Content And Data Are At The Center Of Everything

I had an interesting conversation with an executive not that long ago. They were telling me about how they were getting into “Social Media Marketing.” Because I’m a digital geek, it piqued my interest. I started asking questions: Me: Why are you getting on social media? Them: Well, our customers are active on Facebook and […]

Can Formulas Work in Digital Marketing?

My answer is yes! If you use actual formulas and data. People have a tendency to discredit formulas when it comes to digital marketing, and the reason is simple: Gurus and self-proclaimed “experts” shove superficial formulas down everyone’s throats. Formulas that aren’t actually formulas, like “If you’re a small business, you should be on Facebook […]

What’s The Secret To Quality Content? 5 Factors To Consider

There’s a lot of discussion about what is quality content. Everyone has a different definition of it. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle of all the different opinions on this topic. This post is intended to spark discussion on the topic of quality content. Keep this in mind while reading, as I want to […]

2014 Digital Marketing Forecast: 7 Trends To Watch

It’s New Year’s Eve, and I just got home from dinner, the movies, and fireworks. I’m now sitting in a recliner, with an Old Fashioned that I made with the bar kit I got for Christmas, and I’m thinking about what I’ve seen in digital marketing in 2013. The industry has come a long way […]

You Don’t Need To Go Viral, You Need Perceived Virality

Everyone wishes their content goes viral, like this baby Halloween costume, who got almost 4 million views in two days: But this doesn’t always have to be the case. India and I always have great discussions at InNetwork. One discussion[.....]

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Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc.

Daniel Hebert is an award-winning graduate of Mount Allison University, Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc., and Co-founder at SteamFeed.com. He has a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t a marketer, he would take his love for food and become a chef.

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One Year Already. Happy Birthday SteamFeed!

One year ago today, SteamFeed was born. It was a helluva (yup, that’s a word) year, and we’d do it all over again if we could! DJ and I met through social media in July 2012. DJ approached me with an idea, and after a few Skype calls (we weren’t into G+ then), we came […]

How Klout Is Twerking Your Mind About Influence

Who didn’t see or at least discuss Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance ? This was a classic PR stunt – do something outrageous and you’re the talk of the town for five minutes. You become the most popular person – you’re[.....]

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Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc.

Daniel Hebert is an award-winning graduate of Mount Allison University, Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc., and Co-founder at SteamFeed.com. He has a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t a marketer, he would take his love for food and become a chef. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Why BundlePost Is The Chuck Norris Of Social Media Efficiency

Chuck Norris is such a man, when he walks down the street at midnight, hookers come to him with money. That’s how awesome he is. And you know what? BundlePost is just as badass – once you see it, you won’t be able to live without it! I first heard of BundlePost about a year […]

Is Social Scoring The Future Of Influence Marketing?

According to a new study sponsored by ArCompany and Sensei Marketing, social scoring isn’t the future of influencer marketing – far from it! Sam Fiorella (@samfiorella) and Danny Brown (@dannybrown) have been heavily invested in Influence Marketing lately (with the[.....]

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Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc.

Daniel Hebert is an award-winning graduate of Mount Allison University, Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc., and Co-founder at SteamFeed.com. He has a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t a marketer, he would take his love for food and become a chef. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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6 Easy Tips to Write Better Blog Posts

Every blogger wants to write better blog posts. They want more shares, more views, more conversions. But when it comes time to writing blog posts that perform, a lot of bloggers tend to fall short. But why? Great blog posts[.....]

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Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc.

Daniel Hebert is an award-winning graduate of Mount Allison University, Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc., and Co-founder at SteamFeed.com. He has a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t a marketer, he would take his love for food and become a chef. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Top 5 Questions Marketers Have About Influencer Outreach

We’ve learned a lot about influencer outreach since our inception in Fall 2012. We’ve talked directly to marketing and PR professionals to develop our beta release, and we’ve had many questions from prospects since then. Our Account Executive, Daniel Fanaberia[.....]

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Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc.

Daniel Hebert is an award-winning graduate of Mount Allison University, Inbound Marketing and Community Manager at InNetwork Inc., and Co-founder at SteamFeed.com. He has a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship. If he wasn’t a marketer, he would take his love for food and become a chef. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Warning! Do Not Trust Screenshots of Tweets

One of the things we strive to do at SteamFeed is tell the truth about marketing, social media, technology, and business. And when we see a new social media tool come out that could potentially damage the reputation of people, we want to educate people about it: we’re trying to make the internet a better […]

Dream Big And Get Rid Of Limits

Do you ever have epic daydreams where you think of yourself in a successful situation, and suddenly get chills? I do that, every day. I think of my future self giving epic inspirational speeches to graduates, or sometimes think about myself on stage at an outdoor concert, with everyone singing to the lyrics of MY […]

A Call for Writers: Business and Management

Here at SteamFeed, we’re trying to build the best online resource for small businesses, community managers, business managers, and agencies. All of our content comes from real professionals, using their day-to-day experience to provide valuable, actionable content for you to read. And it seems like you like it. Since we’ve launched SteamFeed in September, our […]

How to Improve Local Search Marketing with Google Places

Google claims that 97% of consumers search for local businesses online, and it makes sense. Long gone are the days of yellow pages. And where do people go when they’re searching for local businesses? Usually Google. And what about people that search on mobile for the nearest coffee shop? Usually Google for Mobile. What is […]

SteamFeed: A New Year, A New Look!

For those of you that are new to the site, welcome! For those of you who visit the site on a regular basis, you probably noticed that we did a re-branding and major web layout change to our site yesterday! *I want to thank DJ for taking the lead on this re-launch! He did an […]

90 Percent of our Traffic Is Not From Google, And I Like It!

TrafficYou heard me! I’m glad that most of our traffic doesn’t come from Google. And here’s why. Since all of your company information, request for demos, call to actions, and downloadables are on your website and blog, building traffic is very important! The almighty Google has a lot of power. They can decide to make major changes with their search-ranking algorithm, at any time. One day, you could have decent rankings on the first page, and the next, Google could magically blacklist you because of algorithm change, losing a major part of your traffic.

SteamFeed Will Resume on Monday

To our dearest community, Due to recent tragic events, we only find it fitting to take time, and reflect. SteamFeed will postpone all scheduled blog posts until Monday. Like Jennifer Kane mentioned in her post yesterday, we don’t always know how to react, or know what to say during such tragedies. Sometimes it’s just better […]

3 Sure-fire Ways to Get the Job Interviews You Really Want

I just came off a 6-month job hunt in October, when I got employed by InNetwork Inc. as an Influencer Relationship Manager. After a lot of researching, networking, and sending out tons of job applications over the summer, I finally landed my dream job. It wasn’t an easy task, but the hard work definitely paid off.

It was also a great learning experience in the process. Some tactics brought in more interviews than others did though. I’ll share with you some of the tactics that worked best for me.