Blogging for your business is an important part of establishing your company as an industry thought leader, bringing in new site traffic, and converting that traffic into leads and customers. And while posts about an esteemed latest hire or an exciting product update are important pieces to help your readers keep up with
Bloggers have plenty to worry about. Deadlines, writer’s block, content quotas, incorrect grammar, and the proper use of semi-colons are fears that constantly plague us (just to name a few).
This post originally appeared on the Insiders section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Insiders. Once you’ve made the decision to engage a web design agency to design and develop a site for you, it’s important to understand how to maximize your budget so that your team can spend as […]
A thank-you page is the page contacts see immediately after filling out and submitting a form on a landing page. The thank-you page is the final stage in your conversion process. In addition to thanking the person who converted on your landing page, optimized thank-you pages:
On April 29, Facebook announced the winners of the third annual Facebook Studio Awards — Facebook’s way of recognizing brands and agencies from around the world creating great campaigns. With 1.28 billion monthly users and access to a trove of consumer data, companies of all shapes
In order to build a robust database of leads for you or your sales team that you can reach out to at any time, you need to get people to sign up for something on your website — an ebook, a whitepaper, a webinar, a newsletter, a blog subscription, etc. But there are certain mistakes […]
When you first join Pinterest, pinning seems simple. You upload an image and a link to a board you have and voila — you’ve got a pin! The fervor sets in: You begin to pin all the things you can. Photographs! Infographics! Logos! Icons! As long as it’s an image, it gets pinned.
This post originally appeared on the Sales section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Sales. There’s a lot of talk around the changing sales and online marketing landscape. But this evolution is driven by one important factor: the customer.