Well this deserves a blog post, doesn’t it? So the first I heard that US-based Search Engine Journal had named Digital Training Institute as one of the best marketing blogs in Ireland was when I got a ‘ping-back’ moderation notification from my blog! Nice way to find out! Why is blogging so important to us at Digital Training Institute? I’ve always described myself as a storyteller. Simply telling stories that excite, engage, are compelling and deliver emotion. I trained as a journalist and it was my love for storytelling and writing that motivated me to choose a career in media. While
Make your Blog Posts current, timely and continue to add value to your SEO Upcycling your blog posts from time to time will give them a better purpose by making them more relevant to whatever is current at the time. Here are a few simple tips on how to make your blog Posts current, timely and continue to add value to your SEO. 1.Upcycle Your Information: Edit old out of date information by updating your blog post and replacing it with new fact, statistics, written content and quotations. 2.Upcycle Your Title: Change the titles of your blog posts to something
20 Blogging Tips With the launch of the Blog Awards Ireland 2014 we decided to write a blog post on blogging. Blogging is a way of maintaining a corporate diary of your brand, promoting your expertise in your specialist subject, driving traffic to other areas of your website and really just heightening brand profile. Blogging is a great way to improve your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), while also giving you a platform to discuss, engage, share and inspire. We’d love to hear why you blog so feel free to comment at the end of this post.
A Corporate Assest Your website is something that you own and have full control over. Your website which incorporates your domain name (www.yourcompany.com) is a corporate asset. You can fully control the content, the advertising and have control over the visibility of the site. You have the power to showcase your product, service, intellectual property to an international audience and marketplace. When using Facebook or Twitter or other social networking sites you are storytelling your brand and sharing news, view and industry trends. However Facebook owns Facebook and Twitter owns Twitter. That’s a very important point to remember.