Saturday, 31 January 2015

A blog without traffic is like a dusty novel laying unloved on your book shelf - not a lot of use.
Persuading people to come to your blog and read your stuff is a constant battle, but one you can't shirk away from.
So what's the best way to go about it?
Here are a few simple tips that will encourage people to read what you're writing.
The "they" in that sentence are your audience. It's vital you know what they want to know if you want to attract them to your blog. After all, if you write great articles that give advice for an issue they're facing, they'll read them.
It might seem obvious, but there are lots of bloggers out there who only write about what they like, ignoring the needs of their audience. If you're stuck for ideas just think about the conversations you've had with clients; what issues did they talk about?
People will only read your blogs if they know about them. That's where social media comes into play.
When you publish a new post tweet about it and put the link on your Facebook page. Make sure you add social sharing buttons at the end of every post to make it easy for your readers to share it and add a link to your blog to your email signature.
The more people that know about it the better.
3. Niche
Writing about your niche, and only your niche, will have the effect of making you the "go to" expert in your field.
As soon as you start to widen your subject matter into areas unrelated to your expertise, you start to dilute the power of your blog.
Stay niche and avoid the temptation to be the fountain of all knowledge.
4. Guest
Can you get a guest stint on another blog in your industry? That is a great way to widen your audience. If you write high quality, informative posts for others, their readership are more likely to visit your own blog for more words of wisdom.
5. Titles
It's often said that your title is the be all and end all of your blog. Granted, it is the thing that will arouse enough curiosity to get someone to read, but the body of your post also has to be compelling.
Titles that contain numbers are very appealing, as are those that offer to show you "how to" do something. Just make sure that what you promise in your title is fulfilled by the rest of your blog.
The more often you blog, the more people you'll attract. However, it is important to find a frequency you can cope with.
If you want to draw people in and to encourage them to keep coming back it's important your writing is authentic.
Write with personality, show them the real you and be honest.

Running a blog is a huge challenge, but if you are yourself, keep the needs of your readers in mind and write regularly, you'll enjoy a constant stream of visitors to your blog site.

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

In today's digital media world every other business, even if it is consisting of one or two employees needs a website of its own. Not only that, there are people who don't run any business, but still want a website of their own. Every website on the internet is hosted on a server, and thanks to a wealth of hosting options, setting up a website has become quite easy and affordable these days. Hosting your site on a server means that you will be making arrangements with another company or person to rent you space on a server where you will store your data so that it can be accessed online. There are thousands of companies providing this service and choosing the best hosting company that suits one's website needs can be a challenging task. By following some simple steps, you can select a suitable solution for your website that guarantees success.
Before you sign up with any company first ask yourself what your hosting needs are. The requirements of a company are always different when compared with an individual marketer. Forget about the top ten hosting providers and just ask yourself what you actually need, as without knowing your needs, you can never get the right web host for you. The questions which you should ask are:
• Do I need a short-term or a long-term hosting plan?
• Do I need Windows applications?
• Do I need any special software?
• Will the traffic volume go up in the near future?
Try to find honest answers to all these questions, as these answers will dictate which hosting company and plan you should go for.
Nothing is more important than checking the uptime record. Before you go for any web hosting provider, do a little research about the uptime record of that company. This will give you a fair idea if their servers are operational, 24/7 or not. Usually the companies that provide 99.5% uptime or more, are considered reliable but any provider below the 99% uptime guarantee is just unacceptable.
It is indeed a very important feature of any web hosting company, so never compromise on it. Don't go with a company that does not have staff working on weekends or on other public holidays. Question them or do your own research on whether the provider you are going to sign up with is providing 24/7 functional technical support or not. You can also personally test them by emailing at midnight or on weekend nights, etc. Also, check the competence level of the sales staff by asking them different technical questions; this will give you a good idea about how competent they are in fixing problems.

Though pricing should not be your primary concern, you still need to ask yourself what you are getting in return for your money. It is not necessarily true that the hosts which provide expensive services are more reliable compared to the cheaper ones, even though you often get what you pay for. Good research in this regard will help you bond with a company that offers some really awesome deals at a relatively low monthly price.

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Monday, 26 January 2015

RSS feeds are currently an under used way of marketing your articles. You can enhance your visibility and your readership through RSS feeds and gain more web traffic.
In case you aren't familiar with RSS, it often stands for Really Simple Syndication and lets website owners quickly and easily publish syndicated content in real time. Though it's been around for years, it's popularity is still limited considering how practical and powerful it is. Not only can subscribers keep up with your content in real time, other publishers can link to your feed and use it on their site for up to the minute content.
Because of it's sophistication, RSS is a powerful tool, still overlooked by many marketers. Because subscribers don't share their email, multiple messages can be sent in a day, without being regarded as spam by an inbox monitor. Feeds are sent to a feed reader or aggregator and don't use email addresses at all.
It's not the purpose of this article to describe the full workings of RSS. If you do want to know, Wikipedia has a great, technical explanation. In simple terms though, a website author creates a feed on their website. They may use feed creation software, or they may use a web based resource like Feedburner to do it for them. Interested readers click on the link on the website. It might say RSS, Feed or XML. They then take the URL of the feed and paste it into a feed reader or aggregator, such as the web based ones found on My.Yahoo, My.MSN and Google +. The summaries of each post or update are then listed for the subscriber to read. If they are interested, they can click on the link and read the whole article on the publishing website.
Create an individual feed to site. If publishing in article directories, it's probably done for you. As a marketer, you need to take advantage of that and post the feed link to popular RSS submission sites. Once this is done, every time you publish a new article, it's instantly added to the feed. In addition, add your own site's feed link to every article you submit, creating more quality linking that search engines love, as well as encouraging readers to subscribe to your own site's feed.
Using your RSS feeds via your article marketing efforts is an additional way to get potential new customers to your site. In addition, you can use Google AdSense in your feeds to gain an extra revenue stream.
The biggest advantage of using RSS feeds is that people who subscribe are interested in your articles and updates and want to know when you have published something new. It also can assist you with your website ranking in the search engine results, because search engines prefer sites with regular updates.

Now is the perfect time to start adding your RSS feeds to your article marketing efforts and start to reap the results.

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Sunday, 25 January 2015

Not sure what should be on your priority list for your business in 2015? Here are a few trends I think will be useful for your business, and for when preparing your next corporate video brief.
More and more businesses are responding to what customers want - a personal, caring, and relatable experience. With so many new methods of engaging with customers such as corporate video production and social media marketing, it is now easier than ever before for businesses to build relationships with customers. By using this to their advantage, many businesses have helped increase sales by inspiring more confidence in their customer base. Branding has evolved beyond informing your target audience; it is now much more about engagement and inspiring.
Video has been a big thing in the consumer world for some time now, however, many businesses simply are not aware of the huge value for money which video marketing provides. With Cisco reporting a 54% increase in corporate video usage in 2014 from 2013, 2015 is set to increase by 56% further still from 2014. Websites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter now make it easier than ever to reach a huge audience in seconds at very little cost. This endless flexibility and power which corporate video provides is just one of the many reasons your business simply can't afford to miss out. If you haven't considered a video for your business before, then now is the time to start researching!
With recent and regular ongoing changes to search engine algorithms and a huge increase in mobile device share, it is more important than ever to make sure your company website is mobile device friendly, or 'responsive'. With Google now beginning to favour sites which are 'mobile friendly' by placing a 'mobile-friendly label alongside search results when browsing from a mobile device, you can now get higher up the search rankings as well as making your website more accessible to mobile browsing customers.

Social media is no new thing to business, with many businesses strongly using the likes of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to their advantage already. Many businesses, however, are now looking to improve social media integration with their marketing campaigns. Adding social sharing buttons across your published content can dramatically increase its potential reach furthermore, and research cited by the CMO council states that social sharing links in emails increases email click through rate by 150%.

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Friday, 23 January 2015

Email marketing is an indispensable tool in business today. It lets you maximize every visitor without costing you the dollars that go into other marketing channels. Hence, building a list is important to every type of business. However, you do not want to end up in the spam box or be known as the company that badgers people with unwanted emails.
This article covers the 6 tips to help you build an efficient email marketing list; one that will convert.
Asking website visitors to sign up for newsletters is one of the best ways to populate your email marketing list. Many-a-times, customers want to register with your site, but are deterred by a lengthy sign-up process.
The sign up should be quick; it should take not more than a few seconds. You should ask only the information that is absolutely necessary for your business. If you include page-after-page, don't be surprised to have them leave half way. Put the sign-up form in a place where it can be easily seen or integrate it with the shopping or contact form.
More members on your email marketing list mean greater exposure for your business. Therefore, do not restrict yourself to collecting contact information through the sign up process. You can collect email addresses by placing contact or feedback forms at the checkout counter in your retail place. You can also do the same through social media channels.
I know this tip sounds like it shouldn't be here, but marketing is all about making your customers believe that everything is about them; it is for them and by them. With an option to subscribe people won't mind giving your business a try because they know that should anything get ugly, they can always move away. If you don't allow it, they might never sign up.
Incentives in the form of freebies, free reports, discounts, sweepstakes, and contests are a great way to attract customers to sign up for your mailing list.
In many cases, despite offering an incentive, you might not get many people to sign up for your mailing list. Today's customers like to be informed before they make a buy or set up a relationship and the internet supports it. You should give customers a brief on what they will receive once they sign up. This includes what email communications they will receive and how often.
An email address is after all a contact detail. To add, the sign up process might need customers to give other personal details. Many customers are wary of their private information being misused. You should guarantee customers that their contact information will only be used for email communications and that it will not be used or misused without their permission.
So, without wasting time any further get started with building your email marketing list.

Building an email list is not going to be easy. It takes time and effort to pinpoint those people who are truly interested in your business and willing to receive information on the products and services you have on offer. However, once you have this tool in place, you won't have to look back to others.

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Thursday, 22 January 2015

If you want your website to be noticed, you have to get on Google. And if you want to get on Google, you have to make yourself as visible as possible to them and their web crawlers. Then of course once you're on, you're going to want make sure you stay there.
Getting and staying on Google can be broken down into three easily remembered stages -
Anyone who maintains their own website, be it for business or pleasure, should at least be aware that SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a thing, even if they might not really understand it.
They also need to know that it comes in two flavors: on-site and off-site, and taking care of the on-site SEO while building your website is paramount if you want it to get on Google.
On-site SEO includes everything that you can set yourself, either behind the scenes or for public consumption; quality content with relevant keywords, page titles, Google text snippets, URLs, H1 or H2 headings, correctly tagged images, outbound links, and having a sitemap.
All of these will affect your Google rank, although some (content and titles) carry more weight than others (alt tags on images).
As the name suggests, off-site SEO covers everything you can do in other places online to improve your own SEO and help you to get on Google.
One metric used by Google to measure your ranking is the quality of your inbound links; that is, links from other places directing people to your site.
The practice of link building has long been a big part of any SEO campaign, although the focus has now shifted to the subtly different but more interpersonal practice of link earning.
Advisable ways of earning the high quality links that help you to get on Google include reaching out to bloggers and asking them to link to your best content, or offer to write a guest post with a link back to your site. Leaving useful, non-generic comments on relevant blog posts with a link back to your site also works, as does being active and respected on a forum that allows you to display your web address in your signature or in posts.
Building a community on social media is another great way to improve the engagement with your content, if you can encourage your audience to share it directly from your site.
While on and off-site SEO practices help you to get on Google, the ubiquitous search engine also takes into account the freshness of your website and its content.
It makes sense; after all, Google wants you to keep using its service, so strives to give the most relevant, freshest results it can. Stale websites get punished by falling in the rankings.
Even if most of your website's pages are static and don't change, there are ways to maintain a steady stream of new content. The most common is a regular blog, with the opportunity for people to comment on the posts.
Depending on the nature of your site, running a forum is also a possibility and helps with the fresh posts and interaction that Google values so highly.
Being found through organic search engine results is vital to your business, and that means one thing: you have to get on Google.

By following the three key stages of building, engaging and staying fresh, you'll give yourself the best of chance of both getting and staying there.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

The mobile app market is evolving rapidly. there were approx more than 140 billion mobile apps already downloaded. Such statistics re-instate how there is a parallel market place growing at an aggressive rate.
Smartphone owners aged 25-44 use the highest number of apps per month, while 18-24 year-old spend the most time on them. What drives the growth of this market is the convenience brought to the end user. While websites are information-oriented, apps are task oriented and the entire process is quick, easy and economical. The ability to be used anywhere, any time brings about great efficiency in the process. Thus over 85% of users prefer mobile apps.
A mobile application is a new touch-point for businesses to connect with their customers. It provides value to the existing clients, robes in new customers, and increases the business loyalty and sales. For example, Amazon is a global online shopping marketplace. Operating in more than 50 countries its service enables users to select product from local market and orders placed via its website or mobile application.
The download is free however there are in-app purchases while in there is a nominal charge to download the app. Majority of the apps available are free with downloads reaching 127 billion downloads in 2014 while there are over 11 billion paid app downloaded. The revenue from free apps is higher too. Apple claims that 71% of its revenue comes from free apps, which is predicted to surpass 14 billion US dollars in 2015. However, it must be noted that of the top 10 revenue-generating apps are from the Apple's App Store or Google Play Store in 2014, other 9 are games apps.
Mobile apps bring in immense business opportunities for organizations. It's a direct marketing channel where they're able to capture the mind share of the customer. Businesses are also able to build the brand and enhance customer engagement. Mobile apps undoubtedly increase sales. But it even keeps its users up-to-date with its products and services. Zappos' uses the push-notifications option to inform consumers of the products which are in stock. As the customer requested a product update, this second stage push to sale is seen as a service and a gentle reminder, rather than as an unwanted direct response call to action.
Moreover, there are businesses based on mobile platforms. Uber is one of the fastest growing global companies in world. It is an app-based transportation network company, operating in over 200 cities. The company uses a smartphone application to receive ride requests, and then sends these trip requests to their drivers. Customers use the app to request rides and track their reserved vehicle's location.

Thus the rise in the app culture should come as no surprise. Mobile apps are here, and will increasingly become a vital element in the marketing plan for businesses as customers are looking for convenience, ease and instant results while on the move. By 2017, Gartner projects that there will be 268 billion mobile app downloads annually, amounting to $77 billion in revenue. Hence apps will soon, if not already, influence our lives to a great extent. And businesses who are fore runners will surely gain a competitive advantage.

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Friday, 16 January 2015

A company's website can tell a lot about their level of expertise and professionalism. It is also a space for a brand to showcase its personality and push its top-selling offers.
When designing a website, starting from scratch can raise a lot of questions about what to leave out, aspects to highlight and how to drive traffic to the site. Fortunately, most consumers seek the same qualities in a site across the board, assuming it caters to the target demographic. The rules are easy to follow.
Given that a homepage sees the most traffic, the lander should include the call to action. A company must decide what they want most out of website visitors and start building from there. If they're selling a product, maybe the page will include the best-selling item or a newly released product line. For services, companies can show video or other demonstrations of their work in-action. Either way, the call to act should be concise, easy to execute and displayed in an enticing manner.
An important consideration sometimes overlooked is who will be using the site. The design and navigation should match the company's personality as well as their target user. A senior audience will need a minimalistic page with large icons and clear instruction. Children will want a site that has games, drawings and contests to keep them interactive. Tech-lovers want to know specs, performance capabilities and consumer feedback about a new line of electronics. While it's important for the website to be aesthetically pleasing, companies should also take into consideration the needs of their main user.
Visual displays largely impact a user's experience with a website. If they get to the home page and see a lot of clutter, pop-up ads or other irrelevant information, they will mostly likely leave the page. The entire website should have only the necessary information to avoid overwhelming a viewer. Additionally, it should include quality images laid out in a pleasing manner. The opposite is also true; too little information and imagery could lead a user to believe the site is incomplete. A healthy balance of information and visuals will go a long way.
Figuring out how a consumer thinks will allow companies to create a website that's easy to navigate. The rule of thumb is to link pages in a way that a user can get to another destination in 1-2 clicks at any point of their visit. For example, if someone is on a clothing site browsing for shoes, they should be able to navigate to another page featuring dresses in just a couple of clicks. Many websites feature a tool bar at the top that has categories and subcategories for different pages of the site. As long as these are clear and accessible, a user will be less likely to leave the page because they can't find what they're looking for.
A company can create a high-quality, user-friendly site, but it won't do them any good if they don't have a way to drive traffic to it and track visitor behavior. Many online tools, including banner ads, email campaigns and Google AdWords can drive consumers to a site where conversions will be made. External traffic is important to a site rating and will directly affects its viewership. Internal traffic is also important as it offers clues to a company about their potential clients. They can use tracking cookies to follow the browsing history of a site viewer which will then help them survey interest level, know which pages lead to more conversions and know which can be eliminated if they are not frequently viewed. Driving traffic to a site and analyzing its turnout will help companies maximize conversions from their webpage.

Websites are a great place for companies to get creative and showcase their uniqueness. The points above are just some of the key aspects that go into making an effective website. Companies should also incorporate their brand image and the message they want to send to viewers. Brands should look at a webpage as a story about their company, making sure every detail is precise.

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Thursday, 15 January 2015

Internet marketing is all about strengthening your relationship with your customers through constant practices and strategies online to keep up their loyalty and attract more target audience to your site. SEO or search engine optimization and blogging are powerful internet marketing strategies that drives more traffic to your website and generate more positive results for more sales and higher ROI.

Every business idea needs to have a plan, a feasibility study and other aspects that will keep this idea into action. In the same way, when you want to sell or even create a product or service, you have to organize your thoughts into action by building an online presence in the form of a website that will let your business stand among others in the global market. This will cost you some money as an investment for future success.
Once you have a website, you need to get into the top of the search engines to be highly noticed by visitors and audience. This process involves SEO. Every aspect of your website must be optimized to get an edge on the competitive market. Blogging with SEO is a strong way to gain a higher level of visibility, more website traffic and more sales and revenues in the long run.
Blogging is a way to update your customers, clients, visitors, subscribers and even prospects about your business, your website's new releases, hot deals and latest trends. Your SEO blog post is an optimized content that you post to your blog on a regular basis. This depends on your posting schedule, target audience and other metrics involved.
Since you are keeping your clients/customers and visitors to keep on checking for your post to keep driving traffic to your website, you have to decide what blogging software suits your own preferences and ideals. You can choose from WordPress, Blogger, and any other software offering various features for your SEO blog.
1. Check your keyword competition with keyword search tools.
2. Write the post from your working laptop or desktop wherein you can access it immediately and easily edit it when you want to do so.
3. Use universally proven SEO strategies for each of your blog post.
Focus on your keywords or keyword phrase search. Look for various trends and competitions. You can dig deeper on keyword phrases with lower competition since an article alone can take you to the top of Google indexing due to the popularity of the article sites.
The process is termed as article marketing. Work on the structure of your contents with the powerful SEO strategies that generate greater results. Your title should emphasize your keyword phrase. 
However, you must avoid keyword stuffing throughout your article. Use it the first paragraph and on your conclusion or closing paragraph for that SEO-friendly article that hits the top of Google search.
Edit and re-edit. For the last publishing tips, create text links to your website and other posts. Encourage sharing and commenting. Choose tags carefully. Use meta tags and descriptions wisely. Create or select categories appropriately.

Join forums to and subscribe to other related blogs and blog rolls. Interact with other bloggers. Anticipate responses from your visitors. Build stronger relationships. Provide solutions creatively. Always seek to help others sincerely. This will give you more organic traffic for more sales and higher ROI.

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

The Hangouts feature is more than just a tool to hold casual conversations with family and friends through video chat. Today, it can be effectively used as a video conferencing tool between employers and their employees or among project collaborators.
To start using this feature, first you need to log into your Google+ account and create a Hangout.
On your home page, you will find the green Hangouts link and icon at the top right below your name and thumbnail image.
Below the Hangouts on the right column, you will see the invites sent to you.
On the bottom part is the Start a video Hangout section which will expand when you hover your cursor over it. Click the green Start a video hangout link to begin your hangout.
A new window will then display where you can see the link to your Hangout, a box to include a message and a box where you can add people to invite using their name or email address.
To invite people to your Hangout, you can choose from your Circles or you add email addresses in the box provided.
There's also an option for a Quiet invitation. This means that instead of a bell sound, those invited will only receive notifications and stream post on Google+. Invites for Hangouts involving 25 people are always the quiet type.
You can also access Hangouts on Gmail. Look for the video camera icon on the left column on the right of your thumbnail image and the telephone icon.
When you click on the video cam icon, a new window will show up where you can find the link to share for your Hangout and the box to invite people. You can include the link in your email or in a status update if you would like to share it was well via your favourite social networking sites.
To invite participants, simply click on the box that says "invite people." A drop down menu will show up from which you choose the circles from where to invite people to your Hangout. When you're done adding people, just click the Invite button below.
Once you start your Hangout, you will immediately see who has joined. Those invited may opt to join via voice only such that you will only hear them but not see them although they can see and hear you on their end.
When everyone is already present on your Google+ Hangout, you can start sharing your screen. This is ideal if you're holding an online meeting with colleagues and project collaborators. It is also a great way to promote new products and demonstrate how to use them as well as show people how to use certain online tools with ease.
Take note, however, that the screen sharing option is only available to users of the computer app. Mobile devices do not have this option but mobile users have the ability to join a Hangout.
Inside Hangout, there's a Screen share button on the menu bar at the top that you can click.
Next, choose the screen you want to share. It can be your desktop, a Google doc you have uploaded or a website you have opened.

After you are done sharing, just close the window of your shared screen to return to your normal Hangout screen.

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Monday, 12 January 2015

Headline has the power to grab a reader's attention and entice them into reading more about your business and your work. The headline is the most important element for getting your business content read.
No-one pays attention to long-winded, over-blown headlines. No-one has the patience and we'll lose interest. As a rule of thumb, never use more than 100 characters in a headline, tell your readers exactly what you have planned for them, and make the headline punchy, to-the-point and understandable.
Appeal to your target audience by telling them how your article will solve their problem or fix a growing issue. Promise them something valuable or teach them a new skill that they've not known before. Try writing 'How to... ' or 'Get started by... ', which often draws the reader into wanting to know more.
Play around with the word order and be creative. Ask questions, demand answers and even employ a little negativity. You'd be surprised at how well 'The Questions You Should Never Ask Your Mother-in-Law' might do.
One way of including the reader in your work is to show them that you understand their needs and that your blog writing expertise will assist them. Writing headlines using "you" and "we" appeals much more directly.
Example are, 'What Would You Do if You Lost Your Job Tomorrow?' or 'How We Can All Avoid Making Huge Financial Mistakes'. Speaking in this way to the reader is a powerful tool - it can seem as if you've written the piece specifically for them or that you're standing in solidarity with them.
Lists are effective because they tell the reader exactly what to expect from your article or post and can grab them from the start. For example, '7 Ideas That Will Change Your Life Forever' or '3 Tips For Becoming a Brain Surgeon'.
If you're going to write a list, don't rely too heavily on the use of "Things". Instead, look at using "Tricks", "Ways", "Ideas", "Lessons" and "Facts" as possible alternatives.
Remember that a headline is your first point of contact with the reader. The type of headline depends on who you're writing for and what you plan to write about.
By keeping a headline short, punchy, relevant and engaging, you'll get extra attention, more clicks and hopefully lots of keen new customers.

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