Marketing Words provides copy and content designed to boost conversions, search rankings and sales. We don’t handle design issues. So why do I have a guest post from a design expert on my blog? Because Google’s mobile update is serious business that could potentially cause a lot of websites some very unexpected problems as of […]
Aiming strictly for the highest search-count terms will lead you astray almost every time. When you give due consideration to all the pieces of the puzzle, you stand a better chance of creating a final list of keywords for each web page that work to bring in qualified traffic at the right point in the buying process.
The original and longest-standing article directory on the Web has closed its doors for good. IdeaMarketers.com is no more. Find out from owner, Marnie Pehrson, why she did it and why she thinks article marketing is now on life support.
Think Google is trying to make it harder to rank for specific keywords? Wondering if article marketing is all but dead? Find out as I give you some insider copywriting tips about both.
Do you *have* to use keyword phrases the same way every time? Watch me as I click around the web and show you examples of how keyword copywriting is supposed to work.
If article marketing is a part of your promotional strategy (and it should be) you’ll want to have a look at this. Great tips to take you from so-so to super!
One bit of misinformation can completely skew your keyword research results. Yet hardly anybody is talking about where the keyword research data comes from and how to use it properly. Once you know the truth, the process gets a LOT easier.
Exactly how do you implement in-person psychology techniques when writing copy? Read on to find out.
Ever feel like you’re in a rut when it comes to writing articles? No matter what you do, most of your material comes out in the same format with the same tone and the same style. How boring is that?! Here’s a great way to break the monotony.
Denise Wakeman interviews me about writing blog posts that captivate readers and convert them to customers. Quick MP3 is about 25 minutes and packed full of expert-level techniques.