The way people interact with brands has been drastically changed in the last few years. If you want to win over millennials on social media, then you got to walk an extra mile. With the help of social listening, you can develop a long-term and engaging relationship with your audience. By performing hashtag tracking, you can get to know what your audience is talking about your brand on a real-time basis. Without investing a lot of time, you can get back to them instantaneously. It can help you not only to give your audience a dedicated customer support, but also to avoid an unforeseen crisis.
Affiliate marketing is a means of promoting other people’s products for a commission is one of the best ways to make money with your blog. Mostly because you’ll never need to deal with creating products, processing orders, shipping, and all that other stuff. When it comes to affiliate marketing, there are special tools designed to help you make sales. In this post, we’ll be looking at 5 affiliate marketing tools that will help you do just that.
Medium stormed onto the scene back in August of 2012. It was created by Ev Williams, the same guy who co-founded Twitter five years earlier, and it is beautiful. Being a site that’s half CMS, half social media platform, Medium has a ton of opportunities for writers to reach as many eyes as possible. Yet despite Medium having a slick design and built-in opportunities to reach new audiences, it has one major flaw that could be the deciding factor for those choosing between the two. For a better analysis, let’s go down the line and compare WordPress to Medium on four categories: design, reach, stats/tracking, and monetization opportunity.
It’s no secret that video marketing is one of the best ways to promote your blog and your brand and getting traffic from YouTube is much easier nowadays. Create a video that’s educational, artistic, funny, captivating or interesting enough to capture the attention of your audience, and you’ve just made a new fan who can’t wait to subscribe to your YouTube channel or share your video on social networks with family and friends. You might even be the next YouTube sensation, but at the end of the day, what you really want is for people to take enough of an interest in you, that they take the time to subscribe to your channel and eventually visit your website or blog.
Guest posting isn’t dead. It’s true. It’s isn’t dead — and you know what? If you want to increase the exposure of your brand, it’s one of the best strategies out there. Sure, it can be a scary thing. But the rewards can be extraordinary. More followers. More traffic to your site. More subscribers to your list. And in this post, I’ll share 5 great tips (lessons) about guest posting that helped me guest post in some pretty awesome blogs
The success of your blog rests on your landing pages. Also referred to as sales pages or money pages, their main goal is to convert visitors. Whether your purpose is to increase your email list, turn visitors into customers, or any goal that requires your audience to commit to your desired action, your landing page must fulfill it. It’s okay if your landing page isn’t converting the way you want it to. What’s important is what you do once finding out that you can improve your landing page conversion rate.
Social media and internet communities provide you a unique opportunity to directly and instantly communicate with your target audience. These platforms let you create engagement, attract an audience and keep them hooked, given that you can manage your community well. This blog post gives you the exact ideas you need to pique interest of your target readers and drive a steady stream of traffic back to your blog pages.