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Adding Feeds To your Blog / Site
I wrote a Curagami post recently about how the future of ecommerce is a symphony of feeds. (http://www.curagami.com/ecommerce-future-a-symphony-of-feeds/?v=7516fd43adaa ). One tool, our beloved @Scoop.it, is leading the way in making it easy to curate with your left hand and add valuable content with your right.
This post shares the 5 easy steps to add Scoop.it feeds to your blog or website.
Crossing Ecommerce Rubicon
We are making progress on adding Woocommerce to Curagami. The goal is to cross the content / commerce rubicon. The gulf between effective content and commerce is large. The promise of Woocommerce, an ecommerce shopping cart and database appended to Wordpress, is elimination of the artificial and rapidly useless separation between content and commerce.
The Social / Mobile / Connected times we inhibit require a new approach to online commerce. We plan to relaunch Curagami.com next week. Stay tuned, join us for coffee (subscribe http://www.curagami.com/signup/?v=7516fd43adaa ) and we will journey across the rubicon together :). Marty & team Curagami
Boost website conversions by reading and acting on these 12 copy best practices.
I'll pick this practice as the pillar.
Being a blogger, you definitely want all your blog posts to be perfect. Perfect is a synonym of more readers, more traffic, more conversion, better reputation,
Are you sure you know how to write a perfect blog post? What elements does it need to have for your readers’ better perception? How many words should it have? What should its structure be?
Wondering how to make your content go viral, getting into several different networks? You might just be making a key mistake, such as lacking a directed strategy.
brand-hype-free content works infinitely better than overly self-serving efforts.
30 Ecom Strategies & Tactics To Master
No wonder most ecommerce teams feel overwhelmed. Off the top of our heads we came up with 30 complex "mini-systems" that must be mastered to create greatness in online commerce.
Gone are the days when a little of this and that could win the day in online retail. Today all 30 of these tactics and strategies dance together requiring sophisticated understanding of individual trends, tools and ideas to win.
Things change too fast to really KNOW anything. Instead teams must surf waves, learn and fail fast and then wax up their boards for another wild ride.
Did we miss any BIG IDEAS your ecommerce team is managing. Soon we will support this infographic with a http://www.Curagami.com post to further explain each strategy and tactic. In the meantime let us know what we missed in comments or email martin(at)Curagami.com.
Thanks and remember DEEP SLOW BREATHES and if you aren't having FUN your visitors will know. They will feel it.
Content marketing must serve a higher purpose & featuring people not things is how websites win hearts, minds & loyalty creating online community.
Another great piece from one of the "Marketing Illuminati", and his daring exposition of the "Tyranny of Perfection".
You're placing too much focus on achieving perfection, you lose track of exploring a project's full creative potential.
If you think creating content for boring industries is tough, try creating content for an expensive product that’ll be sold in a so-called boring industry. Such was the problem faced by Mike Jackson, head of sales for a large Denver-based company that was debutting a line of new high-end products for the fishing industry in 2009.After years of pestering the executives of his tradit...
The keys, I've found, are to get away from thinking about your industry/brand as being boring, even if it is, and marshal the resources to find the audience who'll benefit from from your content and, most important, identify the influencers who'll promote and amplify it.
Google’s new emphasis on mobile-friendly search results doesn’t require just good mobile design, it requires great mobile copywriting–Content Marketing Institute.
Don’t write less. Write better
Thanks @Os Ishmael.
A guide and infographic mapping out six foolproof, can't-miss strategies that real-life people have used to create top content for specific keywords.
If you’re going to have a page 1 result, you need to know what you’re up against. Once we get a good view of the frontier, we’ll know where to stake our claim, so to speak.
Famous authors will be giving live tours of the areas that they write on Periscope, in one of the first major uses of the new livestreaming app.
the app has already demonstrated its use in more substantial uses such as the fire in New York’s East Village soon after the launch.