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Lolly Spindler


Lolly Spindler

Lolly Spindler is the Content Marketing Manager at xoombi. A writer by trade, Lolly loves to make the written word work for clients by delivering high quality, engaging content to their audiences. She leads the xoombi content marketing team in executing demand generation, SEO, and copy editing strategies. Lolly is a graduate of Boston University.


Recent Posts

7 Perks of Sales and Marketing Alignment [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you haven’t yet noticed, we’re big fans of sales and marketing alignment here at xoombi.

In fact, we’ve written about how you can create alignment throughout the buyer’s journey, as well as ways in which you can strengthen alignment. But what perks does sales and marketing alignment actually provide?

HubSpot was recently able to answer this question with statistics from their 2016 State of Inbound report. Here’s what they found, as well as some impressive statistics from Wheelhouse Advisors.

7 Game-Changing Marketing Goals for 2017

Every year you should strive to be better and better at what you do. Assessing where you started, how far you’ve come, and what areas still have room for improvement is a great way to set your goals for the coming year.

Your business goals should be no different. When it comes time to set goals for the coming calendar year, have your teams first assess the progress they’ve made in the past year and brainstorm ways to keep up the momentum and improve upon those accomplishments. 

If you need help setting some marketing goals, here are a few you might want to consider for 2017 (our team at xoombi plans to improve upon these as well!). 

How SEO Will Change in 2017

Since SEO is a constantly changing practice, it’s important to keep up with how it’s evolving in order to deduce how it might affect your business in the future.

Mention recently made a video that asked the experts how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect SEO, and other ways in which they think SEO will change in 2017. 

3 Digital Marketing Lessons from Influential Female Marketers

Shayla Price (who has guest blogged for us before) recently published an article on Search Engine Journal (SEJ) titled “100 Amazing Women Marketers to Follow on Twitter.”

While I was honored to be included in the list, the greatest thing about it was that I was introduced to some new female marketers and reacquainted with others I hadn’t kept up with for in a while. 

Therefore, I decided to learn more about the new faces and revisit the old ones in order to get a pulse on today’s marketing landscape and discover some new digital marketing lessons. 

How to Run Meaningful AB Tests that Get Results

Omniconvert’s recent International Ecommerce Day featured some awesome speakers and sessions.

Talia Wolf, a very influential marketer who specializes in emotional marketing, shared tons of useful insights during her presentation “Turn your ‘OK’ A/B Testing Results, Into X10 in Sales and Business Growth.”

She shared why people aren’t getting the results they want from their AB tests, how to actually test something that matters, and why you need to make it all about your customer—not your business. 

The 5 Toughest Things about Content Marketing

There’s a lot that goes into content marketing.

From research and strategy to execution and promotion, content marketers have a lot on their plate. But which tasks prove most difficult?

Recently a few members chimed in on what they thought were the most difficult parts of the process and how they’re working to overcome them. 

5 Perks of HubSpot’s New Mobile CRM

HubSpot recently introduced its new mobile app for iOS. The app, which includes a mobile CRM, offers everything you need from HubSpot.

According to the company, “We've taken the best parts of our existing CRM, Sales, and Marketing apps, and combined them into a single mobile experience.” The new app provides users with “a view into the full lifecycle of your contacts, from top funnel marketing efforts to in-progress deals and sales tasks.”

5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Social Media Calendar

Promoting your content on social media is a great way to reach new people, increase your audience, boost engagement, heighten your organization’s visibility and drive traffic to your site.

According to Search Engine People, “74% of marketers saw an increase in traffic after spending just 6 hours a week on social media.” That means that going from having zero social media presence to investing a little over an hour a day can significantly boost the amount of traffic coming to your site. Additionally, the company found that 78% of Americans say social media impacts their purchasing decisions.

Web Design: Should Design or Copy Come First?

When it comes to creating web pages, what should come first: design or copy?

There seems to be two camps when it comes to this common web design debate. The question comes down to this: Should the copy dictate the design, or the design dictate the copy?

Let’s take a look at why both arguments are flawed and what approach makes for the most effective web design.

5 Top Social Media Marketing Skills You Should Have

Social media marketing is more than simply publishing tweets, Facebook posts and Pinterest images; you have to really know your target audience and what they respond to online.

So what skills should social media marketers (SMMs) acquire to make their social efforts more effective? This exact question recently popped up over at

Here are what SMMs themselves think are the most valuable skills people in their profession can have.

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