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17 ways to get more clicks.
You’ve seen all the youtube clickbait, you’ve clicked. You’ve read the diet articles, the “1 food you need to eat to lose weight”, the “1 exercise you must do to get jacked”. You’ve clicked those too. You may have even clicked more embarrassing links you don’t want to share. But how do they draw you in? What we are going to break down today is exactly how to write those headlines. It’s a bit of a science. Writing a headline that pops isn’t just lies & waffle, it starts with something called link gap analysis. This is how you write headlines that get clicks:Read More
Is your website ready for the next Google update? (Core Web Vitals)
As always, Google’s newest update could make or break your business. We’re here to make sure that you’re ready. The change is coming in the form of metrics called Core Web Vitals (CWV). Google is going to be looking into how fast your site loads, how interactive it is & how stable it is. These will join the current metrics grouped as Page Experience Signals (PES) which are all UX statistics…these are things like mobile usability, HTTPS, pop-ups etc.Read More
Here are 10 blog marketing tricks
All bloggers want the same thing, a growing audience. To achieve this ever-expanding outreach you will need to develop a new set of methods when creating/distributing your content. You can write all you want but if your traffic is dwindling, you’ll probably run out of motivation. Here are 10 ‘tricks’ or ‘hacks’ to get your blog out there & attract more regular readers.Read More
Tell your customers where to go!
You know when you walk into a coffee shop & don’t know where to stand, sit or order? A simple sign is all thats needed. Instructions. We all need them. Your website visitors are no different. In fact, the human brain is always on the lookout for signs & instructions. We are instinctively looking for signs showing us what to do next. Should your visitors sign up to your newsletter, buy your product or get in touch? If your website doesn’t included powerful call-to-action then its really quite flat for your audience. Make them dive into the next step. If its not clear what they should do, they’ll likely do nothing. Below we will be breaking down calls-to-action (CTAs) & their role in converting your web traffic into valuable business. We’ll also show you how to create strong CTAs that can get your more visitors.Read More