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6 Writing Tips for SEO Friendly Content Marketing

Writing on the Web

Do you know how to write SEO-friendly content your readers will love? This week’s guest post by Christian Arno of Lingo24 shares 6 writing tips for writing online content that works for both readers and search engines. Do you litter your blog writing and web pages with keywords so the search engine spiders can find you? Make sure you’re aware of your essential keywords before you start writing on your blog, as trying to slot them neatly into finished copy could prove to be a tricky task. Blog this on Blogger. Both, of course. Embrace the list.

How to Design Content Remarketing Campaigns That Actually Work

Hubspot

You know content marketing works, so you''ve been plugging away at blog posts, ebooks, and other valuable, educational content for your potential customers. And people come -- they find your content in search results and in their social media feeds. Creating Killer Content Remarketing Ads. The High Clickthrough Rate Game for Content Remarketing. Gender?

8 Ways to Improve Your Online Content Marketing

Synecore

It’s 2016, and the digital tsunami rages on, drenching us all in a virtual deluge of online content and forcing companies of all sizes and industry segments to contribute to the endless content flow or be mercilessly drowned out by the competition. In the midst of such a content cataract, the question on everyone’s mind is numbingly simple but profoundly important: how do I improve my online content marketing? To survive and thrive in the digital age, we all know that brands need to develop personalized online content that connects with their customer base.

Why Every Business Should Have a Blog

WindMill Networking

Is a business blog right for your business? If your business – local or worldwide, small or large – does not have a blog, then make that one of your online marketing goals for this year. In this post, we’re going to look at how to determine if your business needs a blog and the benefits of having one. Photo credit: inju).

The Ultimate Dictionary of Marketing Terms You Should Know

Hubspot

Here on the HubSpot blog, we’ve written glossary-themed posts that cover some of the core components of inbound marketing. We've covered social media terms , content marketing terms , smarketing terms , email marketing terms , website optimization terms. Learn more about how marketers can use APIs here. B. 4) B2B (Business-to-Business). 18) Content. 12) CAN-SPAM.

19 New Featured Sources on the B2B Marketing Zone

Webbiquity

the BMZ) was officially launched a year ago as the first content aggregation hub for leading business-to-business bloggers. It provides b2b marketers, trade industry journalists, analysts and other subscribers with a single subscription point for all of the best thought leadership content in b2b marketing and PR. Should You Use Foursquare for Your Business?

How to REALLY Increase B2B Blog Traffic

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PWB Marketing Blog Demand Generation | Branding | New Media Skip to content PWB HOME ABOUT OUR TEAM BUILD A BRAND GENERATE DEMAND BLOG HOME ← How To Create B2B Content Your Prospects REALLY Want How to REALLY Increase B2B Blog Traffic Posted on 08/31/2011 by Chad Wiebesick Good content isn’t enough for a blog. You also need traffic. Cheers!

How to Optimize a Blog Post (No SEO Wizard’s Hat Required)

Marketing Action

One of the biggest reasons companies start a business blog is to drive more search engine traffic to their site. But as you know, “if you build it, they will come” is not a smart business strategy. You can pour thousands of dollars and dozens of posts into a company blog only to see it sit silent. Here’s how to write a (nearly) perfectly optimized blog post: 1.

11 Signs Your Business is in Dire Need of Blogging

Writtent

Does it feel like your business is stuck in a bit of a marketing rut? The solution to your problem might be business blogging – or creating more content if you’re already on it. If you’re not convinced that your company stands to benefit, here are 11 surefire signs that you desperately need to start business blogging: 1. Blogging Company News

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Stop Blogging – Start Thinking…

WindMill Networking

Chances are if you’ve attended any seminars in the last few years on leveraging new technology, social media, and the mighty power of the Internet, you’ve been told that you and your business must blog. Chances are, you’ve also been told just how easy it is to start a blog and that a monkey can do it. BloggingMost of us do, past middle school anyway. Would you read you?

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77 (of the) Best SEO Blog Posts and Articles of 2009

Webbiquity

For that majority just trying to produce quality content and get it fairly ranked through legitimate practices, here are some of the best articles and blog posts from last year on various aspects of SEO. The posts and articles are divided into six categories: SEO Guides, Tips and Tactics; SEO Tools; SEO Link Building; SEO Keyword Research; SEO Keyword Tools; and Local Search Tips, Tactics and Tools. SEO Guides, Tips and Tactics. Tips and tools for measuring your SEO strength by iMedia Connection. The Importance of Business Blogging by SEO Wizardry.

Best of 2009 (So Far): Blogging for Business, Part 2

WebMarketCentral

How can you keep generating fresh ideas for blog posts? Use email to extend the reach of your blog? And most importantly, use a company blog to drive real business results? Find the answers to these questions and others here in more of the best articles and blog posts on business blogging so far this year. Tags: Blogging for Business

Best of 2008: Blogging for Business, Part 3

WebMarketCentral

How can generate more targeted traffic to your blog? Find the answers to these questions and others here in WebMarketCentral's final list of the best posts on business blogging from the last year. You're representing your business. Content Marketing: How do you write to entertain readers? Tags: Blogging for Business about your organization?

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How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog

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Online Marketing Blog TopRank’s internet marketing blog on the intersection of digital PR, social and search engine marketing. Home About Resources Archives Subscribe Consulting Contact How NOT to pitch a blog 29 Comments | Posted by Lee Odden on Aug 29th, 2007 in Blog Marketing , Blogging , Online Marketing , Online PR In the past I’ve written about blogger relations offering tips on how marketers or PR professionals ought to present their story ideas to bloggers. There is no editorial calendar or story board in place with 99% of blogs.

Best of 2008: Blogging for Business, Part 1

WebMarketCentral

What are some of the most effective ways to attract more readers to your blog? Find ideas for helpful blog posts? Assure you're utilizing blogging best practices? Learn all of that in more in some of the best posts from the last year on blogging for business. Also a great complementary post to the Seven Deadly Sins of Blogging previously published here.

Top 37 B2B Marketing Posts and Hot Topics August 2010

B2B Marketing Zone Posts

Traffic numbers may have been down in August, but the quality of blog posts certainly wasn’t.  If you were on vacation like me, you might have missed some of these great posts.  report from McKinsey on tech-enabled business trends to watch and thought it was important enough to summarize for our community.  And it’s become an imperative point of presence for businesses (or has it ?). Facebook Marketing Tips and Tactics. What Goal is Your Marketing Content Achieving? quot; That advice holds true today for B2B marketing content. Original content.

Albert Lasker : The Original Mad Man

Manhattan Marketing Maven

Home About Pushing Social #FF Gratitude Journal 4 My Tweeps Archives Contact Subscribe Pushing Social The Most Powerful Blogging Tool (Ever) by Stanford on September 14, 2010 Spread it! Share Email This This is Part 6 Of the Fascinate Series inspired by Sally Hogshead’s sensational book “Fascinate” Trust and blogging go together like peas and carrots. Are you consistent and reliable?