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Why Case Studies Should Be Central to B2B Content Marketing Strategies

Putting the SEO building blocks in place will boost your website’s search engine performance. Having a regularly-updated blog will give you a great platform to showcase industry expertise. Contributing guest articles to high-authority websites within your niche will extend your reach and allow you to build a healthy portfolio of backlinks. All of the above, complemented by strategic social media activity, will drive targeted traffic to your website.

But how are you going to convert these visitors to your site into clients? Writing captivating copy can go a long way towards winning custom, and if you do a good job with each of the above you might find you’re soon inundated with website traffic. However, for my money, the most effective way of encouraging potential clients to move from browsing your site to picking up the phone is to have a good range of case studies – providing real insight into your way of working, and detailing the success stories you’ve had with others.

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Here’s Why Guest Blogging Will Take Your Business Places

Carol Tice built a blog from zero to almost 12,000 readers through guest blogging and posting valuable content. She admits that in the beginning, nobody cared about what she had to say, but she stayed persistent and the results showed gradually. She went ahead to write an award-winning book “Make a Living Writing” and founded the ‘Freelancers Writer’s Den’.

Guest blogging is an easy, low-cost and effective way to market your business. It does take some time to prepare a good post, but pays off well. You can easily spread the word about your business out there and spread awareness about your niche at the same time.

The thing which sets guest blogging apart from other marketing methods is its educational value. Well-informed business owners take time out to teach people something from their experience and it makes the community learn something new. In exchange, these writers get links back to their sites and build a reputation for themselves over time.

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Understanding Behavioral Economics and its Correlation to Digital Marketing

What would make a social media user share content with his family and friends? What would entice him to click an external link? What type of content would be convincing enough to convert a “like” to an eventual sale? These are some of the questions that constantly bug digital marketers. Digital marketing, a subcategory of marketing, uses digital platforms such as Short Message Service (SMS), electronic billboards, social media, and apps to promote and sell products. In creating effective digital marketing strategies, it’s imperative to understand consumer buying behaviour.

“The brain is the organ of economic decisions. With behavioral economics, we want to use facts and constructs to reveal the limitations on computation, willpower, and self-interest,” says Dr. Colin Camerer, an experimental economist at the California Institute of Technology. Behavioral economics, or the “economics from the inside” of the mind, can be a useful tool for digital marketers.

If you’re an entrepreneur or head of an advocacy group aiming to reach your target audience, here are four things you should know about digital marketing trends and their correlation to behavioral economics.

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