Miles Burke

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The Complete Guide on How to Use Twitter for Content Marketing

There are over 300 million people tweeting around the world each day. They are sharing thoughts, taking photos and videos, and importantly for bloggers, writers and content marketers, there is nothing better than Twitter for content marketing – it’s a… Continue Reading →

The How & Why Behind Weekly Curated Newsletter, Growth Email

At the start of this year, I kicked off a side project to send a weekly curated newsletter on growth marketing, called growth.email. Basically, I read a ton of articles, choose the ten best and send a weekly email to… Continue Reading →

212 Killer Growth Hacking Articles Published In 2017

I’ve spent dozens of hours, reading over 650 growth hacking articles in my mission of collating the ten best articles every week to send to my growth.email subscribers. Now, with 22 issues in the archives, I have categorised and listed… Continue Reading →

How to Regularly Promote Your Content in No Time at All

Sharing your content on social media is a surefire way to increase traffic to your blog or website, and help you promote your content. The problem is, most people post once, and then move on with their next article –… Continue Reading →

Weekly growth hacking articles sent to your inbox

The thing with growth people (I am not a fan of the growth hackers term), is that we are always constantly reading. We have to, in order to just keep up. Articles on customer acquisition, case studies on what our… Continue Reading →

50 Australian Startup Twitter Accounts Worth Following

Twitter is a great place to share, network and interact with people in all areas of the startup community. Accounts such as my @StartupPerth regularly share interesting links and news for startup founders. Both seasoned and beginner Twitter users alike… Continue Reading →

Instagram Photo A Day

I joined Instagram back in December 2010, as one of the first million users (yes, they managed to attract one million users in the first two months!) and I’ve posted an image on and off since then. I’ve been fairly… Continue Reading →

Writing in January & February 2015

As part of the process of chronicling the writing I have been doing elsewhere on the web (yes, I know I need to blog more!) here are two articles I published on the Bam Creative blog, over the last two… Continue Reading →

Interview with Chris Winchester

Two weeks ago, I made the journey to New Zealand to attend the well-known web conference, Webstock. On my first day there, I spotted a man wearing a bright yellow T-shirt which read: Remember me? I met you at Webstock… Continue Reading →

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