One of the most requested Instagram features from marketers has been to schedule posts, and with Instagram’s new API this will finally be a reality. The Flaunt Digital discuss what impact this could have on the platform…
Have you ever been curious about the differences between inbound and outbound marketing? Chris breaks down some of the most effective inbound and outbound techniques, and how you can tell the difference between the two…
The awareness of how powerful and profitable content marketing can be (if executed correctly) has risen dramatically over the last five years. To deploy continued successful content marketing you have to understand performance.
“Content is anything that adds value to a reader’s life.” ~ Avinash Kaushik With the growth of content marketing over the last 3-4 years the phrase “create content” has become common among marketers recommending strategies for their clients. This is great and generally it is relevant advice, but what does it actually mean? There are so
As we mentioned in our recent article, How to Enable Google AMP on Your WordPress Site, Google’s AMP is becoming an important channel for maximising your content exposure and visibility. However, the previous post simply focused on getting the fundamentals in place for making sure your content is ready and available in your WordPress site.
Now that Google is presenting AMP-enabled (Accelerated Mobile Pages) articles right at the top of UK mobile SERPs, it’s becoming important for content-marketers and blog developers to look into enabling AMP on their websites. The actual location of the AMP articles varies depending on the term (it seems like terms which are currently trending in
With the rise of content marketing’s popularity naturally there is now an ecosystem of terms and techniques that sit uniquely within content marketing. One key term that has become a “buzzword” within content marketing is “micro content”. What the hell is micro content? There are lots of definitions of what micro content is but to