Internet Marketing

Ian Lurie 21 Nov, 2013

Dispersed Citation and the Idea Graph: November Webinar Video

Just wrapped up today’s webinar. If you missed it (for shame) here’s the video: I actually only have about 1/3 of the meeting management window in the video this time. Nice improvement.

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Kimberly Williams 31 Oct, 2013

The Horror Movie Guide to Building Relationships

Building relationships and strengthening interpersonal dynamics is essential to Internet marketing – but it’s also at the core of every industry, job, and facet of our personal lives. This makes building relationships important, and sometimes our lives depend on it… (Insert scary movie score here.) While horror movie aficionados recognize that there are certain rules… Read More

Space the Dog Internet Marketing

Madelaine Kellman 4 Oct, 2013

Essential Characteristics of an Internet Marketing Applicant or How a Dog Got Me My Job

The vast field of Internet marketing may not necessarily be new, but it certainly has changed from the days of simple email campaigns and standard websites. Now it involves numerous sectors, from SEO to social media and everything in between. It is rapidly changing and requires someone to have their finger on the pulse of… Read More

Internet Marketing

Ian Lurie 30 Sep, 2013

Dispersed citation: Article and slides

I’ve done some presenting over the last few weeks. Most of my talks centered around the concept of dispersed citation. It’s my theory on where Google’s going with all this rel=author, no-more-keywords, Google+ stuff, plus some tips on how to prepare and capitalize. Here’s the article – it’s a bit of a long read, but… Read More

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Ariana Burgess 11 Sep, 2013

5 Project Management Tips from Portent’s Newest Mom

Being a new mom is pretty awesome. Sure, there’s lack of sleep, lots of crying (you and the baby), and lots of diapers. But there are also awesome smiles, giggles, cuddles, and hugs.  It’s challenging enough to accommodate this new person, but working full-time adds an extra layer. Over the years, however, I’ve developed some… Read More

eyepoke Internet Marketing

Ian Lurie 29 Aug, 2013

Distance from Perfect: Slides now, post later

I’m writing another humungous post about this presentation, given during today’s Portent U webinar. For now, though, here are the slides: Distance from Perfect: Internet Marketing in 2013 from Ian Lurie Enjoy!

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Ian Lurie 23 Aug, 2013

The Humungous Guide to Content Strategy

I went a little nuts here. I started writing a short ‘how-to’ post on content audits. Then it turned into a longer post on content strategy. Then it became a mini-infographic. It ended up being a top-to-bottom guide on how we do content strategies at Portent. We put it into a custom format so it’s… Read More

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Brian Furey 16 Aug, 2013

Portent’s Top 10 Posts of 2013 (So Far…)

We are over halfway through 2013, so we thought we’d glance back at some of our top Portent blog posts of the year (so far).  This was no easy selection — we are very fortunate to have a plethora of great content to choose from. The following posts were chosen based on social impact, traffic… Read More

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David Portney 15 Aug, 2013

3 Surprising Ways to Instantly Improve Your Public Speaking Skills

Most people hate public speaking, don’t they? Anecdotally, we hear that people would rather die than have to get up in front of a group of other human beings and make a presentation. I sure can relate to that! People who know me now might not believe this, but I grew up very shy and… Read More

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Rebecca Bridge 25 Jul, 2013

Parallax Scrolling? HTML5 Animations? Why We’re Falling for New Design Techniques

Change is in the air around Portent. Change that’s directly tied to how we see the future of Internet marketing. And it’s exciting. And it involves cool design innovations like parallax scrolling and HTML5 animations. As we shift our focus more and more towards what we call 10% content—deeper, larger projects that take bigger risks… Read More