Entries by Rebekah Richards

How to Increase SEO with Google+

If you’re like many people online, you have a love/hate relationship with Google+. On one hand, you might not be a huge fan of the platform because it’s another social network to manage. On the flipside, Google is the top player in the search engine world. Any time you and your business can do something […]

Making Your Blog Post Images Work Harder

The idea of using images to tell a story is as old as cavemen drawing pictographs on walls. When books were invented, images were added to storybooks to bring tales to life. Now that the Internet has taken the world by storm, people are supplementing blog posts with visuals to be heard in a world […]

9 Tips for Successful Video Marketing Campaigns in 2016

This is a guest post by Stefan Ivanovski The rise of online video is hard not to notice – especially in the past couple of years. The stats and predictions by themselves are pretty impressive. In 2016, Cisco’s white paper predicts that online video will account for 55% of the total consumer Internet traffic. There are billions […]

How to Get More Blog Traffic from Social Media

This is a guest post from Ernest Thompson from SMMGuide.co If only it was as easy as tweeting out a link and expecting people to click on it in your quest to get more blog traffic from social media! It takes a broader plan than that, a bit of time, and consistent use. If you’re […]

How to Find Click Worthy Blog Post Titles

Let’s face it. The hardest thing about blogging is getting people to read your work. You can write exceptional blog posts, but without solid promotion, no one will read it. As you know, that defeats the whole purpose of blogging. The goal of creating exceptional content is to get found, gain trust and grow your […]

Reddit AMA Marketing – Top Insights from Successful AMA’s [Infographic]

Have you heard of Reddit yet? Have you learned how to use Reddit effectively to build your audience and increase your organic website rankings? Per Wikipedia, Reddit is an entertainment, social networking, and news website where registered community members can submit content, such as text posts or direct links, making it essentially an online bulletin board system. Reddit has […]

What A High Bounce Rate Says About Your Website

This is a guest post from Niraj Ranjan Rout, Founder of Hiver A high website bounce rate is every webmaster’s worst nightmare. When your website has a visitor, you want them to stick around and see all the things your brand has to offer. If they came to see an article, you want them to stay […]