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Megan Arevalo

How You Can Use Online Reviews To Enhance Your Business

Online Reviews

Editor’s note: A sideways step from our usual content. We all know how important online reviews are. This infographic is followed by an in-depth article. You can click on that link to skip the Infographic, if that’s your preference. All of the sources are attributed at the bottom of the infographic, which is by Websitebuilder.org.


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Alice Elliott

How Suitable Content Contributes Towards A More Readable Post

Suitable content

If you’ve read my previous posts in this series, you would now be experts in capturing and retaining your readers, and why you are writing your posts. However, any post’s main ingredient is what is written at its heart. And this shouldn’t be just a mass of words, it needs to be suitable content! You may succeed in attracting readers to


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Eleonora Zolotaryova

4 Simple Free SEO Study Resources For Content Marketers

Free SEO study resources

Content marketing and SEO are very interrelated. Every marketer is aware of this truth, as well as the fact that if you know the basics of SEO, you can success. However, not everyone is ready (or able) to allocate time to study it. This article will hopefully stimulate you to drop all excuses and increase


Robert Caruso

What Are Quality Metrics: How Will They Help You Convert?

Quality Metrics

In this article, Robert Caruso compares quantity metrics with quality metrics. Certainly one is easier. But it’s the other that will bring you conversions. This is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Quality v Quantity Metrics In the complex world of digital marketing, it seems that nothing is very easy. The


Shelly Kramer

The Benefits of a Long Form Content Strategy

consistent long form content

In this article, Shelly Kramer discusses the benefits of long form content, along with the warning that not all content fits this form. It is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Long Form Content In The ADD Era? These days, it seems like everyone has got something to say online—your business


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Alice Elliott

Curatti On Air: How The Power Of Commenting Benefits Bloggers

Curatti On Air: Alice Elliott

If you want to draw the right kind of attention to yourself in the blogosphere, the best way to go about it is to comment on other blogs. That’s why when I participated in this Curatti On Air Interview (see below) I was extremely keen to talk about commenting (as well as other aspects of blogging): In the


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Andy Capaloff

Follow Links in Sponsored Posts: Why You Should Resist The Money

Follow Links v Nofollow Links

I’ll keep this article as concise and informative as possible. If you have a blog with decent traffic, chances are, you will receive inquiries for sponsored content. Some of these solicitations will include the demand that you include follow links (sometimes called ‘dofollow links’). It can surely be tempting to accede to this requirement and


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Ashley Faulkes

4 Unusual Ways To Boost Your Website SEO

Website SEO

There are so many things you could do on your website to get more visitors and traffic, but you don’t always know what they are! Well, you are in luck. In this post I am going to show you 4 surprising ways you can get more traffic to your website and impress your visitors at


John Jantsch

The Importance of Great Storytelling In Your Web Design

Storytelling

Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. In this article, John Jantsch reminds us that no website can be complete without great storytelling. Your Website must tell a story Your website is the hub of your online presence – period. (Well, maybe that’s not exactly true from you right now, but it


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Ruchika Sharma

Your Complete Content Plan Part 1: Keyword Research

Keyword Research

As a Content Marketer working with a web push platform, at the beginning of every month, I encounter the trickiest part of my job – creating my monthly content plan. As much as I loved content marketing, I hated formulating my Content Plan. It was a nightmare for me! However, this one thing serves as


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