Lately, the idea of the ‘side hustle’, a part-time hobby that can be monetized, has been taking off with enterprising and budding entrepreneurs. Those who enjoy a full-time but perhaps not emotionally or financially fulfilling 9-5 job are turning to online marketplaces like eBay or Etsy to sell their crafts. Similarly, those whose full-time gigs aren’t very challenging are taking on content writing and research in their spare time.
Knowing how users interact with your brand and how they feel about your business, in general, is critical to implementing changes to increase your customer lifetime value. Is there a specific feature they need, want, or hate? Does your logo throw them off? Is your customer service subpar? It’s easy to guesstimate how your users feel, but getting raw data from multiple sources is infinitely better.
Millennials are making waves. As a generation, they are redefining what a successful career is, with a focus on flexible and fulfilling work, and millennials are not afraid to make financial sacrifices in order to stay true to these values. With this in mind, combined with the fact that many millennial men and women are unable to find desirable jobs upon entering the workforce, it’s no surprise that entrepreneurship appeals to many millennials.
Over 132,297 marketing and SEO articles have been indexed in 2019 already!
With over 9,877,112 engagements total, we analyzed the most read, shared, and engaged with content of 2019.
Studies have shown that Google leans left, and these results, at first glance, appear to confirm those results. While this compilation comes from all browsers, it’s still interesting to note.
Do marketing agencies take on the personalities of their founders? In my experience with marketing agencies, I’ve noticed that an agency’s persona tends to echo the personality of the founder. When I began searching for confirmation of this observation, the internet failed me. There were no conclusive studies on this topic. So, I did the next best thing and went to the agencies, themselves. I interviewed 70 different agencies, and 66 out of the 70 confirmed my hypothesis. Whether it was an SEO agency, creative agency, web design agency, or full-funnel marketing agency – the answers were much the same:
Looking to start your 2019 business year right and increase your productivity levels? Then you’ve come to the right place. Being efficient in your work is one of the best ways to scale up, both in your personal and business life. In other words, if you truly want to get better at a subject or improve your business – you should be focusing on the quality of your work, and not the quantity. There are many different productivity techniques and ways to increase your efficiency, but at the end of the day, it’s all about your singular focus. Being able to channel your laser focus into one task at a time is one of the best ways to get more things done. And if you want to learn other ways to increase your efficiency in 2019 – be sure to read on.
So, what are the steps to efficiently bake into your content so that you can organically build an optimal amount of high-quality links?
We asked top industry experts what the best tried-and-true SaaS marketing tactics will work best in 2019 and gathered the results.
I interviewed 121 entrepreneurs to find out what the most loved marketing tools are for startups. And while I wasn’t surprised to see Slack, MailChimp, Instagram, or Ahrefs on the list, some of the tools mentioned or not-mentioned did surprise me.
When she was younger, Eleanor assumed she’d be living comfortably on a combination of her husband’s pension and social security when she was 75. Instead, she relies on the assistance programs, and the local food bank and Meals on Wheels program for meals. Eleanor has to budget every penny, and if it weren’t for help, she wouldn’t be able to cover the costs of medication, utilities, groceries, and housing. Her husband—who’s gone now—lost his job before he was fully vested in his pension, and her social security checks don’t cover her living expenses.