StumbleUpon is often an underutilized social media site. This Infographic will show how to use StumbleUpon to drive traffic. SU certainly has some moves.
Content repurposing is a handy content marketing technique. Each new piece of content can be promoted to bring in additional traffic. Link to the original content to give it a fresh life.
The Best Modern Content Repurposing Example: Marvel comics. Yes, that’s right.
In the 90’s most things on the web was text-based; it’s not the case today. Consumers have a lot of options in this fast-moving world. The desire to keep moving has never been more prominent whether it is traffic on the road, fast food or even websites. Getting web users to your site is hard enough as is; it is even harder to keep them there.
Visual content rocks. They are easy to consume and digest. They also get the most social shares. Pinterest is a social media site completely dedicated to visual content and it is also the fastest growing social site. Why Visual Content Rocks? According to Neil Patel “It’s because the human brain processes visual data 60,000 times faster than plain text.
One of the most common link building tactics according to SEO super stars like Neil Patel, Rand Fishkin, Brian Dean et all is “GUEST BLOGGING”. There are plenty of other advantages of guest posting but let’s see how crowded the blogging world is and why you need to guest blog to be heard. Here are some WordPress Blog statistics…
There is a sea of information on link building tactics; some are from real experts and some are not. Here are 30 SEO link building tactics from the pros.
A few weeks back we published The Ultimate Content Publishing Checklist Infographic and wanted to take the next step and create a checklist for content marketing. Adam Connell from BloggingWizard has done that beautifully.
There are quite a few misconceptions about SEO, especially for a new blogger. We have covered some SEO tips from the best SEO experts here but wanted to give you a glimpse of what can cost you in terms of rankings.
Social media and marketing are two terms that are increasingly viewed as one and the same. In truth, while there is a certain segment of the user community that maintains their social media profiles purely for social reasons, an increasing majority of users also see social media as useful advertising tool.
Everyone needs dependable tools to get their job done. A painter needs paint brushes, paint, spray guns, rollers and a ladder. Similarly, bloggers and content marketers need tools that will produce the best results. Here is a curated list of 24 content marketers tools from content discovery, creation to delivery.