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Troy, New York – Annie Cushing has joined the digital marketing agency, Outspoken Media, as Chief Data Officer (CDO), which will expand Outspoken Media’s service offering to include analytics consulting and audits, real-time reporting, data visualization, and enterprise training. Cushing, who owns Annielytics, an analytics consultancy in Philadelphia, PA, has been an analytics thought leader, international speaker, educator, and blogger in the marketing industry for more than ten years.

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When Instagram Stories launched last year, users were shocked. This storytelling mobile app and social network allows users to combine pictures, videos and text to create longer-format stories.

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Reputation Marketing Tactic #1: Moz’s Login [0.24]

Posted on Dec. 2, 2016, 1:50 a.m. by Outspoken Media @ [source]

At Outspoken Media we’ve been thinking a lot about reputation marketing and what it means for brands and individuals.

Naturally, I turned to Moz’s amazing Keyword Explorer tool, but I was in a different browser and wasn’t logged in.

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The Battle for SEO Budgets: SEO Platforms vs People [0.23]

Posted on March 31, 2016, 5:42 a.m. by Outspoken Media @ [source]

A recent client discovery made us dust off the Outspoken Media blog–the realization that we’re competing with SEO platforms like BrightEdge and Conductor, more than other SEO consultants. I mean, enterprise-level SEO platforms have evolved to handle the heavy lifting of analysis, content management, reporting, competitive intelligence, and even some best practices and SEO recommendations, but they don’t replace PEOPLE, right?

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Outspoken Media Gives Thanks [0.13]

Posted on Nov. 24, 2015, 9:42 p.m. by Outspoken Media @ [source]

Outspoken Media took a few minutes to celebrate what we’re thankful for as a small digital marketing agency.

From Outspoken Media to you, our community–we thank you and hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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A Guest Post on the Death of Guest Posting [0.10]

Posted on Jan. 21, 2014, 4:24 p.m. by Outspoken Media @ [source]

If you haven’t heard yet, Matt Cutts just issued a decree that guest blogging is done, essentially killing another popular SEO tactic.

Consider this my official guest post on the demise of guest posting.

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Ever wonder how most of the industry stumbled into this field?

Dear SEOs/Marketers, have 2 min to take a quick 5-question survey on industry backgrounds?

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It’s always bittersweet to make it to the last day of a conference, and today was no exception. Make sure you are optimizing your videos with annotations, and external links, but start with the keyword research.

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It’s the last day of SMX East, and the much anticipated conversation panel on “Content: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly” is just wrapping up. We’ve got a few takeaways below from all of the panelists, but we were also lucky enough to steal a few minutes of Casie Gillete’s time earlier this week to talk content one-on-one.

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Dana DiTomaso on Local: SMX East 2013 [0.14]

Posted on Oct. 2, 2013, 5:45 p.m. by Outspoken Media @ [source]

It’s day two at SMX East, and after a hearty breakfast, and a killer keynote from Richard Alfonsi of Twitter, we were off to Must Have Local Search Tactics. After spending some time in one of the warmer rooms yesterday, we are happy to report that the Local and Retail Track Room was comfortably chilly.

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