*This is an updated post
*This is an updated post
Consumers now have more than enough choices for products or services -- thanks to the internet. This puts local businesses in a unique spot more so than ever. However, the great thing that arises from this is that smaller businesses can also compete with larger business with a smaller marketing budget. That's all thanks to e-commerce!
Every blog owner will tell you how difficult it can be to come up with new ideas for posts. This can be especially daunting when working on a small business’ blog.
Writing is an art, not a science. We remember that all too well when the time comes to sit down and write. It seems the writing process is full of challenges that never seem to go away. We’ve all wished at some point for a secret formula to help us overcome them! Well keep on reading and I’ll share strategies on how to overcome some of the biggest challenges in your writing process: procrastination and writing original content.
Have you ever published a blog post, and saw almost no traffic coming back to your site or on social media? Competing to get the attention of the 329 million people who read the thousands of blogs published a day, means taking extra care in every phase of blogging.
It’s only been a few weeks since the release of Atomic Reach’s Content Scoring Engine. Content creators who have been actively checking out and using the platform have emailed and tweeted us with some of their awesome questions.
In an era of search engine optimization (SEO), bloggers and online writers are faced with the challenge of pleasing both search engines and their readers. With this new challenge has come new debates on whether to write for SEO or the readers themselves. To make it even more complicated, search engines are constantly changing their algorithms, which can explain changes in rankings and website traffic. With this in mind, many content marketing experts have concluded that quality content is king and producing high quality content pleases both readers and search engines alike.
If you've been around the internet long enough, you probably heard about something called SEO. Advocates of SEO go on about how it does wonders for your website, but it becomes so shrouded in mystery with all the tech jargon they use. It ends up feeling like there’s an SEO club and the first rule of SEO club is not really explaining it well enough to the rest of us.