“Content is king,” SEOs, copywriters and search engines say. Content helps search engines decide relevance, helps bring visitors in and converts them into paying customers, avid readers and loyal followers. With something so important to your online business success, you want to make sure you’re putting out the right content. Not sure what that is? Read on…
Whether you call it growth hacking, content hacking or just plain good marketing, it means making your website the best product-selling, business-growing, advocate-building, brand-developing, influencer-making website it can be.
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).
No matter what industry you’re in, standing out from your competitors can be difficult. This is especially true in the realm of digital content creation, where you might have hundreds or thousands of competitors. This is the very reason we [...]
Let’s face it, there are too many blogs out there and too many of them suck. The main reason for this is because businesses read that they should have a blog but don’t understand what it takes to make it work for them. T
Repurposing content: to adapt content for use in a different purpose. Publisher: an individual or corporation responsible for the printing and distribution of digital or printed publications. In other words, you.
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 [...]
I’m not going to lie to you - creating and implementing a content strategy is not easy. It's hard. It's hard to start, hard to build, hard to implement, and hard to get right. Why?
Have you ever touched the sap from an evergreen tree? That stuff is like tar – once you get that stuff on your fingers you have to bathe in turpentine to get it off. Point is it lasts.