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Content Marketing

The Third Key Sign of a Cheesy Sales Page


The third key sign of a cheesy sales page is extremely long sales pages. You might think that the expression the more, the better applies at almost any situation. However, in this case, it does not. Extremely long sales pages do not assure a sale.  You have probably seen this all over the internet.  They […]

Filed under Content Marketing, September 25th, 2013

Giving out of Information: The Most Crucial Part in Getting a Sale


It certainly does not do you any favor when a million people go to your sales page, but they happen to be the wrong audience.  You are not going to sell them anything if they do not have a need for whatever service or product you are pushing.  Hence, it is important that you filter […]

Filed under Content Marketing, September 13th, 2013

Fully develop and support your Tweet compilation post comments


Another common error of a Tweet compilation blog post is not fully fleshing out the argumentation behind the comments.  When you do not fully flesh out an argument, you are not only making bad assertions that do not have sufficient support, but you are also endangering yourself of being perceived as blowing a lot of […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 17th, 2013

Using Twitter Tweets as Blog Content


As we have discussed earlier, there is a way to use Twitter as a source of content marketing materials for your blog posts.  You basically just piggyback on other people’s work.  When they tweet a resource, you compile them together, you find authoritative sources, and then, you comment on them. By making assertions and taking […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 15th, 2013

Shallow Reasoning Makes for Bad Twitter Compilation Posts or Articles


You have decided not to merely repeat what the tweet you are featuring said. You have decided to take a stand and make an assertion, and you have decided to back up your assertions with facts. What else could go wrong? Quite a bit actually. Sure you have gone through the steps above, but merely […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 13th, 2013

Increase the quality of your critical content through factual support


If you want people to take your tweet compilation post or article seriously, back it up with facts. Do not just blurt out the facts, although that can sometimes be great. Reciting facts is good since it honors the intelligence of your readers. It helps them come to a well-reasoned and rational decision. Your content […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 10th, 2013

Rise above your competition through constructive Criticism


Criticize in a positive way, but critique, take a stand and stop playing it safe. Get past your comfort zone and really aim high. This is the key to truly distinguishing yourself from your competition. Remember, they too are trying to build a brand. They are also doing social media marketing and creating content. Yet […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 7th, 2013

Effective Twitter Compilation Content requires Solid Editorial Skill


Just because you can compile content easily and rank content authority easily on Twitter does not mean that you have to become a sloppy writer. You still have to implement certain editorial skills to pull this off. First, you have to find tweets that are authoritative or tweets that have been retweeted a lot, so […]

Filed under Content Marketing, March 1st, 2013

Twitter has Reinvented Writing


It may sound outrageous considering that Twitter only allows you 140 characters for each “microblog” post, but Twitter truly is reinventing writing, at least online writing. How? You can build content based on other people’s content. If they recommend a certain link or they summarize a specific piece of content, that tweet is in of […]

Filed under Content Marketing, February 20th, 2013

Benefit from Reddit traffic by creating content that fits its personality


Branding on Reddit can also be made easier if you craft content that is consistent with the materials that are already popular at Reddit. Just like Digg, the audiences have certain preferences for certain subject matter. To be honest, they have a particular bias regarding a particular editorial stance. As long as you are not […]

Filed under Content Marketing, February 17th, 2013
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