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Sheetal Pinto - 6/13/2019 06:00

5 Ways to Make Your Content Share-Worthy

In 1994, the first blog was published on the internet. It was created by Justin Hall, an American college student, and it wasn’t called a blog – just a personal homepage.1 25 years later, there are thousands of active blogs on the internet. Amidst this saturation of work, it can be daunting to ensure your content hold its ground.

Sheetal Pinto - 6/6/2019 06:00

Making Content Marketers Better Managers

When a sports team wins a big championship, the success is credited to two major factors: the players and the coach. One could argue that a team is only as good as the direction they’re given. That’s why, it’s no surprise that the best coaches in NBA, NHL and the MLB are loved by their teams. Whether they’re coaches, mentors or simply managers, regardless of your field of expertise, the person responsible for giving direction and instruction has a pivotal job on their hands.

Sheetal Pinto - 8/23/2017 20:00

Break the Monotony with Tips and Tricks from the Top SEO Writers in Canada
If you run a blog or website long enough, you will inevitably run into the boredom that plagues all writers and content creators. When this happens, make note that this is not a cause for alarm. You can overcome these phases by applying proven industry techniques.

Sheetal Pinto - 8/2/2017 20:00

Have You Tried these SEO Content Writing Techniques?
While research and strong writing skills are integral to a content writing job, it helps to keep in mind that the ultimate goal of content marketing is to get more conversions for your business. Quality website content is about relevance and substance, but it also involves adopting key editorial strategies that help you stand out and lead to brisk conversions. If your content marketing efforts are failing to get you results, you could be making some simple yet critical errors. Read on to learn how you can easily fix these problems and amend your content strategy.

Sheetal Pinto - 7/12/2017 20:00

A User Story is a Key Aspect of Content Strategy
Ask content marketers about their biggest challenge. Most will agree: creating content that accurately identifies the needs of their target audience is the most difficult part of their job. Using mere guesswork in the ideation process without strategic thinking and research often leads to content that does not resonate with the reader, and ultimately fails to get conversions. One powerful and highly beneficial tool that helps to eliminate assumptions that marketers make on behalf of their target audience is the user story.

Sheetal Pinto - 6/21/2017 20:00

Drive the Value of Your Content UP, not DOWN
The SEO copywriters here at MintCopy have exciting jobs. On any given day, our copywriting agency has a diversity of content marketing projects for all types of clients in a range of industries. The SEO content we produce includes everything from posts for CEO and CMO blogs to DIY home maintenance tips to expert advice on avoiding cyber security risks to why your printed circuit board may experience failure, and much more. Needless to say, we learn something new every day and also get to sound like so many different individuals and organizations. SEO copywriting allows us the opportunity to be ghost writers with knowledge and insights into an endless variety of subjects, but always with a distinct voice.

Sheetal Pinto - 6/7/2017 20:00

Useful Insights for Your Business
2016 proved that the evolution and growth of content marketing is unstoppable. The widespread use of ad blockers is an indication that users do not appreciate disruptive and annoying ads, and want the freedom to make up their own minds. In this context, content marketing has assumed greater importance because it remains the only real means through which brands can endear themselves to their target audience.

Sheetal Pinto - 5/31/2017 20:00

SEO Link Building is the Key to Getting Your Content Noticed
Many people make the mistake of assuming that SEO and content marketing are two different entities, and that is a substitute for the other. Nothing could be further from the truth. SEO needs great content to back it up; in fact, SEO wouldn’t work at all without content. Similarly, content marketing without SEO is akin to putting up a stellar stage performance for an empty auditorium. Quality content alone is never enough to help a site rank high on the SERPs; it needs skillful optimization and promotion using the latest SEO techniques. If users don’t find you for relevant keywords on Google, how can you expect them to visit your site and engage with all the great content you have created for them?

Sheetal Pinto - 5/26/2017 20:00

There’s a Reason Why 60% of B2B Marketers Say their Blog is their MOST Valuable Online Channel
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Sheetal Pinto - 5/17/2017 20:00

Valuable Insights to Drive Your Content Strategy
As human beings, we always endeavour to find easier and more efficient ways to do something. Even as the field of content marketing continues to expand, it brings to light many aspects of the industry that are ripe for change. It is no surprise that the content marketing field is seeing transformative developments in the last one or two years.

To keep up with the ever-evolving and crowded landscape of content marketing, several new companies are creating Artificial Intelligence-powered applications and technologies to help content marketing teams produce and distribute hyper-targeted, streamlined content that can dramatically improve results. Rather than the threat of “Robots taking over the world”, AI is being looked upon favourably in the content marketing arena, and the reason is clear. While marketers have only a finite capacity to parse through data generated from numerous formats and channels in order to build a strategy, AI has infinite ability to comb through pages and pages of content in quick time, and come up with precise insights and predictions.


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Sheetal Pinto - 5/19/2022 06:00

What You Need to Know

If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s that Google is going to update its search algorithm. Some experts estimate that Google makes 500 to 600 updates annually, or once or twice each day. Most of these changes don’t have a significant impact on your SEO strategy, but every now and then, one comes along that can have serious repercussions. Learn more about two new features of Google search that help users verify and evaluate search results.

Sheetal Pinto - 5/5/2022 06:00

Google, one of the largest companies in the world, relies on artificial intelligence for hundreds of it projects. It can seem a little hypocritical for Google to tell businesses that they can’t use AI-generated content on their website. Back in 2010, Google’s John Mueller said that using automated translation tools to create content for your website “could be viewed as being against our Webmaster guidelines.” Here we are, over 10 years later, and Mueller just tweeted that “content generators have been around since the start of the web…Most sites…don’t need help creating low-quality content.” There’s a big discussion in the SEO industry about AI-generated content.

Sheetal Pinto - 4/21/2022 06:00

One of the toughest things about creating content is coming up with ideas. You can research keywords all day long, but if you can’t come up with topics around those keywords, your content may fall flat. If your in-house copywriter is struggling to keep up with a content calendar, you might be thinking about working with a content agency. Use these questions to prepare for a meeting with the project manager or as starting points to create your own content. 

Sheetal Pinto - 4/7/2022 05:54

There just isn't a 'softer' way to say this; it's bad. Duplicate content, as defined by Google, “refers to substantive blocks of content within or across domains that either completely match other content in the same language or are appreciably similar.” Google highly recommends avoiding duplicate content. The key reason is that the ranking of the page on search engine results may suffer. This means, your audiences will not find your content, and when they do, they are unlikely to consider it useful. Understanding how Google handles duplicate content can help you elevate user experience and create a better content marketing plan.

Sheetal Pinto - 3/24/2022 06:00

Modern customer expectations have dramatically changed over the past few years. Although the pandemic certainly influenced customer behaviour in many ways, customers were already trending towards transparency and social responsibility from the companies they patronized. Creating content that shares your values and mission can bring your audience together to support your brand. Here are some ways to create connections to your audience through content marketing.

Sheetal Pinto - 3/10/2022 06:00

If you just keep churning out content without reviewing what you’ve already done, you’re missing out on opportunities to make your content perform better. A content audit exercise involves systematically reviewing what you’ve published on your website and blog. As you adjust your content marketing plan to your business goals, this audit can help you find gaps in your content and see what’s been successful. When reviewing your content, look for these things that can negatively impact your content strategy.

Sheetal Pinto - 2/24/2022 06:00

Search has changed a lot over the years. Search results are displayed to be more efficient for users. Users search for information differently than they used to. There’s still a lot that search can’t do right now. Google aims to change the power of search again with their latest update, Multitask Unified Model, aka MUM. This new update will expand search capability to make search deliver more accurate and relevant information in seconds. Here’s what your content writers need to know about MUM.

Sheetal Pinto - 2/10/2022 06:00

Refine Your Content So it Resonates with Your Audience

Many websites churn out content as part of their online digital strategy without considering how their audience will respond to the content. Contextualizing content is a way of adding value to the reader. But what does it mean to put your content in context? It’s a way of approaching content that considers the why and when of your content, not just the person who is reading it. A person who needs a plumber to fix a leak needs different content than someone who is thinking about how to install a new toilet. The first customer needs access to a list of quick tips to prevent damage until a plumber can help while the second customer may want to read through a detailed outline of updating a bathroom for aging-in-place.

Sheetal Pinto - 1/27/2022 06:00

A Simple Guide from Your Content Agency in Toronto

A blog post is an accessible, versatile format that has the potential to reach and engage a wide audience. You can write the blog posts in-house, or you can outsource content writing for your blog. The important thing is to ensure that your blog presents a professional image, offers memorable and shareable content, and proves effective in helping to achieve your business goals. If you're just starting your blogging journey, read through our ‘Step-by-Step Guide to Start Blogging' - parts one and two.

Sheetal Pinto - 1/13/2022 06:00

Writing SEO content requires a seamless blend of three skills to get the best results. In order to be a skilled SEO copywriter, you must be able to produce creative and engaging writing, have sufficient knowledge of the topic, and be able to use relevant keywords seamlessly into your writing. Are you at a loss on how to create informative and creative content? Here are ten tips that can be added to your copywriting cheat sheet to help you improve your SEO content.