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What is PPC (Pay-per click)? Earnings per click
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is PPC? Pay-Per Click

What is PPC? Pay-per-click is a form of internet marketing which involves a cost each time an ad is clicked. These ads are strategically placed across

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What is Google Assistant? Googles Siri or Alexa
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is Google Assistant?

What is Google Assistant? The arrival of voice activated search makes Google Assistant an essential if you have an interest in keeping your website updated

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What is Influencer Marketing? Why use influencers for marketing
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is Influencer Marketing?

What is influencer marketing? Influencer marketing is popular for good reasons and, if done right, it may end up having unparalleled growth, sales and results for

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What is Organic Reach? Reaching customers naturally
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is Organic Reach?

What is organic reach and how could it work for my business? If you haven’t asked yourself this question you could be missing out on

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What is a content plan? Planning content
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is A Content Plan?

What is a content plan? Simple: if you have a business you’ll want to take time to make sure you have the right marketing content

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What is Google Search? Facts of Google search
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is Google Search?

What is Google Search? There’s much more to Google Search than you’d expect, meaning lots more opportunity to make Google work harder for you and

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What is Content? Writing and creating content
Content Writing and Marketing

What Is Content?

What is content? Content is a message to a targeted group of readers.  It can take the form of text, audio, video or multimedia graphics.

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Content marketing was born from the proven realisation that talking WITH your customers will always outperform talking AT your customers with ‘hard sell’ techniques.

We’ve tried-and-tested the latest content marketing methods by building ProfileTree on professional, proven content techniques. Find out how in this selection of specialist blogs.

After all, content can be seen as a way to find the right traffic and drive the right traffic to the perfect page on your site. Then, vitally, content can engage your audience in the right way, using a clear customer journey, to work towards real return on investment.

Great content marketing is, ultimately, the opposite of relying on vanity metrics and disjointed marketing online. Discover more with our free resources.

Why invest in content marketing? the marketplace we live and work in today is radically different from the one in which many of us started.

A content marketing strategy (not to be confused with a content strategy) analyses the different ways content marketing can be used across the buyer’s journey, the customer life cycle and/or the different customer experience touchpoints but it goes beyond that. Essentially a content marketing strategy explores how content marketing can be used in a strategic way as such and for and with other marketing, customer and sales strategies. A strong strategy needs to map to what the audience is looking for no matter where they are in the sales funnel.

They’re spending more time researching before they reach out to buy, and brands can provide the answers they need through content. Informative content like blogs and infographics do wonders for early-stage brand awareness. When prospects are getting ready to make a purchase, they’ll want more immersive collateral such as whitepapers, eBooks or product videos. Providing these resources sets brands apart from the competition.

There are many tasks you can do to improve SEO, but nothing comes close to the impact of content marketing on your website’s SEO power. And it makes perfect sense. Content, simply put, is just information.  Google aims to match the highest quality, most relevant information with the search queries of their users ─ but if you’re creating content sharing this information, you have every chance of ranking and being found for it.

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