Keyword Research Tools
The main difference between Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) is that traffic coming from SEO (organic) is free while traffic generated from PPC is not free (as the name implies you have to pay a cost per click). This is also the reason why you may sometimes see the terms organic… Continue reading What Is The Difference Between SEO and PPC?
Here at Volume Nine, we try out best to live healthily (though we all enjoy the occasional pizza lunch). So when Vitamin World – a wellness and nutritional supplement company – approached us to boost their website traffic through social media content amplification, we jumped at the opportunity. The Goals The three goals that aligned… Continue reading How to Increase Blog Traffic with Facebook and Instagram
It’s 2017; millennials are now the highest-spending generation. Travel organizations need to capture this group’s attention in order to capture their business. And while blindly arriving at a destination and winging it used to be the norm, Millennials are interested in authentic travel experiences; ones that typically require some research and digging. So being able… Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost Travel Marketing with Content
Writing and promoting blog posts is an essential part of any inbound marketing strategy. Without content, you won’t attract visits from search. And without promoting, you won’t gain the traction you need for your post to shine. But how do you promote the content after all? How do you determine the messaging to use for… Continue reading How to Choose the Right Hashtags When Promoting Blog Content
Performing competitor keyword research is one of the best ways to boost your search optimization game. If you can figure out your competitor’s keywords, you can use that insight to guide your own SEO strategy and potentially gain a competitive edge in the search results. What is Competitor Keyword Research? When we talk about a… Continue reading How to Find Competitors’ Keywords?
There are countless KPIs to measure when determining content marketing success. Social shares, traffic, time on page, and conversion assistance all play a part in figuring out whether your content strategy is working.