With inbound marketing ever growing in popularity (for good reason), you’ve probably noticed that more and more businesses and organisations are publishing content online to engage with their target audience. However, blogging isn’t limited to just brands.
A few days ago I was lucky enough to attend Brighton SEO, the largest SEO conference in the UK. This time a few thousand people attended, and the free tickets sold out in just 13 minutes. It’s not hard to see why- the quality of talks didn’t disappoint.
So, a couple of months ago I acquired the HubSpot Inbound Marketing Certification after deciding that it would be useful to learn a bit more about the concepts of inbound. If the world of inbound seems a bit foreign, or you just want to broaden your knowledge, you might be considering doing the same.
I’m pleased to say that my blog’s had a rebrand! While this blog was previously hosted on Blogger, I’ve now got my very own hosted site (and a pretty nice domain name) built on WordPress- looks a bit more professional, right?
Everyone gets writer’s block now and then, whether you’re an experienced blogger or just trying to write your first post. In terms of SEO, you also want to ensure that any content you write will actually be found and read by the right audience.