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It’s been a weird week for our Boston office, with snow returning for a day. But not to fear! Like postmen (you know, neither rain, snow, sleet, etc), very few things will stop us from reporting the most interesting digital marketing tidbits.

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This week was our Digital CMO Summit week — and it’s fitting that our most-favorited articles from the web focus on new trends in digital! Read up on them and tell us what you think in the comments below.

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Happy April! Spring is blooming and we’re excited for the beautiful weather. But we’re also excited about these interesting articles from the web — our followers found these exceptionally intriguing, and so we’re more than thrilled to share them with you.

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It’s been a phenomenal week for us and for the industry — so read up on them in our round-up of our most pertinent stories from the web!

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Happy weekend! This week, we had a few outstanding articles that our followers really enjoyed reading. Take a look and learn more about content marketing, marketing automation, and data!

The Weekly Compete Pulse: Looking Back at 2013

With 2013 in our rear view, we decided to look back at all of our blog posts and see which were the most read, liked, tweeted, and shared to show you what you found most interesting. Let us present the best of the Compete Pulse, as decided by 2013.

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Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: How Shoppers Use Mobile Phones in Stores, 25 Marketing Cliches You Should Avoid at All Costs, 101 Lessons from five years of SEO by Brian Dean, Nail Content Writing and Inspire Your Readers to Respond.

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Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: How one company used hilarious marketing to stand out from the crowd, the necessity of social media when it comes to SEO, the even higher prevalence of smart phones among American adults, and the results from Moz’s 2013 Search Engine Ranking Factors survey.

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Happy New Year from the Compete team! As you’re getting back in the saddle and making plans for the year ahead, take a few minutes and reflect on 2012. Where were your biggest successes? Your biggest learning experiences? If you missed any digital insights from the Compete blog during the year, now’s your chance to read through last year’s highlights with the Best of the Compete Blog: 2012 Edition. Let’s

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The holidays have begun! They’re here. So, how does one stay afloat? If you’re in the business of Ecommerce Advertising, check out ’3 Holiday PPC Tips for Ecommerce Advertisers With Thousands of Products‘ for some great advice. Also, check out, ‘Why Your PPC Ads Must Meet the True and Positive Needs of Prospects.’ But what about email marketers? How can they connect with their recipients as the holiday rush continues

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Stop the vigils! Stop the eulogies! Email marketing is NOT dead, or so says an MarketingProfs and this stellar infographic. Far from it, actually. In fact, “9 in 10 marketers says email is their primary channel for lead generation.” Additionally, only around 4% of B2B marketers consider email “not very important” in the same sample. According to the infographic, the top objectives of emails, in ranked order, are lead generation,