These days, most people carry their phones with them wherever they go, using them to browse the internet, shop, and communicate. This has caused a monumental shift in marketing, giving small businesses access to avenues that would usually only be open to larger corporations. One of these options is geofencing.
Links may still be the streets that get you from web page to web page, but in the past couple of years, the way that we use them has changed. At the end of 2017, Gary Illyes, one of the leading figures at Google told attendees at a search engine optimisation conference that publishing good quality content will still prompt Google to find it, even without the presence of any links.
This is a stark contrast to what was said a year earlier. In 2016, Illyes told another marketing conference that “ranking without links is really, really hard.” While this demonstrates just how much link building can change in 12 months, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t still be practising it.
We know that good copywriting can help you grow your business, but we also know it can be a challenge to craft a message that works wonders for your marketing. Every business wants to attract new customers, but many are foregoing some key copywriting skills, making it more difficult to get to where they need to be.
With that in mind, here are some tried and tested copywriting ‘secrets’ that are proven to give you results.