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.
Writing the perfectWhat We Do page on your website is difficult. If your company is anything like ours, working out exactly what you do and defining it well enough to fit it onto a single page of your website is tough.
What’s the perfect length for long-form content? With “Panda” targeting thin content and artificial intelligence/machine learning added to the search index, content guidelines are changing. We’ll explore how much content you need for both your human and machine audience.
Content Marketing is hard. It takes resources to consistently publish new and fresh information that resonates with your audience. Google and other search engines don’t like duplicate writing. The search engines see it as basically re-publishing the same content at different times or other places on the Web. So, when does repurposing your content make sense, and how can you avoid duplication? Here are a few ideas to remix and revitalize content you’ve already written.
Content marketing fuels SEO. It’s enables search engines to index your business. It’s energizes link building. More than ever, there’s pressure on businesses to publish quality content frequently. If you’re a managing editor or writer, then this content ideation guide is for you.
Working out when is the best time to share your content is something that lots of marketers get stuck with. After spending all that time writing and polishing it you want people to read it. So working out exactly when to show your baby to the world can be daunting. Should you post your blogs at 9:23am on a Tuesday, or 3:47pm on a Sunday?
For many B2B digital marketers, getting the attention of executive-level management can be difficult at best. According to a Harvard study, this elusive group spends only 2% of their time with vendors. In this post we’ll explore C-Suite marketing content and strategies to get a little more mind share.
If you’ve ever read about Content Marketing you’ve heard of buyer personas. Buyer Personas are a kind of straw man, describing your ideal customer in a simple and memorable way. They also allow you to dig a little deeper and work out if you have more than one type of typical customer. But once you’ve built buyer personas, they can be used for some other interesting things that you might not have thought of.
Privacy Policies, Copyright Infringement, and Spam, Oh My! You took your business online because technology made it easier. While a lot of the tutorials and “User-Friendly” applications make it sound like the whole business of running a business online can be accomplished by anyone, you probably already know there’s a bit more to it than […]