Posts Tagged Marketing

Reasons to Future Proof Your E-Commerce Website

Written by Ruth Hawk

Your e-commerce website is your company’s lifeblood. Through it, you earn the sales, brand recognition, and customers you need to thrive as a business. And that means that you cannot be satisfied with simply creating a look that looks and works great today. Called future proofing a website, taking steps to ensure that your site continues to keep up is important. Here are just a few reasons to build a site that is prepared to wow visitors, not just now but over the long term.

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4 Digital Marketing Trends to Watch for in 2018

Written by Phillip Smith

If you are looking to stay ahead of your competitors, it is important to prepare for and anticipate any upcoming trends that may change the digital marketing landscape. Luckily for you, we have done some research that might help you in your quest for better digital marketing in the year 2018.

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7 Tips for Creating Compelling Content

Written by Ruth Hawk

Compelling content is critical to a successful content marketing campaign. Writing material that will interest and educate your audience will help you to position your company as one that can be trusted with their industry related questions, concerns, and business. Here are 7 tips to help you more easily create this kind of material for your content marketing campaign.

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Reasons to Repurpose Material for Your Content Marketing Campaigns

Written by Ruth Hawk

The goal of content marketing is to produce an abundance of rich, relevant material with which to engage your target audiences. However, obtaining this material and achieving these goals does not mean creating something entirely new very time your editorial calendar calls for the release of content. Repurposing content can actually benefit your campaign in a number of ways.

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Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing: 5 Main Differences

Written by Ruth Hawk

For businesses looking to build a robust marketing campaign to drive traffic and conversions at their websites, there are two main strategies available: Search engine optimization and search engine marketing (also known as pay per click or PPC marketing). These two approaches have some similarities. In fact, SEO and search engine marketing often work best when combined into a single campaign. However, in order to use SEO and PPC effectively, you also need to understand their unique differences. Here is a look both at how they differ and at how these differences can benefit your website.

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Outsourcing Website Content: 3 Questions Answered

Written by Ruth Hawk

If you feel ill equipped to produce consistent, high quality content for your website, you are not alone. In fact, 58 percent of marketers feel uncertain about their ability to produce high quality content.It is this lack of time and ability that has led to the popularity of outsourcing website content. Today, only about one-quarter of marketers keep all of their content creation in-house. To help you envision how outsourcing website content can actually benefit your brand and your business, here are the answers to 5 common questions about outsourced content and its advantages for small businesses.

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