Unique: Your target audience might have read articles like the one you are writing. If your headline is not unique, they will think that it is the same. You need to make sure that no one else is using the headline of your article.
Ultra-specific: It has to offer enough information for your reader to know why it is worth sacrificing their valuable time to read your article.
Convey a sense of urgency: Something that compels your reader to read so that they will not miss out.
Useful: Your headline has to communicate a benefit to your readers after reading your article.
Here's how you can create great headlines:
Step 1: Create 3 Benefit-Driven Headlines
The first step is to create 3 benefit-driven headlines. We will be testing the effectiveness of these 3 headlines later.
You can create benefit-driven headlines using various headline formulas. In this post, I use the Ultimate Headline Formula as an example:
Noah Kagan has analyzed almost 1 million headlines and found out that list posts got the most shares. Whenever possible, you should include specific numbers and data in your headline.
For example, let say you are writing an article about losing weight. Some examples of headlines using the Ultimate Headline Formula might be:
9 Surprising Weight Loss Tips that will make you slimmer in a week 10 Quick Weight Loss exercises that you can do today
Bottom Line: You would want your content to be at least 2000 words. If you can write longer, go for it. The caveat here is that your content needs to be useful. There is a difference between long-winded and helpful.
But why have we seen so many blog posts that are about 400-500 words? How can so many people get it wrong?
Because writing 400-500 words blog post is easy and cheap.
For just $5 from Fiverr, you will be able to get a content for any keyword up to 500 words. This is a great deal when so many people are not able to craft out time for content marketing.
Notice the number of reviews the writers got. These are the contents that have been flooding the Internet every day. Crappy 500 words content. I know you can do better than this.
Creating longer content is by no means easy. It takes a longer time and effort. Over time, it will pay off. It is better that you create 1 high-quality content than 5 crappy articles.
Here are some tips that can make your content longer:
Increase the number of items in the list versus your competitor
Provides more graphics and photos
For each list item, write something more in-depth using the tips in this article
Provide real-life examples
You might have clients or readers that have benefited from your advice. Write about them, and what kinds of results they have achieved. Readers like to read examples of how one can achieve the results they want using your strategies.
If you do not have any concrete example of your own to show, don't worry. You can quote what others have done, although the effect will not be as good.
Action Item: Write about real-life examples that benefited from the advice you are giving.
Write More Depth
Most of the today's online content lacks depth.
Take a weight loss article for example. A typical list post might contain a tip telling your reader to track intake calories. You can do better by answering some questions that pop out of their mind:
What's the best app I can track the calories?
Roughly how many calories can I take in per day?
Is there 'good' and 'bad' calories?
You want your content to stand out by having the depth. Your readers want an insane level of depth in their content. They love content that holds them by the hand and gives them all the rich details.
Action Item: Look at your best-performing articles. Think about what kind of questions your readers might have after reading your article. Do not assume anything about them.
Use short introduction to transit your readers to the meat of your content
Your introduction is the second most important element in your content after the headline. The goal of the introduction is to get your reader to read further. I have seen articles with long introductions that bored the hell out of their reader. This is not what you want.
Of all the visitors that land on your website, roughly 10% never scroll down. To get more people to read your content, you need to have a powerful and compelling introduction.
How can you write an introduction that makes your audience read further?
Keep your first sentence short. Your readers can digest short sentences easier. A short first sentence is also a good transition for your reader to read further.
Keep the introduction brief. Readers have short attention span. They are usually impatient to see the meat of the article.
Write what is the article about. Introduce your article in just 1 to 2 sentences. Make sure you also include the benefits your readers will get
after reading your article.
Refer to a concern or problem your readers might have. Your article should aim to solve one problem for your reader. Illustrate a typical situation
where your reader faces this problem.
Tell a story. Having a narrative usually works better as long as it is not long-winded.
Also, revisit the introduction after you completed the body and conclusion. Ask yourself whether the introduction met the above guidelines.
Create Audience Persona to laser target your content
The common mindset in content creation is to write for as many people as possible. If you do that, your content is almost guaranteed to be average. Appealing to everyone will result in you appealing to no one.
Having an audience persona also helps to make your content more in-depth and relevant
But that is not the only benefit audience persona brings to the quality of your content.
Having the audience persona also helps your content to be more relevant to them. Doing research in your audience persona will also help you in generating content ideas.
For all the content that I wrote, I have a specific person in mind that I want to target.
What is audience persona? Quoting from Hubspot:
Personas are fictional representations of your ideal customers, based on real data about customer demographics and online behavior, along with educated speculation about their personal histories, motivations, and concerns.
Step 1: Use your target market as a starting point
You can start developing your persona by looking at your existing customers. What are the types of customers that you love having? If you are selling to businesses, your customer is the person that you are interacting with most.
If your client base is not large enough, then you can think of who will be your ideal customers.
Use LinkedIn to help you find the individuals within these companies. If possible, extract the Twitter profile. Unlike LinkedIn or Facebook, Twitter is open for everyone. Thus, it is easier for you to conduct research.
If you are targeting at consumers, you can use Twitter advanced search to find your customers. Search by relevant keywords or hashtags. You can also look at the followers of your competitors.
Step 2: Find out what are they interested in
The next step is to find out what is your target audience's interest. Browse through what they are sharing in major social media in LinkedIn or Twitter.
When you are skimming their feed, note down the following:
What topics do they share?
Who do they follow?
What are the ideal formats of their post? Is it a list, video, or infographics?
Bonus Tip: Read the comments of these posts and find if there is anyone who has a problem worth solving.
Your goal is to end up with a list of topics your audience is interested in.
Step 3: Develop Audience Profile
Based on your research in Step 1 and 2, ask yourself the following questions:
What are the biggest problems that they are trying to solve?
What does he or she need most?
What information are they searching for?
What trends are influencing their business or personal success?
What kind of information do they tend to consume online? Are they educational, entertainment or trends? Do they watch videos or attend webinars?
There are no real rules in what kind of information you should include in the persona.
Some of them which you can consider are:
Demographics – Age group, gender, location, job title, industry
How do they use the web?
By now, you should have a brief description of your personas' demographics, needs, and behaviors.
Example: Beach Honeymoon Destinations
When I am writing this article, I used my wife as the target audience persona. We were just married, and she is looking for cheap beaches near Singapore where she can go. She also does not want to go to places that are too crowded with tourists. We just want a quiet and relaxing honeymoon.
I observed that my wife is doing the following in her research:
Google for “beaches near Singapore”. Look for beautiful photos of beaches.
Find the air ticket costs in Expedia or Skyscanner
Find the costs of accommodations in Booking.com or Airbnb. She also researches on the location of the accommodations to determine its convenience.
Once there is a potential candidate, she will check the weather. You would not want to go to beaches when it is rainy season.
Finally, she will double the amount to get the estimated cost for both of us.
She did the above for every potential beach she found. Imagine how much time she is taking.
With this information, I wrote a blog entry. I provided the estimated costs of 2 persons and the best time to go to a beach, for 13 less well-known beaches.
With a target audience in mind, you will be able to write about their specific needs and give them what they want. This article gives the essential information, all in one place.
Action Item: Decide your target audience persona for your content. List down what is the persona goals and greatest worries. Plan your content taking the persona into considerations.
Create proven and share-worthy content to increase the chances of going viral
After determining your audience persona, the next step is to decide on the topic.
And here is where most of us got stuck. We write contents that our readers do not care about. In the end, it is just a waste of time and effort.
You have to write content that has proven to be popular. One way of applying this concept is using the Skyscraper Technique by Brian Dean. I am going to summarize this technique for your convenience.
Step 1: Find Link-Worthy Content
The first step is to find content in your niche that are link-worthy. This means the content has already generated tons of shares and backlinks. Before you start, make sure you have a list of keywords that you would like to rank for.
How do you do it?
Using Google, and Ahrefs.com
Search your niche in Google. Always search for informational keywords instead of product based keywords. For example, you should search for “How to grind
coffee beans” instead of “coffee grinder”.
Clicking this page will give you something like this:
Go to your favorite backlinks checker tools like Ahrefs or Open Site Explorer. Search the domain.
Then look at the top performing contents.
In this case, how to grind coffee seems to be performing reasonably well in Facebook.
The second method is to use Buzzsumo. This time round, I search for the keyword “grind coffee”:
In this case, I saw that there is an article written by Great Coffee Grinders with 1.2K Facebook shares.
You can rinse and repeat with other keywords that you have in mind related to your niche. Find an article where you know there is a social proof in both backlinks and social sharing.
Step 2: Make that article even better
Once you have decided the topic you are going to write, look at the best content right now on that topic.
The best content will be based on your research in Step 1.
Ask yourself: Can you make it better?
By using some of the techniques that in this article, I am sure you will find a way that can make your content better.
Some quick ways you can make your article better are:
More relevant to a specific audience persona. The best content at the moment might target to one persona. You can write an article that is more
relevant to your audience.
More depth and details. Your readers need something that is actionable. Can you add more depth to the existing article that will make it better?
You can also include content upgrades that will help your readers achieve their goals.
Better design. Sometimes, the top content might not be scannable. There are large blocks of text, with no graphics or videos included. Can you make
your content scannable by including graphics, or screenshots?
More current. The content might be outdated at the time of reading. Can you provide content for the same topic, but updated with current
If you have trouble finding topics for your content, here are some tips:
Use shoulder niche. Sometimes your niche is just too boring. In this case, you have to explore another related niche to your topic. One example, your niche is in travel insurance. Finding proven topic within travel insurance is difficult. In this case, you might want to write a related shoulder niche on traveling tips.
Go broad. Another way to find a topic is to go one step broader from your niche. For example, your niche is on security guard training. You can zoom out into the topic of office security or home security.
If you still have troubles finding proven topics, leave me a comment below on your business. I will see how I can help you.
Brian Dean recommends that you should beat the best content at every level. This includes the length, design and how current is it. So that it will be clear that you have the better piece of content.
Write evergreen content to get traffic for a long period
There are 2 ways to generate lots of buzz in content marketing:
Producing event-based content, for e.g. based on the latest Star Wars movie; or
Creating evergreen content that will be relevant to your readers for a long period
Whenever possible, always choose to produce evergreen content.
A good tweet peaks at 18 minutes. An evergreen blog post lasts for years.
Kevan Lee, Buffer
Here's the reasons why:
Evergreen content can generate sustainable traffic if done right. Event-based content's traffic will tend to drop after the hype is over.
You do not have to keep updating your blog to generate traffic. Always publishing high-quality, timeless content will generate traffic even when you are not writing.
One of my favorite books is How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This book was written almost 80 years ago! And yet, the advice and lessons are still relevant today. Even today, there are still people leaving reviews on Amazon. This is the power of writing evergreen content.
Answer common questions that are always relevant to searchers
Interesting even after a long time of its publication date
Pull in traffic over months, or years
Lacking an expiry date
But how can you create evergreen content? Here're 2 tips that can help you create your evergreen content:
Target your content at beginners
When it comes to creating evergreen content, you should always write for beginners.
Most people who read your blog are beginners. Experts do not search for answers in their niches. Only beginners do. Thus, target your content on beginners to grow.
When you target your content at beginners, your content should be:
Free of technical jargons. If there is any, you should take the time to explain them in your article.
Free of assumptions that you have made about your readers
Create a handful of evergreen contents. As your blog grows over time, link these contents together.
Narrowing down your topic
It is easier for your readers to understand and apply a specific topic. It is also easier for you to write a specific topic. Think about a broad topic that you are going to produce, and narrow it down to a niche. Taking this article for example:
My broad topic is content marketing. I chose to write about creating high-quality blog posts.
Readers tend to look for specific information when they have problems. My target audience will be those who are looking for ways to improve the quality of their content.
Provide Content Upgrades to increase conversions
Good contents are actionable and insightful. To make it better, you can provide a content upgrades in exchange for an email.
What are content upgrades?
Content upgrades are bonuses specific to the content that your reader is reading. It is not a generic ebook or toolkit that you offer on every page of your site.
PDF version of the article: Providing a PDF version of the article will allow your reader to refer to it at their convenience.
Summarized Checklist: Your content most likely will be long. Your reader will be most interested in the implementation. Provide a summarized
checklist, only on the application to your reader.
Templates: Boilerplates/spreadsheets that guide your readers in implementing the techniques in your article.
Advanced/Bonus version of the article in PDF: You might not reveal all your strategies in your article. Thus, you can provide some more or advanced
materials in the form of an ebook.
How do you create upgrades for your content?
Step 1: Ensure that your content is actionable
It is way easier for you to provide content upgrades when your content is actionable.
But, you might have to write non-actionable content, like for e.g. industry trends, sometimes.
In this case, you have to ensure that your content upgrade is actionable. One example is a step-by-step guide on how to take advantage of the industry trend.
Step 2: Rewrite your article in point form
List the actionable techniques, step-by-step in a word document from your article. In this point form, ignore the why. Focus on the what are the techniques, and how to implement it.
Step 3: Create templates
Having a template or worksheet for your reader can help them implementing the techniques.
Run through your summarized article one more time. Write down what are some templates you can create that can make your reader's life easier. Some examples are:
Content calendars template if you are writing about content strategy;
Budget template if you are writing about creating your personal budget;
Worksheets that guide your reader
Step 4: Design your checklist and templates (Optional)
By including a content upgrade in your article, you are already 90% ahead of your competitions.
But, if you have the time, it will be good if you can direct some efforts into the design of your content upgrade.
Some simple elements that you should consider in designing your checklist and templates are:
Include your logo,
Make the color consistent with your branding;
Include a page on how to use the templates you are providing;
Step 5: Add a download link in your article
Finally, you would want to add a download link to the content upgrade in your article. There are a few tools you can use, but I prefer using Optinmonster.
Some other tools you can use are:
LeadIn – To check on this
Email Softwares like Mailchimp or Aweber
Ensure Your Content is Readable
Unless your target audiences are academics, you want your content to be readable. This means:
Avoid technical jargons and use simple words to illustrate your point
Keep your sentences short (at most 18 words per sentence)
Avoid large chunks of text. Break down your content into digestible pieces
Use bullet points
Use images to illustrate your points
User experience begins when your content is readable and legible.
There are several ways we can measure readability. A more popular measurement is Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level. The score means at what U.S. grade would your content be readable. If your writing has a grade level of 6, a 6th grader would be able to understand your writing.
Good writers have their content grade at below 8 for non-fiction. Let's take a look at some examples:
Note: I compile these statistics by taking the average grade level of 5 articles.
How can we calculate the grade level ourselves, and how can we improve our writing based on it?
There is a free application that did just that – Hemingwayapp.
Just copy and paste your writing into this app. You will see that it will give you a score of how readable your content is. Also, you will be able to see what sentences do you need to improve.
After acting on these improvements, you will see your tremendous improvement in your writing.
Some tips to make your sentences readable:
Restructure your sentences to something simpler and straightforward
Only communicate one idea per sentence. Nothing more.
Use less commas and more full-stops
Use Data and Statistics to Support Your Content
I love using data and statistics to support my point. There are 2 benefits if you use more data and statistics:
It establishes you as the expert.
You will be able to improve readability of your content due to the use of charts.
Collecting raw data by yourself is a lot of work. Although I encourage it, it might not be practical for your business.
An easy way to go around this is to use data (and findings) collected by others. Do a quick Google Search of the following:
He found that the 3 types of images with the highest number of shares were animated graphics, hand-drawn images, and infographics. Not surprising, these 3 are the images that took the most time to create.
But providing images in your content can be expensive and time-consuming. Not every business can provide top-quality images every time.
So how can you create custom images for your content?
Simple. Just follow these steps.
Step 1: Find the relevant photos from your favorite stock photo sites
Go to one of the below free stock photo sites to collect images that might be relevant to your content:
I will usually go to these 3 sites to download images. They are free, and you can use it for commercial purposes. The trouble is that there are limited selections to the photos you can choose.
If you are willing to pay, you can go to commercial stock photo sites like Getty Images.
For example, let say I am trying to find images for my weight loss blog using Pixabay:
Sign up for a free account with Pixabay. Then you can download a high-resolution photo of the image you chose.
Step 2: Edit the photo using Canva
Canva is a nice tool that you can use to edit your images, for free. You can use an existing template or set your custom dimensions:
I chose the social media template, which is 800px by 800px. After that, choose one layout that seems to be most appealing to you.
Upload your image to replace the background image.
Finally, apply the filter and flip the image (if you want to).
This is my final image:
Not too bad for just a 5 minutes work.
You can download the photos from Canva and upload it to your article. Note that if you use any photos/layouts provided by Canva with '$' sign, you will have to pay.
Link to Proven Authority Sites
Your article should not just perform in a silo. Chances are, you have borrowed information from elsewhere to support certain points you are making. This is
when you create a link back to the source of the content.
In HTML format, the outbound link will look something like this:
<a href="notyourwebsitedomain.com">Not Your Website Domain</a>
Why do you have to link to proven authority sites?
Because it increases your authority as well.
Not linking out might be the #1 on-page SEO mistake that I see people make. I usually link out 2-4x per 1000 words. That's a good rule of thumb for most sites.
Keep in mind that the sites you link out to reflect on you. So make sure to link out to authority sites whenever possible.
Brian Dean, Backlinko
By referencing someone else and their work, we are using their work to improve ours. We should also give them proper recognition. In content marketing, we recognize their work by linking to their website. You are also giving a reference to your reader if they want to find out more.
Building outbound links is simple. Just make sure that you link to authority sites while you are doing your research for your content.
Standard Grammar and Writing Style
For a content to be high quality, it must be free of grammatical and spelling errors.
If you are like me, you might not be someone who is well-versed in writing. Having a perfect, error-free content will be difficult for me.
But that does not mean we cannot cut our errors.
Here are some workarounds:
Use tools like Grammarly to check for Grammatical Errors
You should always check for Grammar errors with your naked eyes first.
But you might not be as good, or you do not have the resources to hire a copyeditor. This is when you can use tools like Grammarly to help you.
Sign up for a free account with Grammarly. Download the Grammarly app to your desktop. Below is an example of the first draft of this blog post:
Grammarly will highlight the issues with your content, and gave you a score. To improve your writing, you should make a note of the mistakes pointed out by the software. By not making the same mistake, you will increase your score over time.
Rectify all the errors that are pointed out by the software.
Grammar is not the only component to good writing. The other component is your writing style. To improve your writing style, I recommend you to read
Everybody Writes by Ann Handley. Some tips that I like are below:
Avoid using weblish words. Avoid using terms like 'don't have the bandwidth' or 'let me ping you on that'. Use normal terms such as 'don't have the time' or 'I'll get back to you'. Weblish words are words from technology that has nothing to do with people. You are writing for humans to read, not for the computer. So do not use weblish words.
Use active voice more often. When your sentence is in the active voice, it is in the form of [noun] [verb] [noun]. But, when a sentence is in the passive voice, it is in the form of [noun] is being [verb] by [noun]. You can improve your writing tremendously by making your sentences active. For example, Thiam Hock wrote an article on improving blog content [active] vs An article on improving blog content is written by Thiam Hock [passive].
Use stronger verbs. When you are describing actions or events that occur, use stronger verbs. The sentences come alive with stronger verbs. For example, put (weakling verb) vs etch (stronger verb), cut (weakling verb) vs slash (stronger verb).
Avoid nominalization of verbs. Nominalization refers to changing the verb into nouns. For example, you have to make a decision now (nominalize the word decide) vs you have to decide now. Nominalization makes your sentences weaker.
Ditch adverbs. Adverbs are words that usually ended with -ly. Words like 'neatly', 'carefully', 'usually' and 'clearly'. It modifies verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Try using the stronger verbs or adjectives next time when you use adverbs. You should be able to see the differences. For example, 'he closed the door firmly' vs 'he slammed the door'.
There are many more writing tips presented in the book. I recommend you to read it if you want to be a brilliant content marketer.
Create actionable contents that solve problems
Viral contents are contents that are actionable and solve your reader's problems.
Conduct a content audit to check whether your contents are actionable.
Actionable contents are contents which help your readers to take actions. You can make your contents actionable by following the below steps:
Share with your readers how to do certain things. It is not enough just to share what they need to do, and why. Sharing how to do certain things is what make your content actionable. For example, Purple Cow by Seth Godin is a great book. But it is not actionable as it does not tell the readers, step-by-step, how to find your purple cow.
Include examples from your work and research. For every step, provide examples and the results to strengthen your the rationale.
Showing visuals like screenshots and videos. Your readers learn best by seeing the steps in actions. Provide screenshots and videos to guide your readers how to perform a task.
Provide additional resources. Most likely your content will not be able to cover everything. Provide references where your readers can read if they want to find out more.
By writing the how, you are teaching, not just informing. Sharing how to perform certain tasks can better convince your readers that you are an expert.
Make your content scannable
Readers in 2015 have short attention span. One way to capture their attention is to organize our content that is scannable. Look at the following:
Which one do you think your reader will be more interested to read? Is your content more like the left or the right? If your answer is the right, you might have to reorganize your content.
You can use the following tips to make your content more scannable:
Breaking your content into different sections with subheaders. Organize your content in a logical way. Then separate them into different sections. Use a clear subheader so that the text would not chunk together.
Provide quotes, and make it stand out. Providing quotes is a great way to break your content into different parts. Centralize the quotes, and make them visible to your readers that it is a quote.
Use bullet points. The use of bullet points provides white spaces in your content. Bold the first sentence to make your main message of the bullet point stand out and scannable.
Surround your detailed examples or case studies that are part of your content with a box. You can provide detailed examples to illustrate how you perform certain tasks. Surround the examples with a box will separate it from the rest of the content.
Use short paragraphs. Short paragraphs are easy to read.
Evoke Emotions in Your Content
Emotion is one of the Share Trigger, according to the research by Dr. Jonah Berger. Content with emotions tends to generate lots of shares. Such emotions include awe, wonder, anxiety, sadness, and humor.
This content went viral in social media, gathering more than 2,000 interactions in Facebook.
Needless to say, my traffic skyrocketed. I even started to have people following my Facebook profile and adding me as friends.
According to one of the comments made by my wife's best friend:
This shows the type of emotions my dedication to my wife evokes.
So how can you apply to your content? Here are 2 quick tips:
Have a positive message in your content. People tend to share things that make them feel good. Do you have something positive in your content that make people feels good? One excellent example of a positive message is kindness in humanity. Coca-Cola released a video in 2014 delivering cokes to construction workers in Singapore. Although this is a marketing propaganda by Coca-Cola, it has successfully gathered more than 500K views on YouTube.
Insanely useful content. Another way to use emotion in your content is to provide something that is practically useful. Providing insanely useful content will make your readers awe when they read it. This article is an example of using this principle. For most B2B businesses, the easiest emotions to create is awe.
Note that depending on your industry, emotions might not be relevant. Thus, please do not try to force emotion out of your content.
Isolate certain quotes that you want your reader to remember
Despite your efforts, there is a high chance that your reader might not remember everything. For every sub-topic, write one tweetable quote (i.e. less than 140 characters) that you want your reader to take away from.
You can use the click-to-tweet button at the end of every sub-topic to encourage your reader to tweet your content.
Step 1: Sign up for an account with clicktotweet.com
Sign up for an account with clicktotweet using your Twitter account.
Step 2: Create a tweet using the message box
Create a new tweet
Step 3: Customize your tweet button
Click To Tweet will generate a tracking link to tweet the article based on your message. You can try adding a button, or a simple call-to-action asking your reader to tweet your article.
Not every quote has to come from you. You can also use quotes from others, as long as it is relevant. This way, you are also giving credit to them.
Maximize your reader-focused ratio
Your content should focus on your readers, and not about you. Unless you are using yourself or company as an example, you should not be even talking about yourself.
The problem with talking about yourself is that your readers do not care. Your readers only care about themselves, and how you can help them achieve their goals.
If your writing looks familiar to this, it is about time to change.
How can you do it? Use the reader-focused ratio.
The reader-focused ratio is the ratio of the words “You / Your” vs the word “I / We” in your writing.
Blog owners who provide actionable contents tend to have a higher reader-focused ratio, as follows:
To do this, do a search of “ you “, “ your “, “ I “, and “ we “, using command/ctrl + F. Notice the space before and after the word. This is to ensure part of the words do not show up in the search. Sum up the number in “ you “ and “ your “, and the number in “ I “ and “ we “. Then find the ratio between them.
You should aim to achieve the ratio of 3. If not, you will have to find the instances where you use “I” or “We”, and change it to the perspective of your audience.
A reader-centric copy will look something like this:
Notice that there are lots of “you” and “your”.
Now it's Your Turn
You have seen some of my favorite techniques to improve content quality.
Are you ready to use one of my favorite high-quality content creation technique from this post?
If so, I recommend downloading the FREE High-Quality Content Creation kit I made just for this blog post. It includes a PDF copy of this post, a summarized checklist, and templates to help you get started. I have also included 3 other techniques that I did not include in this post.
Click the image below to download the kit now!
One last note:
Have you implemented any of the above strategies before? I would appreciate if you could share your experiences below.
Thiam Hock is the co-founder of 3Pal Pte Ltd, a full-serviced inbound marketing agency based in Singapore. He believes in using inbound marketing to transform the Singapore's marketing landscape. In his free time, he blogs about marketing, personal development and finance.