*Warning this article assumes you have ZERO experience with internet marketing. It may seem basic to those who practice SEO but for those just starting out this article is invaluable!*
In today’s internet-based age, search engine optimization (SEO) plays a crucial role in the success of any online business. Anyone with a website can benefit from SEO, but if you’re new to it, you’ll need a primer for what it is and why it matters so much.
Almost everyone seems to own an internet-enabled smartphone these days, with millions of people owning more than one mobile device, including additional smartphones or tablet computers.
According to Internet technology company comScore, smartphones and tablets already accounted for 60% of the time spent using digital media by summer, 2014. Given the ubiquity of smartphones and Internet on the move, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that businesses also need to take mobile into account when reaching out to new customers.
Mobile marketing allows companies to tap into a much wider audience, but it is also important to remember that mobile works quite differently when compared to more traditional forms of media.
Over the last month we analyzed 600 popular blogs from various different niches that utilized an opt-in boxes as a way to build their email list.
We specifically looked at how blogs used opt-in forms on their inner pages, not on their main landing page. The reason for this is consistency, as most have the same blog framework to play with.
The aim was to see how blogs used their opt in forms and see if we could back up what we believe to be best practices with some real data.
Building a community and encouraging social interaction are key aspects of running a successful blog off the ground, these things can be difficult to establish. It can be very disheartening to work hard on your content, only to be greeted with the sound of crickets in the comments section.
While a lack of response may be discouraging, it’s important to realize that the vast majority of your readers will never leave a comment. These are the lurkers who may loyally read your content, but prefer to take a more passive approach when it comes to interacting with you.
Fortunately, there are still several ways to get more comments. In this guide, you’ll discover several techniques for motivating more people to leave their thoughts on your blog.
Do you sometimes ask yourself ‘why am I blogging’? Have you ever felt lost when deciding what to write next? Do you have no idea what your future plans are for your blog? These are the exact same questions I have been asking myself recently. Fortunately I came to an answer and if you read on, you may too.
A blogging path is something that has long eluded me. I’ve read about the importance of finding your niche but only truly come to appreciate it’s importance now. I’m currently in the process of creating a video course (that’s a sneak peak for you) that will teach bloggers and small businesses the importance of content marketing as well as practical solutions to get you started with a content marketing campaign.
Traffic is the lifeblood of any successful blog, and without it, your blog is doomed to fail. Which is why it’s smart to develop a traffic generation plan that ensures your blog receives a steady supply of new readers over time. This guide provides several tips for getting all of the traffic you’ll need to run a successful blog.
For small businesses Twitter is an invaluable marketing tool. One of the top social media platforms with a growing user base of over 250 million, effective Twitter marketing is now just as important to marketing strategies as traditional TV ads and web banners. With the right strategy, Twitter has the potential to help people find your company, advertise your offerings, establish credibility, create relationships, improve customer relations and ultimately help your business prosper.
Are you looking for some easy ways to reduce your time spent sending and reading emails daily? Don’t you wish there were shortcuts for some of the most used features of your email provider? Read on to find out how some simple changes can make the world of difference.
Writing great content can be hard, especially if you don’t follow a framework for each post. Nothing is harder than getting the first words down on a page. Below I show you a step-by-step approach to writing great blog posts that your visitors will want to read and share.
7 months have passed since we opened our eMoneyUnion account. Due to the excellent performance I have seen I added an extra £500 into the fund on month 6.