We’re back with hundreds more marketing statistics on social media, mobile marketing, email marketing, SEO, and more from 2015 and 2016.
I list a method for creating super shareable content in an easy 3-step process – each with manageable tasks. The suggestions are not meant to be rigidly followed, and they won’t be the right fit for every content type, but they can act as a prototype for your own workflow – something that you can fine tune to work best for your individual needs.
The delivery of your content is everything. Combining a great idea with the most suitable content type and mixing that up with a top notch outreach strategy is key to driving more visitors to your site. So feel free to try out as many of these content types as you want, learn from the examples that have already been successful, but always make sure each piece of content has all the fundamental ingredients to create a great piece of content.
If you’re like most, you’ve Google’d around for some free solutions and found a few posts that suggest the creativecommons.org search feature and a number of other methods – but you don’t want to have to link back to the photographer every single time. If this sounds familiar, then you’re in luck: here’s a list of eleven websites that offer stock images free of charge.
Do you want to increase the speed of your website but aren’t sure where to start? We’ve put together a guide so that you can use these tips to make sure your page-load speed isn’t costing you conversions.
We compiled a list of a whopping 487 marketing statistics in our last post. You told us it would be useful to have the important take home messages presented clearly, so we’ve partnered up with Venngage to create some infographics that summarise the key statistics.
We’ve compiled this extensive list of a whopping 487 marketing statistics. Pop these stats into your next blog post for that ‘wow’ factor and highlight any text to share across your social channels.
When a new client asks for a responsive site, I always ask them what they mean by “responsive”. Many are still unsure of what this means, and often end up quoting back a lot of industry buzzwords they’ve heard a long the way, usually to do with some kind of framework or jQuery plugin. What a lot of clients don’t realize is that they often need something much smaller.