Instagram is great for taking pictures of your dinner. Or adding a filter to make it look like you caught the sun while you were on holiday. But does it help your business? Here we’ll explain how to use Instagram for SEO optimization.
If you want to use content marketing to help generate customers for your business then you need to make sure you have carried out content mapping on all pieces of content that you plan on using as part of your sales funnel. Find out how not to get lost with content mapping here.
Digital marketing and metrics go hand in hand. But deciding which ones to monitor is a hard decision. Learn which key metrics you should be watching now.
Meta descriptions might not set your pulse racing, but they are an integral part of SEO. Getting your meta descriptions right can give your website a massive boost. A well written meta description is as important as a well written PPC ad, and is going to get a great deal more impressions. So what ingredients do you need to have in the perfect meta description?
Social media has helped to revolutionize many businesses, giving customers a direct contact with brands. But there are some downsides to the social media revolution. One of which is private social communication between customers and staff. By private social communication we mean the process of sharing work related content on a platform that isn’t specifically related, or attributed to work.
This month Apple are going to be making some changes in an attempt to protect users of their Safari browser. In September they’re going to launch a new feature called Intelligent Tracking Prevention. Because of these changes to online event tracking Google have decided to change the way their AdWords conversion tracking works, to ensure […]
Emailing your customers is one of the primary ways we interact, but because of that it’s easy to slip into autopilot and stop thinking about what you’re doing. So from time to time we like to check that the emails we’re sending are appealing enough to open, read and respond to. Take a look at our email marketing checklist.
Almost 50% of the time I spend ‘writing’ is actually time spent thinking about what to write. With the ongoing demand to write more and more, coming up with fresh ideas is harder than actually researching and writing them. So how can you save time thinking up new ideas and avoid staring a blank page for 20 minutes every time you want to write quality cornerstone content? Here are four things I always think about when trying to write something that help me focus on a topic.
Getting quality engagement on social media is the holy grail of anyone who’s responsible for managing their companies online presence. Creating and publishing content is a challenge, but the real challenge is getting consistent engagement from your readers or followers.
We have now reached information overload. If you want to find the best car for your situation and you type something like “Best family car” into Google you’re presented with a front page full of useful, relevant, information from respected sources. On my front page (note: I am from the UK and not based in the US, so my results will be different to a searcher inside the US) I see whatcar.com, carbuyer.co.uk, bussinessinsider.com, autoexpress.com and a number of other results. All of these links are (in my opinion) reliable and trustworthy.