Category - Snyde Comments

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3 Days Left to Change How You Approach Content Forever
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What is Connection Seeker? [Infographic]
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How We Approached Our October Marketing Budget
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Snyde Comments: The Matt Siltala Interview at Pubcon South
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Snyde Comments: The Mel Carson Interview at Pubcon South
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Snyde Comments: The Alan K’necht Interview at Pubcon South
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Let’s Kill the Platform-Focused Mentality
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CopyPress Turns 2, Now What?
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Explaining CopyPress in Terrible Stick Figures
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CopyPress of the Future: Sign Up Now

3 Days Left to Change How You Approach Content Forever

3 Days. That is how long you have left to become an early adopter and help shape what CopyPress’ software will become. Over the next 4 months, CopyPress will be[…]

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What is Connection Seeker? [Infographic]

Connection Seeker is one of the features in our soon to be in Beta CopyPress automation software that allows marketers to quantify the value of publishers and quickly contact worthy publishers[…]

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How We Approached Our October Marketing Budget

CopyPress has spent a whopping $34,000 on marketing in 2013. That is less than $4,000 a month. For that spend we have: Increased our customer base from 10 to 100[…]

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Snyde Comments: The Matt Siltala Interview at Pubcon South

The always brilliant Matt Siltala was the next person to sit down with me at Pubcon South, and we really dived deep into the topic of content. Matt is someone[…]

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Snyde Comments: The Mel Carson Interview at Pubcon South

Rarely on film has there been two such handsome man as you will see in this video. Brace yourself. Mel Carson is not only handsome, but he also has a[…]

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Snyde Comments: The Alan K’necht Interview at Pubcon South

Myself and a motley crew of CopyPressers traveled to the impressive Pubcon South this past spring in order to record interviews and meet awesome people to talk about content. Well[…]

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Let’s Kill the Platform-Focused Mentality

I have a lot of fun talking to people about CopyPress and where our long-term vision lies. Going into the conversation most people have one or two incorrect ideas about[…]

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CopyPress Turns 2, Now What?

In July of 2011, CopyPress officially became its own company. It had lived within a few other entities, but had always been a side project of sorts (Second Step Search,[…]

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Explaining CopyPress in Terrible Stick Figures

I still get questions about boiling CopyPress down to its most simple definition. Well here it is. As a note these stick figures are my own and do not represent[…]

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CopyPress of the Future: Sign Up Now

Today CopyPress stands as a closed marketplace for content in a variety of formats, and an enterprise services division backed by awesome tools. However, all of this is leading to[…]

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