See the Top 15 Articles of Q2 2017

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It's hard to believe that we're more than halfway through 2017 already. SIPA put on an amazing conference last month that attendees are still buzzing about. (Members can view many of those SIPA Annual presentations here.)

We're all very busy, and beneficial information is easy to miss. So we thought it would be a good idea at this Q3/holiday-week juncture to provide you with the 15 most popular SIPAlert Daily articles from the second quarter.

Hopefully, you'll see a topic or heading that intersects with something you've been thinking about lately and catch up on what's trending in the specialized information community.

  1. Member News: 3 acquisitions 2 award winners and incoming board members
  2. Marijuana Business Daily founders reflect on their rapid growth
  3. Keynote speakers start off SIPA 2017 in style!
  4. Building a better podcast
  5. Member News: Incisive sells division; QCSS partners with women's soccer; BLR editor honored
  6. The best times and days to post social media
  7. 10 takeaways from SIPA Annual 2017 Conference
  8. Legacy publisher focuses on new daily product
  9. Work-life balance tips from SIPA's 2017 Volunteer of the Year
  10. Ways and means to license your content
  11. Expert tips for selling on your site
  12. 8 takeaways from Boston Globe strategy memo
  13. Doing marketing automation right
  14. Member Q&A with Kelly Parsons of OpsCat
  15. 10 ways to successfully onboard your customers

    Want more? These next five round out the top 20 for Q2:
     
  16. The advantages of editorial-driven events
  17. 7 ways that partnering can grow your audience
  18. Marketing Boot Camp focuses on strategy and revenue
  19. Ideas for selling sponsor packages
  20. Best days and times for webinars from new report

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Ronn Levine began his career as a reporter for The Washington Post and has won numerous writing and publications awards since. Most recently, he spent 12 years at the Newspaper Association of America covering a variety of topics before joining SIPA in 2009 and SIIA in 2013 as editorial director…