Whether it's a mini Darth Vader or Apple's 300% battery, every day articles, videos and pictures pop up on the Internet that enthral and move millions of people and spread across the world like wildfire. The rules that viral messages follow are unclear: It's hard to predict whether content will become a raging success or simply flame out. However, the creator of viral content has several options to help him set a spark that will carry his content to all corners of the world.
In 1891, Dr. Oetker started to print recipes on his packets of bicarbonate of soda. Over time, these recipes were turned into one of the most successful recipe books worldwide. But what makes this a great example for content marketing?
Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop and a Desktop PC in your office – today, this is far from an unusual array of gadgetry. Our daily interactions with the online world has led to a technological breeding ground for Internet enabled devices, each of which offers their own individual screen display and resolution. This diversity has just added to the age-old challenge faced by website owners; namely, how to ensure their site’s layout and content gives their users exactly what they’re searching for. This is where ‘responsive content’ comes in.
Being successful in the complicated field of SEO is really dependent on a number of factors. Luckily, we’re going to show you the biggest five mistakes you could make – as well as showing you how to avoid making them – if you’re looking to get your products high up on those search results.
As a corporate advertising professional, you might believe that you’re equipped to compose web content for your firm. After all, you boost companies’ reputations for a living; why wouldn’t you be able to boost your own? However, there are strong arguments in favor of outsourcing your content instead.