One of the things that can have a huge impact on your sales conversion rates is your copy. By copy I mean the actual words that you use to share your message with your audience and compel them to buy. And you use copy on your website, in your emails, on your sales landing pages and so
Coming up with a catchy title that will entice people to click on it to read your work. If you are simply spamming people, they will consider your content to be “clickbait” and will be more wary in the future. According to CopyBlogger, eight out of ten people will read a title but two of those …
Google's John Mueller covered lots and lots of myths this past Friday in the Google Hangout on Google+. He said at the 34:37 minute mark that having short articles won't give you a Google penalty. He also said that even some long articles can be confusing fo
Are you overwhelmed with all the elaborate moves in the lead generation buyer-seller dance? Don’t be – here are the three recurring steps to perform. The waltz is one of the most beautiful and admired of all ballroom dances. To the neophyte dancer, the waltz, like many dances can seem complicated and difficult to perform. […]
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