More than 80% of mobile device users look up restaurants on their smartphones and tablets. In our previous post on local content marketing, we briefly touched on some statistics for mobile. With the increased importance of mobile content for small, local businesses, we thought the topic deserved a post of its own.
How can local businesses use content marketing to target and attract customers? This guest post from Sebastian Socha guides local businesses through the content marketing jungle.
A good content order description gives the writer all the information necessary to get you the right content on the first draft. Bad order descriptions often result in a revision request, perhaps even two or three. We’ll take a “bad” order and transform it into one that will quickly produce the type of content that we really need.
We all want our content fast and right. Sometimes, the content comes back that doesn’t work for one reason or another. We’re all working on deadlines, so there are a few things to consider when asking for a second take. This article guides you through the revision process.
Research shows that blog posts and website content with visual aids increases traffic and time on page. The question for content marketers is how to efficiently get images integrated with each post. This article will address quality image sites and how to get writers to help with image selection.