The marketing world is continuously growing. In order for marketers to maintain an edge in the industry, they must keep up with their skillsets. From strong communication and data analytics skills to formulating strategic marketing plans, marketers must know how to reach their audiences with the right messages, track success with the right metrics and obtain leads by utilizing the most up-to-date marketing strategies.
Whether you're creating a content strategy from scratch or re-evaluating your existing one, performing a content audit can be a daunting task. You may even be asking, "What is a content audit?" and "Why do I need one?"
Storytelling can be a powerful tool. In our personal and both professional lives, we can use storytelling to create and maintain connections. Storytelling can also be a powerful tool when creating marketing content for your business.
In Blair's previous blog you learned how to find the right audience for your content. Once you've determined your audience, it's time to develop the content. Content can sometimes be tricky. What you think may be important and what your audience wants to hear may be completely different.
Great social media content is only as good as the plan that you create to support it. But where do you begin and what should you consider when creating the perfect social media plan?
These days, marketing is all about excellent content. Companies are told to push relevant, helpful blog posts and social media activity that makes their products seem more valuable to potential customers.
You've created terrific content for your webpage and you're ready to share it with the world. This is great, but how do you get your content found by your target audience? The key to having your content found is through optimization. Optimizing your page allows for search engine users to find the content that is most relevant to them and gets your content seen. Here are four helpful steps to optimizing your webpage.
Websites are, in many cases, the first impression that people will have of you and your organization. It is 2017 and most everyone has an online presence, but is your presence sending the right messages, and is it directing your readers’ attention where you want them to go?