Do you need a pillar page? If you want to support your website visitors and boost your Google rankings, pillar pages are definitely something to consider. Pillar pages are a way of organizing content on your website to (1) make it easy for visitors to find high-value information on a specific topic, and (2) improve your search engine rankings.
Every year, the inbound environment gets more complicated, with new technologies adding greater complexity to the mix – and making your planning even more challenging. As you put the finishing touches on your inbound marketing strategy for 2019, here are 5 options to consider before finalizing your plan:
It’s not hard to create content today. After all, there are thousands of content mills in operation, churning out endless streams of content. And automated content creators and content bots, which are getting better and better at creating content, are poised to help meet the internet’s limitless need for fresh content.
Both teams should join in a firm handshake for mutual benefit, but historically work at arms’ length. What new research now shows.
SEO is key. Lead conversion vital but weak. How do you compare to current trends identified in HubSpot’s 2016 Inbound Report?
Consider a marketing plan ‘turn-by-turn navigation’ for identifying and reaching target audiences to make them buyers. Maybe you’ve asked, “Is a marketing plan really necessary? I have good business sense and a degree in marketing, so why bother?”
Marketing professionals struggle with a heavy workload during the work season. In summer many marketeers finally find a moment to have a break and revitalize their creativity and organizational skills.
To efficiently integrate ‘inbound marketing’ in your marketing strategy, you need to know exactly who your buyer personas are.