One of the challenges new WordPress users frequently have is understanding the difference between posts and pages. In fact, this is even sometimes challenging for experienced WordPress users. In this post, I’m going to explain the difference between posts and pages, and when you would use one over the other.…Read More
Strategies for Design
For most businesses and organizations, the thought of a website redesign can be both exciting and daunting. It often takes a lot of time and money. It also brings out a lot of stress and tension.
A website redesign wouldn’t be so complicated and stressful for everyone – the client, the designers and developers, the decision-makers and other invested team members – if you start off with a little bit of preparation and planning.…Read More
This article was originally published on WPMU DEV Blog – http://bit.ly/1CWlXRJ
Many sites these days offer one-off free gifts like eBooks and discounts in exchange for joining their mailing list. It’s become so common now that users almost expect it. If your business uses this technique, how’s it working out for you?…Read More
Master copywriter Eugene Schwartz often spent an entire week on the first 50 words of a sales piece — the headline and the opening paragraph. Sound excessive? Well, just imagine how disappointed you’d be after reading a killer headline for an article only to lose momentum and interest on the first sentence.…
By Ryan Lynch, from HubSpot Marketing Blog – http://bit.ly/1DbuOCb
Inbound marketing is here, people. What this means for your business is that your audience no longer wants their attention bought––they want it earned. This means lead generation strategies need to be revamped across the industry to better meet the needs of target markets.…Read More
By Christopher Phin, from Creative Bloq – http://bit.ly/1FjHaao
In typography, as in grammar, there is no objective ‘right’ way to do things; there are just conventions, and these conventions change over time. And what’s more, while we could argue that the examples we’re about to give are indeed mistakes – that is, things that are wrong – it’s also true that there are often technical or style reasons to make them deliberately; we do on Creative Bloq all the time.…Read More
By Damien Farnworth, from Copyblogger – http://bit.ly/1Dv5IKU
One of the first steps to creating adaptive content is becoming aware of the content you already have. This is why you’re encourage to audit your site regularly.
But before you dive into a full-blown comprehensive content audit, it might be possible to make your job a little easier by first dealing with all of the expired content.…Read More
By Demian Farnworth, from Copyblogger – http://bit.ly/1JuXdbj
Welcome to the year of adaptive content. The choose-your-own-adventure era of content marketing. The age of the customized customer experience.
We’ve already tipped our hand by publishing two podcasts on the topic: Adaptive Content: A Trend to Pay Attention to in 2015 and Behind the Scenes: 2014 in Review and the Road Ahead.…Read More
By Andrew McDermott, from Copyblogger – http://bit.ly/18QHF1c
Throughout your journey to overcome online obscurity, you produce a lot of content.
Content marketing is about making a connection with your audience and building relationships. Since you invest time and effort into your writing, you want to see tangible results.…Read More
By Laura Kane, from HubSpot Marketing Blog – http://bit.ly/1KpzEM4
Most marketers know the importance of creating unique content for different social mediums. For instance, would you use the same exact copy in a paid search ad that you did in a tweet?…Read More