Corporate Blogging

  • 7 Tips on Getting More Readers to Your Corporate Blog

    … If you want to increase the number of visitors to your blog, you should focus on the topics for the blog and should also use content syndication to increase the exposure for the blog on the Web. Your website format may not be designed to encourage visitors to click on the link for your blog. The content on the website should be organized, which…

    Blogtrepreneur- 16 readers -
  • Blog Strategy: Driving Website Traffic & Business Revenue

    … A blog gives a website a free space to engage with its visitors. Often used to introduce readers to the specific field that the business is involved in, a blog allows potential clients to familiarize themselves with the idea of a company in relation to their industry. Furthermore, blogs can reveal your standing within your line of business…

    ROI Factor Blogin SEO Content Blogging- 28 readers -
  • 10 Tips to Humanize Your Company Blog

    … The digital arena continues to expand. It’s growing so rapidly that some are worried it may take over jobs and any need for humans in commerce. Most analysts will say you shouldn’t be worried about robots taking over the world, but businesses are unknowingly allowing automation to remove the human element from many of their activities. This could…

    The Blog Herald- 13 readers -
  • Leveraging Reviews, Comments, and Opinions in a Corporate Blog Setting

    … that into $5 million worth of free advertising. They did this by joining in on the hashtags that came up, and even put it on their website. In the world of social media, a little humility can go a long way towards turning other people’s negativity into free advertising. Also read: Top 10 Important Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Social Media The post Leveraging Reviews, Comments, and Opinions in a Corporate Blog Setting appeared first on The Blog Herald. …

    The Blog Heraldin Social Twitter- 32 readers -
  • The 9-Step Guide to Create an Optimized Blog for Search

    …. And if the author of the infographic looked closely, they’d find a misspelling in one of their own headlines! Ultimately, the success of your blog depends on only one thing: Whether or not you’re providing value to your audience. If you are, you’ll see your blog grow and blossom into a great inbound marketing resource for your company – especially via search engines. If you’re not providing value, you’re going to fail. The wrong or right way to write a blog is up to your audience, not this infographic! © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 12 readers -
  • Here’s Why People Hate Your Content

    … surprising ones too. Did you know: Social media content is more important for older generations? Your corporate blog won’t reach 18-24 year olds. Only 2 out of 712 people enjoy online shopping! Stratton Craig is a written communications company with offices in London and Bristol. They asked a series of multiple-choice questions around what good and bad content looks like and produced an infographic to display the results: © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 10 readers -
  • The Playbook for B2B Online Marketing

    … This is a fantastic infographic on the strategies deployed by just about every successful business-to-business online strategy. As we work with our customers, this is fairly close to the overall look and feel of our engagements. Simply doing B2B online marketing is not going to maximize success and your website isn’t going to just magically…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail Content- 21 readers -
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