Growth Hacking Outreach – How to Growth Hack and Scale Email Outreach Using Mail Merge

Scale Email Outreach

One of the most powerful and often underused tools that we have at our disposal is mail merge. Let’s face it, people rarely respond to emails which appear to be part of a mass mailing list, and we all love emails which are personally crafted for us.

Although it might seem to be a tedious process, you’ll be surprised at the results that follow once you put in the effort in the beginning.

In this guide, I’ll break down mail merge and show you how to scale your email outreach campaign.

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How to Increase User Experience Via Clever Use of Online Forms

Forms are generally boring.

They’re like Monday mornings—dragging and tedious. The poorly created ones are irritating to users too.

Filling up forms is something one doesn’t want to do, but it’s something that needs to be done.

These days, forms are a means of paying for your online purchase, of subscribing to useful apps, or of processing your online applications like your Japan Visa.

Forms are the starting points of things pleasant and important, but how come they’re so drab to tackle?

Good news: They don’t have to be.

Thanks to today’s technology and the sheer creativity of developers, forms can be made clever, beautiful, and fun even.

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Still Trying Old SEO Techniques? Here’s Your Guide to SEO 2.0

Add NewSEO Techniques

You will hardly find a business not doing Search Engine Optimization, or simply calling – SEO. In the last few years, search engines have changed their algorithms and users have changed their patterns of browsing content.

From ‘SEO driven content’, we have moved to an era of ‘content driven SEO’. If you are still busy creating content that serves your SEO requirements, hold on. Take a breather and read this guide to know what ‘Content-driven SEO’ or SEO 2.0 as I call it, is all about. Read More

Citation Link Building – How to Dominate Local Search

Citation Link Building

Links have always been the most important ranking factors. They still are today. And they will remain just as important in times to come. It is difficult to predict if this will ever change.

Search engines gauge the importance of a site by looking at the number and authority of sites linking to them. The more links they have the better their standing in search results. There are hundreds of other criteria, but links remain the most important of them.

The more sites that link to you, the more credible your site is. It is, therefore, important to remember that you want more links, but from credible sources.

In other words, we need credible & high authority sites to link to us. So that we are also perceived as credible by the search engines.

There are many ways to build links to your site. However, today we will start with the most popular link building technique used by SEOs worldwide. It is none other than Citation Link Building. 

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How to Optimize Your Website for Voice Searches

You know when you start to hear your parents calling for Siri, Alexa or Cortana, that voice searches must be on the rise. In fact, 20% of all searches from a mobile device are by voice.

Is your business prepared to capitalize on this trend?

Optimize Your Website for Voice Searches

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Is it Worth Trusting Google On SEO Advice?

Google is, without any doubt, the largest and most successful search engine in existence today.

SEO Advice

Since the initial launch of Google in 1998, we have seen a lot of advancements in the technology behind this search engine. Today, the search engine receives over one billion searches every single day, with as much as 40,000 searches being conducted every single second.

With billions of pages being indexed by Google on a daily basis, the competition for reaching that numero uno spot for a keyword in your niche becomes harder than ever before. This constant increase in competition makes it tough for webmasters and businesses to reach the top of SERPs and, with only 21% of Google searches resulting in more than a single click, getting noticed at the top is not only beneficial but a necessity these days.

Since Google is the biggest search engine, it is obvious to think that its’ advice is the best source. Thus business owners, webmasters, and internet marketers consider information provided by Google regarding rankings most preferable. Unfortunately, it seems like not everyone agrees with this!

In this post, we’ll dig a little deeper into Google’s advice on ranking on their search engine. And consider whether or not you should reach out to Google or rather another credible resource for the best SEO tips.

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Is Asking Questions a Better Way to Search the Web? [Find Out in Under 4 Minutes]

Search the Web

Many SEO experts devote a tremendous amount of attention to keyword research. They are constantly trying to figure out what keywords would be most effective for their clients in general, and their individual projects more specifically. But how important are keywords these days? Moreover, is asking questions a better way to search the web?

Keywords are still critical to search engine results pages (SERP) in that they form the foundation of how Google and its competitors rank sites for searchers. There has to be some baseline measuring tool, and keywords are it. Yet a paradigm shift is now underway. Google, Microsoft, and a handful of other technology companies are implementing machine learning, artificial intelligence, and voice recognition technologies in ways that are changing how people search the internet.

As those technologies are advanced, more emphasis is being put on long-tail keywords. This could inevitably lead to a point in time where it is more productive to focus on questions users might ask rather than single keywords. In short, internet searches are becoming more conversational.

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8 Top Mobile Analytics Strategies You Ought to Follow

Mobile Analytics Strategies

In a world dominated by smartphones and mobile apps, marketers are doing their best to keep up with this new playing field. Every month, there seems to be a new way of reaching out to customers to make a difference in their lives. However, with all of this data flowing back and forth, unless you have put in place some robust mobile analytics strategies, you might be missing valuable insights.

But, what does mobile analytics exactly mean? Well, mobile analytics is the practice of collecting user data, determining their intent from said data, and taking actions based on those metrics to drive retention and customer engagement. Although this does include mobile web services, most mobile analytics strategies focus on analytics for Android and iOS applications.

This makes sense when you consider that 54% of mobile transactions made worldwide are done via apps. Not only is that more than half of all mobile transactions, but it shows just how important mobile analytics strategies are for converting customers. In this article, we are going to guide you through 8 mobile analytics strategies that you should follow TODAY in order to stay ahead of your competition. Let’s get started.

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21 Top Local SEO Tactics You Should Avoid

Local SEO Tactics

There are several local SEO tactics that need to be avoided for optimizing your business in the best way possible. However, with Google regularly changing SEO conventions, it’s important to stay up with the latest trends. You might already know what to do with your local SEO campaigns. So, here’s the list of the top local SEO tactics that you need to avoid while optimizing your business for the best results

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How to Help Your “Help” Page – 4 Basic Areas to Focus On

Help Your Help Page

Frustrated visitors don’t convert to customers, and frustrated customers don’t stay customers for long. It’s impossible to create a product or service that’s perfect and immediately understandable to all or to set up a website that provides the perfect answer to every question any person in the world might have. But all businesses can be attentive to customer needs by taking the time to craft a “help page” that is truly useful.

A good help page finds the right balance between answering the simple and obvious questions that some may need answering because they overlooked it somewhere else, and providing more in-depth guidance and how-tos for established customers or interested leads.

Help pages must anticipate the needs of a variety of client personas and provides assistance in a way that will be the simplest and most useful for that demographic.

Let’s take a look at some important elements for any help page, along with real-life examples of what works and what doesn’t.

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