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Content Marketing may be used by every business today, but this approach is never easy. For starters, you’ve got to have a lot of time and resources in your hand. In this post at Marketing Land, Contributor Ural Cebeci discusses strategies for crafting compelling content that gets your audience hooked and wanting more. At the end of the day, if itmuch worth doing, it is worth doing well, isn’t it?
Hitting the publish button only means that we already accepted the sad fate of our content. Updates are flooding the internet every second, so you are not expecting that your content will last, are you? In this post at Content Marketing Institute, save your content from its ultimate fate and learn these techniques to extend your content’s life from 18 minutes to forever.
Content Marketing is never easy from start to finish; you will have to know how to create content and make it a success, but what if it turns out to be a disaster? In this post at Entrepreneur, Mike Templeman shares the top reasons why campaigns fail. Learn about these and use it as a diagnostic tool for your marketing and give it the shot in the arm it requires.
Before we conclude this section for Content Marketing, an article about the recent presidential debate made it to our list! In this post at Contently, Jordan Teicher shares that as some of the best branded content from this month showed, some brands have done it just right.[su_note note_color=”#333″ text_color=”#fff”]
Content marketing isn’t easy. It requires time and resources that are often in short supply. Thus, when your brand finds a narrative that resonates with your target audience, it’s vital that you make the most of it. – Ural Cebeci
Bringing traffic to your site is not an easy task, and relying on the great content you are posting is a weak battle. In this post at HubSpot, Samantha Shannon shares seven tips to help boost a blog post’s organic ranking. Don’t let your time and energy be put into waste and learn these tips now.
In this post at ProBlogger, learn a new discovery about WordPress and increase your website’s ranking by focusing to your permalinks. This article will surely help if you have been struggling to choose the right URL structure as the best options for you and your site will also be discussed.
When companies heavily rely on email blasts, it creates fatigue with the audience. Commonly as what it is now, the audience will only perceive your emails as spam and eventually delete them. In this post at JeffBullas.com, learn how to avoid your emails to be treated as junks and use subject lines that can deliver your message to your audiences.[su_note note_color=”#333″ text_color=”#fff”]
Before diving into some nifty headline ideas, it is important to point out that you are not trying to manipulate your audience. Instead, you want to create email subjects that will entice them. The most effective subject lines will speak directly to the interests of the audience, using triggers that immediately grab their attention. – Aaron Agius
Having freelance writing as a career is not an easy feat, so you should not only focus on how great the writing of other are, but also where can you go for good paying freelance writing gigs. In this post at About Freelance Writing, learn about the 12 methods in which you can do to help you achieve your dream earnings.
It is different when you are writing for your blog compare to writing for someone’s business. It may seem simple to crack, but the execution actually takes most writers a lot of practice. In this post at Fullest Mom, learn few small tips on how to write for others.
In this post at The Financial Diet, Samantha Bubar shares the five things she learned from being a freelance writer that every writer should know. Sometimes it is not about how small or big the pay is, but the fulfillment writing brings.[su_note note_color=”#333″ text_color=”#fff”]
While writing content wasn’t the dreamy, romantic writing career I had in mind, and I don’t spend my nights sipping tea and feverishly scouring extensive research for my next novel, I do still enjoy writing. The paychecks don’t allow me to quit my full-time job and live on a yacht, but they do pay for my internet and my phone. They also allow me the freedom to put more towards retirement. Having that little bit of side income, on top of building my writing skills and my portfolio makes this leg of the journey worthwhile. – Samantha Bubar
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