July, 2014 | Content Marketing
Of Short-Tails and Long-Tails
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What are short-tail and long-tail keywords? And what’s the deal with them? First, you must know what keywords are right? Keywords are specific words/phrases that facilitate DESCRIPTION of searched-for written content, images, web pages and a lot more in the digital platform. That means in search engines like Google, they are a means for users […]

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Choosing the right notes to make your site sing the loudest!
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By: Daniel Lissett This article is directed at companies that operate in the music industry, specifically online music journalism sites. Similar established sites would include Rolling Stone and NME magazine. The first step to establishing your online web site is to determine who you intend your target market or your audience to be. This is really […]

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Why you should venture into online marketing
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By: Salome Njeri The business arena today is saturated with billions of people who are all trying to be ahead of the curve. It takes an innovative and smart mind for one to be successful. One grand way to turn your business into a success is by taking your business the online way. You probably just […]

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CHERUBIC CONTENT MAGIC BY MADELEINE M.!
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(Our Author of the Week: 07/02/14 – 07/09/14) Content marketing is no holy pursuit. There are grimes that content creators need to deal with. Obviously, some would ask, are content marketers there to misinform or sensationalize? That actually depends – if the content producers release false claims about a business just to sell, then there […]

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RAYAN ANTHONY B. WRITES RIGHT!
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(Our Author of the Week: 06/25/14 – 07/02/14) You’ve probably heard about the basic steps of Solving a Problem. While it doesn’t have to rigidly follow, the process should include: Defining A Problem, Analyzing a Problem, Enumerating Possible Options, Analyzing the Options, Selecting the Best Solutions, and if problem’s not solved, Go Back to Step […]

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