Find out if copywriting services are right for your technology integration business.
Copywriting services can enhance many areas of a technology integrator’s business, boosting both new leads and customer retention. But how do you know if investing in a copywriter is the right decision for your company? There’s no black and white answer, but there are some ways to tell whether or not your business will benefit from copywriting services.
First, let’s talk about what I mean by copywriting services. Many integrators don’t realize the full extent of copywriting can entail, especially when combined with content marketing services: social media management, website content, SEO, blog posts, newsletters, printed content, video scripts, and more. If you need content, a copywriter can provide it for you.
So now that we’re on the same page as to what copywriting consists of, let’s look at the signs that it’s time to invest in a copywriter:
Explore Some of the Most Common ‘Black Hat’ SEO Mistakes
Are you still trying to increase your search engine rankings using methods you learned about years ago? Though some approaches are still relevant today, others now offer little in the way of results and some SEO practices can even negatively impact a website’s search rankings. The latter are what webmasters call “Black Hat” SEO. These practices are considered underhanded or shortcuts and are penalized by search engines. In this blog, we highlight some of the most common ones so you can avoid them when coming up with a brand new SEO strategy.
Adding engaging content to your website can have endless benefits for your company. You can gain credibility, educate and engage customers, and even enhance your visibility on Google. To get the most out of a content marketing campaign, though, you want to make sure you're engaging the right audience. That's where keyphrases come into play. Read on to find out why keyphrases are so important, how to research the best ones, and what role they play in your content marketing campaign.
Do Apps Like Alexa Have an Impact on Campaign Performance?
The change has been coming for some time now, but last year it seemed to break big: voice control is the new “it” thing in technology. Smart home manufacturers like Crestron and Control4 have realized it, and they’ve made their systems compatible with apps like Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant. But the changes include more than just the relatively small smart home market. Thanks to Cortana, Siri and others, voice control is quickly becoming the norm for everyone. So how will this affect your content marketing performance? Read on to find out.
When people think about search engine optimization, content marketing isn’t usually the first thing to come to mind. Many people try to focus entirely on SEO or entirely on content marketing without recognizing that the two marketing strategies go hand in hand.
Today, we’re going to talk about how to make the most of both content marketing and search engine optimization, as well as discuss how these marketing strategies affect your business as a technology integrator. First, let’s start with some basic definitions:
Is your website generating quality traffic? The answer is revealed in these Key Performance Indicators.
True to the spirit of a beginner’s guide, let's start with a very basic question. What is Google Analytics? A Brief History: Google Analytics is a free, yet robust platform that tracks and reports website traffic. Google Analytics is as core to its DNA as Google Search itself. For those of us who have been around long enough remember the days before Google Analytics, when your hosting company provided you bare-bones “Web Stats” and dashboards to make sense of your online performance. As if by heeding the call of mass demand for something much more sophisticated, a company named Urchin rose to the challenge and started providing real intelligent analytics for website owners. Urchin was not cheap by any stretch. I recall the day I decided to sign up with Urchin and pay the hefty fees. It was a hard pill to swallow at first, but a worthwhile investment towards understanding how my website was performing; the insights I gained were priceless. Then, one fine day in 2005, out of nowhere, Urchin became free. Google acquired the company and made the service available to the public; a joyous day for Webmasters everywhere.