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A Simple And Clear Intro On Content Marketing

A Simple And Clear Intro On Content Marketing
A Simple And Clear Intro On Content Marketing What is content marketing? The best way to promote your product and make it known amongst the right target audience is enroute content marketing.  Creating relevant and useful content spun around with your product or service serving as the focus point will yield the desired results within a short span of time. What would be the desired result? Of course, it is profitable customer action through undivided engagement. The information you provide must be comprehensive in supplying all the necessary details that will encourage the customer to make his buying decision without an iota of doubt in his mind. Your product/service should always aim at offering a holistic solution in the long run rather being a temporary relief measure. Why Content Marketing? It is but mandatory to create a website that speaks for your product or service and helps the business to sell by itself. So, what are the elements that you should focus upon while creating this online tool that will attract thousands of audience? BLOG – Do have a blog for your website. Concentrate on quality as well as quantity. More the content, more the traffic. SEO- This is the most important entity when it comes to better search engine ranking. You have to showcase your presence in the market when the user types in the keyword while going for a product buy. Maintain a strict schedule for blogging – consistency is the key to survival. Encourage social sharing on your blog- original content always finds its way into the social media circle and once your content gets positive impressions, no looking back. Try to provide innovative information in your press release and don’t forget catchy headlines are good catches.   Ok now… What not to do? Don’t be too salesy…you know what I mean… try to impress the audience with your informative and educational content and do not explicitly promote your brand. Lead the buyer through all the goodness your product/service has to offer and let the buying decision be the natural choice. Tailor the content that will be an apt solution for the challenges and issues your target audience is facing rather than creating generalized information. I tell ya… it works like a charm. This can be done only after proper research on the interest and preferences of your target demographics. Though SEO is an integral part of the search engine rankings… “Keywords can definitely not become kings.” If you go overboard with keywords and not focus on the content, people will find it artificial and the message will not cut across. Don’t give monotonous content…develop a content marketing strategy with a right balance between text and visuals. Know what the audiences expect from you and give it consistently. There should be a natural flow in your content and the tone should match the mood of the prospective buyer. Digital Marketing Certification Training – Why this course ? Digital Marketing Industry Worth $62 Billion – The Wall Street Journal Demand for digital marketing professionals will rise by 38% every year – Mondo.com One of the hottest skill in the market – Inc Magazine   Google SEO : Improve your Website Ranking in Search Engine – Why this course ? You will find out new way of getting rank in the top of search result You will learn how to create safe back links Boost your website rank faster Latest Tricks and tips to understand the logic of search engine.  ...
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How To Create A Successful YouTube Channel

How To Create A Successful YouTube Channel
YouTube is no longer a mere source of entertainment; it has matured into a medium to promote businesses. The statistics from YouTube show that more than 1 billion unique visitors use the site every month and more than 6 billion hours of videos are watched each month. The number has increased by 50% in one year. And that’s not all; 100 hours of videos are uploaded every minute on YouTube. Start with asking yourself some basic questions: 1. Why do I start? Am I passionate about this topic? Before uploading your first YouTube video, you need to understand why you’re creating a channel in the first place. Is it to make money with AdSense, or to perhaps create a future book deal? Is it aimed only at financial gains? Or is it a way to indulge a hobby of yours? Whatever the reason for starting a YouTube channel, make sure you understand your viewers’ expectations and what your “success” should look like. That will give you a goal to strive towards, and will further encourage and push you to reach that goal as a vlogger on YouTube. 2. Who will watch my videos? In order to make your YouTube channel a success, you need to know your viewers and subscribers. This means getting to know your “target audience” (or those who’ll be interested in watching your YouTube videos). It’s important to know what the interests of your potential viewers are. Once you are sure who your audience is, you can then create relevant and entertaining videos suited to satisfy their interests. And the more relevant that your videos are to your viewers, the more likely they’ll be interested in subscribing to your YouTube channel. 3. What type of content will I create? Be different. Be unique and original. Come up with a great idea and stick with it. YouTube views may pick up slowly, but targeting one particular niche, one sect of individuals, will go a whole lot further in the long run. It’s your channel. Make it something that identifies with you. It’s important to recognize that being really successful on YouTube isn’t easy. There will be setbacks. There will be failures. Those hoping to create a popular channel on YouTube need to be patient, persistent, and positive, and they need to keep their mind open to constant learning. 4. How to make my videos interesting? Open with a teaser: It is the first few seconds of the video, which can engage the viewers. Try to create a mystery and intrigue in the beginning of the videos. You can also introduce an interrupt, something that people do not expect in the video to engage them. 5. How to pick a unique name for my channel? The next order of business is to pick a channel name. Take some time with this. Your channel is going to stick around for awhile, so you want to pick a name that holds strong association to your brand and identity, something unique that people will remember you by. Once that’s done, it’s time to set up your profiles. In order to build your audience, you will need a social presence online. You most likely have this in the form of Facebook, Twitter, etc., but make sure you are active and that your user name is available on all of them. Let people know you are out there and willing to take the time to build brand and trustworthiness. Videos and YouTube Play a Huge Role in Social Media Marketing Clearly, YouTube (and other visual channels like Instagram) is playing an increasingly important role in social media, especially if you are targeting consumers. And frankly, it should be an automatic part...
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How to Start and Run a Profitable Blog – Part One

How to Start and Run a Profitable Blog – Part One
How to Start and Run a Profitable Blog – A Beginner’s Guide for Blogging I need to tell you that this is an out-an-out curated post but with all the juicy points for the benefit of bloggers. Too much information is always overwhelming, so let me get ya the creme de toppe’. What does it take to be a great blogger and a money maker as well? Well, there are many strategic viewpoints and suggestions from pioneer blogging experts which makes your work simple. You have to be sure about your plans for the blog – niche, target audience, business model, social media promotions, social media scheduling, content marketing and many more… Don’t you worry… There is a set template for every kind of blog and all kinds of blogging activities. You have to just follow through but ofcourse infuse it with your own creativity. So, Shall we….. The number one factor is to set your specific goals. 1. Create Strategic and Well-defined Blog Goals If you started your blog with a loosely defined plan, then what you have is an erratic content strategy at best. Without clarity in direction, mission and strategic goals, you’ll limp along. Want to create your blogging goals? Start with this goal setting worksheet. Important Blog Questions to Answer 1. What is the very purpose you want to blog? The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Blog 2. What will a blog do for your business or what has it done so far? Look down the road – 3, 6, 9 months. A Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Blog: 50 Essential Tips and Tricks 3. Who will read your blog? Be specific about your reader and potential customer. How to Define Your Target Audience 4. How will you stay consistent? Who will help you achieve your blogging goals? It is always better to start a blog as a joint venture with a like minded partner if you just want to focus on content creation. The other person can be your technology and marketing partner. Sounds good right… 5 Essential WordPress Tips for Beginners 5. How does a blog support your current marketing efforts? 33 Ways To Market Your Blog 6. What’s your writing style? Are you serious, straightforward, funny, data driven, silly, witty? 50 No-Fluff, Content-Rich Blog Post Ideas 7. What will your marketing funnel look like? e.g. How will your blog create business opportunities and drive sales? How to Make Money Blogging So, these are the baby steps you have to take and be cautious about. Take one step at a time but in a well-planned manner. In due course, you will master the process and start enjoying when people respond to your posts. Happy to announce that we accept guest posts on  Social Media Management and Blogging Tips. See to it that the post has atleast 400 words and a byline for author with a link at the end. Better the content be original and No spamming pl. Send your posts to [email protected] with Subject Line: “Guest Post on SMM” or “Guest Post on Blogging.” Admin’s decision is final and we will definitely let you know about the status of your post.  ...
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