Chances are, your blog post tells a story. Whether you’ve written about a recipe, fashion, or wellness, there’s an underlying story that your reader will connect with. At heart, your life was different before and after you encountered this topic, and your blog post can help inform a reader, sway them, or in some way change their lives, too!
Content marketing is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot. But what exactly is it? Does your business really need it?
Welcome to the second installment of my four-part Summer Super Fun digital marketing Spectacular. Last week we talked about what businesses should know about websites, this week we’re going to take a look at the content marketing side of things.
Blogger and graphic designer, Dustin Stout, wasn’t seeing much traffic coming to his blog from Pinterest. He figured that his audience just wasn’t using Pinterest. Things have certainly changed, He’s now getting more Pinterest traffic than ever before.
If your business or blog happens to fit in one of the popular categories on Pinterest such as fashion, DIY or food you might think that success will be easy and you don’t need to bother with Pinterest strategies. Sometimes you have to be even more strategic to stand out from the crowd. See what one blogger did to help her pins get attention.
Have you heard stories of people loosing all of the traffic to their website because of a Google update? I have and have always assumed that it only happened to websites doing shady or black-hat stuff. I’ve come to learn that isn’t always the case.