Creating valuable content to attract, engage, and delight your online audience is an important part of building an effective inbound marketing strategy. But it’s not enough to create great content and hope for the best. To attract visitors to your website and content, you’ll need to make it easy for both digital users and search engines to find and understand your content. Structuring your content in the form of topic clusters and pillar pages can help your search engine optimization (SEO) and make it easy for your website visitors to find exactly what they’re looking for.
Content is an integral part of an effective software marketing strategy. Software as a service (SaaS) organizations should be creating content like any other business to improve SEO, drive engagement on your website, and move leads along your sales funnel so that they purchase and enjoy your software. Unfortunately, creating content as a SaaS company isn’t always easy. Oftentimes, your software may be technologically complex or competing for attention in an already-crowded arena.
Additionally, writing about technology can be dry or full of industry buzzwords that may not be familiar to the average consumer.
Our world is getting progressively more digital, which means businesses need to be adapting to that landscape in order to compete online. At the heart of your marketing digital strategy is your website. There are many factors to consider when designing or optimizing your website, but one of your top priorities should be creating a site that is user-centric.
In the world of digital marketing, your website is your best tool for attracting new customers. However, to keep people coming back, you need to make sure your website stays fresh, appealing, and engaging. From implementing a few simple changes to conducting a major overhaul, the new year is the perfect time to give your website a facelift!
Here are a few website strategies you can use to help your business grow and flourish in 2020.
The holidays are right around the corner, which is about the time most people start thinking about charity, donations, and gift-giving. However, for nonprofit organizations, attracting public attention to sustain their cause is a consistent process throughout the entire year. During the seasons when donating and volunteering are not necessarily top of mind, it’s essential for charities to have a robust marketing plan. But, like most good things, marketing costs money. This is where Google Ad Grants comes to the rescue.
Please repeat after me...
This. Isn't. Field of Dreams.
Websites. Do. Not. Work. That. Way.
Great! Now that we've got that out of the way, we can talk about why just having a website is NOT a marketing plan.
You know when you search for a restaurant and google shares their address, website, hours and phone number? That's Google My Business. Small business owners have learned that claiming and customizing their Google My Business allows more foot traffic. So, why should medium, large or Fortune 100 companies take advantage of this?
HIVE Digital Strategy has been a HubSpot partner agency for a little over a year and is currently working with various clients who use the HubSpot software. We've talked a little generically thus far about some of our favorite aspects of the HubSpot software but in this post, I wanted to dig a little deeper into some specific results we were able to accomplish with one of our clients who is using the software.