How to Start Your SEO Content Marketing Strategy on the Right Foot

More and more, content marketing has been getting just the right amount of attention and its vast importance has been emphasized by search engine optimization professionals. Contracting freelance writers and instituting a blog, for instance, are just a couple of ways to create great content on your site. There are other strategies, some of them overlooked, which can also beef up your content marketing campaign.

As is the case with any SEO company, half the battle in content marketing is targeting the right keywords. Google provides a free keyword tool through which you can look up the keyword you want to use and check out its competitiveness and effectiveness.

When the keyword tool lists the keywords you wish to target, you may want to look at top keyword, which has the most query volume. However, this technique may not be worth your time, as there is a lot of competition around the top keyword and it may take a long time to see the desired results. Instead, look for low-traffic, long-tail keywords. Also make sure, when looking up keywords, that you select “Exact” in the Google match type option, as SEO tends to require exact matches for keywords.

Another keyword trick you can use to create your content marketing campaign is to use Google’s Autocomplete. Look up common keywords by beginning to type your keyword in the Google search field. A list of other keyword options will drop down, giving you an insight at what other users commonly search for.

Before you start your content marketing ventures, you need ideas to write about. You can find ideas in lots of different ways, not excluding social media. Listen to conversations on all the main social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, and see if you can mine some relevant content out of these conversations. You can also use social listening platforms to better filter out irrelevant conversations, such as Socialmention.com.

Another fun way to distribute content is by live blogging for events. Live blogging a special event while also involving yourself in lively discussions as its happening is a great method of getting yourself out there. You can also use live blogging tools such as TopRank Marketing to assist your ventures. Be sure the events you’re blogging about are relevant to your industry. After all, none of your customers are going to care if you’re live blogging a bowling competition if you’re creating content for a gardening website.

Contact experts in your industry and see if you can get interview from them, which will be published on your website or blog. Experts will likely reply in the positive, as interviews tend to be mutually beneficial, especially if the expert has a book to promote. You can also do a live interview with Google+ Hangouts or Skype.

These are just a few ways of creating great content out of your own resources. Creating content involves a lot of time, patience and creativity, and if you use your creative juices enough, you may just find your own innovative ways to get your good name out there.

 

About the guest author: Carolyn Johnson is a staff writer for Sticky Web Media, a Los Angeles SEO and web marketing firm.

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Five Rules Of Mobile Marketing To Live By

Billions of consumers subscribe to mobile service plans, giving marketers a full playing field for cultivating new customers. When done right, this venue of advertising can reap amazing rewards for your business. Follow these five rules and you are well on your way to mobile marketing success.

1. Focus on the size of their screens. Mobile devices are designed to fit into pockets and disappear into purses; keep this in mind when creating any messages. Something that looks killer on a laptop screen may lose all of its appeal and even readability on the small screens. Gear your efforts to the final outcome on a mobile device and always test the message by sending it to yourself first. If it doesn’t say “wow” from that little screen, go back to the drawing board.

2. Make something happen. Use tools and tactics that encourage people to interact with your messages via their mobile devices. Just giving them something to look at is okay, but convincing them to reply or connect somehow really turns them into a potential customer and more. Get them interested in your business and give them reason to look forward to your messages.

3. Produce highly effective and efficient apps. Anything that simplifies the process and makes communication between you and customers quicker and easier means more for your bottom line. Be cutting edge with your apps and not cutesy; make the effort matter both on your end and theirs.

4. Be brief and to the point in your texts. Keeping it short and sweet means people are more likely to see the message in its entirety and all in one glance. If they are multi-tasking or something distracts them, they’ve still seen what you wanted to tell them. They will also respect you more for not attempting to sweet talk them, waste their time or ramble on about details that are not necessarily pertinent to the content.

5. Stick to quick-loading content. If you have ever sat there waiting for a page to load, you know how discouraging it can be; don’t do this to your mobile customers. They are on the move, probably busy and very likely to unsubscribe from your email list if it takes forever for your messages to display.

You are in business to accumulate customers and few things can get them faster for your than mobile marketing done right. Follow these guidelines and you will definitely be enhancing your customer base and boosting your bottom line.

 

About the guest author: Trish Bellavie enjoys writing about iphone jailbreak tips and other related hot and trending tech topics.

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Tips for Developing Good Blog Topics

It is true that the best tip to develop good blog topics is writing about what you want. However with so many options and ideas coming in, it is difficult to determine the best topic for you.

So to help you, here are some tips in developing good blog topics:

1. List down all the topics that pop into your head.

Taking note of topics by impulse will enumerate the things you are actually interested in. Why?

First, you have an unspoken bias to whatever you will list down. Your impulse tells you that these are your most pressing concerns and your blog is a good way to let them all out.

Second, your subconscious tells you what your mind can develop later. It is similar to focusing on what you can do than what you cannot, because starting on negative thoughts will bring you nowhere. Of course, later on you will discover that there are topics you just cannot develop, but now is not the time for that. You would need to find out first where you can start.

2. Prioritize.

At this stage, you need to ask yourself how interested you are in each of the topics in your list. Remember that your passion equates to your energy level in writing. By prioritizing, you can discover the topic that you are most confident with, and assess the resources you have to develop it more.

3. Evaluate the topic that tops your list.

Obviously, the topic that emerges first is very likely to be the one you are most interested in and most confident about. Now, this is the time to think of all the factors that can affect you in writing this topic.

a. Is the selected topic already specific?

A topic that is too broad will surely result in ambiguity. So to avoid confusing your readers, choose a pivotal point for your topic. However, be careful in being too specific for it may limit your audience and your article.

b. How popular is this topic?

It counts that since you are interested in it, there are other people who are as well. Make sure that this topic is something that your readers will like and will want to share with other people.

c. Is there a future for this topic?

It is true that what is popular now may not be popular later. However, you need to make sure that your topic offers an insight that is timeless.

For instance, if you have talked about iPhone 4 now, aware that a new iPhone will be introduced within the year, you can have your article revolve around how the iPhone 4 stood up among all other smart phones in the market during its time, or how it has changed your mobile experience personally.

4. Be consistent with your niche.

The topic you selected may not be completely similar with your blog’s theme. However, try to establish a connection with every blog topic that you have so you can create your own trademark or branding.

Which topic did you end up with? Tell us! Just post it as a comment below.

 

About the guest author: Todd Mumford is the Co-Founder and CEO of SEO Visions – a professional SEO Vancouver Company that provides Online Marketing Solutions for different types of business.

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Top SEO Tools on SheerSEO

Search engine optimization has exponentially bloomed in these last few years. People world over have realized the importance of not just having a website but also optimizing it to be found via major search engines. The sheer amount of changes and competition in this field is overwhelming, but for those with the right eye for a good deal; it’s easy to spot the good SEO companies and the bad ones. One such great company would be SheerSEO which is a company having tons of brilliant features and services to offer at a reasonable price. Let’s have a look at a few critical features:

Position or rank tracker

This tool will let you know where you stand in popularity for a certain search term. Details include search volume for the term, historical data of that term, estimated clicks your site may get, and changes since the previous time the tool was used. This handy rank tracker gives you the data required to know how you have fared in your site’s optimization as well as the goal you need to reach.

Inbound link analyzer

Inbound links or links coming to your website trough other relevant websites add the most punch for SEO to your site. This tool will show you the page rank of the inbound link, the text used in the link, the ability to be used to increase optimization and most importantly the boost in rankings you get from each and every link. For example, consider the scenario if you have an inbound link coming from an authority site with a theme and content related to or relevant to that of your own site, in which the link has text containing keywords helpful to your site. This scenario will tremendously boost page rank for any site.

Directory submissions

Submitting helpful and useful keyword rich articles in directories further helps the SEO in your own site. A major problem faced by many world over is the sheer large number of directories out there. Submitting a single article to several directories would take an ample amount of valuable time. The tool provided will not only eliminate this hassle but also make life a lot easier for those who need to submit several articles on a daily basis. With a preexisting buffet of the best SEO friendly directories sorted in a neat list you will not be required to flex many muscles. You simply need to choose a directory from the extensive list then chose a category and put on a few finishing touches here and there. Your article will be ready to be submitted to various all the selected directories simultaneously with a click of the mouse. Furthermore the tool given by SheerSEO will remember your choices and details to be filled into the various forms which you would have to submit manually if you opted for the normal directory submission method.

In a world ruled by the internet and where a bad website can make or break ones business it is comforting to know that there are companies like SheerSEO to help everyone along with all of their optimizing needs.

 

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What Are Social Indicators In SEO?

Social indicators are basically a measure of the number of friends you have, how often they listen to what you have to say, and how frequently they share your view with others. In real life, these can be difficult indicators to measure but search engines rely on elements like Google +1 votes, Facebook shares, and social votes to help them determine how much authority you carry and how popular your website is. This makes social indicators extremely important in your SEO campaigns.

The Big Social Sites

Consider the big social sites but, in doing so, bear in mind that Google has said it is unable to crawl through Facebook page content and this may be the case with other social networking and social sharing sites. Essentially, you should avoid the temptation to put all of your eggs in one basket. Other big sites include the likes of Twitter, YouTube, and, more recently, Pinterest.

Recognition And Action

Big social sites can prove invaluable because more people are aware of them and have the necessary accounts with them. Small, niche social sites still have their benefits but it is the big sites that attract the most attention from users. When a reader views your content and sees your sharing buttons, you want them to recognise one of the options and click them. This is what Facebook Share and Google +1 buttons can do for you because they are so widely recognised and heavily used.

Social Indicators As SEO Links

One of the big ways in which social can help your search campaign is through the building of links. Certain social sites allow text links and readers that love your content will be more inclined to share your links with others. If your content is shared then the original location of that content should be attributed; this means that you can gain excellent exposure with some decent social exposure.

More Search Results

The front page of the search engines is more than a simple list of the 10 most relevant and best quality pages. Search for any term and you will be presented with a variety of different result types. You may see news results, video results, images, shopping snippets, Local pages, links to blogs, and even links to scholarly articles and books on the topic you search for. When your website or brand is being shared on various different networks and social sites you may find that it is featured on the front page of search results in various formats and positions.

Reputation Management

Reputations are fragile and you should attempt to keep some measure of control over your own reputation as well as that of your business, your website, your products, and your services. A good social media profile can help you to control what is being said about you. Offering quality information and networking with your targeted market means that your reputation will grow and it should be a positive one.

Social Media Marketing And Your Website

Social media websites and social networks attract different groups of people. By implementing an effective social media marketing campaign it is possible to attract a whole new demographic of user and further enhance the performance of your website. Social media marketing can take time but, ultimately, it will prove a valuable and beneficial addition to your site’s marketing campaign.

 

About the guest author: SEOOutsourcingCompany.co.uk offers a wide range of effective, competitively priced, and efficient SEO outsourcing services and social media marketing products.

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Google’s Voice Assistant vs Siri – how do they compare?

Google’s Voice Assistant vs Siri – how do they compare?

Apple’s AI driven personal assistant, Siri wowed us all last year with its amazing ability to respond to spoken commands… most of the time. But now things have moved on.

One of the highlight of this year’s Google annual meeting was the chance to finally get hands on with its new voice “Assistant” and pit it against Siri. And it seemed to do well, beating Siri both on recognition rates and correct response to queries. Commentators have not been shy in suggesting that Google have already pulled back Apple’s early lead and eclipsed Siri.

The question here is whether we are comparing like with like, so let’s take a look at the competitors individually.

Apple’s Siri:
Siri is the product of what has been nearly a decade long project, spinning off the DARPA Calo project, which had been intending to investigate ways to combine disparate AI projects into a single useful virtual assistant. While it’s often described as a voice recognition system, this only represents a small (but important) part of its functionality. It’s designed as an evolving and responsive program that learns how best to respond to its users needs.

It’s not stretching things to describe the technology and research that Siri represents as entirely unprecedented, and as such its functionality, in entirety will be very difficult for Google to reproduce, but this does not mean that it will be impossible to surpass for a specific application, at least in the long term.

Google’s Voice:
All signs point towards Google’s offering being much more straightforward, combining cutting edge voice recognition, drawing on very similar search resources to those currently used by Siri. But it lacks the capacity to evolve beyond this, and “learn” about its users both individually and collectively, in the same way that Siri can.

As pointed out recently, by Search Engine Land, Google’s assistant performs well at single enquiries, but is unable to interact further with the user, asking follow up questions, anticipating problems, or noting schedule conflicts. It’s possible that some of this functionality can be added manually, but this will involve attempting to mimic what Siri can or will learn to do naturally.

Of course for the average user what matters is how well the system performs, not what is happening under the hood, and if Google can match Siri’s functionality, they can keep their customers happy and buy themselves some breathing room.

But ultimately this is a false comparison, it’s like comparing an electrical water pump, with a hand pump and its operator, one of them may be the clear victor when it comes to moving water, but sadly limited in comparison to its human competitor in all other fields.

The technology that Siri represents has almost terrifying potential to transform the society in which we live in, especially when it comes to the digital world, so it would be a mistake to write it off just because it has stumbled in comparison to a fundamentally dissimilar product.

Siri is just getting started, and she has a long way yet to go, but masses of potential supporting her.

 

About the guest author: Janice Lincoln is a freelance technology writer who knows that keeping expensive equipment safe is important; don’t forget to pick up your kindle fire case or ipad 3 case.

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Using SEO in Your Business Blog to Bring the Best Results

Before you start a blog for your own small business, you should be aware of ways that your blog can garner a wider reading audience. We’re not just talking about writing great, well-written content every week; you can also use search engine optimization to optimize your blog posts and bring the maximum amount of traffic possible. Here are several tips to guide you into optimizing your blogs properly.

Firstly, you should know that each blog post should be optimized on its own, just like a web page. Even if you have twenty blog posts on a single page, each blog post should be optimized with SEO as if it were its own page. With that in mind, each blog should be optimized for search engines.

Here are several more nitty-gritty tips in effectively adding SEO to your blogs:

For one, it’s ideal for each blog post to be optimized around a single keyword. This keyword should also be in your title. In the case of anchor text, anywhere from one to three anchor texts are ideal within the blog posts. These links should be natural and link to internal pages in your website. These types of links are among the most important factors in your search engine rank.

Whatever you do, don’t stuff your blog entries with as many keywords as possible. Readers and Googlebots alike will see straight through your intentions. Readers will be turned off by the apparent self-promotion, and Google crawlers will penalize your for keyword stuffing.

Using tags and subheads containing your keyword also helps. Googlebots will create an index of your pages using your tags, so it’s important to make sure they’re correct. Social bookmarkers will make it even easier for tagging your blog entry. Also, if readers like your post, the social bookmarkers will enable them to share it with other users.

Each blog should fit in one clearly definable category, and this category should be of at least some level of interest to your audience. The category in particular should also be keyword-related, making your blog posts exceedingly more search engine-friendly.

Use a signature that also contains an internal-page keyword. To emphasize certain keywords, use italics or bold. With all keywords and links you put in your blogs, you must remember to make them natural and organic. In your signature, you can even include a brief call to action, such as “Check out [Keyword Here] and join the conversation.”

Ping the directories and make sure to include tags with your relevant keyword. There are many blog directories, and a ping per blog entry lets the community know that you’ve updated you blog. Depending on the web design platform you use, such as WordPress, a ping may automatically be sent to the blog directories of your choosing. Ping-o-matic is a service that also allows you to ping for free.

Optimizing each blog entry with SEO techniques will help infinitely in bringing much more traffic to your site. For additional help or assistance, contact an SEO company.

 

About the guest author: Carolyn Johnson is a staff writer for Sticky Web Media, a Los Angeles SEO and web marketing firm.

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Why Apple’s Power Cords Keep Breaking

For years Apple products have given us some of the most beautifully designed gadgets on the market.  The usability of its iPhone and iPad, its Macbooks and just about any other computing device with the little Apple symbol on it are second to none.  Apple has led the way in mobile device ergonomics and it looks like the long standing debate over their marriage between hardware and operating system is about to be settled as Microsoft is beginning to go down this path as well.  With all of this innovation and world class design, why is Apple seemingly unable to create an iPhone power cord that actually works like a reliable power cord should without promptly falling apart after purchase or always feeling like it connects to your computer like a cheap Asian knock off device?

Apple released a new design for its power adapter this year with the new version of the MacBook Air.  Apple’s power adapter, smartly called the MagSafe, is now slimmer, cuter, and not compatible with old versions of the MagSafe power adapter.  I guess Apple thinks that the new one is so great looking, why would anyone want to have to be burdened with that old beast of a power cord they had to put up with on the earlier MacBooks.  Of course, this means that if you still want to use your old MagSafe cord, you are going to have to by a new adapter for the new laptops.

It must be primarily for the looks that Apple assumes we will rush out to purchase these adapters, because it is not due to its functionality.  The T shaped design is a great design feature, and looks interesting and intelligent and creative – all the things that Apple and Apple users want to be associated with.  But the problem is that it does not really work.

The idea for the MagSafe power adapter is great.  It’s a great Apple styled power adapter that looks like it belongs to the upscale Apple line of products – not just another old power cord.  And it is connected through a magnet in the end of the connector that connects to the power input on the side of the MacBook Air.  This is a great design feature because it uses magnetism to hold the cord in instead of a gripping mechanism like other power cords.  This allows the end of the cord to look sharp, minimalistic and geometrically pleasing.  But the magnet just is not strong enough to hold it in place.  It is constantly falling out.

As David Pogue from the New York Times states that the magnet is so week it “falls out when you brush it…if you tip the laptop slightly…if you look at it funny.”

The new T shaped design does not help this issue, but makes it worse.  Because of its unnatural protrudance from the side of the laptop, unlike the older L shaped adapters that caused the cord to run parallel to the side of the laptop, the cord sticks straight out and does not allow it to be placed alongside your knee or too close to a wall.  It has to be in a place that is exposed to possible passing traffic or moving limbs, and almost encourages someone to knock it out of place.

Beyond the poor design decisions of the new MagSafe connector, why does Apple have such a poor history with the functionality of their power cords?  Some suggest it is designed obsolescence.  Since 2007, users in the United States have paid more than four billion dollars in iPhone repairs alone.  The answer may not be so conspiratorial, though.  It may just be that Apple spends so much time making a cool looking design, they forget about some of the more practical engineering constraints.

 

About the guest author: Jason Phillips shared this post. He has been writing articles power cord reel across the web and is hoping to share his enthusiasm and knowledge on this subject. Apart from that, He is interested in cooking and cooks food for his family whenever free.

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Facebook Camera App – How does it help in Sharing Photos?

To keep its users glued, Facebook always comes up with ideas that are innovative and catchy. The new camera app from Facebook is definitely an example of that. Sharing photos in Facebook is now as easy as you can think – thanks to this app. First things first, this app is not a challenger to the other two supreme camera apps – Hipstamatic and Instagram (Facebook actually bought Instagram for a whopping $1 billion a few months back). Rather, this new Facebook camera app is kind of a complement to these two.

Before we get into the details of this new camera app from Facebook, let me tell you something, it is absolutely free to use (So, you don’t need to search through Google frantically and find some discount coupons). That’s definitely good news. However, the bad part is that the app is only available for Apple devices, not tablet computers or Android enabled devices (At least, till now, it is not, in future updates, I hope Facebook developers will take care of it).

Let us get into some details now:

  • The app will show you a collaborative feed of all the photos shared by your friends. You can filter the pictures to be displayed in this feed as well as change the color, contrast (The background color and contrast of the feed) and other attributes. If you are looking forward to use it with swipes or intuitive tapes, things can be very easy for you.
  • On the app feed itself, if you tap on a particular picture, you will see a larger version of the same (Similar to the photo viewing functionality of Facebook itself, however, the image size will be optimized for your phone screen). You can like a photo or comment on the same by taping over it. If you change your mind, just swipe away the comment box and you can look into other pictures.
  • There is a bar in the app, through which, you can easily see the images you have stored in your phone’s library. Now, you can swipe it down and share it on Facebook easily. If you intend to take an image and share it on Facebook immediately, just tap on the camera icon present in the app.
  • Well, the application lacks the amazing photo-adjustment capabilities or film-like options of other reigning apps. But, it has actually got some editing options which are better than what we have in Facebook. There are 14 filters on total and you can crop an image to any dimension possible. You can also straighten the image to some level before posting it on Facebook. Posting multiple photos using this app is actually easier than it is on the Facebook’s actual website.
  • The best part for me is the ease to use. Though it lacks the advanced image editing controls, a regular Facebook user generally does not need the same before sharing an image on Facebook (At least, I don’t edit images thoroughly before posting them on Facebook, it’s a social networking site after all, things should be more natural).
  • With the previous version, you could not create an album through this camera app. To do that, you would have to log in to the main site of Facebook. This was kind of a letdown for me. The app is so easy to use that people would hardly use the main site for uploading pictures (Unless you have all those gorgeous pictures that you saved, received, captured or bought from sites like Mixbook, Snapfish etc. stored in your desktop or laptop only) anymore. However, going back and forth from main site to the camera app for creating an album and then uploading pictures would certainly not create a good user experience. Thanks to the latest update, this is solved now and you can create albums right from the app. The other major change done during the update was introduction of news tab with all photo related notifications. This definitely sounds a cool feature to me.

Overall, the app deserves a thumbs app, mainly for being so simple. I am sure Facebook will bring lot more changes to this app, therefore, making it more desirable to potential users. What do you think?

 

About the guest author: Costea Lestoc, an internet marketer by profession, often reviews different apps, websites and wordpress themes in his blog. He has written a Snapfish review on his blog. He publishes latest mixbook code to save on photo books on his blog as well. If you have anything to share on the Facebook camera app, please do so using the comment feature available below. That will only enhance the quality of this article and people will get to see some real user views as well, apart from what Costea shared over here.

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Tips for Better Banner Ads

Banner advertisements are form of ads on the World Wide Web through an ad server. Ads that generate higher sales and are successful are aplenty on the internet. These ads from essential marketing tips and suggestions can increase viewership. In this article, we would discuss the 10 tips for making better banner ads.

Shorter text

The use of shorter text would allow a stronger response from higher call to action. The use of shorter text is recommended as then the ad would gain on more prospective customers and leads generation. Thus the click-through-rate effectively depends on shorter text. Most important is the fact that the ad should be able to attract more customers easily and without much hassles.

Legible fonts

As the area for banner ads are small these ads should be using legible text. A prospective lead would be able to read the message while customer may not be able to act from the ad unless carrying a good font. Therefore necessity of the font size and type essentially Verdana and Arial are likely to attract more customers.

Updations

Since the websites change frequently in their content and probably design it is important that the banners be updated. Most of the relevant files should be updated with the banner ads whenever a change is expected and so there is necessity of these updations to be more continuous.

Exclamation marks

Ad banners that are using exclamation marks tend to fail most of the times with the customer. Multiple exclamation marks increase the likelihood of the user or customer to not click ad. A full stop or question mark is that much better.

Include interactivity

By allowing the banner ad to include surveys, questions or poll invitations there could be more responses and click through rates from customers. Simple and complex banner ads are both possible to be having similar designs while also including interactivity (polls, surveys).

Color palette

By using a distinguishing and relevant pattern of colors the ad banner could be sufficiently interactive with customers. Depending upon the ad designs, graphics, width and styling to the ad an important addition to the colors palette of the ad is designed with these aspects.

Lighter ads

For a banner ad to be successful it should get straight to point. The ad should include straight aspects of the theme and cannot waiver or redirect customers to other links. The banner ad should be manageable and not more than few kbs.

Branding

The branding of the banner ad is essential to be within the message of the ad. With the banner ad having the branding clear or clarified with the customers or audience is easily a big benefit. Customers click through rate for the ads would be that much better and higher in number with the help of banner ads including brand message.

Be specific

With the branding and inclusion of colors apart the ads must also be specific and to the point. These banner ads must definitely be specifying the nature and type of ad message and ad content should be able to reflect this overall. Banner ads providing a correct and short message that is specific is that much more relevant for the brand or service.

Multiple banner ads

Banner ads must include overall numerous ads. Including these banner ads in a multiple design set and launching ads simultaneously increases ad visibility and click through rate. This is a good and easy method for creating better ads for reaching out to targeted audience.

Conclusion

The suggestions for successful banner ads rely more on product features and message communication in the ad. In this article, we have discussed 10 tips for better banner ads. Readers of the article are invited to submit their comments and views.

 

About the guest author: Ajeet Yadav is a seasoned Technical Writer with XhtmlJunction. He specializes in Social Media, Content Management and SEO is what he deals with, while sharing information and insights on PHP-based CMSs like WordPress and Joomla. XhtmlJunction is known for providing effective PSD to HTML Conversion transformation at reasonable prices.

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