Do you like a side serving of science with your SEO content tips? If so, Search Engine Land’s periodic table of SEO success factors makes for an interesting read. It’s not so much science, more SEO tips presented in a ‘sciencey’ kind of way, but it does tell you all you need to know about the importance of kick-ass content. As you can see, the very first element on this periodic table is quality content, which shows just what a huge impact it can have on your search engine rankings. In fact, creating good content is probably the most important off-page SEO factor there is.Creating good content is probably the most important off-page SEO factor there is. Click To Tweet
Across today’s digital landscape, there are blogs designed specifically for male and female readership. Outlets like Bustle and Refinery29 caters heavily to a predominantly female audience, whereas Thrillist generally addresses a male demographic.
But male-dominated sites, and even sites that consider themselves gender neutral like the Infatuation and The Points Guy, should consider adding more female-driven content to their overall editorial strategies.
Why is it so important to create more inclusive content that sparks female readership and engagement? Well, in addition to men and women gravitating toward different types of online content, men and women also behave differently after reading content that resonates. 76% of women use social networking.Why is it important to create content that sparks female readership and engagement? Find out here: Click To Tweet
Are you a successful blogger looking for ways to monetize your web traffic? If you do not see the results you want from display ads, affiliate marketing, or influencer opportunities, then you may want to consider selling goods or services on your blog.
As a blogger, you know how to get eyes on your content. Unfortunately, you might not be as comfortable with selling. Don’t worry; you don’t need to be an SEO ninja or savvy salesperson to succeed with a blog store. Here are six tips to help you get started with selling on your blog. [Read more…]
Mobile technology has grown rapidly over the last few years. Today, 94% of the US population has a smartphone. That’s a big number, especially when you consider that only 73% of US citizens have access to a home computer. In 2017, those numbers are predicted to get even farther apart.
Bloggers who choose to invest in mobile technology, even if it’s a small investment, will see the benefits. In fact, this year is predicted to be the year that we see a significant number of bloggers, large and small, make the shift to a focus on mobile. [Read more…]
Perhaps one of the biggest buzzphrases in the world of content marketing seems to be, “SEO content writing.” Of course, it’s important to make sure search engines can index your website, but your content needs to appeal to people as well.
A product demo video is simple, in theory, but pulling off a successful demo video is more nuanced than you might imagine. While every product is different, there are some key elements that can, universally, make your product video more appealing and more convincing to the masses.
So what are the key features that make a product demo video successful? [Read more…]
Running a successful blog requires more than just knowing how to write content and how to communicate with your readers. In fact, many successful bloggers might say that the ‘technical part’ of their project probably had a bigger impact on their success compared to the content they provided to their visitors. Regardless what sort of blog you are hosting, there is one thing for certain – as you gain more popularity, you’ll need to revise your hosting plan and consider paying more for better services and hardware resources. But what is the best money can get? The answer to this question is, surprisingly, quite simple – dedicated server hosting. [Read more…]
If the goal of your blog is to strike a chord with as many people as possible, you’re probably spending a lot of time researching which topics and subject matters are best. Well, if you’re launching a blog in the near future, there are a few topics that are all-but guaranteed to produce results.
Five Topics the Internet is Ravenously Consuming
You may think that everyone is unique and has their own personal preferences, but the truth is that people raised in the midst of similar circumstances will ultimately cling to the same things. Sure, we all have our own unique differences, but we all spend time thinking about and talking about common topics when it’s all said and done. [Read more…]
Give your audience that content that they need first, so they’ll come to you — that’s the gist of content marketing.
It’s a pretty solid strategy, really. After all, its premise is about providing value to your audience, and not forcibly shoving your products down their throats.
While the concept is already fantastic in itself, to the point where one would think that it is already complete, there are technological advancements, new techniques, and new tools that are being introduced time after time that would often lead to the improvement of the strategy. [Read more…]
Darkstore, a new same-day delivery service in California, is aiming to provide producers with an alternative to firms such as Wal-Mart and Amazon. The company is hoping it’s ability to put marketing and sales data back in the hands of producers will prove an alluring aspect of its new service.
Darkstore was founded by entrepreneur Lee Hnetinka in San Francisco in May of 2016 by entrepreneur Lee Hnetinka. Since its inception, the firm has expanded to include major hubs in New York and Phoenix. The firm provides same-day delivery for its partner companies in urban areas – third party storage facilities are used to store products and a range of shipping providers are contracted for deliveries. Darkstore views themselves as a next-generation solution for high-speed shipping. [Read more…]