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Have you ever wondered who uses social media more often: men or women? It may not seem like an important stat, but if the majority of your customers are of one specific gender, it will affect which social sites you’ll need to target. In order to save you time, I’ve analyzed all the popular social sites to see who uses them more frequently.
Don’t you wish there was an easier way to blog? From coming up with ideas to writing and promoting, there is a lot that goes into content marketing. So, how can you facilitate the whole process? You can use a number of tools that can help you generate ideas, make the writing process easier, and even market your content for you.
Have you noticed that everyone is leveraging list posts? Why? Because after infographics, list posts get the most social shares. They are so popular that there are blogs devoted to list posts exclusively. The sad reality is writing a list post doesn’t ensure that you’ll generate social shares or traffic. Why? Because chances are your list post sucks.
Did you know 66% of all consumers over the age of 15 made a purchase because of an email? If that doesn’t convince you to use email marketing, just look at Quick Sprout. Over the last 30 days, I received 103,592 visitors through email marketing. So, how can you use email marketing to your advantage? Well, first you need to learn how to create an email that is optimal for marketing.
Have you noticed that I do a great job at connecting with you? So much so that it feels like you actually know me? It didn’t happen by accident. When I started Quick Sprout, my goal was to build such a strong bond with you that you would listen to the recommendations I gave you. On the flip side, when you tell me something, I listen to your input. In essence, we’ve built a virtual friendship.
Over the last few months, I heard one name mentioned by my fellow entrepreneurs more than others. Can you guess who it is? It’s not Elon Musk or any other popular entrepreneur… It’s Dan Bilzerian – the man with over 5 million Instagram followers (some of his pictures aren’t safe for work). If you aren’t familiar with Dan, I can tell you he’s pretty much the modern Hugh Hefner.
Theoretically, the more content you have on each page, the more keywords you rank for, which should increase your overall traffic. That should mean the more comments you have on each of your blog posts, the more search traffic you should receive, right? Although it sounds logical, I am not convinced it is actually the case.
You already know social media marketing is a channel that can drive traffic and sales, but the question is: are you actually seeing an increase in traffic or sales? Chances are you are not. Why? Because you are using obsolete tactics that aren’t effective anymore. If you want to change that, just avoid these 7 strategies: Obsolete tactic #1: Posting whenever you’re free Pos ...
The beautiful part about content marketing is that it can bring you thousands of social shares, new email subscribers, and tons of comments, but only if your blog posts are masterpieces and you do content marketing right. But content marketing has so many elements to it that it’s really easy to forget them, right? To help you succeed, I’ve created a checklist.
Do you know what the hardest part about blogging is? It isn’t writing content or growing your traffic. So, what is it? The hardest part about blogging is getting that initial traction… Sure, you can get your first 100 readers by hitting up your friends and family, but it won’t be sustainable. What you need to do is get 1,000 qualified readers legitimately.
Looking for ways to improve your content marketing? Are you wondering what resources you should be reading to boost your content marketing efforts? I’ve compiled a list of 10 articles you should read that will not only teach you how to improve your content marketing but will also show you how to generate more traffic and sales.
You already know that if you follow people on Twitter, a portion of those users will follow you back. But is that really the best way to get your first 100 Twitter followers? It actually isn’t! From running contests and writing guest posts to reaching out to influencers, you can use at least 10 different tactics to grow your follower count.
Have you ever wondered why some types of content generate lots of search traffic and others don’t? I too was wondering about that, so I started to look for patterns and analyze competing blogs. What I found was interesting – so interesting that I decided to create an infographic to illustrate my findings.
As content marketing gets more popular, people are coming up with their own notions of what everyone should be doing. A lot of these notions are myths, and if you keep following them, you will hurt your traffic. What are the 7 myths you should be avoiding? In this post, not only will I break each one down, but I’ll also tell you what you should be doing instead.