Content Marketing for Small Business
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Acquiring and maintaining quality content is the hardest part of website maintenance and your content marketing efforts. But it doesn’t need to be.
Finding time to write detailed, keyword optimised content, search engine friendly articles is near impossible when you are running your own business. Did you know that the average website or blog can “go stale” in about a week? Content is like a hungry shark swimming up from behind and always demanding more.
Keeping on top of your content marketing efforts can be a mammoth task, but we are here to help – cost effectively!
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Content marketing – get your content out to the people who matter!
Content on your website can be fantastic for SEO, but what makes it GREAT is when you share it far and wide. Sharing content across social media, relevant websites, forums and more can make a huge impact, bolster your visibility and increase website traffic.
We work with you to understand your target market so that we can send your target to the people who count. Don’t waste money sending your content out to people who aren’t likely to want your product or service – we hone in to understand who, where and when to maximise the effectiveness of your content marketing efforts.
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Quality Content Writing for Strong Content Marketing
Quality content lays the foundation for a strong content marketing and inbound marketing strategy, in addition to supporting your Search Engine Optimisation.
According to Ascend2, 72% of marketers say relevant content creation was the most effective SEO tactic.
Add to that, research by HupSpot also shows that companies that blogged 11 or more times per month got as much as 3 times more traffic or 4 times as many leads as those who blogged less than 5 times per month.
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There’s an old saying that you should never ‘assume’ because it makes an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’. This may be a harsh assessment, but assumption can cause problems when a business is creating a start-up or small business website design and key content. If you are in this position, then our Get Online Australia team appreciate that, in reality, this is almost always an inadvertent error to make.
With a multitude of website developers available, all at varying costs and timelines, the true assessment of the service provided is the quality of the website, customer experience, self-management ability and most important: is your website engaging? In this post, we list some measures you can use to determine if your website is engaging.
Your eCommerce website is an important brand touchpoint. But poor visualisation of your products can mar this. Hence, to ensure your eCommerce website lives up to your brand’s value proposition, the images of your products play a vital role. Besides, capturing the ‘good side’ of your product online can be the deal clincher.
The statistics cannot be ignored – 9 in 10 refer to online reviews to guide their purchase decision. Social and digital media has democratised marketing. …
When you walk into a shop or a restaurant, or any kind of service provider, the speed and efficiency with which you are served makes a lasting impression. It is the same when a customer makes a digital entrance to your website. In this age of fast-moving websites and mobile apps, statistics show that a website that takes more than three seconds to load will lose more than 40% of potential trade. Those customers, who have an expectation that a site will load in less than two seconds, will have already moved on.
Creating effective content to fit your start-up or small business website design can be a time-consuming process. As well as considering what to include, you also need to know what simply can’t be included, perhaps through space limitations.