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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in Digital Marketing and UX This Week (Oct 17-21)

What's the best of Digital Marketing and UX this week?

We cherry-picked the most shared articles from around the web. If you want to stay on top of Digital Marketing and UX trends, then you've come to the right place!

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Online Marketing News: infographics in SEO Strategy & The Value of UX

By Tiffani Allen

This week's top online marketing news from @toprank featuring infographics in your SEO strategy, the benefits of good UX, and Google Pixel.

Why the online user experience should be a priority for all businesses

By James Crawford

As businesses begin to take UX more seriously, what can we learn from the shortcomings of some of the UK's top travel websites?

Danone: Why social media should drive digital transformation

By Nikki Gilliland

With 900m customers and a yearly turnover of 21bn euros, it’s easy to think of Danone as just another giant corporation. However, with its core values dedicated to helping mums and children during the most vital time in their lives, it has a resolutely customer-centric approach.

9 Genius Examples of Empathetic Content Marketing in Action

By Josh Ritchie

Successful content marketing is about creating a connection between your audience and your brand. Discover nine brands that nail empathetic content marketing in multiple mediums.

Frequency & Recency of Site Visits: 2 Metrics for User Engagement

By Aurora Bedford

How often people visit your site and how long they wait between two visits can help to gauge visitor loyalty and to uncover the behavioral trends distinguishing frequent users from occasional ones.

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