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How to Refresh Old Blog Posts with SEO in Mind

We all want our blog posts to achieve the maximum possible exposure for the longest possible time. But unfortunately, as time goes on, older blog posts can start to feel a little past their best. However, there is hope for these posts, especially ones about evergreen topics that have a longer shelf life. Today, we’re […]


A Complete Guide to Online Content and Content Marketing

If you’re here, you’ve probably seen the vast swathes of blog posts, videos, podcasts, email mailouts and other such online content proliferating the business/marketing sphere. You may well be wondering something along the lines of: ”What’s that all about, then?” Alternatively, you might have a new website in the works and you may be wondering […]


Five Ways To Channel Customers’ Emotions Into Sales With Your Content

Most of the decisions we make are driven by our emotions, and this includes purchasing decisions, from putting an offer on a £500k house to choosing a £15 personal organiser. Larry Pincin and Phil Glosserman, authors of Sell The Feeling, say: “Regardless of what you’re selling, whether it’s products, services or advice, people buy based […]


Web Pages that Talk Back: Using Video on Landing Pages

Did you know that tech giant Cisco predict that by 2022, 82% of all web traffic will relate to video content (Source: Cisco, 2018)? That’s quite the hefty chunk! It therefore stands to reason that future-proofing your content marketing means incorporating video to some degree – be it live or pre-recorded. Here’s another stat for […]


A Simple Guide to Content Marketing Psychology

Psychology plays an absolutely crucial part in all kinds of marketing. Whether it’s choosing which shelf and aisle to best place products in a supermarket, selecting the right words for a billboard campaign, or simply picking the right colour for your “buy now” button; the way businesses sell to people is inextricably linked with how […]


How to Write an Engaging Business Blog – 6 Tips

Writing business blogs can sometimes feel like washing up – a time-consuming chore and a distraction from more important things. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Firstly a well-managed blog can become a central part of your business, attracting customers and keeping them engaged. Businesses with blogs attract 55% more traffic than those […]


Is Google Going Longform With New SERPs?

Late last year, Moz discovered that Google was showing significantly longer snippets of content (hopefully, your carefully crafted meta decriptions) in its search results pages. The SEO expert is now recommending character limits of 300 for your meta descriptions. It’s been 160-ish for YEARS, so clearly they think something pretty big is going on there. […]


4 Sources of Content You Already Have

Racking your brains for content ideas is time-consuming and often frustrating. When you’ve got other stuff to do, you need a steady flow of content from reliable sources. Knowing where to go for content ideas makes your life easier but it also makes sure what you’re producing is legit. It helps your customers because the […]


How Customers Can Help Create Website & Social Content For You

Owning a small business can be a time consuming job – you have to be sales, marketing, book keeper, HR, strategic lead – and that’s on top of your day-to-day work of making/selling a product or providing a service. The ideal scenario is that you hire people to help you with those tasks, whether a […]


Why You Need Good Copy, Not Exciting Copy

For the last 10 or so years, we’ve all been blinded by the shining light of goodness that is Innocent’s tone of voice. So fun, so quirky. They’ve had a very good run with their copy style and, although I’m personally quite tired of the schtick now (old and bitter, is what I am), they’re […]


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