Blogging Regularly, but Page Views Keep Dropping?

 


One of the first pieces of advice you'll receive when trying to build up a good foundation for SEO in your business is to regularly create new pieces of content. Usually, blogging is the perfect answer for this problem — blogs can be short and sweet, keeping your website popping up in search results without having to revamp your basic content or constantly add new site pages, which can rapidly make your site tough to navigate for potential leads.

If you're blogging but your overall pageviews are still dropping — or they aren't budging an inch when you look over your monthly site performance — something's wrong. Regular blogs should be helping you out, not hurting you!

What can you do to perk things back up? We have a few ideas.

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Posted by Katherine Faulk on March 9, 2017 in Blogging | 0 Comments

Writing for Inbound Marketing

 

Writing for inbound marketing isn't like any other kind of writing you've probably ever done. While it requires a solid foundation of the basic writing skills you picked up in your education, it combines a host of other writing styles and requires you to be able to seamlessly incorporate:

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Posted by Erin Durham on January 25, 2016 in Inbound Marketing, Content Marketing, Blogging | 0 Comments

3 Things Everyone Says About Blogging — And Why They're Totally Wrong

 

Blogging is often overlooked. With all the buzz and flash of new social media platforms popping up seemingly every day, it's easy to forget about this basic part of your inbound marketing foundation. Unfortunately, blogging is an aspect of content marketing that doesn't come naturally, or easily, to everyone. A business owner or employee who doesn't enjoy writing or feels uncomfortable building their blog presence may feel like regular blogging is more difficult than useful. Not true! There are many common myths and misconceptions that have cropped up around blogging as a marketing tool. We're here to help you see through those misconceptions and make sure you're utilizing your company's blog to its absolute fullest potential. 

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Posted by Katherine Faulk on September 14, 2015 in Inbound Marketing, Content Marketing, Blogging | 0 Comments