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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7 More Grammatical Mistakes that Even Smart People Make

I already talked about grammar mistakes that even smart people make while writing or speaking in my previous blog. But this time, I am going to talk about some more grammatical errors made by many freelancers and agencies providing content writing services.

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5 Differences between Creative Writing and Content Writing

“Writing is all the same,” a non-writer would reply if asked the difference between creative and content writing. When you ask the same to a writer who provides various content writing services, you will get a long-winded answer explaining differences between those two concepts. Here’s what the answer may look like.

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How Quickly Should You Respond to Social Media DMs?

Less than an hour. That’s what they’ll tell you. Who’s ‘they?’ Blogs, articles, certain studies. Ask any digital marketing executive - social media for business is not fun and games, even if it might seem like that at the outset. Responding within an hour is not easy! While I can personally whine about dwindling attention spans and the repercussions of instant gratification, as a marketer I must succumb to these consumer realities.

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Best Instagram Marketing Tips for Businesses

Does your business have an account on Instagram? If not, you might want to consider having one. If you are a retailer, if you have stores, if you want people to recognize your brand, then it’s time you create an account on Instagram for your business. Social media for businesses has become too popular to ignore. It’s directly in the hands of your buyers wherever they go. Everybody is active on social media on their phones these days. Out of all the social media platforms, you may wonder why you should be on Instagram? It’s exponential popularity, the young demographic followers, potential influencers, and of course the 1 billion active users worldwide. India has the second highest monthly active Instagram users with a projected number of over 75 million.

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6 Pages that Your Website Should Have

In the digital era, every business needs interesting content on their website. But, like multiple business owners, you might be wondering which pages you need to add and how can you create interesting content for website. You need to present engaging content to your audience as an average reader stays on a website for 15 seconds only. Therefore, you need to analyze the bounce rate of your website with the help Google Analytics Dashboard. One of the multiple factors that affect the bounce rate of your website is the content. Hence, content is a necessity for your website.

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5 Tips to Follow When Posting on Instagram

Regardless of whether you are running a brick and mortar store or having a web presence with an e-commerce business, your ultimate asset is your customers. And to intensify your customer base, nothing more matters than a highly effective marketing approach. The approach should be such that it attracts people and excites them to buy your product, which was always the case. But, as millennials and centennials prefer more engaging, personalized, and creative content, the modern-age marketers are expected to tweak/transform their marketing efforts. Here’s where the concept of social media for business made sense to everyone.

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The Importance of Having a Content Calendar

Content marketing can be a highly potent tool for you as a business owner to gain recognition among your target audience and build a following of leads and customers. However, you should realize that it isn't just a one-time project but a continuous, sustained process. You must ensure that regardless of the type of content you decide to use — social media posts, email newsletters, or blogs — you must frequently and continuously communicate and engage with your audiences. However, unless you happen to run a content marketing services firm yourself, creating and publishing content would only be at the periphery of your core business operations, as most of your time, attention, and resources would be directed towards delivering quality products and services. Thus, like any other non-core function, you must plan and try to automate your content marketing activities. And a content calendar should form the foundation for your content marketing plan.

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