Category Archives: Infographics

7 Steps For Optimizing Images

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Everybody knows how important images are on webpages. Visual content continues to get more and more popular, making pages that have large blocks of text without any images or video appear ever more outdated. Not to mention, image posts on social media tend to get much more engagement and traffic.

But while you’ve been adding images to your site to enhance user experience, you may have overlooked the SEO advantages that images can provide. Luckily, optimizing images for search engines is simple and it can have a noticeable effect on traffic and rank.
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Survey Reveals How Businesses are Currently Using Content Marketing

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The hesitation that many businesses express when deciding whether or not to execute a content marketing campaign is understandable. Content marketing is still a relatively new approach, and it can often be difficult to measure any given campaign’s return on investment.

However, more and more research is proving that not only is content marketing valuable for brands right now, it’s also a marketing technique that’s here to stay for the foreseeable future. A new survey from marketing research firm Ascend2 outlines the overwhelmingly positive content marketing climate.
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Promoted Pins Set To Go Live

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When it comes to native advertising and sponsored content, marketers have no shortage of options. There are Facebook’s promoted posts, Twitter’s promoted tweets, LinkedIn’s sponsored updates and Tumblr’s sponsored posts, not to mention the thousands of blogs or news sites that are willing to promote content for a fee.

Now, Pinterest can be added to the list of networks where you can pay to have your posts show up in users’ feeds. As far as native ads on social media go, this is good news – pins on Pinterest have had a history of being much more valuable than likes or tweets.
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Evergreen vs. Viral Content: Which Is More Effective For Your Brand?

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Every content marketer’s first priority is developing high-quality content. But secretly, all content writers want their pieces to go viral too. Wouldn’t it be nice to write a blog post or create a video that gets tons of views, likes and shares right away, causing thousands of people to visit and convert on your site?

Of course, you don’t want to be a flash-in-the-pan either. Maybe the better strategy would be to create long-lasting, valuable evergreen content that gets a steady stream of traffic over time. Which strategy works better?
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White Papers Aren’t Dead, But How Are They Different From eBooks?

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Last week, an article titled “The White Paper Is Not Dead” appeared in the Huffington Post. It was an interview with John Fox, founder of Venture Marketing, and it defended the use of white papers as an effective marketing technique. Indeed, so many articles have asked “are white papers dead” that it could seem like their usefulness has ended.

However, most of these articles conclude that white papers can be useful for generating leads and getting conversions when done right. But they fail to answer one glaring question: if your white paper is a long piece of content in PDF format, why not just call it an ebook?
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