Jon Salm

Jon Salm

Associate Client Analyst at Millward Brown Digital

Jon Salm is an Associate Client Analyst at Millward Brown Digital in New York City and freelances for Visually, where he is a certified journalist in the Visually Marketplace and a regular contributor to the Visually blog. You can find him online at about.me/salm.jon, on twitter @S4LM3R, and on Visually at Visual.ly/users/salmjon

6 Recent Stories

5 Tricks to Get Influencers to See and Share Your Content
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5 Tricks to Get Influencers to See and Share Your Content

Finding a high-powered industry influencer can help jump start a sharing craze and kick your message into viral overdrive.
Overcome Short Attention Spans with 'Micro-Content'
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Overcome Short Attention Spans with 'Micro-Content'

With consumers' attention span shrinking by the second, companies need to think quickly. One solution is micro-content.
5 Rules of Native Advertising Every Content Strategist Should Know
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5 Rules of Native Advertising Every Content Strategist Should Know

In an ever more competitive advertising world, marketers are increasingly turning to native content to capture the eye of consumers.
5 Tricks to Producing Quality Content
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5 Tricks to Producing Quality Content

As content continues to reign supreme in the online world, here are a few ways to make sure your information is top-notch.
5 Ways Data Can Help You Stay Ahead of the Game
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5 Ways Data Can Help You Stay Ahead of the Game

Knowing how to leverage data can help a company better gain new users, tap into existing users and increase revenue.
How to Make It as a Freelance Entrepreneur
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How to Make It as a Freelance Entrepreneur

For entrepreneurs wanting to go down the freelance route, here are five tools and tips to build a successful career.

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