Welcome to ‘The Wrap’ where we make every effort to bring you the most up to date posts on inbound marketing that we believe are the cream of the crop. We are committed to bringing you the latest and greatest information that may add value to your business.
In today’s installment of ‘The Wrap’, there are plenty of worthwhile goodies to munch on including effective blogging and writing quality content even when you think you suck at it.
You will learn how to get your content marketing on track with the smallest of budgets, how to find great blog topics, and how to get people to share the written content you have spent so much time and effort on.
There are also some great techniques and tips on SEO and CRO, and you will learn more about social media marketing trends and the tools that will help you in your business.
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High quality content is what we’re all after and in this post, Midge Hand, Copyblogger Certified Content Marketer and a regular columnist on web related topics, shares some valuable insights on writing high quality content to grow your online business organically.
If you’ve ever had the feeling you are spending hours and hours creating content and nobody is listening check Google Analytics for proof. To get the most out of the time you invest in creating content and to offer value to your customer, connecting with your audience and making them aware that you are there to help them is where you will get the best results.
If you think you suck at writing and you hate the thought of sitting down and writing for your business blog, Sujan Patel shares some top-notch tips on how to create great content even if you think you’re a terrible writer.
If your content marketing budget is limited, Michael Brenner, Head of Strategy for NewsCred, shares some valuable and very useful tips in his post on how to effectively produce the right content for your audience with any size budget and for any size business.
In this post, Steve Rayson reveals some key insights into the correlation between social shares and inbound links.
Understanding why people share and link to content is essential for both content marketers and SEO teams. Ideally we want to create content that is amplified through both shares and links. My analysis of 10,000 posts suggests that some forms of content are very unlikely to acquire both shares and links.