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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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Digital Marketing Quotes 50

Digital Marketing Quotes 50
Digital Marketing Quotes 50 You call it Digital marketing, Content Marketing, Social-Media Marketing or Online Marketing; all boils down to “I want more traffic. I want to get noticed, I want more sales, I want more conversions.” Social media marketers and strategists are sure about two things. One is to focus on the emotional component of your target demographic, to understand their wanton and preferences and two to satisfy search engines through quality content and engagement. Can you strike a deal? The following digital marketing quotes have been compiled intending to give a clear picture about the current trends in digital marketing that may help newbies to understand the “What is What” of online marketing. Afterall quotes are sayings with experience and value attached to them. “As you go about creating new customer engagement programs and direct marketing packages for your brand, look for opportunities to give rather than to get. Whoever makes the first kind gesture, as studies show, tends to gain the most.” Jeanette McMurtry “Innovation needs to be part of your culture. Consumers are transforming faster than we are, and if we dont catch up, we’re in trouble.” Ian Schafer “We want to know what consumers are looking for, what their values are, and how can we meet their needs. It’s not just about Big Data; it’s about translating that into the truth.” Gayle Fuguitt “Dont say anything online that you wouldn’t want plastered on a billboard with your face (or logo) on it.” Erin Bury “To accompany the four Ps of classical marketing, marketers would do well to instil the digital four Cs, around conversation, collaboration, culture and compensation.” Zaid Al-Zaidy “Authenticity, honesty, and personal voice underlie much of what’s successful on the Web.” Rick Levine “It’s much easier to double your business by doubling your conversion rate than by doubling your traffic.” Jeff Eisenberg “Meaningful relationships are two-way, and that means constantly looking for ways to improve your customers lives.” Peter Friedman “Too often we tend to think of change in a very singular mindset, technology. But technology is not the real issue, not the root cause. It’s an effect, for sure… [but] the real driver of societal change is society itself, not your smartphone.” John Hayes, CMO at American Express, on how marketers interpret changes in what customers want “The data comes into the room from many sources, and you have to use that data like a modern-day orchestra leader, blending the inputs in real time in a combination that is as much an art as a science.” Louis Paskalis “On a broad scale, I see seo becoming a normalized marketing tactic, the same way TV, radio, and print are traditionally thought of as marketing tactics.” Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager, Bing “The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines.”  Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG “Social is the way our work gets discovered. Content that is truly exceptional, unique, and useful can earn tremendous awareness through social media, and that social amplification often leads to great links, which leads to great rankings.” Rand Fishkin, CEO/Co-Founder, Moz “We should be thinking about social and search as channels that need a unified approach, because the best content should appeal to both channels and the cross-over benefits/economies of scale are potentially huge.” Will Critchlow, Founder, Distilled, Inc. “Social media is about connecting with customers in a meaningful way – a way the customer determines is meaningful.” Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager, Bing “Companies are rushing headlong into content today, and rightly so. It’s a battle to get noticed online amidst the noise and crowds.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG “A company that builds a loyal social following has a built-in army...
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Digital Marketing is the Future

Digital Marketing is the Future
Digital Marketing: A Small Business Guide Disclaimer: This content is curated and since information related to digital marketing is available aplenty on the Internet, I thought of compiling data in a sequential and comprehensive manner for the benefit of the readers. You will find a wealth of information on content marketing, email marketing, PPC, social media marketing and SEO. Lot of interesting images from Pinterest have been supplemented for the benefit of my audience. One of the easiest, fastest and cheapest ways for businesses to reach consumers today is via the Internet. Digital marketing, also known as Internet or online marketing, is quickly replacing print, television and radio advertisement as the marketing approach of choice for businesses of all sizes. Recent research revealed that 1 in 4 of every business-advertising dollar is dedicated to Internet marketing.  Digital marketing uses internet connected devices such as smart phones, laptops and tablets to engage customers online via technologies such as web and email in conjunction with digital customer data such as characteristics and behaviour. Channels include display advertising, search engine optimisation (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM). It also includes email, RSS, blogging, podcasting, video streams, social networks and instant response messaging.  If you are looking for an edge over your competitors, a digital marketing strategy can provide many benefits to today’s savvy business owner. Top Benefits of Digital Marketing for Small Business Instant access: Wide reach to internet users in a single click. Cost effective: A well planned and targeted digital marketing campaign can help your business reach your target audience at a lower cost compared to traditional marketing tactics. Open 24/7: Your website is available to your target audience 24/7. Increase customer retention and loyalty: Engage with your customers in a more personalised way when you advertise your products and services. Community building and reputation: Social media provides the perfect platform to build customer loyalty and build strong online reputation. Research: Provides the possibility for an immediate response and feedback from today’s connected consumer. It’s measureable: Track your online campaign’s success in real time. Digital Marketing Channels or Campaigns Online marketing doesn’t only revolve around your website. Although this is an important part of it, you should be aware of other channels that will aid your digital marketing strategy. Whether you’re looking at low budget or blow–the- budget campaigns, these forms of digital marketing are ideal for small businesses as you can adapt your activity to suit your financial situation:  1. Content marketing Your website is a powerful tool within your marketing strategy. Most of the time this is where you will be directing your customers to when you engage with them so it’s important to ensure you have interesting content to keep your customers on the site for longer. Start by keeping an interesting blog so that you can share relevant content with your customers and draw them to your site.  With new technologies, more people are reading content on their mobile phones and tablets than ever before. It’s important to ensure your website is easy to browse and interact with on these different devices so that customers can have a good user experience on the move. 2. Search engine marketing Stay ahead of your competitors by driving traffic to your website using Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). It works by optimising your site to increase its organic ranking in search engine results (for example how high up you would appear in a search list on Google), so that customers will be more likely to visit your site. Search engine marketing focuses on improving your ranking using specific methods such as improving your use of keywords (words and phrases relevant...
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