Search engine optimization (SEO) has become an essential part of any company’s digital marketing strategy. For those who are new to the game, SEO is a set of best practices and strategies that help your website rank higher in organic search results. The structure of your website can have a huge effect on whether or not it will reach its full potential in terms of SEO.
Human beings are visual creatures and visual content attracts attention. And attention drives website traffic. Which is why infographics are a great choice.
Just saying that visual content is powerful is simply stating the obvious. Pointing out that infographics, in particular, stand out among other various forms of content requires facts.
The most critical components of an effective website is not SEO or calls-to-action. The most important thing for your site is the user’s experience.
Anyone with a website wants visitors to their site. Businesses are especially motivated to increase website traffic since visitors can become customers. But how can you do that?
Not everyone who reads the blogs I've been writing is an expert yet. If you are a newbie, do you know if you are writing a blog that is used for a website? What does it become then?
Mike Clough in his post of June 28, 2010 ( http://bestbizpractices.org/2010/06/28/is-your-blog-really-a-blog/) clarified the question by saying, When a blog is used for website functions, it loses its value as a blog and in fact becomes just another website.
You have decided to add a blog as a marketing method. Youve looked at questions that help you focus what you want to say. But throughout all the studying you have done, you are not really sure what you are using blogging to accomplish.
Many companies use social media to connect with their customer by talking about what their company has been doing lately, information about their products and service and awards they have received. These companies have missed the boat.
Topics: marketing, Using Different Media, Marketing and Advertising, Customer, Company, information, Web content, blog, inbound marketing, Marketing Plan, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business, Blogging