Tailwind is a super simple yet supremely powerful content scheduling solution for Pinterest and Instagram. You can use it to save time with bulk image upload, really easy drag and drop calendar, multi-board pinning and pin looping, hashtag lists, and more. Plus, you can automatically optimize your Pinterest and Instagram schedules based on when your audience is most engaged.
Vidyard lets you create and manage your video library from a single dashboard. You can easily add your videos to the blog posts, landing pages of your website, emails or various social media profiles. It allows users to browse your videos by adding a custom playlist and helps you to measure the performance of your videos by conducting A/B split testing.
If you go for depth in your content, instead of breadth, promotion will become so much easier. Look at what everyone in your arena is providing and if you can show up to the 500-word advice post party with a 5,000-word step-by-step guide that actually helps people… then your readers will notice that. You’ll not only have a much greater chance of selling people on the quality of your content, it’ll be more likely to go viral, Google will rank it higher in the organic search because it’ll be longer and more in-depth.
Building a robots.txt file can be confusing, and there are many online SEO tools that don't make the job much easier. You want to make sure that when search engines crawl your site, they don't have access to sensitive files, but they do have access to others. User our free Robots.txt Generator Tool to build or modify your robots.txt file, and get a look at how your current robots.txt file will work versus your new one.
SEO, Search Engine Optimization is defined as, “the process of maximizing the number of visitors to a particular website by ensuring that the site appears high on the list of results returned by a search engine.” For the most part, this is true. (In a nutshell, but using a combination of tools from keywords, content, and other factors that can help you rank well on search engines) For the regular Joe out there, SEO is the process that can help you “get found on Google.”
Maybe you’re looking to spice up your blog up with some different content for your readers. Instead of doing all the research and reporting back on your findings, you may want to look into having a guest blogger. Why, you ask? Having a guest blogger can be helpful in multiple ways, as you allow others to add content to your website. Your readers will be able to receive fresh content from a different perspective, and your guest may carry an expertise in a subject that you don’t have. Another benefit to getting some fresh blood in your blog is that your guest’s followers will likely head to your website when the post is published. It’s a win-win for the both of you.
Of all the competitive intelligence tools we’ve looked at so far, The Search Monitor is one of the most useful. PPC marketers can use The Search Monitor to examine data on sponsored listings and PLAs across nine ad networks and 1,200 industry verticals, and also offers a ton of geotargeting and custom audience functionality. Well worth checking out.
MobileMonkey helps you build chatbots to take your Facebook Messenger marketing to the next level. You can use it to manage a number of lead generation activities such as chat blasts, drip campaigns, and list building. It also allows you to automate the customer service by providing the answers to frequently asked questions at any time, seamlessly.
Traditional analytics tools provide you information like how users came to your site, what pages they view, and how they navigate from one page to another. Heatmap tools offer visual analytics of page areas your users click, look, engage, and scroll. The following Heatmap tools will help you to understand usability issues with your website and optimize it for better user experience and sales conversions.
I’ve just taken the SEO role at my agency full time and, whilst it can be difficult at times, I am liking the challenge. I wonder if you had any suggestions when it came to finding “opportunity keywords” for term/subjects that don’t necessarily have massive search volumes associated to them? I use a few tools and utilise Google’s related terms already, but wondered if there were any tricks for finding new markets?
Awesome tips Brian. Always enjoy your posts. My question is, how can I boost traffic significantly if my keyword has pretty low search volume (around 100 monthly searches based on keyword planner)? I’ve been trying to expand my keyword list to include broader terms like “customer experience” but as you know that is super competitive. Do you have any suggestions for me? Thanks in advance.
How to use Charlie: Intended as a tool to help you prep for meeting new people, Charlie gives you a full run-down of a person—social media profiles, biography, interests, big news, etc.—by looking at your upcoming calendar or running an email address. If you’re wanting info on a single person ad-hoc, simply enter their email address into Charlie, and they’ll tell you everything.