Running a blog on your business website is an excellent way to draw attention to your brand’s products and services. Unfortunately, if you don’t produce relevant “pillar content” that captures your audience, you won’t go very far.
As seasoned content marketers, we’d like to believe that we can magically teleport ideas to the screen, ready to publish. We want to be as prolific as George R. R. Martin and produce volumes of engaging content, with readers hanging on our every word. But sometimes, with our favorite font at the ready, and a perfectly calibrated Retina display, we sit down to create, and… nothing. Just a blinking cursor reminding us that time is passing by. No matter how well-intentioned we are, there are times when the inspiration well runs dry, and everything grinds to a halt. If this has happened to you, you know how frustrating it can be.
We’ve all heard the phrase: content is king. What that phrase translates to is that creating engaging, authentic and useful copy is a crucial element of your company’s marketing strategy. But not all content is effective. In fact, writing copy for your company’s website is not as easy as it sounds. It takes time, thought, effort and practice to develop copy that will increase your site’s conversion rates. It is a difficult skill and one that takes time to master. Here are six tips to help improve your company’s content marketing best practices that will help to improve low online conversion:
Digital marketing has become the lifeblood of modern businesses. In the era of e-commerce and social media, a new marketing strategy called “inbound” has taken several industries by storm. If you don’t already know what inbound marketing is, keep reading.
We’re almost halfway through 2018, which means it’s time to reflect on all of those trend pieces we read back in January.
Over the years, Google has cemented its place as the top search engine in the world, with over 3.5 billion searches a day.