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There’s not much point in creating content if it has no objective. Just because you need to avoid the hard-sell (otherwise you’re just writing sales copy to be frank), you still want your content to produce results.
Web designers and SEOs don’t always see eye-to-eye, which is why Ade Lewis from Teapot Creative takes a look at what the two disciplines can learn from each other. Can’t we all just get along?
With over 120 amazing volunteers (and you!) I’m attempting to reach the Amazon Top 100 with the digital version of my book “Free Stuff Everyday”. We hope to explore the power of crowd sourced viral marketing and to see if a self published author can reach the Amazon charts with a little help from his friends.
Us English love a good moan; the weather’s too hot, the weather’s too cold, summer’s over already, the banks have ruined the economy, etc. I confess I also partake in a good old whinge on an increasingly frequent basis as the years tick by.
Alongside the big toys such as MajesticSEO, LinkRisk and Screaming Frog there are several lesser known but super useful web tools and extensions that will make your digital marketing life easier. Of course, they won’t do the job for you but they will certainly help you do it faster and in a more efficient way.
For many business owners, making a steady profit is the main focus when it comes to paid search campaigns, but it can always be improved upon. Be it with more profitable investments or cutting the costs of current ones to increase the margin.
If you expect your content to go viral or at least get the traffic you want without doing anything apart from pressing the ‘Publish’ button, you’re wrong. There are many ways to help people find your content – social media is the preferred method, but bookmarking is still useful, if used correctly.
Say hello to the recycle bin! After placing a listing on a guest blog site as an experiment, whilst some responses were great, around 80% of the guest blog requests I received went straight in the bin. Mistakes ranged from simple errors, to downright laziness and even potential lawsuits. Today I look at the worst offenders and what they should have done better.