Sources to Learn Tips & Trends Digital marketing is ever-changing. That’s what makes it fun and a bit frustrating. Since generating content is such an integral part of SEO, I thought I’d pull together some a best-of list for content marketing resources that we use to help us keep our content fresh. Click for a free […]
In 2017 If you really want to make your content stand out you need to do more than just write the odd blog post. The content marketing cat is well and truly out of the bag, with every company from Walmart to your local Bakery having their own blog. So how can you stand out in a crowded market full of budding Don Drapers?
The phrase “fake news” has been thrown around quite a bit since the 2016 election. Social media sites and search engines had their share of culpability in spreading misinformation, no matter what your beliefs are. While savvier readers can spot fake news easily, some of it was pretty convincing.
Writing a good headline can make or break your blog posts. Your headlines appear on the search engine results page as adverts for your writing, either pulling people in or putting them off. So the minimal characters you’re allowed need to be used wisely to sell your content to as many readers as possible.
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.
We’ve all heard not to judge a book by its cover and, while that’s great for people and pets, it doesn’t necessarily apply to choosing a wedding dress or even a dozen eggs. I’m pretty sure that the outside of a greenish-black egg will give you impressions of what is inside. The same goes for driving views to your website. A flat, text-heavy page is about as inviting as a toaster instruction manual. Despite how much you know, people will resist reading it without a visual break, so why not try to make things a bit more visually pleasing with an infographic.
Content is the backbone of online marketing. It keeps your customers engaged, drives new users to your website, and educates leads on your products. If you don’t have enough good quality content on your website you won’t rank in Google, and even if you did, your leads wouldn’t have anything to do when they did find your website.
They key word to remember from this blog post is probably keyword. By now you probably know that keywords and optimization are important to your website or to your blog. But it’s always worth having a refresher on best practices, especially when search engines are continually moving the goalposts.
Comment spam is the scourge of any blog or website that is trying to attract more users with a comment section on it. Inappropriate or spammy comments can seriously damage your online reputation by making your website look neglected, or by exposing your website visitors to potentially harmful links. You go away for a weekend, […]
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.