing new marketing ideas and exploring opportunities. Here’s how to focus.
Use this step-by-step guide to improve your content’s readability and make it easier for the audience to consume your content.
Cross-channel engagement helps your customers along their journey more efficiently, prevents wasted ad dollars, and creates more opportunities. Here’s how.
“Coffee used to be worth something, but it’s been seven years since there was a decent price,” he said.
Lara said he thought that changing weather patterns had a lot to do with the problem, though he also blamed his plight on greedy bosses and coffee dealers. “I didn’t leave my country because I wanted to. I left because I had to,” he said.
The story of how Kit Kats, once a British chocolate export, became a booming business from Hokkaido to Tokyo — and changed expectations about what a candy bar could be.
Lots and lots of actionable ideas here.