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Are you gracefully riding the waves of the Internet or do you find yourself drowning with massive amounts of information, gasping for breath with the endless online distractions at the end of the day? If it’s the latter, you are likely stumbling around from one Reddit sub to another, mindlessly clicking links of articles that promise value only to find out that it’s just another piece of online trash disguised as a gem wits it’s clickbait titles.   Continue reading →

Repurposing content means to re-share ideas and material that you already have. This means using your existing content in different ways and on different channels to appeal to a broader spectrum of your audience.  Continue reading →

Content Marketing for Linkedin

Linkedin is one of the most important social media channels for businesses. The channel is a hub for like-minded professionals to exchange ideas, get answers and form business connections. However, you will be surprised at how many companies overlook Linkedin as a content marketing opportunity.  Continue reading →

Everyone has something to say on the world wide web and finding a gem of an article over hordes of blog posts, news stories, and social media posts published each day may prove to be a challenge. Hence, the Transeo editorial team will round up five evergreen articles every last Saturday of the month that are by turns timely and practical for business owners and entrepreneurs.  Continue reading →

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Social Media Showcase - Blendtec

 Have you ever wondered about whether you could blend an entire coconut? Blendtec founder and face of “Will it Blend?” viral marketing campaign, Tom Dickson  answers this question by throwing in a whole pineapple together with a coconut in a recent video they uploaded in late July. The verdict: it blended, giving a new meaning to drink pina colada.  Continue reading →

Australian-based Canva, a 3-year-old design company, has grown exponentially into a multi- million dollar venture. What is interesting about it is that it was founded on a simple yet brilliant solution to common design problems for the common folk – those with little to no design expertise. And the person responsible for this is Canva CEO and co-founder Melanie Perkins.  Continue reading →


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