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Why I love, hate, love, hate, love click bait.

Posted by Jonathan Kaler on Wed, Sep 16, 2015

Admit it, you’re as much of a sucker for click bait as I am. Despite our best intentions to the contrary, we invariably find ourselves clicking on still another irresistibly sensationalistic header. Which invariably leads to underwhelming or misleading content, and still another solemn pledge that we’ll never do that again. That is till the next tempting morsel crosses our screen.

Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the draw of click bait. Enjoy some reasons why I revel in both emotions.

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Topics: content marketing, content creation

How Often Should You Blog?

Posted by Chris Kelley on Wed, Aug 12, 2015

It stands to reason that in order to have an effective content marketing strategy you need to create content. Blogging is a central component of every successful inbound marketing strategy because it’s a great way to continuously publish new content to your website. Your blogs show up on peoples’ search engine results pages, and attract website visitors to your website.

The articles you publish on your company blog entertain and educate readers who are actively looking for answers to the questions they ask in their search engine queries. Therefore the visitors who find your information useful enough to click through from their Google search are more qualified.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, content marketing, blogging, content creation

4 Components of a Case Study for Professional Services Businesses

Posted by Chris Kelley on Wed, Apr 29, 2015

Today’s web-savvy consumer is in control of their buying cycle and is less receptive to interruptive marketing like direct mail, broadcast and print ads. When they have a question or a problem, they go online to search for the answers themselves. They surf websites, read blogs and download informative content. 

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, content creation

A Simple 4-Step Plan for Creating Inbound Marketing Content

Posted by Chris Kelley on Wed, Jan 21, 2015

It’s a simple equation: more web pages = more visitors = more leads and sales opportunities. Every page on your website is an opportunity to be found in a search engine result. According to research in our eBook, “Marketing Benchmarks from 7000+ Businesses,” company websites with 51 to 100 pages generate 48% more traffic than those with fewer than 50 pages.

The practice of producing online content in order to attract website visitors and convert them into leads and customers is fundamental to the inbound marketing methodology. But for some marketers, the prospect of producing frequent content may seem daunting. After all, “who wants to read about their boring industry,” they say to themselves. Or, “where will I find the time to write so much?”

The fact is you probably already create more content than you think. With a little revision much of it would make great website fodder. Here are 4 things you can do to jump-start your inbound marketing content creation.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, content marketing, content creation

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