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Category: Content
14 Nov 2016

Three Tools to Build a Mobile Digital Asset

Some people call them “content upgrades”, I prefer the term “digital assets“; either way they are important to invest time and money in: Digital assets attract links and social media shares (And thus generate traffic and increase your site rankings) Digital assets build brand loyalty by letting your site users take your brand home with them (Download, bookmark, install whatever you have created for them) There are lots of types… [Read More…]


05 Jul 2016

8 Companies That Get Content Marketing

There are so many businesses that just don’t “get” content marketing. They use it as a blunt force tool, without any finesse. You can always tell when their heart isn’t in it. Part of that is due to general quality and consistency in posting. But mostly it’s a feeling; they just aren’t trying understanding their own brand, and it comes through. On the other hand, these companies absolutely get their… [Read More…]


18 Apr 2016

Answer Your Customers’ Questions and Get Inspired with This Cool Tool

I have already listed some absolutely awesome tools that generate keyword research using Search Suggest features (Google, Bing, YouTube and more). Today I am bringing up another tool that should be added to the list. Answer The Public makes Google and Bing Suggest results truly inspiring by grouping and visualizing search suggestions. The tools makes a topic research actually captivating by giving you lots of insights into your core topic… [Read More…]


04 Apr 2016

10 Tools to Visualize Numbers and Percentages

Visualization is an important key to properly conveying numbers and percentages online. Human beings are visual creatures. We do better seeing representations than we do hearing or reading stats. Therefore visualization is the marketing goldmine: Graphs and charts are much more sharable than many other types of images. More importantly, graphs seem to trigger more clicks because people are curious to see the details. Charts and graphs make great visual… [Read More…]


15 Feb 2016

3 Ways to Make More of Your Instagram Content

Being obsessed with Instagram has become the new being obsessed with Facebook. While the website has yet to outgrow Facebook and Twitter, users are extremely dedicated to their feeds. With Instagram being one of the fastest growing networks on the web, it is time people began using it more seriously. The problem is that it is still in many ways an unknown entity. How do you make the most of… [Read More…]


01 Feb 2016

Here’s How to Link from Inside Youtube Video: Build Traffic from Youtube

For a few years now you can add clickable links (calls-to-action, additional info, contact details, etc) right inside your Youtube video to direct viewers to your site, project, product page, etc. The problem is, while the topic is covered quite well inside Youtube guidelines, it’s scattered so much around the place that you’ll have trouble finding answers to your questions even if you know what you are looking for. Let’s… [Read More…]


16 Dec 2015

Making Great Content: A Wizard of Oz Approach

SEM and SEO experts stress one point on a constant basis: To do well in search and convert, a website needs great content. Brands must create content that’s unique and interesting, but they have to do more than that: They must create something memorable that rises above the daily noise. But how? How does one measure “great content,” and what does it look like? How can a brand, company, content… [Read More…]


18 Nov 2015

Digital Dojo: When You’re ‘Lack Toast and Tolerant’

Recently, you’ve probably seen something that caught your eye on Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace, and quickly slapped that ‘Share’ or ‘Retweet’ icon as fast as you could. The problem is, and you may not realize it, is that most of what you’re sharing with your friends is usually boring to everyone but you. There’s only one way to fix this problem, and that’s to share more cool infographics. Here are… [Read More…]


23 Sep 2015

Impressive! This is How Much Exposure You Can Achieve by Creating Great Content

To encourage our Digital Asset team who work hard to build the highest-value content and bring lots trust and brand signals to our clients, we are excited to invite two of them to “Jim and Ann show” and let them share their success stories. We hope that these impressive numbers and results will inspire you to create something awesome for your site! Here are some of the numbers we shared… [Read More…]


14 Sep 2015

How to Add Estimated Reading Time to Your Blog

There’s a great article on how you can improve your content engagement by showing the estimated reading time of your article. Basically, the phenomenon is explained by New Yorker back in 2013: The more we know about something – including precisely how much time it will consume – the greater the chance we will commit to it. Here are some evidence from those who tried that: David Michael Ross says… [Read More…]


25 Aug 2015

How to Promote a Blog Post on Social Media #JimAndAnn Show

Once you publish an article, your job is not done! You need to invest at least 30-40 minutes in the basic social media sharing tasks which we’ll discuss today! Do your homework: Share your blog post like a PRO Ann is sharing her social media marketing technique: Immediately after you publish a blog post, share it on social media. It’s recommended to share (not schedule first) because you’ll be able… [Read More…]


10 Aug 2015

How to Repackage Webinars Into Lots of Awesome Content

Webinars are an excellent way to connect with users, directly engage, promote services, generate leads, and build authority. A single webinar can provide benefits for years to come. There is no doubt that webinars are incredible resources. But they don’t end at the webinar itself. You can repackage that content into new content, which will stretch even further. As you may know, I am big fan of repackaging and writing… [Read More…]


29 Jun 2015

Everything You Wanted to Know about Pinterest Business Accounts

We all love Pinterest on a personal level, right? It is a fun idea, using visual media rather than the usual form of social blogging that we are used to. As far as business applications are concerned we all know we should be utilizing Pinterest as the valuable tool it is. But because it is so specific (It’s all about visual content!) it can seem a bit intimidating. How do… [Read More…]