Over the past few months, the okwrite team has been delving into all the ways that our content is being read in terms of search engine optimization (SEO), particularly in regard to Google’s BERT rollout.
Gabbing attention isn’t the only purpose of a headline. Again, it’s an introduction to the content that follows – it’s your chance to immediately inform the audience of how they’ll benefit from your post.
okwrite has selected the best content marketing tools for marketers by taking a deep dive into what has worked for successful businesses across a range of industries.
7 Ways to Step Up Your LinkedIn Content Marketing Game, Offer Real Value to Your Followers, and Increase Engagement
Creating informative and relevant content might find itself buried on all social channels if it is pushed out at the wrong time.
It’s important to post your content at relevant times to get ahead of the curve. Let’s try to break down when the best times to publish your content
How To: B2C Content Marketing from okwrite.co on Vimeo. For those interested in growing their business and converting to the proven practice of inbound marketing, you might want to take a look at one of the most useful tactics at pulling in prospects: B2C content marketing. If you’re not positive what content marketing is, or […]
Your strategic marketing plan is polished, your writers are ready to go, and you’re excited to see the change your company can make with inbound marketing. Or, you’ve been doing inbound marketing but aren’t seeing the economic results? There are surprisingly simple ways to adjust your marketing campaign to bring in more leads, generate a […]
So, is inbound marketing a waste of time? In a word: no! You may think (and correctly so) that we’re being bias, as a company that specializes in inbound marketing, but having been around the marketing world for a good long time, we can tell you, inbound marketing is far from a waste of time!
We live in an increasingly connected world which means great news for business innovation, but bad news for anyone who would rather do things the same old way.