The Best Times to Post Your Social Media Content

May 24, 2017 by BizTraffic Team


Creating great content is all for nothing if no one ever sees it. If you want to maximize your exposure, then posting that content at the proper time is an important part of the process.

We’ve broken down the best times to post your material to your favorite social media sites, letting you focus on producing compelling content for your followers.

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Filed Under: Quality Content, social media, social media management, Posting Schedule, Posting

The FCC Wants to Kill Your Business

May 12, 2017 by BizTraffic Team

If you’ve been paying attention at all lately, you’ve probably heard about FCC chairman Ajit Pai’s plans to gut the net neutrality rules established in 2015.

These regulations currently prohibit internet service providers (ISPs)  like AT&T, Time Warner, and Comcast from charging companies for priority access to the internet, forcing ISPs to treat all internet traffic equally.

The FCC wants to reverse these regulations, allowing ISPs to set their own rules for how they handle traffic on the internet.

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Filed Under: social responsibility, Quality Content, page speed, net neutrality, load time

It's the Buyer’s Journey, not the Destination

May 02, 2017 by BizTraffic Team

Whatever product or service your company provides, it should solve a problem for your customers. Problem solving is the basis for all consumer interactions.

Sometimes the problem can be minor, even trivial - “I’m thirsty and tired!” Three guys from Seattle came up with a solution to this problem, and in 2015 they made almost 3 billion dollars solving it.

You might be using their solution right now, but even if you’re not you certainly know its name - Starbucks.

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Filed Under: content, Quality Content, landing pages, Buyer's Journey, attribution

A National Treasure: Blog Writing Lessons From Nicolas Cage

April 12, 2017 by BizTraffic Team

What can you learn about content writing from Ghost Rider, Ben Gates (of National Treasure), and Cameron Poe (the hero from Con Air)? If you’re a content writer, beginning a new blog post can feel daunting at times. You’ve got to  decide what to write about, where to start, and, above all, what to say, and that’s all before you even write a word!

Feeling lost? Writer’s block? Why not seek guidance from the acting career of renowned star Nicolas Cage? Let’s take a look at Mr. Cage’s career for some fresh perspective on creating content.

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, Blogging, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing

Back to Basics: The Content Writing Process

December 19, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

So you want to start blogging, but it's been a while since you last sat down and wrote anything other than perhaps an email or proposal. In fact, for many people, their last experience with any kind of substantive writing was most likely in school. And while writing excellent academic essays is a great place to start, it is definitely not the same as determining a fresh topic and writing an engaging piece of content for the web. 

How do you bridge the gap between your intro to composition course and your company's blog? By following the writing process, of course!

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing

12 Basic Blogging Best Practices

September 19, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

Whether you're just starting out on the road to blogging, or your a seasoned blogger looking to get back to basics, reviewing a few blogging best practices can almost always prove a useful exercise in ensuring your blog is living up to its full potential. 

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Filed Under: Blogging, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing

How to Create Ebooks That People Actually Want to Read

August 04, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

For as long as I can remember I have always wanted to be a writer. I vividly remember creating a daily publication as a kid with book reviews, poetry (both original and unoriginal), quick tips, and serial stories. I spent hours creating a comic book about my hamster made from white construction paper I had stapled together, and I also wrote several tiny school books for my stuffed animals to use in my "classroom." In college I wrote multiple research papers, literature reviews, personal essays, and creative short stories. And all of this culminated into a career where I write content on a daily basis.

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing

Incorporating Visual Content Marketing Into Your Marketing Strategy

August 01, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

Visual content is such a powerful tool for conveying information and making a lasting impression. But far too often businesses forget to incorporate visual content marketing into their overall marketing strategy. Maybe it's a simple oversight, maybe it's because of the misconception that B2B visual content isn't interesting, but either way, that's a bad excuse.

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, visual marketing, Quality Content, web marketing

7 Topic Ideas to Jumpstart Your Next Piece of Content

July 25, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

You started blogging and creating offers with a thousand ideas in your head. You couldn't wait to write about all the great topics you had planned out. But now, it has been a few months, maybe even a few years, and the idea pool is growing smaller and smaller.

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing

A Guide to Writing Case Studies for the Web

July 18, 2016 by BizTraffic Team

Creating valuable content is an important aspect of your marketing. This often means blogging frequently about topics your audience cares about, writing in-depth ebooks that offer valuable insight, and designing infographics that are informative, interesting, and easily digested. 

But what about the case study? In the world of inbound, a case study can be an uncomfortable piece of content to write. It feels a little too "salesy" and "me focused" in comparison to the day-to-day writing a content marketer often does. But case studies are a powerful tool, not just for your sales team, but also for your lead generation and lead nurturing. 

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Filed Under: Content Marketing, Quality Content, content creation, Content writing