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How Digital Marketing is Evolving and the Benefits of Digital Marketing Platforms

In recent years, digital marketing, compared to traditional promotion channels, has been taking a more and more important place in the structure of companies’ marketing budgets. And due to global digitalization and technology advancement, the trend will continue. Let’s talk about digital marketing trends, platforms, and their benefits.

Why digital marketing is gaining momentum

Digital marketing is the promotion of products and services by using digital technologies. Its main task is to convey brand information to consumers with the help of digital tools: search engines, social networks, applications, e-mail, and websites.

Compared to such channels as radio, television, print and outdoor advertising, etc. that are considered traditional, digital marketing emerged and became popular much later – in the early 1990s. This is when the first CRM systems began to be used.

With the proliferation of personal computers, marketers have gained the opportunity to manage customer inform... read more

What is the best SEO technique so far to get the quality backlink?

Our team has been working hard on outreach emails, backlink exchanges, and writing articles. In less than a year, our search traffic tripled, Nightwatch has been listed as one of the best SEO tools available on the market, and our users’ base has been steadily growing ever since.

Let’s explore some of our favorite and most successful link building strategies:

1. Link reclamation — unlinked mentions

Link reclamation does not have to be limited to fixing the broken links (which you can identify using Nightwatch for example). It relates to any opportunity where your brand or resource is mentioned and could be linked to, but is not.

Missing out on the opportunity to get a backlink for your brand where your business is already mentioned is like passing on the 5000 sales just because you forgot to include the “buy” button.

To understand and master how you can use link reclamation to your technique, you need the right tools. Our recent discovery — Brand24 has been a massive help in discovering new... read more

The Best Practices for Using Citations in Your Content

In a recent article, we identified citations as one of the next big things in SEO content. Citations are nothing new in the world of copy. Any copywriter worth his or her salt will know exactly how to go about building a basic citation into online content. As for the rest of us…well, if it’s been a while since we were in school, tackling citations may pose a bit of a challenge. Since these handy little credibility builders are the next big thing in SEO content, we think it’s high time for a crash course in citations that includes some best practices to put to use.

What Is A Citation?

According to Forbes, a citation boils down your company (and hopefully your website) being mentioned on someone else’s website. The sentence you just read is a citation. It’s one of the simplest things to build into content. It doesn’t take a lot of technical understanding or fancy formatting. Overall, citations are easy to create. The true footwork is in ensuring your citations are the bes... read more

Can I hit 10k visitor to my blog without advertising (just doing SEO)?

Absolutely. In fact, I once took a Shopify site from 1,500 to 10,000 visitors in just under 6 months. And here’s a secret that SEO consultants don’t want you to know: it’s really not that hard to do, but it does require a bit of a time investment.

Here was my strategy:

  • I researched all the relevant keywords for my niche using SEMrush.
  • I now use SEMrush’s Keyword Magic Tool because it’s ridiculously awesome (note: I’m not affiliated with SEMrush, I just love their software). The trick is to aim for search terms that have a Keyword Difficulty (KD) of 70% or below. I don’t have a scientific answer for this, but I’ve had a lot of success with targeting keywords at or under 70% KD.
  • One other alternative is Topic.
  • I exported the data to Excel and created keyword groups with 3–5 keywords in each group
  • I then created blog posts for each topic where I aimed for 1% keyword usage
  • I also made sure to reach out to bloggers and I asked them if they wanted to work together in any way. For the ... read more

Why are so many (software) engineers against the Internet of Things (IoT)?

Because a bloody toaster does not need wifi. No, it doesn’t. I don’t care what any of you say. When wifi can actually put the bread in your toaster, take it out, butter it, and bring it to you whilst you’re lying in bed, then I’ll concede the point, but until then why is your fecking toaster on any sort of remote control whatsoever? I’ll tell you why. Because you’ve got a degree in fecking media studies and you think it’s cool, or whatever the current term for cool, rad, bogus, spiffing, gradely or I don’t really care what you say you bloody zygote, is.

Wifi microwaves. Tellies that you can switch on whilst it’s in Rochdale and you are in Timbuktu. Why the feck do you need that? Security? Make it look like your house is occupied? Just ask your fecking neighbour to do it or buy some socket timers, you IoT arse.

Whilst you are putting wifi and fecking bluetooth on your bleeding kettles have you ever considered that that is just putting more stuff on there to break? No, you haven’t have you... read more

Being Personal & Sharing is the Key to Successful Content

Stories are powerful, aren’t they? They unite us, give us hope and teach us things we may not have known before.

But did you know that stories have another awesome purpose? What is it, you ask?

Stories, when involving your brand and business, can create powerful, successful content.

Wait, really? Yes! And I want to show you just how being personal and sharing your story will be the amazing key to successful content you’ve been looking for all these months and years.

Why do People Want Something More Personal?

In our overly cluttered world with ads on every street corner both literal and digital, it can be overwhelming and many consumers get burned out quickly. People don’t just want to see what they like and are interested in, they also want to see authentic, personal content. It helps set businesses apart and can convince a consumer to use that business.

Being authentic is incredibly vital to your marketing strategy, and the way to bring about authenticity is to be person... read more

How can I maintain my blog to get real traffic?

There are several strategies that can help you to garner more real traffic to your blog. The ones that I find to be the most effective are:

SEO. You need to understand how search engines work and incorporate that knowledge into your blogs. You need to make sure that you include all the keywords you want to be ranked for, and do so wisely. That means targeting more low-competition keywords and focusing on long-tail keywords.

Optimising your content for voice search. We’re shifting into the world where people are soon to stop typing at all. The more advanced voice input becomes, the less we use actual typing. You need to account for this tendency and target the phrases that associate with voice search.

Make sure to post relevant and high-value content. It’s not just about the keywords. If you produce a flawless in terms of SEO article, but it’s literally no different to the competitors’ entries, merely because it’s a piece of recycled text, you aren’t going to boost traffic. Instead, yo... read more

Which tools do you use to check SEO violations ?

SEO Violations That Can Kill Your Rankings. Below reason for seo Violations

Keyword Stuffing

Have you ever heard that too much of a good thing can be bad for you? Well, this certainly applies to SEO keywords! Don’t be too greedy. Previously, people used keyword stuffing as a way to rank their page for multiple keywords in search engines. Fortunately, Google is smarter now – they’ve updated their spam algorithm to drop rankings for pages that keyword stuff.

Low-Quality Content

Having low-quality content on your site can damage your SEO because Google and other search engines are looking for pages with relevant information. If you duplicate content from another site or web page or post thin content, it’s not considered as valuable to searchers!

Neglecting Social Media

Social media is more powerful than many people realize; some business owners don’t take it seriously because they think of teens and meaningless posts. Contrary to popular belief, social network sites can generate a lot of busine... read more

How much money do Bitcoin miners make?

How Much a Miner Earns:

The rewards for bitcoin mining are halved every four years or so. When bitcoin was first mined in 2009, mining one block would earn you 50 BTC. In 2012, this was halved to 25 BTC. By 2016, this was halved again to the current level of 12.5 BTC. In about 2020, the reward size will be halved again to 6.25 BTC. As of the time of writing, the reward for completing a block is 12.5 Bitcoin. In November of 2019, the price of Bitcoin was about $9,300 per bitcoin, which means you'd earn $116,250 (12.5 x 9,300) for completing a block. Not a bad incentive to solve that complex hash problem detailed above.

Whether you're looking to make some fast cash, or you're after long-term, more sustainable income-producing results, there are certainly ways you can make money online today. The truth is that making money online isn't as difficult as most make it out to seem. But It does require some discipline. www.bitflash.eu is where I invest my bitcoin and ethereum and get weekly retur... read more

Ways to Create Excellent, Shareable Content


Content creation is something copywriters and business owners alike always focus on. We know content needs to be awesome, high quality and something that reflects the company correctly, but sometimes people miss the mark.

You can create great content, but is it shareable? This is the big-ticket question to your content success.

Let’s take a look at how and why you need to have shareable content.

Why is it Important to Create Shareable Content?

You know that creating content is vital – I’ve talked about it throughout several of my blogs. However, you might be wondering what shareable content is and just why it is so important. Shareable content is something that your clients will enjoy enough to click the share button on Facebook or re-tweet on Twitter, helping you widen your content reach. When you create shareable content, you are getting closer to having content that goes viral, which will help bring in more clicks, likes, and, in the end, more revenue. This is preci... read more