What has worked in the past may not work in the future. That’s why it’s always important to analyze your strategy and when necessary do the business strategy pivot. Shift resources towards what’s working the best even if it means taking some resources away from a strategy that is working okay.
Start with these two strategies to decrease the blog post bounce rate on your website. You’ll provide better content for visitors and some side benefits for you. You’ll get a decreased bounce rate plus valuable leads you probably weren’t getting before.
Your website needs in-depth helpful blog posts because it will bring meaningful traffic to your website. This post shows the importance of in-depth blog posts that answer an important question your ideal customer has. You’ll also find some easy ways to research what questions people are asking.
Learn about the 5 aspects of organizing a successful marketing campaign for your small business. These basics will help you choose the right tools, create a knowledge library, create webinars, focus on customer’s needs, and create a documented content strategy.