Allowing copywriters to create content purely for the reader rarely leads to a broad organic search presence for your domain. Most writers are taught in school to use synonyms rather than mentioning keywords 3+ times in the same piece, which is counterproductive to SEO. A good way around this is to allow an SEO specialist to edit all content for optimization after the copywriters are finished.
Look for exchanges that feature services that allow you to buy and sell the currencies without ever actually holding them. If you want to understand how to do this, look for an exchange that enables you to purchase “digital certificates” that represent the right to trade that particular currency. You then will be able to trade the certificate over the internet and have the certificate “trading” on your behalf. There is also an option to purchase only certain types of certificates, so that you can better maximize your profit margin.
Problem: I need to increase the volume of my organic search. Your audience can’t buy from you if they can’t find you, and today up to 93% of buying cycles start from a search engine. Additionally, according to Kuno Creative, 51% of content consumption derives from organic search, so content marketing is a great way to build organic awareness. When your valuable content ranks highly on search engines, or is shared widely on social networks, you’re building brand awareness at no cost, and since your content will only be shared when it’s relevant, your audience will be less inclined to tune it out.
You've written a blog post that has wide appeal beyond just your target audience. You test promotion of that blog post via a paid Facebook ad, and find that the CPC is lower than your typical paid expenditures, and is driving 40% more site traffic than those typical expenditures. Even so, when you turn off that budget you lose that traffic ... right? Right. But you still received a huge influx of traffic that, even if none of them convert to leads, might have spurred either inbound links or social shares -- both of which will help bolster your SEO.
"Ideation" is a marketing industry buzzword that describes the creative process of finding a subject, title and angle to write about; and ideation begins with analytics. Most ideation is done in a team setting, but freelance writers are usually on their own. Which is why it's helpful to know how professional marketing teams generate ideas. Before doing that, successful content writers need to:
When businesses pursue content marketing, the main focus should be the needs of the prospect or customer. Once a business has identified the customer's need, information can be presented in a variety of formats, including news, video, white papers, e-books, infographics, email newsletters, case studies, podcasts, how-to guides, question and answer articles, photos, blogs, etc. Most of these formats belong to the digital channel.
Theory #1: The mere act of publishing content on a regular basis does a lot of the "distribution" work for you -- if you consider search engines a distribution channel. (Which I do, considering how often people use them to find content.) If you create content on a regular basis that's informed by keyword research and optimized for search, Google takes care of the rest of your content distribution plan.
No matter who we’re writing for, or what sort of material it is, every content writer is a researcher first and a writer second. In nearly every case, the content writer will be dealing with a subject that he or she is not familiar with, and must do adequate research to ensure that all the information presented in his or her article is accurate, current, and doesn’t contradict the company’s existing messaging. Good research is the foundation of good content writing. And for those of you wondering, yes, this article is the rare exception to that rule – I actually knew this stuff already.
When you start to take your health into consideration, it is often a good idea to start looking at insurance to cover any risks that you may be facing. There are many reasons why insurance is important, but the most obvious is that you may need to pay for life or hospital expenses while you are away from home. When you find that there is a high chance that you will need the assistance of the health care system in the future, having insurance can help you recover financially.
At first thought to be honest. I thought that by offering 3 different courses and being biased to your favourite was a copywriting sales tactic to indirectly persuading the reader to purchase the 3 rd option (your fav) by quite masterfully staring options 1 and 2 are second and 3rd best and as we all know everyone wants the best, so naturally everyone will gravitate to the 3rd option. Maybe I’m reading to deep but well played if that was your intention (especially with “the closer” and you will get an additional 10% off the already low price. Anyway which course is right for me for what I am looking for as I stated earlier..thank you.
Let's say you're using PPC as your primary means of generating leads for your business. You need more leads, and decide to bid on the term "infographic generator" for $2 a click. At the end of your month-long campaign, you generated 1,000 leads and spent $10,000. Not bad. But what about next month? You have to spend $10,000 again. And again. And again. That is, if you want the leads to keep coming. In other words, when you turn the faucet of money off, leads stop coming out. The same concept applies with list purchasing, tradeshow marketing -- anything where you don't own the property from which leads are generated. Now let's contrast that experience against, say, blogging.
Another one of the advantages of the plan is that it can even help you live longer. As with other insurance, the idea behind life insurance is that if you have the funds, you will have enough in your account to pay for medical and hospital expenses in the event that you get sick. In fact, a variety of different types of insurance can be applied to this life plan, and it is important to know that different plans will work for different people.
Personally speaking, I’m not able to write for more than 20 minutes at a time. But to be honest, my attention span is quite short. At that point, I get up to take a walk, look at my Facebook timeline or make a cup of tea. Even a minute-long break can be enough to return to your writing with a fresh and renewed level of concentration and creativity.
We have the team. We have the technology. Now we have to actually start "doing" the content marketing. In this blog post, we can't cover every manner of sin when it comes to creating content, but we can go over 1) the types of content assets a content marketing team could be creating to demonstrate the breadth of the opportunities available to the content marketing team, and 2) who should be involved in creating those assets.
The proxy for content marketing in the following charts is "Attract", since content marketing is the top-of-the-funnel activity that attracts people to your business. "Convert" and "Close" refer to middle-of-the-funnel and bottom-of-the-funnel marketing activities, like email marketing, nurturing, sales enablement, marketing ops, conversion rate optimization, etc.
As he enters the decision stage Bob is ready to make a move. He originally wanted to handle his tax problem himself, but after thoroughly researching his options he’s decided to hire help. His neighbor had highly recommended a different firm, but after viewing your pricing page he clicks on your free consultation offer and reaches out to you. Congratulations on your new customer! Content marketing helped Bob to find your business, qualify him as an amazing lead, and easily close the deal because he had already made the decision to hire you based on your content and expertise.
The personal finance site Mint.com used content marketing, specifically their personal finance blog MintLife, to build an audience for a product they planned to sell. According to entrepreneur Sachin Rekhi, Mint.com concentrated on building the audience for MintLife "independent of the eventual Mint.com product." Content on the blog included how-to guides on paying for college, saving for a house, and getting out of debt. Other popular content included in-depth interviews and a series of financial disasters called "Trainwreck Tuesdays." The popularity of the site surged as did demand for the product. "Mint grew quickly enough to sell to Intuit for $170 million after three years in business. By 2013, the tool reached 10 million users, many of whom trusted Mint to handle their sensitive banking information because of the blog’s smart, helpful content."
Stock trading can be done in either a buy and hold strategy or a sell and short strategy. In the latter, the investor sells a stock when the price has fallen below a specific level and buys back the stock when the price rises above this level. This is generally an attractive option, particularly for the novice, as it allows for greater gains and is less risky than buying and holding.