A Beginner’s Guide to creating Content that converts

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Traffic to your site becomes irrelevant when visitors are only thinking about leaving faster. “I came, I puked, I left” (Avinash Kaushik) The main reason for creating content is to demonstrate your expertise in your field, establish credibility, develop trust and ultimately turn your readers into customers. Content promotion is at the heart of any…

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Best of the Week in Digital Marketing (13th – 17th January)

One of this week’s top articles in our opinion was Seth Godin’s reminder that when it comes to marketing one should know who their customers truly are. And not just their age group, location and occupation. What is more important is to truly be aware of what they want, need, love and fear; of who…

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Best of the Week in Digital Marketing (16th – 20th December)

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This week Social Media Explorer gives us the secret ingredient we need in order to stop caring what comes next in social media, what every trend means and how we can ensure that we don’t fall off the bandwagon. The secret is in word-of-mouth marketing – seemingly the only way to ensure success in future…

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Best of the Week in Digital Marketing (2nd – 6th December)

Goodbye memes, hello quality content…or is it? This week HubSpot published a great article/rant on the new changes to the Facebook algorithm. It looks like we will see fewer memes in our news feeds, but more quality articles. We have to confess, we do like a good meme – one that is well thought out…

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Best of the Week in Digital Marketing (25th – 29th November)

This week Econsultancy compared digital marketing to the simple art of persuasion, dating back to ancient Greece. Or perhaps not that simple: see for yourself. Greeks in Plaid: The Art of Digital Marketing Persuasion And they also explained some cultural differences which have a strong impact on conversion. It’s not just about the content these…

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