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Content Marketing

Looking to advance you content marketing output? Here you'll find expert advice on how to improve your content strategy: ideas for lead-generating content, tool overviews, content writing tips, on-page SEO checklists and a whole lot more.

Regardless of how effective we all know content marketing is, creating consistent, high-quality content is a struggle. You have to think up ideas, find the time actually produce the piece, and then invest more time in promoting that piece.But, the main reason most content creators struggle is because they fall into the trap of thinking “content = blog post.” Which is so not the case.
Marketing Done RightPeople love small businesses. And I’m not just saying that; the data backs up my claim.A 2014 survey by UPS showed: 41% of people supported small businesses over large business (even if they had to pay more). People think small businesses have higher quality products than larger competitors. Respondents believe small businesses positively impact the local economy. 94% of people think it’s important to support local businesses.
You can’t write quality content in a vacuum. You have to know who you’re writing for.And to do that, you need to have fully-developed buyer personas — profiles of the basic types of individuals you are targeting. Your buyer personas tell you: Who is your audience? What are their needs, problems and values? And how best can you reach them?Simply developing buyer personas is not enough, of course. Once you create them, you use them as reference points for your content writing.
SEO has changed dramatically in the past few years, resulting in drastic changes to SEO strategies. One of the biggest changes to emerge is the shift to high-quality content.Content has become crucial to a website or business’s credibility. The main focus is to create helpful and useful resources that will grab your audience’s attention and establish yourself as a credible source of information.
In part I of my four-part series about creating high-traffic, data-driven content, I discussed determining customer life-cycle stages, curating content, identifying voice and creating the right content for your audience. In this segment, we'll take a look at creating content surrounding trends and events.
Writing great content can be like playing a game of golf. (Really!)Just as you would approach any round of golf using the game's tried and true rules, you likewise can apply a reliable set of standards to writing content. When you want to enjoy the same success with writing that you have on the green, you can approach your content game with these important writing rules in mind.
Content is king! Content is king! Content is king!That cheer has arisen from every quarter of the Internet community like an army in a Game of Thrones episode greeting their Khaleesi.Content marketing has proven to be one of the most effective methods of reaching consumers and connecting brands with potential customers. We all love content marketing and content is the best thing since sliced bread and apple pie.Until you have to manage and schedule that content.
Blog traffic from organic sources (non-paid) can be a complete headache for both beginner bloggers and some more experienced bloggers who may have reached a traffic ceiling.Perhaps you are trying to enter an industry that is way too competitive, or maybe you are getting a good amount of visits from your years of blogging, but now you simply don’t have the same amount of time to put into promotion to gather more referrals. Maybe you have writer's block.
With the advent of smart technology (TV, cell phones and other portable devices), people are now more connected to each other than ever before. They can fast-forward ads, skip them or simply overlook them, making traditional marketing less effective by the minute. Therefore, marketers are now looking for a better way to interact with their consumers.Marketers now understand that it is time for content marketing to take its due place.What is Content Marketing.
Over the past few years, content has exploded on the web. Most businesses are struggling just to get in the race, much less keep up.Unfortunately, the ever-growing demand for content doesn‘t always result in the original quality the search engines (and users) are searching for. If you take liberties with the words of other websites, you may sink your own SEO.Here are some common issues you might have missed...and how to fix them.
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