Attractive headlines and titles are critical in getting you noticed and making the right first impression.
"The one place worth practicing being concise is in headlines. Spend time editing headlines to cut unnecessary words and tangled messages. Shorter headlines require less cognitive effort. And longwinded headlines don’t scale well to variable container sizes: they have a higher chance of being truncated when displayed on small mobile screens, for instance."
Headings are often also automatically loaded into tweets for sharing on social media - so keep them short!
Otumoetai College students Frano Gabric, Lachlan Farron and Hayden Christie made a presentation last Friday on the progress they had made in learning how to research and market their - Bay of Plenty Times...
When it comes to search engine optimization, columnist Mark Munroe suggests you need to think beyond your website.
Views and visits are meaningless, if the user leaves your site without answers!
"The role of a successful SEO has broadened, and it demands that we understand and solve our visitors’ problems. It’s a huge challenge for SEOs, as we need to broaden our skill set and inject ourselves into different organizations. However, this is much more interesting and rewarding compared to link building."
A major shift is underway in the online advertising industry. Marketers are aggressively challenging media companies to prove the ads they sell are "viewable". The problem is, nobody can seem to agree what "viewable" actually means.
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