6 Engagement Metrics to Measure Your Social Media Performance

One of the reasons why a social media marketing agency loves its job is that it gets to use some of the simplest tools of marketing - social media platforms. These platforms also let an agency conveniently track and measure the engagement on every post or tweet. Nearly all social media platforms come with helpful dashboards where you can read and calculate all kinds of engagement data.

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How to Create Long-form Blogs

Did you know that content-heavy sites can get more backlink, increase your search engine visibility, and also boost your conversion rate? Writing long-form content is a simple task but creating one can be a task. It takes a lot of effort, time, and attention. To make the task easier for you, here is a step-by-step guide to creating a long-form B2B content piece.

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5 Tools a Content Agency Must Use

If you have worked as a content writer with a content writing agency, then you may be well aware of the different content tools that are used. These tools are extremely beneficial and almost every seasoned content writer would prefer using at least some of them if not all. The tools that are used by content agencies usually consist of writing tools, plagiarism checker tools, social media tools, SEO tools, etc. Let’s take a look at them in detail.

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7 Things to Avoid While Writing a Wikipedia Page

Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia and most of the Wikipedia pages often get featured in the search result. It is, in fact, a common source of information among the masses for years now. But did you know that this encyclopedia is actually created with the help of millions of users just like you and me? Wikipedia was started by Larry Sanger as a non-profit project to make information easily available to the masses. It is a simple platform where you can make an account and provide information for any given topic. This information is further edited by the selected editors of Wikipedia to ensure that the quality of information provided is accurate.

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5 Things that Your Blog Must Have

Since I work in a content writing agency, I come across several blog posts during my research that are well-written and interesting, along with an engaging narrative. I think I won’t be wrong in saying that every blogger aims to write intriguing content for their audience. And for that to happen, a blogger must write as well read religiously. Along with regular writing, you need to understand certain technicalities and popular practices associated with content writing. All successful blogs have some standard elements that can make blog posts consistent and captivating. You can include these essential elements in your blog posts too.

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How Many Keywords Should You Use for a Page?

Sometimes, search engine optimization (SEO) may seem very complicated. You need to think about your marketing strategy, backlinks, web page design, metadata, HTML, and more importantly- keywords density! Keywords are one of the only ways for search engines like Google to understand the relevance of your website. These search engines have gotten smarter by using hundreds of signals to rank the relevance of your website. So how can you use those keywords on your website? How many should you target? Should you just use multiple pages for every single keyword? Or do you just stuff the keywords all over the website? Let’s talk about the proper keyword usage and how to target them in your content to help you provide the right answers to such questions.

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Tips to Optimize Your Social Media Profile

Long gone are the days when people were satisfied with in-person retail experiences alone. Today, if businesses wish to build brand identity, reputation, and loyalty, the only choice left is exposed to their work online, identify leads, and increase sales. For developing and maintaining a healthy following, as per the requirements and demands of millennials and centennials, using social media for business is mandatory. Thanks to the dozens of niche social media platforms out there!

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How to Measure if Your Marketing Strategy is Successful?

A marketing strategy is formulated with the idea to keep moving forward and make your business successful. You will think of all the possible outcomes before you choose a strategy and implement it. But not every strategy is profitable in the first go. Some take a step back before giving you the desired outcome. To be able to identify such setbacks that end up in bigger successes, you need to measure how your marketing strategy is progressing. This is what I plan to cover in today’s article to help my fellow content writers working in a content writing agency, know when to stop their marketing efforts and when to keep going on.

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Why do E-Commerce Websites need Blogs?

The digital era is here. Characterized by modern-age technologies, this era has enabled the new generation to get every service they need almost instantaneously. With several sectors realizing the fact that the Information age is truly customer-centric, they have transformed (some are still striving to transform) their business to make it readily available to their customers. In the pursuit to stand unique among their competitors and create a powerful brand identity, enterprises have started to focus on launching e-commerce websites. Amidst everything, out of nowhere, the concept of blogs have popped up. Not knowing how exactly blogs connect to e-commerce websites, a majority of companies are actually bewildered. What is the need for content for websites that deals with online purchases, how will blogs attract potential customers, do we need to upload blogs every month, and many such queries invade a business executive’s mind lately.

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How To Write Content That Can Be Understood By Everyone

Are you one of the content writers working for a company providing content writing services? If yes, then welcome buddy, grab a cup of coffee and let’s discuss the horrors of writing, the tragic memories of our editors sending articles back as if they were extremely irrelevant, and our clients failing to understand the content provided to them (not often though). But having done all this, let’s also discuss why our clients or our editors send our articles back? One of the most common reasons is that they may not understand what we are trying to convey. Now how do you solve this problem when writing a piece of content? With all the past experience of rejected articles, multiple rewrites, and extended sessions of conversations with my editor, I present to you a blog on how to write content that can be understood by everyone… And I hope you understand what I am trying to convey! *Smiles Slyly*

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