Ecommerce Optimization: 6 Reasons Why Amazon Rocks. by Sharon Hurley Hall 1 07/24/2014. Some people love Amazon; others hate it. As a consumer, I'm definitely in the first group. I've been using Amazon since August 1999 (my first ...
A few years ago Copyblogger’s Brian Clark said “teaching sells”. Since then it seems that everyone’s trying to sell their expertise via a membership site or online course, or even both. One platform they are using to do this is WordPress.
You get it, I know. Content is important for marketing your business, ranking in search engines and attracting well-qualified, eager-to-buy customers. What you may not realize is the value of images in that content.
If you’ve bought into content marketing (as you should), you’ve probably also been looking for a tool to help you manage the planning, creation and distribution of your content, especially if you work with a team.
Think conversion optimization is just for your website? Think again! Businesses use all kind of content types to connect with potential customers and all of them need to be optimized to achieve their goals.
WordPress rules the web. The latest stats show that: 25% of the top 10 million sites by Alexa rank use WordPress every 74 seconds a new site within that group starts using WordPress 48% of all content management systems tracked by BuiltWith use...
Twitter – what is it good for? The site, which reported 255 million monthly active users in March, has gone way beyond its original roots to become a place that breaks news, provides customer service and has a goodly dose of snark and humor.
Want to really rock website conversions? Then perhaps you should be thinking about your design. To help you, we’ve put together a list of useful recent articles addressing several aspects of this topic.
Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional writer and blogger. Her career has spanned more than 25 years, including stints as a journalist, academic writer and ghost writer. Connect with Sharon on her website or Google+.
If you’re not using online video, you’re missing out. Last year, videos accounted for half of all mobile data traffic, says CISCO, and while people are watching much less TV, video’s popularity continues to rise.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.