We know how frustrating it may be to find a new idea for a blog post. However, we know how to stop staring at a blank blog page, scratching your head and trying to write a word.
This ebook is the first part in a series that will teach you to find inspiration and ideas everywhere. Feel free to share this with your colleagues and do not forget to share your tips in the comments; we will add the best into our feature editions.
Click the image below or here to download the full ebook and always have content ideas to make your visitors and search engines happy. Continue Reading >>
Bing makes its social sidebar even more useful. Starting today, you will see comments on a relevant Facebook post within the search results sidebar, as well as the ability to add your own, all without having to leave Bing. You can also “Like” a post directly from Bing. Go to www.bing.com and in the top, right corner of the page, connect your Facebook account to Bing to experience these new features.
Google blends both Google+ activity (+1s and shares) and search authorship to determine the best related content to show to users as they browse mobile website content. Recommendations can appear regardless of whether your visitors are signed in to Google. But when they are, they’ll see content that was +1’d or shared by the people in their circles. Continue Reading >>
Quora is all about building your authority on your industry topic and building relationships with people who share similar ideas and interests by answering questions. Quora can help you build your online reputation and guide prospects to discover you.
Your aim is to create an inbound marketing strategy that encourages people to discover your product or service online. Quora is the most important platform for this.
How to use Quora
1. Search for content ideas.
Writing high quality content that speaks to your prospects and answers their questions should be part of your marketing strategy. Have you ever wished to get inside your prospects heads to know what they are interested in? Quora lets you do this. Continue Reading >>
First of all, do not panic. Bad reviews create significant credibility for your positive reviews; they help your customers make a purchase decision. And most important they give you a chance to respond and show how responsive and awesome your business really is.
Negative reviews happen all the time; your task is to make lemonade from them. You should not respond to every negative review you get. However, you must step in when you are able to “own the issue.”
You answer the reviews to show that: you are paying attention to the issue; the issue and the customer are important to you; you are sorry that the problem occured and you want to help. You should communicate your desire to help and solve the problem. Continue Reading >>
In 2013, an important part of an online marketing strategy is to build a strong identity around your content. To implement this tactic you should publish consistently on a regular basis and posts links to your content from a variety of social media platforms. You should aim to publish at least one piece of value-charged content a week for high levels of engagement and lead generation.
The <Titles> of your articles should answer what your audience is searching for. Use Google Keyword Tools and Trends, to ensure popular keywords are included in your articles. However, do not sacrifice a natural language style that will earn you better results than you’d get if it were obvious that you’d been stuffing your content with the right keywords. Continue Reading >>