Isaac here. Hope you are having a good week. Here are this week’s best articles about blogging and content marketing:
The end of the year is fast approaching. Steve Rayson from Brand Watch reflects on what he has learned about marketing over the past 11 months.
Most people don’t know how to value their services or products. They either overvalue or undervalue. If you don’t figure out the right amount, you’ll go out of business.
You’ve done everything you can to increase your page speed. Still, you’re getting a lousy pagespeed score. The problem might be dead code. Learn how you can test & fix it.
Multiple studies show that How-to headline performs better than others. But how do you rank for “How-to” keywords in Google SERPs? Here are five steps you can follow.
Content marketing may seem easy, but it’s not. According to one survey, only 21% content marketers said their approach was very or extremely successful. If you want to be in that group, you need to build a strategy that’s ROI focused.
Understanding where your competitors stand can lead to a comprehensive understanding of what your goals should be
Persuasive Techniques in Website Optimization: The Ultimate Guide for SaaS (100+ persuasion techniques)
This post focuses on SaaS. But you can use almost all of these techniques in any other industries.
Gated content is online materials that require you to fill out a form before you can access them. It’s very popular among content marketers for its effectiveness in collecting email address. This 30-minute video takes a look at how you can get more success by ditching gated content.
Not everyone has readership big enough for significant ad revenue. So a growing number of independent publishers are attempting to generate revenue by selling subscriptions and memberships