It’s Not As Difficult As It Sounds Many small business owners think the basic concept of an SEO strategy sounds technical and hard to do – especially when researching the difference between White Hat SEO and other methods SEO articles can be full of jargon and a bit intimidating to a casual reader. While there […]
Making the Most of Your Videos & Images Engaging content is more than just words on a screen. Images and video play an important role in keeping a reader entertained as well as add to your message. But you can’t just upload any old picture, or video, and hope it keeps someone on your page […]
Considerations for Contributors If you’re running a small business and need content marketing as part of your digital marketing strategy, it can be challenging to find either the time or resources. Content is a major ingredient to SEO; consistent publishing of high-quality web pages or blog posts will attract potential customers. If you have the time […]
Responsive Meets All Channels We’ve written about the importance of responsive design as a top trend. Now there’s a new content marketing term that brings it all together. Read on to learn about adaptive content and the omnichannel experience. Omni-Channel Chatter At the core of the adaptive content, the concept is that you should be “omnichannel.” […]
Making Old Content New Again for SEO 5/1/19 Update: We were recently quoted on databox talking about repurposing content, so we thought it would be a good time to…repurpose this piece of content on…repurposing…No keyword stuffing here! Creating and posting regular content is one way of building an SEO presence for your company. But creating […]
Driving Conversions Running social media campaigns or PPC ads is a good way of bringing people to your site. Having effective landing pages is a critical part of achieving success or wasting money. Getting prospects to a page is the first step. Getting them to convert is the next. We’ve tested hundreds of landing pages and […]
Buyer personas have many uses. Writing content that resonates is an easy one that comes to mind. Reallocating your AdWords budget is another. If you’re interviewing actual customers, then you want a concise list of questions for your persona research.
Content marketing is now a commodity. I’ve seen prices as low as $1.90 an article. Yup, you read that right. Less than 2 bucks for a blog post. Now that Google rewards websites with in-depth content, the race is on to create as many blog posts and web pages as possible in order to get search attention. Recently a prospect told us they use a service to write their web articles; it turns out to be a service that delivers software-generated content.
Current best practices for content media suggest you post around 4 times per week on your blog while also creating multiple posts per day If you’re trying to produce content for social media. This volume can create a strain on your writing muscles, especially if you have other priorities.
Every page on your website, or post on your blog, should have a call to action. Ideally, it’s a compelling invitation to do something that piques your visitor’s interests and feeds your business’ sales funnel. It could be signing up for a newsletter, downloading a whitepaper or simply visiting another page. If you want to improve the number of clicks your CTAs get, it’s important to keep them fresh. So let’s look at 5 ways to improve your call to actions and get more action on your website.