In the second of our series on content marketing, we look at 10 places to find online marketing content in your business. The good news is that every business has content to share, it’s just a case of knowing where to look.
With over 750 million users worldwide and around 30m here in the UK, Facebook represents a big opportunity for businesses of all sizes. Whether you’re a local company or national brand, it’s very likely that your customers are on the world’s leading social network.
It's a good idea to register your business blog with Technorati the blog search engine. It's one way to reach people who are actively searching for information on your topic, deliver targeted traffic to your blog and attract inbound links.
There are really good reasons for businesses to have a blog, though surprisingly many still don’t.
Many businesses who are looking to get more from their website, or perhaps launch a new one, may have thought about using a SEO copywriting service. But it’s another cost to pay, so is it worth it?
Google’s Panda update came to the UK on the 11th April. In terms of its scope, Google believes this has affected around 12% of all search queries.
aim of this search algorithm change is to reduce the impact of low-quality articles on Google’s results. It means that sites can no longer rely on producing poor content that’s written purely for search engine optimisation purposes.