Content Ideas

    • November 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

      The holiday season is right around the corner and your customers are primed and ready to buy. Now, here’s the real question. Are you ready? Do you have a plan for enticing people to shop with you this holiday season? Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. Follow these steps for a simple and effective holiday promotion plan: Create an irresistible offer to drive customers to your store.

      Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contact- 5 readers -
  • October 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … Saturday — November 26th Cyber Monday — November 28th Giving Tuesday — November 29th As you start thinking about how your business will make the most of the holidays, use the ideas below. (Having trouble viewing the infographic? View it here.) Ready to put these ideas into action? Try one of these ideas in your next email! Brand new to Constant Contact? Sign up for a free 60-day trial. The post October 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 8 readers -
  • September 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … with your competitors who have already created a plan to boost sales during the holiday season. Lay the foundation for your best holiday season yet! Use the tips below to take advantage of September holidays and develop a plan to stand out during the holiday season. (Having trouble viewing the infographic? View it here.) Choose one of these ideas…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 6 readers -
  • Break Out Of A Content Rut – 4 Tips For Fresh Keyword Ideas

    …, and I’ve found that understanding that idea can really open up a bunch of content ideas you may be missing. For instance, your fitness website may never rank on page 1 for something like “get 6-pack abs” but I’d be willing to bet there are people looking to get abs just like a certain celebrity. So they might search things like “Get abs like…

    Niche Pursuits- 15 readers -
  • August 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … it here.) Ready to get started? Log in now to get started on your next email. Not a Constant Contact Customer? Start your free trial. Check back next month for our September infographic! In the meantime, leave us a comment with your best summer marketing tips or questions. The post August 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 12 readers -
  • Want to Differentiate Your Content? Aim for Interaction

    … As you well know, the internet is incredibly oversaturated with low quality content. It seems like every business in the world is pumping out an endless stream of noisy content, which makes it more difficult for your brand to stand out. The good news is there’s at least one reliable strategy for standing out in today’s market. Content Shock…

    The Blog Heraldin Content- 10 readers -
  • 31 Types of Content We Crave [Infographic]

    … for more insight on creating craveable content? CMI’s 2016 Content Marketing Playbook has tips, insights, and ideas that can help increase your success with 24 of the top content marketing tactics. Cover image by Joseph Kalinowski/Content Marketing Institute The post 31 Types of Content We Crave [Infographic] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. …

    Scott Aughtmon/ Content Marketing Institute- 20 readers -
  • July 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … It’s hard to believe, isn’t it? We’re almost halfway through 2016. As we head into the dog days of summer, don’t forget to revisit those resolutions you made a few short months ago. July is the perfect month to ask yourself what’s gone well and where can you improve. If you could use some new email marketing campaign ideas, we’ve got plenty…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 10 readers -
  • June 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    Back in January, we shared a worksheet to help you plan a year’s worth of email marketing opportunities. You jotted down some important dates, meticulously added them to your marketing calendar, and resolved to make this the year you really stuck to it. And then what happened? If you’re like most of us, you stuck with it for a while.

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contact- 13 readers -
  • 21 quick ways to find inspiration for creating content

    … on your favourite topics (full of new links and infographics) or a custom-made board from you to collect interesting articles, Pinterest may be surprisingly useful for content discovery. Pulse by LinkedIn LinkedIn’s own publishing platform, Pulse, attracts many influencers posting about several different topics and of course, everyone can be part…

    Search Engine Watchin Social Content- 14 readers -
  • What to Say in Any Email (A Simple 3-Step Persuasive Formula)

    … it, and this is what I need you to do to get it.” Let’s take a look at how this formula applies to email. When it comes to what to say in your email, especially when you’re sending a time-based promotion, this same idea allows you to create a quick and persuasive email in minutes. Just answer the following questions to create your email content…

    Dave Charest/ Constant Contactin EMail- 9 readers -
  • How to Create Customer Connections Through Storytelling

    … with quick customer testimonials. Featuring real customers in your marketing and showing that their input matters will connect them to you and encourage them to continue their relationship with your business. You can make social media work as a storytelling device for your business as well: Show behind-the-scenes photos of your location…

    Constant Contactin Social EMail Content How To's- 13 readers -
  • 7 Stolen Content Marketing Ideas You Can Use Today

    … In 2013, Joe Pulizzi published a popular post called 8 Remarkable (and Stolen) Content Marketing Ideas. In it, he shared his favorite ideas from others in the content marketing space. While those original “stolen” ideas are definitely worth revisiting, here are seven more from 2015 that came from blog posts and Content Marketing World speakers…

    Michele Linn/ Content Marketing Institutein Content- 27 readers -
Get the top posts daily into your mailbox!
More from around the web