We all want to keep our readers glued to their seats. A good copywriter can make your business shine. Copy that is boring will get you nowhere.
Great copywriters have the power to convert a determined ‘No’ to an all-out excited ‘Yes!’
One of the key factors that attract people to read articles is the ad copy or subject line.
In order to make it big in the world of advertising, only writing high-quality articles won’t suffice.
You have to be able to hook your customers first. If your readers do not notice your article, what is the point of putting in all that effort?
And even if they do end up landing on your post, how do you make sure they go through your entire Ad?
SEO techniques are constantly changing. What was important 5 years ago may not be considered now.
How does one find out which techniques to incorporate and which to ignore?
Should I focus on keywords, link building, title tags, meta descriptions?
These are few questions that come to mind when thinking about SEO.
If you’re a Facebook advertiser and you live in India, you may have come across a situation where your debit card just does not get accepted by Facebook as a payment method.
This can be extremely frustrating considering that many people do not have credit cards or are not comfortable using their credit card to make payments online.
Another issue that a lot of advertisers face is that Facebook is not very helpful when it comes to giving solutions for this particular issue.
I have tried contacting their support team on numerous occasions only to receive incomplete or incorrect information from their team.
But fortunately, there is a solution. You can make payments on Facebook without a credit card however you got to get a little creative in order to make it work for you.
I am going to cover payments via Paytm, however, there are other options as well.
As a digital marketer and a blogger, one of the most commonly asked questions that I come across is ‘How to write for Search Engines?’ or better still ‘How do I make sure I have added enough keywords to rank well on Google?’
My answer to those questions will always be the same:
Write for humans and not for Search Engines!
Now I know that this might raise a lot of eyebrows, perhaps I have even committed the ultimate crime of insulting the SEO Gods, but all I ask of you is to hear me out.
The need for a strong social media presence has never been greater than it has been now and in the year 2018, it’s going to get even more substantial.
Companies and brands have got onto the social media bandwagon and have only just started realizing the true power of social media marketing.
That being said, if you want to get a job as a social media marketer, you need to first be prepared for the kind of questions you will be asked during an interview.
But don’t fret, today I will show you how to prepare for a Social Media interview so that you can get your dream job and grow in your career.
This research is prepared based on surveys I have conducted with people from the digital marketing community as well as my own personal experience.