Are you looking for strategies to build a more successful article marketing business? Are you seeking strategies to enhance your internet marketing overall? Then keep reading…
This is the website in which we reveal effective strategies that can have an impressive result on your article marketing.
The result of implementing them will be to gain the attention and recognition that you and your articles deserve.
Some call it article marketing, others content marketing, but it is all about the numbers. Writing and submitting five or even ten articles per day will have some results.
However, the more articles you create and submit, the greater the results. Eliminate ten articles per day from your thinking and go up to twenty. When you reach twenty then go to twenty-five. The more quality articles you create and submit the better. If you lack the time to create and submit the required numbers, then look for other options. One way is to hire a ghost-writer to help, but as you read this website our articles will explain that there are alternatives nowadays which mean that this can be done without large costs employing a legion of article writers and other staff to administer them.
A Beginner's Guide to Content Marketing
The world of content marketing is slowly enveloping traditional marketing, although many consumers are unaware of the actual difference. In order for consumers to make rational purchases, it is essential that they know of the different marketing techniques that their suppliers are using, otherwise they may fall for an advertisement full of chicanery. Wasting money on a product that is not what the consumer needs or wants is never the ideal situation; therefore, you should educate yourself on the various marketing techniques used by companies so that you can avoid the traps set up by greedy company owners who do not care for their customers' ultimate satisfaction with their products.
First, we should start off by reviewing the basic vocabulary of the marketing world. The first word on the list is marketing itself - what is does that mean, exactly? Marketing is defined as the total activities involved in selling or buying products, including advertising, transportation of goods, storage of goods, etc. However, to many consumers and business owners, marketing mostly takes on the definition of anything involving only the advertising of a product or products. This is also the definition that this article will use.
Now it is time to review the term "traditional marketing." Traditional marketing involves an advertisement that specifically focuses on selling the consumer a company or a company's product. This includes commercials on TV, ads in magazines and newspapers, and banner advertisements on websites. This type of marketing is slowly fading away, since consumers nowadays are doing anything within their power to avoid these advertisements. TV providers now offer DVR, where consumers can actually skip over TV commercials. Magazine and newspaper ads are easy to ignore, as well as banner advertisements scattered throughout the internet. Business owners are realizing that traditional marketing is no longer working to sell their products, so they are frantically searching for new ways to attract consumers. This is where content marketing steps in.
"Content marketing" means just what the name implies: advertising with content. Content is information and material that actually has a valuable significance. Traditional marketing has information and material, but it lacks a valuable significance. Consumers want information that they can use outside of their decision of whether or not to buy a product. For example, traditional marketing of a food item, such as a cup of yogurt, might include how delicious that cup of yogurt is, how many calories are in that cup of yogurt, and how inexpensive that cup of yogurt is. Now, if that same yogurt company wants to start using content marketing instead of traditional marketing, then they can produce a booklet or pamphlet letting consumers know the overall health benefits of all yogurts, not just their yogurt. This pamphlet contains valuable information for the consumer's well-being that does not just focus on selling a specific cup of yogurt from a specific yogurt company.
Why Content Marketing is Better
You have already gotten a glimpse at why content marketing is better than traditional marketing. Other than the fact that consumers are much less inclined to completely ignore content marketing, why is it overall more effective than traditional marketing? Well, there are actually a few reasons. First of all, content marketing builds a connection between the consumer and the supplier. After reading the useful information provided by a company, the consumer might feel as if that company does actually care about their well-being. This will lead a consumer to make a purchase from that company rather than a company that makes their customers feel less important with very obnoxious traditional advertisements.
Another reason is that if consumers feel as if they know more about a product in general, they will be less hesitant to purchase that product. Back to the yogurt example, if someone knows how salutary yogurt actually is, then they will have a stronger desire to purchase a cup of yogurt. Content marketing can let consumers know the health value of yogurt in a less intrusive way than traditional marketing.
Content marketing can actually be exciting for a consumer to read, unlike traditional advertisements. Traditional advertisements are often assertive and obnoxious; therefore, consumers will try to avoid them. Content marketing has valuable information that consumers actually want to read for their own benefit. There might be a weekly informational article that a company produces for their customers, and this will attract a lot more attention than a banner advertisement sitting at the top of a website that is irrelevant to the subject matter.
Why You Should Pay Attention to Content Marketing
Just because a company markets their products by way of content does not mean that their products are actually better than another company's products. Before making any purchase, you should evaluate the actual quality of the specific product. Many companies use content marketing to make their customers feel comfortable with them, therefore customers are more likely to purchase a product from that company without thinking twice. This can lead a customer to lose a lot of money on a product that is subpar. You, as a consumer, should use content marketing to your advantage. Gather information from content marketing from different companies to learn more about a subject, and always evaluate the quality of a specific product before making a purchase. Do not become dedicated to a company that produces low-quality products, even if the company makes you feel comfortable and important with content marketing. This smart consumer technique may save you a lot of money in the long run, and now you know more about the marketing techniques and traps that companies try to ensnare consumers with.
5 Online Marketing Trends of 2017 TextSuite User Must Know
We have used (and regularly test) a variety of SEO tools and services in order to compare them. This includes not only direct competitors to my own products, but also the “Big Data” providers in the SEO industry.
Great data is only great if you understand what to do with it. If you’re a beginner to ranking your site in Google then you need guidance more than a bunch of stats and numbers.
This is where most of the SEO tools fail miserably. While the individual data points provided by these tools are often pretty good, when it comes to using this data to give you practical advice they almost always fall flat.
Take estimating keyword competition for example. How difficult will it be to rank in Google for a specific set of keywords? With all of that data at these tools disposal, you would think they would be pretty good at estimating that difficulty.
They’re not. In fact, they’re usually pretty bad at it.
Let me back this up by giving you an example of some keywords where these tools get it wrong. This example is a “long tail” (that is, a set of keywords that don’t get searched very often and contain 4 or more words).
Keywords: online acoustic guitar lessons
Difficulty rating from popular tools (scale is 0 to 100):
Moz – 50
SEMRush – 69
SpyFu – 56
KWFinder – 49
Difficulty rating from my soon-to-be-released SEO system:
Keyword Titan – 28
Notice the difference? The four popular tools shown estimate it to be about twice as difficult to rank for “online acoustic guitar lessons” as Keyword Titan does.
The reason why their estimates are so (incorrectly) high is because those tools appear to be averaging the authority of Google’s top 10 ranking domains / pages for the keywords. That’s a mistake, a serious mistake, and it’s where pretty much every keyword tool goes wrong.
You see, the true estimation of how difficult it will be to rank for a set of keywords in Google isn’t found in the strength of the top 10 sites ranking for the keywords — it’s found in the weakness of the weakest ranking site in those top 10 results.
That is, if there are 9 very strong sites ranking for a set of keywords and one weak site mixed in among them, that weak site is the true indicator that ranking in the top 10 for those keywords is not so difficult. After all, if it was difficult to rank for then that weak result wouldn’t be there, right?
Almost no other keyword tool gets this right. They always average the strength of the top 10 Google results together to come up with their difficulty estimations.
Using Web Analytics to Improve Content Marketing
If you want to profit sooner rather than later on seasonal niches you need to start at least one season before the busy season. So if you want to target a summer niche in the U.S., you’re probably not going to gain notable results this summer (summer is currently in full swing). But if you want to go after a fall or winter niche, now is the time to ramp things up!
Today I’d like to help you do just that! I’ve been in the lab for the past several months working day and night on a brand new SEO tool-set (I’ll be revealing this tool very soon). Using one of the powerful tools I quickly and easily generated 248 fall/winter keywords worth an estimated total of $478,000.00 to those ranking for them! These keywords have a combined 459,000 monthly searches!