The online world presents a variety of different ways to promote, develop, and grow a brand. However, just because there are plenty of tools available doesn’t mean you can simply use any combination of them in any way you want and expect to get positive results. In the same way that a hammer, saw, and …
You’ve got your blog post production down and you’re pumping out those articles. But you know that content creation is only one part of getting web traffic to your site – the other is having good SEO.
But you’re either writing so many blog articles or are just too busy with everything else to properly go through all the SEO checkpoints on your post. You don’t always do every single optimization, and you leave a few things out here and there.
It may save a few seconds, but you’re leaving good SEO juice on the table and missing out on a lot of potential web traffic.
It doesn’t matter how many people visit your blog post – if they don’t actually read it, you wasted your time writing it.
You could be a phenomenal writer. You could present the most useful information in the world. You could have poured your heart and soul and precious time into writing your articles.
But it’s only worth it if someone reads it.
If writing isn’t your strength, getting words on the screen can be painful. I’m in that boat. I dread writing. What should normally take someone an hour to write and proofread can take me up to 3-4 hours. And it still comes out with the grammatical mistakes of a third grader. So I asked a few of my copywriter friends to offer up some advice. Here are tips from top copywriters on how to improve writing for your brand.
We’ve all encountered an error 404 page. It’s when you typed in the wrong url, or clicked a broken link to a non-existent page. You’re usually greeted by a message that goes something like, “Error 404, page not found, please return to the site’s homepage.” It’s not all that helpful. Most sites just leave it there. But did you know you’re losing out on potential visitors, leads, and sales?