Archives for Content Creation

103 Blog Brainstorming Topics

You need to write another blogpost or email and you’re stuck for ideas. It seems like you’ve already written about… EVERYTHING, and there is nothing left. That’s the time to try this list. Pick any one of the following headlines at random and fill in the blank with ten different ideas. Then choose one of those ideas and start researching and writing and writing your new blogpost.
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Are You Losing Sales by Leaving Out Crucial Info?

I got a free trial download of a very popular software program. I used it, liked it, and when the trial was over, I wanted to buy the software. But guess what? No where… and I mean NO WHERE – on the order form did it tell me if I was getting the software for one month, one year or a lifetime. I “think” it was an annual fee. But I wasn’t sure. And that is why I didn’t buy it.
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7 Super Quick Blogging Tips

1: Use images. People are more likely to read your post if there is an eye-catching image to go along with it. 2: Break your content up. Use a big headline, sub-headlines and short paragraphs to make it easy to read. 3: Reply to comments. It shows you’re paying attention and you care, which will get more people to comment. Plus, it’s the right thing to do.
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7 Tips To Make Your Content Read-Worthy

Sumo.com collected a ton of content marketing analytics to understand how many people read online articles… And what they learned was shocking: Only 20% of readers finished reading an article The average visitor would only read 25% of an article So let’s say you’ve got a giveaway at the end of your article, or a call to sign up to your list. 80% of visitors will never even see your offer!
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Web Design vs. Content – What Helps Conversions Most?

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is mainly about web design being more important than content or vice versa. Which should get precedence? The problem with this so called web design vs. content question is that it pits one against the other when in fact they both work to ensure that your website or landing pages convert. The answer is to strike the right balance between content and design. But which is the right balance? That’s exactly what we’ll be diving into below.
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4 Tips for the Perfect Editorial Calendar

An editorial calendar is quite simply a schedule of what you’re going to post and when. The calendar gives you an opportunity to plan out your editorial tasks ahead of time and figure out what to write about and when. Take for instance if you were running an entertainment blog, and were planning the editorial calendar in May you’d naturally want to write about major industry events like the Tony Awards in June and the Academy Awards. You’d also want to iron out what aspects of the events your website, magazine or blog will cover so that you’re not caught off guard days before the event.
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The Most Important Business Blogging Tools

Business blogging is perhaps one of the best ways to improve your business’s online presence. Running a blog will give you the opportunity to showcase what your brand is all about by consistently publishing relevant content. That said creating, publishing, organizing and promoting your content takes a lot of time. Thankfully, there are a couple of great blogging tools that can streamline the process and if anything improves your chances of succeeding with the right content marketing strategy in place.
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Long Form Blog Content Can Translate To More SEO Juice

One of the biggest challenges for bloggers is to get their blog posts ranked in SERPs. Not being able to rank well consequently means that you don’t get enough traffic which renders having a blog pointless. Any blogger who is having a problem getting enough search engine traffic should consider using long form content. Long form content by its very nature information dense and will naturally increase social shares, user engagement, and organic traffic provided that it’s well written.
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