Fit Marketing Blog
On Instagram: How Freshly Picked is Slaying Social Media Marketing’s Sleeping Giant

Susan Petersen, founder and CEO of Freshly Picked, loves Instagram. In fact, she might even love it more than her husband. She spoke about her [...]

Tom Brady
Vanity Social Metrics Are Pointless Without Context

During the 2010 NFL regular season, Tom Brady threw the ball 492 times. In the 2012 election, 822,544 Iowans cast their votes for Barack Obama. [...]

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Social and Selfies at #IMSLC

More than 275 people came out to our fourth installment of Inbound Marketing SLC on Thursday to hear from some of the top social media [...]

Bee Gees
Fit Marketing Acquires Social Media Agency Stay N’ Alive Marketing

Lately, I just can’t get the Bee Gees out of my head. It probably has something to do with the fact that Fit Marketing just [...]

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UVEF 25 Under 5: Moving Into the Top 10

David Letterman isn’t the only one with top 10 lists on the mind right now. At an awards banquet in Provo on Thursday, Fit Marketing [...]

#IMSLC Lessons Learned: Undiscovered Marketing Strategies of 2014

#IMSLC Lessons Learned: Content Amplification and the Quizzing Phenomenon What’s with all of the quizzes you’re seeing on your social media feeds? How can you get [...]

Using Quizzes to Generate Leads

Unless you only get on the web to read our blog, you’ve probably noticed the flurry of quizzes appearing all over your social media. If [...]

How to Solve Marketers’ Lovability Problem (And Other Cool Things We Learned at IMSLC)

Marketers have a lovability problem. At least that’s what Nick Salvatoriello, an Inbound Marketing Professor for HubSpot, told the 250 people who attended Inbound Marketing [...]

LIVE EVENT: Inbound Marketing SLC on Feb. 27th

Inbound Marketing SLC is less than a week away, and I wanted to remind you that there’s still time to get your free tickets. All [...]

How Visibility and Clarity Can Increase Traffic and Customer Engagement by 145%

This is a guest post written by Kyle Gray of Conversion Cake. Follow Kyle at Google+ Problem: new services page, a products page taking most [...]