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Cameron Conaway
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Cameron Conaway is an investigative journalist, poet and writer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Cameron Conaway is an investigative journalist, poet and writer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Creating a solid lead magnet is hard work but you should be able to further your investment by converting them into attractive assets on third-party sites, which could strengthen your presence on search engine result pages.
#contentmarketing #SEO

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"Our goal in the report wasn’t to provide an exhaustive look at all of the forms of content innovation happening, but rather to use the lens of non-article formats to look at how news organizations are creating truly digitally native content."
http://buff.ly/2mY0yXS #journalism

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"...it is further expected that the internet users in India will grow by at least 50 million yearly till 2020."
http://buff.ly/2mx05ic #digitalIndia

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"Like music or clothes, marketing tactics used to reach prospects come in and out of fashion. What worked last year might not work this year."
http://buff.ly/2lUclFK #SaaS

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My +Huffington Post #SMMW17 recap features a #Periscope360 🎥 + props to the #socialmedia industry leaders AND a look at how the event could be improved. 

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"A successful small business owner requires a particular skill set and disposition. People often wonder what makes those “high rollers” so successful in business."
http://buff.ly/2logKoa #SMBs

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"I was a content screw-up in my early years because I made everything too complicated."
#contentmarketing

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"When trying to gauge the ROI of your content, you can’t rely on a single conversion point."
http://buff.ly/2mlh2va #contentmarketing

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"How can increased self-awareness help you to become a better speaker?"
#mindfulness

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"Interactive content makes a whole lot of sense. Why serve up nothing but plain text if, with just a little more effort, you can offer engaging experiences?"
http://buff.ly/2lFNhBi #contentmarketing
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