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SEO can be scary at times. Unless, of course, you’re an SEO Pro like Ashley. Sure, WordPress is designed to be SEO-friendly, but there are still plenty of technical tasks to perform if you want to keep your site in Google’s good books. Imagine if you had an SEO assistant to offer a few hints and tips.
Pinning images to Pinterest can be tiresome. Adding a cute kitten or a favorite recipe on its own is manageable. But when you start to use Pinterest as a marketing tool to drive traffic to your blog, then you need help. In this article, you’ll learn how Tailwind can help you to discover and publish relevant content, maximize your reach, and measure your Pinterest performance.
Do you know if your keyword research and optimization efforts are working? When you’re running a website that relies on revenue from search engine traffic, then being able to track specific keywords is critical. Sure, they’re only one part of the SEO puzzle, but it’s important to know how they’re performing. And for that, you need the right tools.
Social media is a part of everyday life. Whether you’re using it as part of your business marketing strategy or just catching up with friends (not forgetting the cats and dogs videos of course), it’s difficult to avoid. According to research figures published in January 2016, there are now more than 2.3 billion active social media users, a 10% increase since last year.
What’s the best blogging platform? It’s a frequent question received here on Blogging Wizard. And with so many blogging platforms available it’s an entirely valid question. But what suits one person, won’t suit another. So to help you overcome your selection headache, we’ve compared WordPress and Blogger.
Mention the term Keyword Research Tools to any blogger, and they’ll most likely think of the Google Keyword Planner. It has Google on the label, so it must be good, right? Well, it’s worth checking and using for initial keyword research, but remember that the tool is, and always was, intended for Google Adwords campaigns. So, while some of the data is useful, most is irrelevant.
Are you using Google Analytics to check your content marketing efforts? I hope so. It’s an amazing and powerful free tool. The trouble is it can be overwhelming. Google even has a dedicated Analytics Academy to help you understand it. Previously on Razor Social, we’ve covered the most important terms and reporting in Google Analytics.
Are you struggling to create decent looking pages on your website? Or feeling so frustrated that you’re considering hiring a web designer? Stop. Thrive Architect, the new WordPress plugin from Thrive Themes could be the answer to your problems. In this review, we’ll take a look at how easy it is to create visually impressive pages (and posts), without wasting a load of time and money.
Whether you’re a blogger, a solopreneur or a small business, you need an email marketing service to keep your fans and clients informed. Email marketing still outperforms social media marketing, so it makes sense to pick a service that fits your requirements and doesn’t cost your a fortune. In this post, we’re looking at ActiveCampaign vs MailChimp.
As a blogger, it’s all-too-easy to become side-tracked with the latest marketing trends. SEO. Paid advertising. Blogger outreach. Influencer marketing. Social media marketing. You name it. You’ve been sucked in. And while there is nothing wrong with any of those marketing channels, haven’t you forgot something? Email marketing. Have you forgotten how powerful that is? You’re not alone.
What if you could get people to read your blog posts...every single time? You spend hours, perhaps days, writing your heart out. So, why not lure more people to check out your awesome stuff. Sounds difficult, right? Well, it's not. There is actually a very simple trick you can use - it's called headlines! But before we get to that...
Want to know the secret to getting things done as a solopreneur? I used to struggle with this too. Not only does it lead to wasted time, effort and lost customers, but you end up insanely frustrated too. And as a solopreneur, keeping your head about you is absolutely key. We have only ourselves to rely on.