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Data Dive: Finding Content in the Calculations

Sheetal Pinto - Thursday, January 26, 2017

Tips for Turning Your Stats into Stories
The trends don’t lie and show no signs of letting up: Big Data is still a big deal in marketing. Beyond forecasting, budgeting, and demographics, are you getting the most from your data? Consider using those figures to inform and produce your marketing content. Read More

SEO on Your Homepage: Striking a Balance

Sheetal Pinto - Thursday, November 17, 2016

How to Fine-Tune Your Homepage for Lead Generation and Conversion  
You have a great product, efficient staff, flexible contract options, a slew of services, enviable experience, and a unique value proposition… but you don’t need to say it all at once, or all in one place! In fact, all the wonderful stuff you offer can seem overwhelming if it is all crammed on a single homepage.  Read More

Free Tools for Better Marketing Content

Sheetal Pinto - Thursday, October 27, 2016

Helpful Tools for Better Content Writing
If you are producing, publishing, and tracking your marketing content in-house, it is likely a small operation. Even large companies often have a small team crafting their digital communications. This tight knit group can pay off by establishing and maintaining the voice and tone of your company, but it can also lead to slumps and oversights.

Luckily, there are some handy free programs available to help triple-check and improve your content writing. Check out these three online tools, highlighted by CCO, for an extra checkpoint or to mix up your routine:  Read More

Formatting Tips to Improve Your Marketing Content Readability

Sheetal Pinto - Thursday, September 08, 2016

Making the Right Words Stand Out
Looks matter…especially online! They create an impression on users and communicate what your company is about through visual cues. Your marketing content can also benefit from a little visual treatment. Skimming and readability are among the most important factors for creating digital content that converts. So don’t think that once you are done proofreading for spelling and grammar that your work is done!  Read More


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