Creating content may feel like a one way street. Composing content for your company’s website, writing blog posts, and social media updates become a lot of work and require a lot of thought to create creative content. However, communication is about two parties: a writer and a reader, or a speaker and a listener. To get your message across, you need to understand who you’re writing for or who you’re talking to. Henneke Duistermaat, writer for KISSmetrics, shares useful steps on how to spark interest and engagement with your brand’s voice.
Carly Stec, writer for IMPACT describes the benefits from your business’s “About Us” page on your website can have for your marketing and sales. Stec says that often times, the About Us page is undervalued.
Today, the way we consume content is changing at a much faster pace than at any time in history.
Kelly Wrather, column writer for SearchEngineWatch.com provides an interesting approach how content marketing is like running in a relay race.
Call it organic marketing, call it inbound marketing or even content marketing — the practice of creating useful information to generate demand and attract an audience of buyers vs. buying ads to push messages out to them is one of the highest impact, low cost approaches to Internet marketing a business can take.
It’s no lie that blogging is a great Internet marketing and content marketing strategy to engage with your audience. What is the first step you take as you begin writing a blog post? Lots of people just like to start at the beginning — they stare down the blinking cursor until they’re suddenly inspired to write a clever introduction.
It’s no lie that there are many benefits of using content as a strategy to grow, engage and convert visitors into loyal customers. However, eCommerce companies don’t seem to be focused on a content strategy? Why is that? Because it can be very difficult. Unlike tactics such as keywords, PPC, or back linking, great content cannot be gained merely with a budget. Even if you try to outsource content to an agency, the reality is that no one understands your business and your customer like you do. This leaves your eCommerce company, with another task on the to-do list.