Category: Content Marketing

Don't Make These Content Mistakes

5 Mistakes Most Companies Make Creating Content

Content is powerful. Content can bring you free traffic. Content can create prospects. Content can convert prospects into customers, and content can take a customer and create a life-long fan. As long as it’s done the right way. While many companies spend a lot of time and resources creating content, they often make these 5

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Do Small Businesses Need to Blog

But I’m a Small Business… Do I REALLY Need to Blog?

If you’re a small business you’ve probably asked yourself more than once… “Do I really need to blog?”. I get it, you’re busy running your business, and even if you feel like you’re a strong writer, you would rather be doing “your business” than adding yet another marketing task to your plate. In this post

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Customers Ignore Self-Promotion Content

Your Content – Are you Engaging or Self-Promoting?

I talk a lot about content and “customer engagement”, but I want to take a step back and really look at what defines engaging content. It’s tempting (and a lot easier) for companies to use the megaphone given to them by social media to just talk about themselves – their messages, their product development, their

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Customer Sophistication

Speak To Your Customers In A Language That Converts

Converting your traffic to buyers isn’t easy – a lot of times you may end up spending thousands of dollars testing ads, traffic sources, messaging, etc and STILL not know what’s working best. But I have helped my clients become more effective at reaching their customers using the process of identifying Customer Sophistication. So what

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The Best Content Can't Save You

When the Best Content in the World Can’t Save You

You’ve spent thousands on developing great content. Your SEO efforts have put your site on page 1 of the SERPs for Google, Bing, etc. You’ve even doubled (no, tripled!) your Twitter following and your Facebook engagement is the best it has ever been. Traffic is coming in, but no one is buying what you’re selling.

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