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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

5 Steps You Need to Follow to Start a Blog

Starting a blog can be tough: There’s a lot of steps to think about and the process of creating, publishing and promoting content can be daunting. But it doesn’t have to be!

I recently checked out Neil Patel’s webinar “1,000,000 Visitors/Mo and Counting: How to Create a Blog that Doesn’t Suck.” If you’re going to take advice on how to start a blog from anyone, take it from Neil. His blog Kissmetrics hit 1,000,000 visitors a month without any paid advertising!

Neil Patel AMA: Content Marketing, Pokemon Go & That Ad

The awesome internet marketing community Online Geniuses recently hosted an AMA with Neil Patel, co-founder of KISSmetrics, Crazy Egg and Quick Sprout. You might remember him from our post on influencers’ social media pet peeves.

I'm such a fan girl. 

During the AMA, Neil answered questions on everything from email, content marketing and SEO to the future of digital marketing and Pokemon Go!

Let’s jump right in.

7 Steps to Creating an eBook

We work with a lot of clients to create gated assets, including tip sheets, on-demand webinars, self-assessments and—the most popular of all—eBooks.

When it comes to creating an eBook, many people don’t know where to start or are unaware of the amount of effort they should invest.

To give you some insight into the process, here are some of the benefits of creating an eBook and the steps we recommend you follow.

5 Inbound Marketing Experiments that Drive Growth

Companies are always looking for fresh, new ways to boost conversions and drive growth online.

While we’re big fans of A/B testing for elements you’re already using on your site, it’s also fun to conduct bigger inbound marketing experiments for things you haven’t tried out yet.

What we don’t want is for you to conduct a huge experiment that takes a lot of time and effort and produces little to no results. Therefore, we’ve scoured the web to find what experiments have actually worked for others (as well as some that have worked for us) and how you can implement them yourself.

Why You Need a User Friendly Website

These days, there are a ton of factors Google and other search engines consider when ranking your website.

From the more technical elements (canonicalization, HTML elements, HTTP status codes, etc.) to content best practices (backlinks, videos, long-form content, etc.), search engines are more advanced than ever—meaning they’re also more picky than ever.

One factor that is becoming increasingly important is user friendliness, also known as user experience or UX. Basically, Google wants visitors to your site to have a good experience. Therefore, if you have a user friendly website, Google will like you more and rank you higher.

7 Ways Video Marketing Can Generate Leads & Drive ROI

We recently wrote a post outlining how video marketing can boost lead conversion. Now let’s dive into how it can also help generate leads and drive ROI.

During the same webinar referenced in our previous post, Quintain CEO Kathleen Booth outlined seven ways in which this incredibly engaging form of marketing can help you target and convert the prospects you want.

Here’s how lead gen forms, video testimonials, and including videos on your landing pages can make your overall video marketing efforts more effective.

7 Facebook Marketing Tips

Are you marketing your B2B business on Facebook?

BuzzSumo recently did an awesome webinar with Facebook expert Mari Smith, during which she answered 56 questions (mostly from marketers) about how to best use the social media giant. 

Here are some of the most interesting and actionable takeaways we got from the webinar. 

Buying Blog Traffic: Is it Worth It?

You notice your blog traffic is taking a dive.

Maybe it’s because of a new LinkedIn update, or maybe your email click through rate has gone down. Either way, you want to get your traffic back up and are weighing your options.

One fairly easy way to do this is to buy blog traffic. But what are the pros and cons of this? Does it negatively affect your SEO? Will it drive any conversions?

Read on to explore some answers to these common questions.

3 Key Elements of High Quality Content

Atomic Reach recently conducted a study on blog content performance trends for 2016, and the findings were pretty interesting. 

This machine learning marketing platform has analyzed one million articles from 8,000 content feeds on over 3000 topics.

Let’s take a look at what the best-performing content across multiple subject areas can tell us about what we should be doing when sitting down to write.

Manual vs. Predictive Lead Scoring: What You Should Know

Are you using lead scoring to better understand how likely your leads are to convert and when they should be sent over to sales?

Implementing lead scoring as a part of your overall marketing strategy can help you better focus your marketing efforts while making you more efficient. 

If you’re considering using this awesome technique to get an edge over the competition, it’s first important to know your options. 

Here are the differences between manual and predictive lead scoring and what tools you can use to get started.

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