261: Breakthroughs that Grew My Blog from 30 Readers a Day to Profitable in Less Than 2 Years

The post 261: Breakthroughs that Grew My Blog from 30 Readers a Day to Profitable in Less Than 2 Years appeared first on ProBlogger. Three Breakthrough Tips That Helped a Blogger Become Profitable Here’s another episode from our Blogging Breakthroughs series, which features bloggers’ stories about breakthroughs in traffic, income, and other aspects of blogging.… Continue Reading 261: Breakthroughs that Grew My Blog from 30 Readers a Day to Profitable in Less Than 2 Years

How Brands Integrate Content on their eCommerce Category Pages

One of the most frustrating parts of optimizing eCommerce category pages—both product listing pages (PLPs) and intermediary category pages—is that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for how to add content to category pages. If you add too much content that isn’t necessary on the page it could disrupt the user experience.… The post How Brands… Continue Reading How Brands Integrate Content on their eCommerce Category Pages

Tips to Optimize Your Results for Voice Search [Infographic]

Q: Alexa, how popular is voice search? A: Let me check with my frenemies Siri, Bixby, and Cortana, and I’ll get back to you on that. Yes, voice search is growing in popularity, and marketers need to make sure their search results are ranking. See how. Read the full article at MarketingProfs Powered by WPeMatico

Facebook advertising cost: Everything you need to optimize your ROI

Facebook advertising costs range widely and are dependent on many factors, including your industry, location and objectives. With more businesses paying for Facebook ads and Facebook limiting the number of ads they show, quality and targeting is paramount. In this guide, we’ll go through key terms that you’ll see in Facebook ads as well as… Continue Reading Facebook advertising cost: Everything you need to optimize your ROI

Why Surprise and Delight is an Ineffective Word of Mouth Strategy

There’s a trend in marketing, fueled by social media, of businesses trying to garner publicity by doing something special for a customer. Known as “surprise and delight” in the social media community, these initiatives typically involve finding a customer via Twitter or Facebook and then aligning operations to create a “magic moment” for that one… Continue Reading Why Surprise and Delight is an Ineffective Word of Mouth Strategy

Tomorrow’s Products and Services Need to Offer Innovative (Not Just Iterative) Experiences

Napa Valley, what a wonderful place to visit. Some of my favorite wineries are in Napa. Paraduxx, Far Niente, Harlan, Mascot, Nickel and Nickel, Chandon, Domain Carneros, Cuvaison, Schug, just to name a few. Napa is also a wonderful place to work. And, I recently had an opportunity to do so when I was asked… Continue Reading Tomorrow’s Products and Services Need to Offer Innovative (Not Just Iterative) Experiences