Did you know that in the world of blogging, 80 percent of your site visitors read your headline but only 20 percent read the article attached? That’s right – you’re losing most of your readership well before the first paragraph, and that’s a serious problem. Your headlines aren’t doing their work and if you want […]
Marketing for startups presents challenges that big companies do not have to deal with. To begin with, these fledgling ventures have to start from scratch. You have no name recognition to build on, competition is fierce, there are too many digital options for marketing and it’s overwhelming, and budget is limited.
Back in August last year Google published a post talking about the negative affect of interstitial and popups on mobile devices and how they were planning on rolling out an update to combat this in early 2017. Pages that show intrusive interstitials provide a poorer experience to users than other pages where content is immediately […]
Nobody likes spam traffic to their website or blog, it messes with your historical data, uses up your bandwidth and you don’t know what kind of activity this traffic is doing on your site such as looking for security weaknesses. While checking our recent Google Analytics reports this morning for Bloggingpro.com I noticed a sharp […]
It’s easy to get caught up in addressing a global readership whenever you post a blog article. But you can’t forget the value behind word-of-mouth marketing and connections. Your neighborhood is a microcosm of prospective readers, and you can tap into its potential by getting the word out there and engaging with your community. Also, […]
When it comes to internet marketing, it’s safe to say that Google are the masters – in fact they pretty much invented SEO (intentionally or otherwise) and most forms of marketing are reliant on the search giants to some extent. But there’s a bit of a paradox there if you look closely, that being that […]