You may have started your SEO efforts on a local level initially; however, lately, you may have been thinking that it is time to expand and go global. If your business is at a point where you have done all that you can do on a relatively small scale, it is time to tap into other markets. There is literally a whole world out there for you to explore.
Many people think that marketing and selling are interchangeable, that it is just a different way to say the same thing. In fact, in many ways, marketing and selling are very different and require different skills and a very different approach. Of course they lead to the same end but the way that each approach progresses can be very different.
In the beginning of your content-sharing journey, you make a wonderful first impression with the quality of your content. Of course, over time, you will need to maintain that top quality. In order to accomplish that consistently, you will need to put your inhibitions aside and give your readers something really valuable.
It is very possible that many people are not familiar with the term “gated” when it comes to content marketing. There are advantages to using gated content under certain circumstances and it is important for you to understand when to use it and when it should not be used.
As a business owner, you are constantly thinking about new topics to write about and share with other people online. Even if you have amazing writing skills, it isn’t always easy to come up with ideas. However, there are some effective and important ways to communicate with your online connections and it is time to look at the benefits of both so that you can decide what works best for your business.
We know what landing pages are, but do we remember to review them or refresh them? Possibly, the idea of creating or updating the landing page(s) has slipped to the bottom of our virtual “to do” pile. If you are not using landing pages, it is time to add the creation of one (or more) to your list of things to do.