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How to get more comments on your business blog

How to get more comments on your business blog

by on December 4, 2019

Do you ever publish a blog post, only for the post to bomb?

Barely any views, no comments and no social media engagement – it can feel very demoralising, especially if you are putting time and effort into content creation.

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Crello presents 100 free customizable templates for Product Hunt

Crello presents 100 free customizable templates for Product Hunt

by on September 13, 2019

After two launches with Product Hunt, a website that lets users share and discover new products, Crello launches a new collection of templates designed to help other businesses do the same

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Online templates : How to help celebrate ‘food occasions’

Online templates : How to help celebrate ‘food occasions’

by on June 21, 2019

Worldwide Holidays for Foodies

Crello launches online templates to help celebrate ‘food occasions’

 The global “foodie” trend has fueled the next iteration of online content marketing and Crello has responded with an entire collection of food holiday themed templates.

Every week sees a holiday centered on a different food which can easily be celebrated with the new Worldwide Foodies Calendar.

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Spend time on CRO because it’s the cherry on the SEO cake

Spend time on CRO because it’s the cherry on the SEO cake

by on October 31, 2018

CRO stands for conversion rate optimisation. It is what motivates online visitors into taking some sort of action, or more importantly taking an action you want them to take.

It could be a sale, registering their email or a free trial. If you’ve spent the effort of attracting the customer with SEO then don’t lose them because of poor CRO.

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How the web changed the way we compete with each other

How the web changed the way we compete with each other

by on March 20, 2018

Since the start of the digital age the Internet has made great impact on various spheres of human life.

Today many people wouldn’t be able to image their lives without the Internet, computers and mobile devices. This shows just how vital the web has become in our everyday lives.

Some of the biggest changes that can be noticed are in the way we communicate, the way business is done, how marketing has changed, the availability of information and so on. However, the impact of the web is so strong that it has changed many social spheres of life and how we behave. [more…]

TheMarketingblog gets top billing in the “Best UK Marketing Blogs list”

TheMarketingblog gets top billing in the “Best UK Marketing Blogs list”

by on February 14, 2018

Top 100 UK Marketing Blogs

We at theMarketingblog are right up at the top of the Best UK Marketing blogs. Created and measured from thousands of top UK Marketing blogs in an index using search and social metrics.

Check the full 100 list here >>> 

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The basics for online reputation management

by on January 24, 2017

Today more than ever, your online reputation could be the reason behind fewer sales, fewer visitors, or on a good note could bring in more customers than you might imagine. With the internet, so readily available, anyone can write a review on a company or product which can be detrimental if you have a disgruntled employee or a dissatisfied customer.

It only takes one person to post on a product review website using your company name or your URL to cause you to have a bad reputation. These reviews often show up on search results above your own website which of course anyone looking for your products or your business will surely see.

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How to write blog posts that drive real business results!

by on September 6, 2016

This actionable guide teaches you how to write blog posts that drive real business results!

Not only does this eBook explain how to write great blog posts, it also walks you step-by-step through exercises designed to help you put this knowledge to work right away in your own content!

Download now and start writing great blog posts today!

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1 in 5 PR disasters break on Twitter, while 94% are inflamed by Twitter trolls

by on July 29, 2016

94% of all PR crises either start or spread on Twitter. That’s according to new research from media monitoring platform Visibrain, released in conjunction with the company’s Best Practice Guide for Media Monitoring.

Visibrain’s research was conducted in partnership with Nicolas Vanderbiest, a crisis communications specialist at the University of Leuven. His analysis examined over one hundred of the biggest PR disasters from the last year and identified that in nearly every case, Twitter had either started the crisis or helped make it significantly worse.

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A virtuous circle of publisher partnership … Fiare

A virtuous circle of publisher partnership … Fiare

by on July 18, 2016

Interesting article about Fiare customers Time Inc. and Dennis Publishing

The UK launch of Fiare – allowing online publishers to integrate marketplaces into their editorial websites as a new way of monetising – we’ve compiled an opinion article around what exactly this means for all the industries involved.

Marketing, as we all know, is a game of funnels. Grab the mildly interested at the top and keep as many in the funnel until they reach the buying decision. In the modern, digital world, the crease in that process comes in the form of clicks. [more…]