Today is another day of Content Marketing Unlocked. I’m going to be breaking out all the different media outlets you can be using to generate more traffic.
In today’s Internet world, social marketing sites have become more and more popular. These social networking sites allow people to connect through words, pictures, sounds and even videos. People can connect anytime and anywhere. Pinterest is a major player in social media with over 322 million users and they have caught the attention of marketers. It is a social-sharing photo website allowing you to “Pin” images to virtual pin boards in order to get your pins noticed and share them with your followers. Users organize, share and store pictures uploaded. Currently, Pinterest is popular among consumer marketers, but should B2B marketers use the platform in their social media strategies?
Pinterest has the power to generate more traffic than the combined traffic from LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+. This is where the plugin comes to your help. It can pin images automatically from your post to your Pinterest profile. Simply install and leave your account as it will take care of all the pinning jobs for you.
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Here are the Key Features of Pinterest Automatic Pin Plugin
- Pin endless number of images
- Automatic Image detection
- Auto-detection of boards
- Queuing System
- Auto-link pins to the post
- WooCommerce Integration
- Pin bots posts
- Supports custom field images
- Detect images that can pin from front end
- Bulk Pin
- Set default pin board and pin text
- Pin full-size images
- Set specific category to Pinterest board
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Today, we’re going to be breaking down content promotion. Just in the last lesson, I ended up breaking down how to create content. And now that you’ve created content, it’s time to promote it so that way you can get some traffic and of course generate those sales.
Welcome to another day of “eCommerce Unlocked” Today, we’re going to be breaking down SEO and content production. This is going to be a really fun exercise because there’s multiple ways of doing content production for eCommerce, and I’m going to be going over all of them.
Neil Patel and Eric Siu decided to help get your business ready for the changes in 2020 by going live with the next series of Marketing School podcast episodes. Join us in today’s recording session. We’ll discuss topics like the hottest trends in Marketing, actionable strategies and tactics around SEO and advertising, and ultimately, how to thrive in 2020. Join Neil Patel and Eric Siu for this round of Marketing School Q+A. These episodes are recorded live and you get to listen in, we’ll be answering comments in between episodes. Make sure to leave all your business and marketing questions in the comments below so you can join our conversation!
Today is another day in eCommerce Unlocked. Today we’re going to be breaking down marketing channels. I want you to keep one thing in mind as we go over today’s lesson. This course is what I would do to market my own eCommerce business if I owned one.
So today we’re going to be going over building amazing customer experience because if people have amazing customer experience with you and you truly knock their socks off, they’re not only going to keep coming back and buying from you, but they’re going to tell their friends about you, other companies about you, and this is what makes big companies in both the B2C and B2B space.
Today I’m going to teach you how to supercharge your content marketing by learning from your competition. There’s over a billion blogs on the web, that’s so many, that’s roughly one for every seven people. There’s so many people who are already doing what you’re trying to do with content marketing, you can learn from them. So why not take their concepts of what’s working for them, put it on the table so you can learn from it.