Content marketing and social media marketing go hand-in-hand. One benefits the other, which is why it’s important to have the presence of both in your strategy. The phrase “content is king” has been used countless times across the internet, but it still rings true. As a content marketing manager, your primary responsibility is
Technology is becoming so much a part of our lives that it will now be a part of our bodies too – from navigation to tracking fitness, everything from cooking to music uses technology in some way. People carry mobile phones with them everywhere and use them to take and send pictures, videos, and to play music.
Thousands of everyday devices that we use constantly make use of electronic technology in order to operate. Many of us actually carry wearable technology in our pockets in the form of smartphone apps that measure our moments and tabulate the data to tell us what we should be doing extra to stay fit, or finish a task on time. There are many wearable devices in the market that help us track our fitness and keep a count on our calorie burn.
My name is Grace and I have now been working with SEO for 6 months. I have never had any academic training in the subject and I have had to learn on my feet.
I started working for a men’s accessory company in January 2017 with the promise of being taught on the job all things link building and SEO. The past 6 months have been eye-opening and fascinating and I’d like to share some of the experiences I have had.
One of the first things I was taught was outreach. Contacting people in the hopes of being allowed to create a guest post or collaborate together was tricky as a beginner as I wasn’t 100% sure about what to say in my initial emails and how short or long to make them.