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Content marketing, in general, can provide many valuable benefits. It can help create and maintain a brand presence; assist in search engine optimization; and position executives as thought leaders. It can also serve as a valuable source of information for both customers and potential customers.
Added by sara callahan on November 25, 2014 at 5:30am — No Comments
Proper spelling and grammar can dictate whether your content is received well or…Continue
Content. That word scares a lot of dealerships. They’re told they need it from every vendor, at every conference and in every article. They need it for SEO, for blogs, social media, and their website. Advertisements? No problem. They have tons of cars and know what is a good deal in their market. They have ad agencies…Continue
Many people really don’t know exactly what a Public Relations firm does. The common answer is “write press releases,” but I can guarantee you public relations firms do not sit around all day and just write press releases (or at least good ones). So what, exactly, do we do?
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Okay, you got me! This article has nothing to do with me, and everything to do with you.
On a daily basis I analyze dealer websites which I’m convinced had the same content writer. Have you ever seen…Continue
Added by Michael Cirillo on April 11, 2013 at 9:22am — No Comments
If there’s one word I hate using in marketing, it’s “engagement”. The term has been so overused and abused since the rise of social media that its meaning has become distorted. It’s defined in different ways and means different things to different people. Thankfully,…
Writing content for your website? Use the inverted pyramid style. Why? Your customers want information in an instant. They don’t want to read through copy to find what your keypoint is. Whatever your essential message is, put it first. Most Web users skim through content in an …Continue
Added by Ketty Colom on August 20, 2012 at 7:59am — No Comments
How often do you see a website that looks pretty, but reads as though English is the author's fifth language? It's amazing how bad writing can ruin a site that otherwise looks amazing. It's especially amazing considering how cheap GOOD writing can be. Don't let poor copywriting drag your site down!
Added by Timothy Martell on July 6, 2012 at 5:11am — No Comments
Google’s updating its algorithm. What are you doing to stay on top of search results?
A Quick Review of Recent Google Algorithm Updates
With all the updates Google has made to its search algorithm this year, it’s hard to keep track of what’s new and how to stay on top of search result pages. From back to back Panda updates to the new Caffeine Web indexing system released in June, Google has made significant changes to how it displays SERPs. Recent comments made…Continue
Added by Blue Dog Productions on August 6, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments