Mining Reddit for Content Ideas in 5 Steps – Whiteboard Friday

Mining Reddit for Content Ideas in 5 Steps – Whiteboard Friday

For marketers, Reddit is more than a tool to while away your lunch break. It’s a huge, thriving forum with subreddits devoted to almost any topic you can imagine — and exciting new content ideas lurk within threads, just waiting to be discovered. In this edition of Whiteboard Friday, Daniel Russell takes you through five simple steps to mine Reddit for content ideas bolstered by your target audience’s interest. Video Transcription Howdy, Moz fans. Welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. My name is Daniel Russell. I’m from an agency called Go Fish Digital. Today we’re going to be talking about mining Reddit for content ideas. Reddit, you’ve probably heard […]

7 Incredible Examples of A/B Tests by Real Businesses

7 Incredible Examples of A/B Tests by Real Businesses

Whether you’re looking to increase revenue, sign-ups, social shares, or engagement, A/B testing and optimization can help you get there.But for many marketers out there, the tough part about A/B testing is often finding the right test to drive the biggest impact — especially when you’re just getting started. So, what’s the recipe for high-impact success? Truthfully, there is no one-size-fits-all recipe. What works for one business won’t work for another — and vice versa. But just because you can’t replicate the same test and expect the same result doesn’t mean you can’t get inspired by other companies’ tests. In this post, let’s review seven excellent examples of how companies […]

Case study: The true value of informational content for e-commerce SEO

Case study: The true value of informational content for e-commerce SEO

The true value of informational content for e-commerce SEO is often difficult to prove. Some content marketers and SEOs are convinced that informational content can serve as a link-worthy asset that will attract natural links from other websites. The acquired links are then supposed to help improve the SEO performance of the entire online shop. But how do we isolate factors to demonstrate that it is indeed the informational content that contributes to a website’s overall SEO performance, and not other optimizations and developments? This article presents a case that supports the theory of informational content helping commercial pages rank better and generate additional sales. Are you in a hurry? […]

Google Search Console unparsable structured data report data issue

Google has informed us that you may see a spike in errors in the unparsable structured data report within Google Search Console. This is a bug in the reporting system and you do not need to worry. The issue happened between January 13, 2020 and January 16, 2020. The bug. Google wrote on the data anomalies page “Some users may see a spike in unparsable structured data errors. This was due to an internal misconfiguration that will be fixed soon, and can be ignored.” This was dated January 13, 2020 through January 16, 2020. To be fixed. Google said they will fix the issue with the internal misconfiguration. It is, […]

Snapchat vs. TikTok: What Marketers Need to Know

Snapchat vs. TikTok: What Marketers Need to Know

Remember Vine? Despite its huge initial growth, the six-second looping video app was discontinued by Twitter in 2016 — only four years after its launch. Since then, we’ve seen apps like Snapchat and TikTok fill Vine’s void. They both allow users to express their creativity while embracing short mobile videos and have attracted Gen Z and millennial audiences. They also feel more niche and non-traditional than older platforms, like Facebook or Twitter. Snapchat, which launched in 2011, allows users to create video-based stories about their lives and send video or image-based messages to their friends. Unlike most other apps, Snapchat content expires either immediately or after 24 hours. This platform […]

How to Gain Visibility When You Work Remotely, According to HubSpot Employees

How to Gain Visibility When You Work Remotely, According to HubSpot Employees

When you land your first full-time remote job, you might be excited about the role’s flexibility, ability to work from home, and how it enables you to hold a position at a great company even when you aren’t close to its headquarters. However, remote work comes with its own challenges. As a career-minded professional, you might also have fears related to being isolated or unseen. For example, you might ask yourself, “Am I missing something important?”, “Do people think I’m actually working?” or “Is it even possible to move up the ladder in a remote position?” If you’re worried about your visibility, you’re not alone. A lack of visibility is […]

How to Repurpose Content Into a Podcast, According to HubSpot’s Podcast Expert

How to Repurpose Content Into a Podcast, According to HubSpot’s Podcast Expert

2019 will be remembered as a Teutonic shift in the world of podcasting. Nowadays, over 51% of the United States have listened to at least one podcast. Additionally, in 2019, over $650M was spent on podcast advertising, and Spotify, Google, and VC’s are now investing hundreds of millions into podcasting. All of this money and attention has lots of readers asking how their brand can take advantage of the audio boom by starting their own podcast. In many ways, it’s a lot easier for folks who subscribe to the philosophy of Inbound Marketing to start a podcast because you’re likely to have lots of existing content. In this post, we […]

How to Start a WordPress Blog the RIGHT WAY in 7 Easy Steps (2020)

How to Start a WordPress Blog the RIGHT WAY in 7 Easy Steps (2020)

Do you want to start a WordPress blog the right way? We know that starting a blog can be a terrifying thought specially when you are not geeky. Guess what – you are not alone. Having helped over 370,000+ users create a blog, we have decided to create the most comprehensive guide on how to start a WordPress blog without any technical knowledge. The process is easy to follow whether you are 20 years old or 60 years old. However if you need help, our expert team will help you setup your blog for free. → Click Here to Get Your Free WordPress Blog Setup! ← What do you need […]

What Is Market Share & How Do You Calculate It?

What Is Market Share & How Do You Calculate It?

Growing up, I used to play “grocery store” with my sister. We’d go into our pantry, take out all the food, and set up a grocery store in our living room. I would typically “buy” goldfish. You might be thinking, “What does this have to do with market share?” Well, let’s say that I bought 10 bags of goldfish from various “companies” that my sister, mom, and dad owned. If three of those bags were my sister’s goldfish, that would mean that she had a 30% market share of my goldfish. Put simply, that is market share. But how does that impact marketers? As marketers, it’s important to understand market […]

Google January 2020 core update almost done rolling out

Google January 2020 core update almost done rolling out

Google has confirmed that its January 2020 core update, which began Monday at noon, is now mostly done rolling out as of Thursday morning. Google said on the @searchliaison account “the update is mostly done, though as with any core update, it may take to two weeks to fully complete.” For those who have asked, the update is mostly done, though as with any core update, it may take to two weeks to fully complete. — Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) January 16, 2020 Google January 2020 core update. This Google search algorithm update was announced on Monday and began rolling out Monday at 12pm ET. The rollout is global and impacting […]