May 6, 2020 Marketing

8 Strategies How to Promote Your Blog Content in 2020

I am a great proponent of Inbound marketing – and investing in content development is brilliant in the long run. But unless you promote your blog, there’s virtually no way for visitors to discover your content. SEO has evolved drastically over the past two decades. I was crushing it for all sorts of keywords in

LinkedIn for Business

April 22, 2020 Marketing

Marketing On LinkedIn: The Step-By-Step Executive Guide

Facebook or Instagram may be the leaders for B2C and direct relations to consumers, but nothing beats marketing strategies on LinkedIn for businesses when it comes to professional B2B relationships, selling enterprise products, or recruiting top talent. LinkedIn For Businesses C-Suite executives represent about 1.5% of the LinkedIn population – let alone the myriad of

SaaS marketing strategies

April 8, 2020 Marketing

10 SaaS Marketing Strategies for Businesses

SaaS marketing is a type of marketing that is tailored to software as a service solution. Traditional marketing is often split into two halves – inbound (bringing customers organically or through different mediums to the site), or outbound (reaching out to prospects, clients, partners, advertising and so forth). Those could also be performed online, or

evergreen content ideas

February 19, 2020 Marketing

Maximizing The Benefits Of Evergreen Content

As a consumer (or a prospect), I don’t respond to sales calls well. Intrusive advertisement is a lot less effective than educational content, answering questions to problems I’m realistically struggling with, and leading me through a journey I find easier to pass through than doing all of the due diligence myself. This is why I’d

Guest posting lessons

January 15, 2020 Marketing

Guest Blogging: 9 Lessons For Effective Outreach

Guest blogging (also referred to as “guest posting”) is the process of content production for a third-party source for the sake of receiving brand recognition, a backlink, or a different PR-related benefit. Publishing content to external sources has been around since forever. Websites like Huffington Post or Business 2 Community largely grew and survived primarily

January 1, 2020 Marketing

The Business Executives’ Guide To Inbound Marketing

The business executives of a company should be the frontliners in marketing the company’s products and services. There’s hardly any way around it.  If you are a part of the senior leadership or management of a company, it’s crucial to learn how to navigate marketing alongside other business operations. Digital marketing involves several skills, including

The Practical Guide to Producing Long-Form Content

October 23, 2019 Marketing

The Practical Guide to Producing Long-Form Content

My preference goes towards writing comprehensive, long-form articles. My usual blog posts would normally end up between 2,000 and 3,000 words, some resulting in 4,000 – 6,000 in specific cases. However, 90% of the traffic to my own website comes from organic search and about 75–80% of our agency’s traffic is organic as well. Choosing

brand recognition and other KPIs

October 2, 2019 Marketing

Why Brand Recognition Is A Key Metric In Measuring Marketing Campaigns

Most organizations out there have a really hard time measuring the majority of their KPIs. Their marketing process is flat, measuring solely money in, money out. Those that keep evolving and strive to bring excellence at work act in several different ways (also contingent on industry/business size, but here’s what usually happens). How Different Companies

content repurposing

September 25, 2019 Marketing

4 Common Mistakes You Must Avoid In Content Repurposing

Repurposing content sparks joy. One of the reasons I canceled most of my training contracts back in the day was the limited impact. Training 20-30 people at a time is great. You can bond with them and work with every single one. But I switched to blogging, conferences, and then content repurposing because I felt