You’ve decided to do an audit of your website, and you find that you have tons of old content that doesn’t rank. Although you could leave it as it is, SEO experts will tell you you shouldn’t do this because it will drag down the SEO ranking and overall authority of your entire website. Google doesn’t recommend you remove it either. According to Google’s Gary Illyes, “it’s not guaranteed that you will get any positive effect from that”.
So what exactly should you do about that old content? Google’s John Mueller himself gave us the answer: “Improving it means that rankings can only go up”.
73% of millennials are willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings. Ethical marketing is going through the roof. Now is the best time to apply it to your business and cash in on all of the benefits.
In this article, we’ll look at the 13 best ways to use ethical marketing to attract the right audience. They will help you avoid getting into trouble with the law and make sure your brand will stay aligned with its values. Look for instance at how these companies are using ethical marketing the right way.
It’ll lead to a massive increase in sales, conversions, and the number of loyal customers.
Authority marketing involves positioning your brand as a thought leader or expert in your business niche or community. Through sustained effort continuously providing valuable information, it positions your brand as a source of knowledge which others can trust.
The challenge is acute for new brands and websites as their chances of getting high-quality backlinks, which is one of the most critical aspects of acing search rankings, is fairly low. If you too are experiencing the same issue with your brand, we suggest you actively consider exploring authority marketing to build up your search presence.
Do you have a YouTube channel or are you planning to start one this year? If your answer is yes, you’ll be delighted to know that:
YouTube has over 2 billion users. That’s nearly one-third of internet users worldwide. (Source: YouTube)
74% of adults and 77% of 15-35-year olds in the U.S. use YouTube (Source: Hootsuite)
Every year, more and more channels earn 5 figures on YouTube. (Source: YouTube)
If these stats don’t convince you to optimize your videos for YouTube search, I don’t know what does. Because the truth is, YouTube is growing.
Marketing your business through video may not be a new concept. However, we cannot deny the fact that video is a more engaging format than the written word. Brands can convey their message in just a few seconds.
Video is also more personalized and more likely to result in conversions.
But here’s the key:
To make your YouTube videos succeed, you need to invest in YouTube SEO. You read that correctly. Even video content needs to be optimized to gain visibility — just like your website!
Content syndication is one of the most controversial SEO strategies around. In fact, for every content marketer who swears that syndication is essential, you’ll find one who tells you that it’s more trouble than it’s worth.
Why is this?
The controversy comes from the fact that syndication can offer huge SEO benefits, but it also poses a number of risks when you don’t know what you’re doing. On top of that, syndication means working with third parties.
This adds an uncontrolled variable, as your syndication partner can easily mess something up too. Therefore, the best content syndication strategies leverage the benefits on offer while minimizing the risks for your SEO.
Today we’re going to look at two strategies to achieve this. Specifically, we’ll explore how you can syndicate video content and infographics to boost your organic and referral traffic. But first, let’s start with the basics.
Are you looking for the best ways to skyrocket your eCommerce sales conversions? Are you tired of implementing ‘proven’ eCommerce strategies and getting little or no results? If this is you, this article is for you.
After spending a lot of time and resources to create the ‘perfect’ eCommerce website, you expected a sales explosion.
You did your homework and found in-demand products and trusted suppliers. You even set aside a considerable budget for advertising. But despite doing what the internet tells you to do, your eCommerce sales remained below par.
Imagine following the same strategies that 1.3 million eCommerce websites are doing and expecting to perform better somehow?
The average eCommerce sales conversion rate is between 1% to 2%. This rate is what those strategies will get you. If you want to skyrocket your eCommerce sales conversions higher than that, you have to do what only the successful minority of eCommerce store owners are doing. You have to dig deeper to optimize your conversion.