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Kuno Creative is an inbound marketing agency that provides content marketing, demand generation and lead nurturing services.

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Kuno Creative Revenue, Funding, Number of Employees, Competitors and Acquisitions

KUNO CREATIVE CEO

Chris Knipper

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Chris Knipper

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Kuno Creative was founded in 2000 and its headquarters is located in Avon, Ohio, USA. Kuno Creative has $4.0M in revenue and 41 employees. Kuno Creative's top competitors are Weidert Group, Square 2 Marketing and SmartBug Media.

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Kuno CreativeKuno Creative ceo

Chris Knipper

Founder & CEO

66/100
1Weidert Group ceoWeidert Group

Greg Linnemanstons

President

70/10025
$2.7M
2Square 2 Marketing ceoSquare 2 Marketing

Mike Lieberman

President

74/10048
$6.2M
3SmartBug Media ceoSmartBug Media

Ryan Malone

Founder & CEO

83/10034
$1.5M
4Salted Stone ceoSalted Stone

Mike Skeehan

Managing Partner

54/10027
$3.5M
5LinkCaffeine ceoLinkCaffeine

Darren Davis

Co-Founder & CEO

59/10030
$6.9M
6IMPACT Branding & Design ceoIMPACT Branding & Design

Bob Ruffolo

Founder & CEO

69/10031
$5.3M
7EYEMAGINE ceoEYEMAGINE

Andy Etemadi

President & CEO

62/10015
$2.7M
8Huify ceoHuify

Josh Harcus

Co-Founder & CEO

77/1006
$4.2M

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Kuno Creative Blog 3 Foundation-Strengthening SEO Best Practices for 2018 SEO is always evolving—with new tactics constantly being deployed. It’s tempting for businesses to adopt the latest shiny-object SEO tactics in their never-ending quest to rank high in searches. But in the rush for Page 1, too often companies skimp on the less-shiny foundational powerhouses of successful SEO strategies. While it’s definitely worth the time and energy required to adopt leading-edge SEO techniques, like featured snippets, schema markup and voice search, companies should not neglect SEO’s tried-and-true foundational tactics. In fact, they should continually strengthen these best practices. But also, marketers must reinforce their SEO strategies in ways that are not spammy—because Google will penalize “black hat” practices. Three of the leading SEO practices that Google penalizes are:Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative posted a video "iCONN Systems - A Customer Success Story" on YOUTUBEKuno Creative Youtube Channel
Kuno Creative Blog 7 Sales Enablement Resolutions to Make Unicorns and Bigfoot. These mythical creatures are often talked about and sought after, but elusive. The same applies to sales and marketing alignment and even sales enablement. This often talked about and sought after alliance is difficult to obtain. While it’s the marketing team’s job to generate leads, it’s the sales team’s job to turn those leads into customers. But obtaining this dynamic can be challenging. One way to get there is to build a digital marketing strategy that supports your sales team through sales enablement and sales and marketing alignment. Here’s a look at how to do just that.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog Our Top Search Engine Optimization Tips For The New Year To stay ahead of the game as a marketer, you have to do something I like to call “I and A”—improvise and adjust. It typically applies to a situation that’s constantly changing, or for your purposes—inbound marketing. And from the looks of things, you’ll be doing a lot of improvising and adjusting in 2018 when it comes to search engine optimization. Not only are the devices your customers search with changing, but how they're conducting their searches is changing, too. As you’re putting your digital marketing plans together for 2018, remember this: The foundation of your plan should be search engine optimization. That’s because, according to HubSpot marketing statistics , Google now gets more than 100 million searches each month. That’s a lot of competition, which is why it’s so critical to optimize your content. It’s going to take more than title tags and meta descriptions to get it done in 2018, so we asked Kuno Creative’s Vice President of Demand Generation, Shaun Kanary, his top search engine optimization tips for the New Year.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog 9 Spot-On Native Advertising Examples One of the biggest challenges of content marketing is simply being seen in a crowded space. According to the Content Marketing Institute’s survey last year, 88 percent of B2B businesses are doing content marketing. As more and more businesses add their contribution to the flood of content already out there, businesses have to be more creative in figuring out ways to get content in front of the right audience. Native advertising has been one of the solutions. Native advertising is content that brands pay media companies to produce. It shows up alongside the publication’s usual pieces with similar formatting, but marked in a way that lets readers know it’s been paid for by a brand. It can be controversial when done badly, as with the famous case of The Atlantic’s scientology native advertising debacle, but when it’s done well it’s a good way to reach a larger audience and raise awareness of your brand.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog Is Cannibalization The New Website SEO Strategy? When I became a homeowner, I also became a somewhat reluctant gardener.&nbsp; I quickly learned about the importance of deadheading flowers—removing wilted blooms to help the plant continue to grow and flourish.&nbsp; When it comes to your website, sometimes a little pruning or deadheading is necessary to improve SEO performance and the overall experience for your visitors.&nbsp;That means looking at your site with a critical eye and determining where you could consolidate, update or remove outdated pages that aren't doing you any favors. It means redirecting those pages elsewhere so your "deadheads" don't become dead-ends.&nbsp; While it's important to trim carefully, avoiding any changes that could hurt your search engine results page ranking, there are some situations when it makes sense.&nbsp; Here are four good reasons to pare down old website pages and how to do it without hurting your site's SEO strategy.&nbsp;Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog 10 Hot Digital Marketing Terms You Need to Know in 2018 Have you considering adding the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to your inbound marketing campaigns? Are you calculating keyword proximity to boost your SEO results? Have you leveraged the power of lookalike audiences on Facebook’s advertising platform? Are you optimizing your AdWords’ rating by working to boost your Quality Score? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, congratulations—you’re ahead of the marketing game for 2018. These four terms and six others listed in this post are among the hottest digital marketing terms for the coming New Year. This short list will give you a quick overview of terms you must know. You can also check out our complete list of Must-Know Digital Marketing Terms for 2018.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog Paid Channels For Your 2018 Demand Generation Strategy Many of us follow the age-old tradition of making New Year’s resolutions. If your company has already invested in inbound marketing, now is the perfect time to brainstorm ways to add value to your efforts in 2018. One of the best ways to go about this is through paid advertising. With your inbound marketing strategy in place, you have a clear definition of who you want to reach and content that supports the buyer’s journey. But it takes time for these SEO efforts to gain momentum — several months in some cases. With paid channels, you have an opportunity to attract your audience at an earlier stage, all while casting a wider net for potential buyers. To increase your return on investment, it’s important to know which paid channels to leverage for your demand generation strategy. Here are five 5 that we recommend to kickstart your New Year’s initiative.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog How to Perform a Content Audit A website content audit can be intimidating, especially if you create a good amount of content throughout the year. You’ve probably read a few articles that told you something along the lines of “sit down, lay out all the content you’ve ever created and evaluate its performance.” That sounds pretty exhausting, right? We know the more complicated and time-consuming it is, the less likely you probably are to want to do it. So to help ease your anxiety, here are some simple tips on how to get started with a content audit.Kuno Creative Blog
Kuno Creative Blog How to Develop and Execute a Social Media Strategy in 2018 Over the past few years, I’ve been growing my personal social accounts as well as major medical and manufacturing enterprise brands. Along the way, I’ve learned a lot about social media growth. Why is growing your social presence important?&nbsp;Research from Crowdtap revealed that 64 percent of people surveyed use social media for purchasing decisions (up 51 percent vs. prior year). If your company is not implementing a social media strategy, these purchasing decisions will benefit your competitors who are using social channels. Whether you hire someone as your social media manager or contract with an agency to do it for you, a social media strategy needs to be developed for your company to thrive in today's market. But social media takes time and should be managed fully. Where to start? First, determine your social media goals.&nbsp;Are you looking to grow your following? Do you want to increase ROI? When you start with your goals, it's easier to determine your strategy. Once you know what you want to accomplish with social media, here are a few tips to organically grow your brand. And if you&nbsp;really&nbsp;want to boost your brand, check out the paid options toward the end.&nbsp;Kuno Creative Blog

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Kuno Creative Headquarters

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36901 American Way Suite 2A

Avon, Ohio 44011

800-303-0806

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Kuno Creative Summary Information

Kuno Creative is an inbound marketing agency that provides content marketing, demand generation and lead nurturing services. Kuno Creative was founded in 2000. Kuno Creative's headquarters is located in Avon, Ohio, USA 44011. Kuno Creative's Founder & CEO, Chris Knipper, currently has an approval rating of 66%. 50% of the Owler community believes Kuno Creative will get acquired. Kuno Creative has an estimated 41 employees and an estimated annual revenue of 4.0M.

Kuno Creative's Founder & CEO, Chris Knipper, currently has an approval rating of 66%. Kuno Creative's primary competitors are  Weidert Group Square 2 Marketing SmartBug Media.

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