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What I Learned As an Inbound Marketing Intern

Posted by ImageWorks Intern on Fri, Aug 09, 2013 @ 03:55 PM

I have always believed that you’ll learn 10 times more about any subject through experience as opposed to a classroom, an article or a second-hand story. My time spent as an inbound marketing intern only reinforced that belief. There was almost too much to learn and I feel like I only scratched the surface, but here’s the big take-aways that I’ll carry with me for the rest of my career.

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Topics: SEO, Search Engine Optimization, content marketing, content, content marketing campaign, Web Marketing, Inbound Marketing, blog, inbound marketing lessons, Content Writing, inbound marketing blog, Web Content

5 Ideas on How to Promote Your Blog

Posted by Kristina Chester on Tue, Aug 06, 2013 @ 02:30 PM

Traffic is something every internet marketer or blogger needs to survive online. It's not always kittens and rainbows, (although we'd like it to be) and sometimes you put a painstakingly enormous amount of time into a post only to find out nearly no one has viewed it. You have a stellar topic, an epic title and some solid content. So, where did it go wrong? The blogosphere is a big, busy world. With over 100 million blogs (and growing) it can be easy for your blog to go unnoticed.

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Topics: marketing, content marketing, blog content planning, content, blog, Content Writing, Blog Traffic, Blog Posts, blogging tips

5 Epic Inbound Marketing Blog Titles

Posted by Rachelyn Provencher on Fri, May 24, 2013 @ 09:06 AM

A good blog title will inspire a reader to take the time to read your content, while a bad blog title will make the reader cringe and wish they had never looked.

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Topics: jeff bullas, blog titles, Inbound Marketing, Content Writing, Hubspot, worst blog title ideas, inbound marketing blog

Business Blogging Tips: A Blog Content Planning Guide

Posted by Rachelyn Provencher on Fri, Mar 15, 2013 @ 10:57 AM


If you blog for your business at least three times a week (which is optimal for SEO purposes) then you understand how hard it can be to create new, fresh and useful content. Sure, you may know your business backwards and forwards, but don't you ever feel like you've run out of creative and interesting things to tell your audience? Trust us, we've sat scratching our heads trying to come up with blogging content ideas before - and it's not fun. The best way to solve this problem is to come up with a blog content planning guide that will help keep your business blog running like a well oiled inbound marketing and content machine.


Create a Calendar

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Topics: blog content planning, Inbound Marketing, Content Writing, blogging tips, Business Blogging

Create A Unique Company Internet Marketing Strategy

Posted by Jesse Cohen on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 @ 12:46 PM

One of our most common buzzwords tossed around the office here is content. This is usually in reference to Search Engine Optimization. Properly optimized content is vital for any site that wants to be recognized by Google and other popular search engines. But, content doesn't, and shouldn't, be only text.

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Topics: SEO, Content Writing, Web Content

Should You Hire a Writer For Your Business Blog?

Posted by Jesse Cohen on Tue, Aug 07, 2012 @ 12:17 PM

Creating a website is a challenge. Ask any business owner. It takes a creative eye, a certain amount of experience, and a business-oriented mind to build a site that combines useful information as well as an aesthetically pleasing look. If a company's website is well done, they've most likely hired a web design firm to handle the task. The web is as competitive a place as any other business venue, and people pay top dollar for quality pages.

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Topics: SEO, SEO Tips, Freelance Writing, Web Marketing, Content Writing, Business Blogging, Web Content

CT Web Design

Posted by Jesse Cohen on Fri, Aug 03, 2012 @ 10:49 AM

This blog often deals with many new technologies and ideas circulating in the web design industry. But sometimes, we like to remind our readers of some more traditional points. Web design, at its core, hasn't changed much in the last ten years. While the technology has certainly progressed, the key components of a ten year old site are still just as relevant today. If you're looking to design a site from scratch, or redesign an existing one, you are going to want to adhere to these main ideas.

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Topics: web design, Content Writing, CT web design, Web Content

Small Business Web Design Tips

Posted by Jeffrey Cohen on Wed, Jul 25, 2012 @ 09:21 AM

In most cases, when people visit your Web site, you only have a few seconds to capture the attention of the viewer. Many of our clients come to us troubled by a high bounce rate. That is to say, they are getting traffic, but no one is staying on the site.

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Topics: Mobile Devices, web design, Inbound Marketing, Content Writing, CT web design, Web Content

Small Business Blog Rules You Can't Ignore

Posted by Jesse Cohen on Thu, Jul 05, 2012 @ 12:03 PM

Writing a business blog is easy. Anybody can write something and post it online. Successfully keeping an audience interested, however, is difficult. There’s an inordinate amount of guides and ‘how to’ posts on the Internet explaining all the different methods and techniques that the blogger should use to obtain more readers. We’ve gone through many of these posts and compiled the recurring themes we’ve seen in all successful blogs. If you include these next few components into your blog posts, you’re bound to increase your Internet presence. 

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Topics: Social Media Marketing, SEO, Internet Community, Content Writing, Facebook, Blog Posts, Business Blogging, Web Content

CT Web Design Best Practices for Website Landing Pages

Posted by Jeffrey Cohen on Wed, May 09, 2012 @ 05:03 PM

While website visitors are great, business leads are better. Create targeted landing pages and lead-capture forms to convert more visitors into sales leads. We recommend following these best practices to get the most marketing traction.

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Topics: Web Marketing, CT Inbound Marketing, Content Writing, CT web design

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