Businesses often quantify success through tangible measurements — like leads per month, for example. However, when marketers try to pin down specific numbers to demonstrate their return on investment (ROI), they are often frustrated by the inability to directly connect results with their content marketing program.
Blogs take time. Well, active blogs do. You have to find good, meaty content, write it up into an appetizing feature, and serve it — all on a very consistent basis. That’s a lot to add to your plate, especially if it’s already full — but it is necessary.
Many companies are taking on content marketing firms to outsource their content, as they simply don’t have the time or resources internally. While it might sound like an easy fix to hire any agency and outsource work, performing a rigorous decision-making process to select the right agency is crucial.
Ever get tired of telling prospects what your company can do for them? Wouldn’t it be easier if your most satisfied clients called them all and told them how good your company is to work with and how you helped their companies meet objectives?
Is your online content “responsive?” This simply means that the content “responds” to the screen size it’s being viewed on.
Creating content seems easy in theory: you just whip out your laptop and type away until you have a decent article to share with your audience. Unfortunately, good content is easier said than done.
You have traffic, but are you attracting visitors who will turn into lasting customers? Understanding the quality of visitors is more important than quantity alone.