The Ultimate List of Social Media Posts for 2019

Social media is huge as it has grown faster than the internet itself.

Social media giants such as Facebook and Instagram have millions of users worldwide and they are growing with every passing second. The data suggests that the number of active Facebook users was at a whopping 2.38 billion in 2018 whereas the active user-base of Instagram has also touched the mark of 1 billion in June 2018.

Social Media Posts

Social Media Posts

The data shows huge numbers in favor of both the platforms but we have to understand that all the active users are not just individuals who like to post details about their daily activities.

Many profiles on social media platforms are self-employed professionals, part-time/full-time bloggers, and business organizations. Social media platforms are presenting good business opportunities by extending their reach and marketing their products and services.

Since almost every business has its presence on social media, it is vital for businesses to keep themselves relevant by consistently updating the audience about their marketing campaigns, CSR activities, and other corporate initiatives.

However, posting content on social media can be frustrating as it is not easy to create different types of content for diverse platforms and facing a creative block is considered normal.

This is probably not the reason you are reading this post. Don’t worry! Even experienced marketers need some encouragement for consistently producing original posts for social media. This post contains a vast number of ideas that can cover a very type of social network. Let’s begin!

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How to Plan a Full Funnel B2B Content Marketing Strategy?

The Internet revolutionized the world: how we communicate, how we learn, and how we buy things.

Today, a majority of consumers spend hours gathering information and comparing products and services before they make a purchase.

According to Forrester, on average a person consumes 11.4 pieces of content before making a purchase decision. Some of that content is likely an answer to the question, “Should I buy X or Y?”  So, how do you market to this research-driven customer base?

Give them the information they’re looking for.

86% of B2B marketers report that their organizations are using content marketing.  Custom content is the best way to lead customers through the sales funnel. The trick is to learn what kind of content makes the most impact at which stages of the sales funnel.

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The One SEO Factor That Can Make or Break Your Rankings

Did you know that only 4% of people believe that backlinks can barely influence your rankings?

That means a whopping 96% disagrees with them. These people believe that link building is one of the best ways of making a mark on the top of the SERPs.

But if you think that acquiring just any type of link can get you there, you’ve got another thing coming.

While some links can catapult you to the summit, others go the opposite direction. So, rather than pursue every backlink opportunity that comes your way, you need to distinguish the good from the bad.

In this post, let’s look at this one SEO factor that can make or break your rankings: the quality of your link profile.

Let’s get the ball rolling.

What are the links?

Links can either be internal or externalFirst, let’s cover internal links. These are links that connect to internal pages of the same domain.

Here’s an example from Mondovo’s blog post on SEO content writing.

Content Writing

When you click the link, you’ll be sent to another page on the same blog.

Simple, right?

Internal links matter because it passes on traffic and PageRank to other pages in your site. Search engine crawlers will also have an easier time discovering them.

If you have a high number of internal links that point to a specific page, you’re sending Google a signal. You’re telling them that your page is important.

As long as you created this link naturally, Google will give that page a nod. Meanwhile, external links are links that point you to a place outside a domain.

If these links point you outside of your site, you can refer to them as outbound links. And if they are pointing to you from another site, you can refer to them as inbound links or backlinks.

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