Imported Layers Created with Sketch. AdHawk Blog Digital Marketing Weekly Roundup Digital Marketing Roundup #23 Written by Bobby Stemper June 17, 2016 MUST READ 1. 7 Super-Cheap Marketing Strategies Growing your business on a budget? Entrepreneur shares 7 creative marketing strategies you should try. 2. The Most Important Content Marketing Step You’re Probably Skipping Sometimes you write the golden blog post that deserves the world’s attention. But many of us are missing a crucial step in attracting eyes to our posts. Check out Forbes’ secret to content promotion. 3. The New Norm for Improved Twitter Engagement If you didn’t hear, Twitter is easing up on its character limit. Marketing Land has some suggestions for what to do with this new freedom. 4. ICYMI – How to Make Damme Good YouTube Ads YouTube is THE place to advertise. While it can be difficult to think up the perfect YouTube ad, we turned to some of the best viral video ads from “Shipped my Pants” to “Darth Vader Kid”. This week’s blog breaks down How to Make Damme Good YouTube Ads Without Jean-Claude Van Damme. TUTORIAL OF THE WEEK Currently, Gmail Ads are one of the cheapest, most granularly targeted options for driving relevant traffic to your website. Check out this tutorial to learn how to set up Gmail Ads in under 3 minutes. BREAKING NEWS 1. What Microsoft’s Acquisition of LinkedIn means for Bing and LinkedIn Ads 2. YouTube’s new Director tools allow small businesses to create video ads on their phones 3. Facebook Will Track Whether Ads Lead to Store Visits and Offline Purchases L2inc: This Week’s Winners & Losers Losers? Spotify, Text Messaging, and San Francisco. Winners? You, because this week’s video from L2 is hilarious. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Share Your Thoughts About the Author Bobby Stemper twitter-icon Created with Sketch. Twitter Marketing and Growth Director at AdHawk. Helping business find confidence and success online, one hefty article at a time.