4 Ways to Take Your Content to the Next Level

In today’s digital age, content marketing is no longer a luxury. It’s absolutely necessary if you want to take your content to the next level by developing a better connection with your audience and reaching new prospects. If you take a look around, you’ll see content everywhere: corporate blogs, videos on Snapchat, pictures on Facebook and even simple Tweets are great examples.

Hashtags 101: #TipsforBetterTags

Hashtags 101: #TipsforBetterTags

Once only used on Twitter to help users find and participate in Twitter conversations, hashtags have become a ubiquitous part of life — even being used (to the chagrin of many) in actual face-to-face conversation. However you might feel about hashtags, though, they are here to stay and are an important part of a successful social marketing campaign.

Are You Looking for Love in the Wrong Places? How to Identify the Right Social Media Influencers

As many as half of all purchasing decisions are influenced by word-of-mouth. Nearly everyone is more likely to act based on a recommendation from someone that they trust and respect than they are to be influenced by advertising or marketing, which is why knowing how to Identify the right social media influencers has become such an important part of so many marketing plans.

How to Add Videos to Your Blog and Keep Readers Coming Back

By now, you’ve probably heard that if you add videos to your blog it's one of the best ways to attract readers and increase conversions. Videos can do so much more than the written word: They can be more engaging, explain complex concepts in a simpler way, provide a stronger representation of your brand, and even just help your followers get a better sense of your voice and your brand.

How to Increase the SEO Value of Your Landing Pages

Of all of the factors that go into boosting conversions, landing pages top the list of most important. A compelling offer is certainly a must, but the content and layout of your landing page can make a significant difference in how many people stick around and actually respond.