How Do I Justify Content Marketing When The ROI Is Low?

So your boss has told you that you need to start doing some content marketing, but he also wants to see regular reports and a clear ROI from your marketing spend.

What are you going to do?

Surely, as everyone knows, content marketing has a low ROI; it’s never going to get you the big bang for your buck that you need to demonstrate in a short space of time?!?

Well, that might just be where you’re wrong.

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How Do I Use Google Analytics To Monitor My Website?

No matter what kind of business you run, Google Analytics is an accurate and sophisticated way to record and measure a wide range of data concerning your website’s traffic, performance, and even user behavior over a certain period of time. Google Analytics automates the metrics, making it ideal for website owners who have a bunch of tasks to carry out and have very little time for collecting data.

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How Can I Use Multilingual SEO To Drive More Traffic To My Website?

Ah, multilingual SEO.

SEO itself is pretty complex. Multilingual SEO? Well, we guess it’s even more complex.

The good news is that it’s also what will set you apart from the competition by opening your website up to, well, the whole world!

Yup, it’s that powerful. Instead of ranking and optimizing for keywords in one or two languages, you’ll be all set to rank for multiple languages.

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What Is The State Of Digital Marketing In 2019 And What Does It Mean For Your Business?

Any business that wants to get ahead and succeed in 2019 and beyond must get to grips with digital marketing. If most of your customers aren’t already online, they soon will be.

Not just that, but businesses must keep up with the latest digital marketing trends so that they don’t fall behind the competition. Digital marketing just doesn’t stay still. It’s always evolving to keep up with technological innovations and changes in consumer behaviour. This naturally means that your digital marketing strategy needs to evolve with it.

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What Are The Most Effective Types Of Social Media Advertising?

A rapidly emerging entity of digital marketing is social media advertising. Social media are fun, creative, informative and engaging platforms that can boost business revenues.

If done strategically, one high-quality, valuable post can singlehandedly increase following in a matter of hours!

Imagine if that was your company’s post. You could be looking at new leads and skyrocketing conversions, which, in turn, increases sales or brand awareness. No matter what your business goals and objectives are, social media will come to the rescue and help you achieve them.

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How Do I Create and Measure an Effective Customer Retention Strategy for E-commerce?

Holding onto existing customers is much more cost effective than constantly acquiring new ones.

Of course, you already knew this. It’s why you’re here. The bigger issue is how to keep hold of your customers before they slip out of the net and go somewhere else.

On the face of it, it’s a tricky one. Consumers have more options than ever before and can shop anywhere they like. So why would they stick with just you?

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7 Psychological Triggers That Will Boost Conversions and Sales

Generating views and sales is the number one goal of most marketers. Getting prospects to visit your website and make purchases is a difficult task. There are lots of competitors out there which offer products of similar quality and standing out can seem like it’s impossible. Luckily, there are ways you can influence users to stay on your website. Applying psychology to your marketing tactics can lead to some interesting results.

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Should My Web Designer Understand SEO?

Once upon a time, web design and SEO used to be one discipline. They essentially grew out of the same place and, even now, the two skillsets are intrinsically linked.

After all, you can’t be optimising websites for SEO without those websites being built first. And you can’t be building websites with no concern for how they will perform once they’ve been set live (or you shouldn’t be, anyway).

And that’s still as true now as it ever was. So, in answer to the question ‘does my web designer need to understand SEO?’, the answer is, most definitely, yes. Of course they do. It’s blinking obvious that they need to!

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Happy International Women’s Day, From GT

When you do Content Marketing for a business, for the purposes of SEO, one of the first things you do is draw up a content calendar. You match up what dates are going to be coming up in the year that you can write a blog post about. Some might be more relevant than others. Some might be very tenuous indeed.

However, if you can link what you do to a calendar date – something that people are already going to be talking about; something that people will already be searching for online – then it’s beneficial for your website. More people already looking for the type of content you’re writing, ergo more visitors back to your website. It ain’t rocket science.

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SEO Or Content Marketing: Which Is Best For My Strategy?

In the digital era, it is important to consider what tools and channels to use for achieving the set goals. They will, after all, determine the effectiveness of your marketing strategy. You need to make smart choices that will yield the best results.

When it comes to choosing the best digital marketing tools, it is hard to avoid the purported rivals — SEO (search engine optimisation) or content marketing. They are two of the most important aspects of digital marketing, never losing their relevance even in the face of constantly changing marketing trends.

This infographic by Serpwatch shows that SEO builds a strong case, with statistics showing that more than 40% of business revenue is captured by organic traffic. Content marketing, however, is not far behind. It helps businesses to get more leads through blogging.

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