When it comes to your website, you’d think your About page would be the easiest thing to write. After all, it’s all about you! Unfortunately, it’s often given a lot less attention than the rest of the site, which is a lost opportunity to forge a strong connection with your audience. Here’s how to create an About page that makes a lasting impression.
When it comes to marketing, inbound is in. Inbound marketing generates 54% more leads than paid marketing and costs 62% less per lead. For smaller businesses with limited marketing budgets, inbound is even more effective—84% of small businesses focus primarily on inbound marketing. Here's how to use inbound to build your business.
You've spent the time, money and effort to create a robust website that provides valuable content to your visitors. But when you don't keep that site stocked with fresh content, it can start to look stale and out of touch, and your search rankings can slip. Here's how you can keep your content cutting-edge with minimal time and effort.
So you’re redoing your website, launching a blog, or refining your marketing message and you want to make sure your online content is up to snuff. Great idea! But you probably already have some content on your website—how do you determine what content you have and what needs to be updated or created? That’s where a content audit comes in. A content audit should be the first step in your content strategy, because you can’t know what you need until you know what you have.
The first step into content marketing is often a blog. According to a 2016 study by the Content Marketing Institute, blogs are used by 81% of B2B companies and 77% of B2C. While blogs can be an extremely effective method of sharing information, connecting with customers, and driving traffic to your website, they aren’t the only way. Here are some other content formats to consider: