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The 16 Best Marketing Strategies to Try in 2020 – Business 2 Community

The 16 Best Marketing Strategies to Try in 2020 – Business 2 Community

Marketing Strategy
Well, 2020 is here. And, so far, it doesn’t look much different than December 2019. That’s why we asked dozens of digital marketers for their best marketing strategies of last year—and, boy, did they deliver.Here’s a look at what tops the list for marketing experts 2019—and what we think are the 16 best marketing strategies you can take into 2020.1. Educate with your contentContent has long been king and 2019 was no different.Citing figures from the Content Marketing Institute’s 2019 trends report, Robin Barendsen, head of digital marketing at office space rental company WehaveAnyspace, noted 77% of B2B marketers use content marketing.“In fact, the majority of B2B content marketers use educational assets to nurture leads and build audience trust, which is absolutely essential for inboun
Self-help guru Marianne Williamson drops presidential bid – Washington Blade

Self-help guru Marianne Williamson drops presidential bid – Washington Blade

Self Help
Marianne Williamson told the Washington Blade she honors gay love “because it’s love.” (Photo by Marcn via Facebook) Spiritualist and self-help guru Marianne Williamson has dropped her bid for the presidency, ending the campaign of an idiosyncratic Democratic candidate who once won helped gay men dying of HIV/AIDS at the height of the epidemic. Williamson announced she had ended her campaign Friday in a message on her website, saying she didn’t want to her candidacy to make it tougher for progressives to win. Additionally, Williamson — who had a garnered attention on the sheer basis of the peculiarity of her candidacy — acknowledged she likely wouldn’t the support in the upcoming primary contests to challenge President Trump in the general election. Williamson had never po
5 Self-Help Tips That Actually Work, According to Experts – Men's Journal

5 Self-Help Tips That Actually Work, According to Experts – Men's Journal

Self Help
Relationships. You have them with your partner. Your boss. Your buddies. Your dog. But when’s the last time you worked on your relationship with… yourself? Never, you say? Self-help only sounds woo-woo; it actually has a remarkable impact on your mental health and well-being. Here’s what it entails: “Building a healthier relationship with yourself means having a relationship with the parts of yourself that you like and the parts of yourself you don’t like,” says Avi Klein, LCSW, a New York-based therapist who specializes in men’s mental health. 10 Experts on How to Be More Successful in Your Career and Relationships It matters, too. “People who have a healthy relationship with themselves are generally happier, experience less anxiety and depression, are more forgiving of them
Self-help author Williamson ends her 2020 presidential campaign – Radio Iowa

Self-help author Williamson ends her 2020 presidential campaign – Radio Iowa

Self Help
Marianne WilliamsonA 2020 presidential candidate who had a yoga-themed fundraiser in Iowa City last weekend has exited the race. Marianne Williamson laid off her campaign staff on December 31st and has ended her campaign 10 days later. Williamson is a 67-year-old spiritual guru who is the author of popular self-help books. She had called for the creation of a Department of Peace and gained attention on social media for saying during a mid-2019 TV debate that only love could cast out the fear President Trump was spreading. Williamson told supporters in an email she would be unable to garner enough votes in this year’s primaries and caucuses to continue spreading her message and she did not want to stand in the way of other progressive candidates seeking votes. Williamson dedicated a fair
Wilson writer pens Christian self-help book – The Wilson Times

Wilson writer pens Christian self-help book – The Wilson Times

Self Help
From staff reports A Wilson woman has published a self-help book to help readers get themselves “unstuck.” “Lies You Accept That Keep You Stuck (And the Truth To Set You Free)” by Carletha W. Ward was released online in September. The book discusses eight lies that commonly deceive people and hinder their success, according to a news release from the author. “Lies You Accept...” was written “to shine a light on the pattern of truth that no matter what you have experienced, no matter your status in life, you can overcome the lies and begin to live in the truth of God’s plan for your life,” Ward explained in the release. Ward is the founder of Legacy Life Purpose Coaching & Empowerment Training in Wilson. She recommends the book as a supplemental resource fo
Why your business' 10-year-old digital marketing strategy will feel sluggish in 2020 – North Bay Business Journal

Why your business' 10-year-old digital marketing strategy will feel sluggish in 2020 – North Bay Business Journal

Online Marketing
It’s the beginning of the new year and a new decade, which means it is time to start thinking about taking the next step for your business—especially when it comes to digital marketing. What got you through the last ten years is not going to get you the same results as it once did. When social media became a viable marketing tool 12+ years ago, early adopters were excited to connect with their audiences and push out content, directing people to their websites. As more and more people started using the platforms, a significant emphasis grew on quality imagery, videos, and paid ads. But digital marketing isn’t just about creating ongoing content to share on social networks (though, that is a big part), and sometimes, sharing without a plan is just wasting your time. Look into the future o