For many marketers, ranking on page one of Google is the ultimate sign that your piece of content has made it.
You know content marketing works, so you’ve been plugging away at blog posts, ebooks, and other valuable, educational content for your potential customers.
And people come — they find your content in search results and in their social media feeds. But they may not fill out a form and become a lead right then and there. It’s not always because they’re not interested in your message — so how do you recapture those viewers who left your site?
A solid co-marketing partnership is one of the better ways to reach a previously untapped audience, generate positive publicity, and create a wealth of valuable marketing collateral. When done right, it’s a mutually beneficial, thoroughly productive way to boost your marketing efforts as a whole. Aligning yourself with an industry peer can pay off in … Read more
Many of us can recall a time in high school when we were sitting in math class and thinking, “When am I ever going to use this stuff in the real world?” And then we suddenly find ourselves in the real world, only to realize that numbers actually do play a pivotal role in what … Read more
As a writer, I’ve never been very good at math. I know … shocking.
Most marketers can relate, because as a bunch, we tend to be better at English and history than math and science.
However, as a marketer, we need to be able to analyze data and calculate the effectiveness of an article or campaign, even though math might not be our strong suit.
Dictionary.com defines marketing as, “the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.”
I love online shopping. In fact, online shopping is almost the only way I shop.
And I’m not alone.