Most Popular Posts of 2014


December rolls on and the end of the year is approaching fast. Looking back on the year here at Zach Heller Marketing we can call it a success. With more readers and subscribers than ever before, we are truly humbled. And we are more determined than ever to continue to offer the kind of quality content that you’re looking for.

But before moving forward, let’s take another look at the past. For our new readers, here is a review of the five most popular posts of 2014:

  1. Will Google Kill Email Marketing?
  2. 6 Ways to Get More Referrals
  3. The Case for Paying Your Employees More Money
  4. How to Land That Job – Part 2
  5. 10 Ways to Make Your Email Marketing More Effective

“I” of the Consumer Week in Review

So much of running a business is planning for the future. And if you’re like me, you’ve already started putting a plan together for 2015. It can feel a little strange planning for a time that feels so far away, especially if it’s your first time. I remember the first time I put a 12 month marketing plan together in October that didn’t even start until January. But it’s an important process to go through.

Here is a recap of popular posts from last week:

  1. Break the Rules – Part 4
  2. 3 Reasons People Don’t Click on Your Ads
  3. How to Create Better Landing Page Content

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2014 Ad Rates Going Up – Lock in Your Low Rates Now

2013 is shaping up to be a banner year for We underwent our first major redesign and overhaul since our launch. Traffic is up 300% over last year, and subscribers have nearly doubled in the last six months. And we expect more of the same in 2014.

With that, I wanted to let everyone know that our ad rates will be going up after the New Year. So if you’re interested in getting your brand in front of marketers and small business owners, now is your chance to lock in the current advertising rates for as long as you can. Anyone who books advertising between now and the end of the year will be grandfathered in to the current rates.

You can find the 2013 rates here -

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