These articles are geared toward helping you build your brand, including topics such as the curse of perfectionism in branding, online reputation management and using social media to brand yourself.
You know, we ask a lot of our content. We expect it to bring traffic in, lift our rankings, entice repeat visits and convert our visitors to customers. All that, and then we write something like this actual product description, “Refill candle inserts, white stearine wax in plastic sleeve, size: 4 inches by 2 inches.” Wow. I want to buy that (heavy on the sarcasm).
A lot of people in the online industry forget that marketing and advertising has to start with a voice. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve worked with small or large companies that outsource their content because they have [...]
As a brand owner, you can directly affect what Internet users find when they look for information about your company. Nothing gives your brand more online recognition than the presence of your brand whether in images, local citations or the knowledge graph.
What is the difference between building a brand and building authority? Some may think they're interchangeable ideas, but they're not mutually inclusive concepts. Online branding would be a form of helping others gain awareness of your brand via exposure to marketing, especially on social media and search engines.
Okay, So What Is A Content Inventory? A content inventory is exactly what it sounds like. It’s an inventory of the content currently available on your website. For that matter – and for the really ambitious – you can add in any content you have elsewhere, as well.
As someone who works online, when was the last time you tried discussing what you do over dinner? If you’re like me, you don’t think twice about setting up a new campaign on Moz, adding meta tags to your new pages, using this social media tool,
Not all opportunities are created equal, not even in the democratic world of technology. For new or recent college graduates, this is an important point to make—not just philosophical, but practical. If you have a decent degree and a good [...]
Traditionally, marketing and advertising had primarily been about reaching out to the consumers and convincing them to buy products/services. What we now call outbound marketing. It used to be a one-way communication channel where the company talked and the consumer listened. The messages were created accordingly.