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3 Marketing Websites Worth Your Time

Let’s face it most business owners struggle to find the time to market their product or service.  There are so many things to try to learn and understand that marketing 2.0 gets overwhelming.  The marketing landscape changes on a daily basis, below are a few resources that will help you stay up to date.

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HubSpot | Inbound Marketing

When it comes to inbound marketing Hubspot has some great marketing tips on their blog, free ebooks, and webinars.  One of the aspects that sets apart HubSpot as one of the better Marketing resources is some of their marketing grading tools (twitter grader, search grader, marketing grader, etc.).

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Mashable | Social Media News and Web Tips

If you want to stay up to date on the latest happenings in the ever changing Social Media environment Mashable is generally the first to report it.  Their marketing strategies are always cutting edge and their content is always fresh and relevant.

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SEO Moz | Search Engine Marketing Tactic’s & Strategies

Search marketing can be a very complex puzzle but with SEO Moz they help make what is complicated very easy to understand in the world of SEO.  Whiteboard Friday’s are a must for any SEO enthusiast.  They also have some incredible SEO tools that will help you navigate your SEO marketing strategy.

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In the comments below please share some of your favorite Marketing Website’s.

*Marketing Puget Sound is not your typical advertising agency.  We take great pride in the fact that we offer a wide scope of products and services focusing on the avenues that bring you the greatest return.  We know that diversifying into many different areas is important for any business.  However, not every business is the same; we create unique marketing plans customized to your specific needs and goals.

Marketing Monday / March 19th, 2012


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