Writing for SEO makes a huge difference in how searchable your website is to potential customers. Here are some tips to boost SEO.
It’s officially the most wonderful time of the year…when every young business’ (and some of the older ones) thoughts turn to email marketing. “I’ve got a list” and “I’ve got a sale going on” so “I must send emails.” I’ve already received more than one Dear First-name Placeholder email this year. And I am sure I will receive several more. There’s also the Dear ________. I like that one. It’s second cousin to the Dear ( ). There’s my […]
While doing some research on Quora recently, I noticed a question from someone wondering about a tech startup looking to hire someone to do “analyst relations.” Since the firm was a long way from having to brief financial analysts — the only type of analysts the asker was familiar with – they were understandably confused. I left this answer:
There’s a common argument among PR and marketing people: is the most effective marketing and messaging created by those who use the product? For example, should you stack your dating website marketing team with young singles? Should your beard trimmer PR team be populated with hirsute men? Or can any good marketer come up with the goods?
Hundreds of blog posts have been written about how to get people to comment on your blog. In today’s social media happy world, often it is easier for people to click a button, share the post on their social media pages (retweet it, share it on LinkedIn or Facebook) and comment on it there. Having comments on your blog is not an imperative – a blog without comments may have been shared on Twitter hundreds of times and only the […]