By Dr. MaryJo Wagner © 2013 It’s not a newsflash that we live in the age of distraction and the era of ADHD. While this condition is frequently related to children, it’s not just a kid thing. If you’ve got a computer, a smart phone, a couple of TVs, a tablet, and two lovely-but-busy children […]
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 resources I mentioned in the video are: NAMS – Novice to Advanced Marketing System WordTracker Keyword Tool If you found this post valuable, others might, too. Please share (below) on your favorite social media sites. Thanks! Send to Kindle
When most people set out to write PPC ads, they simply lay fingers to keyboard and begin to rattle off whatever they want to tell customers. If it fits into the allotted space, the ad copy is uploaded and run without too much thought. I’ve always been astonished that PPC copywriting takes place with such […]
One of my favorite promotional techniques is the use of webinars. I find that actually showing people what they can learn and do works significantly better than telling them in many cases. It’s always nice to hear from the attendees of the webinars about the successes they had while using the tips they implemented. When […]
Karon Thackston answers questions about using keywords in ALT tags, which pictures work best with copy/content and whether the keyword META tag is actually as dead as people say.
Think a lack of sales immediately means you have bad copy? Nah! Low conversions can be caused by all sorts of things (besides copywriting). Here are 3 of the worst offenders…