Reading Time: 3 minutes As part of an overall search strategy, we used to have companies focus on recent, frequent, and relevant content driven by keywords that could increase organic ranking and conversions. Writing numerous short articles is one of those bits of advice that we’ve abandoned in recent years. There are a few reasons why: Deep content – search engines rank by the popularity of content, period. Popularity is based on quality, and so it’s not a surprise
Reading Time: 3 minutes There’s plenty of articles out there already on how terrible most content is. And there are millions of articles on how to write great content. However, I don’t believe either type of article is especially helpful. I believe the root of poor content that doesn’t perform is just one factor – poor research. Poorly researching the topic, the audience, the goals, the competition, etc. is resulting in terrible content that lacks the elements necessary to
Reading Time: 2 minutes Most of the companies who come to us for social media assistance look at social media as a publishing and acquisition channel, severely limiting their ability to grow their brand’s awareness, authority, and conversions online. There’s so much more to social media, including listening to your customers and competitors, expanding your network, and growing the authority your people and brand have online. If you limit yourself to just publishing and expecting a sale here and
Reading Time: 4 minutes With a decade of helping companies grow their businesses online, we’ve solidified the processes that ensure success. More often than not, we find that companies struggle with their digital marketing because they attempt to jump directly into execution rather than taking the necessary steps. Digital Marketing Transformation Marketing transformation is synonymous with digital transformation. In a Data Study from PointSource – Executing Digital Transformation – data collected from 300 decision-makers in Marketing, IT, and Operations points
Reading Time: 2 minutes You’ve heard the saying everywhere, Content is King. I don’t believe that’s changed, nor do I believe it ever will. Whether it’s companies writing about their products and services, earned media outlets writing about them, shared media outlets sharing them, paid media outlets promoting them… it’s content that drives influence, authority, and purchase decisions. The problem comes when everyone is under the belief that their content is king. Let’s be honest, most content is terrible.