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Crafting a Reliable Content Development Strategy for Your Startup

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Each day, businesses generate and host massive volumes of new content designed to attract the interest of new clients. As a startup, carving your space in this saturated digital marketplace can appear intimidating on the surface. How can you best reach your intended audience?

Although many online marketers devote time to the latest tricks to boost SEO, there is no substitute for a time-honored, common senses content development strategy. Ultimately, effectively reaching your target audience requires the development of meaningful, actionable and valuable content which accurately highlights your products and services.

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Wayback Machine Project Slated to Archive Google+ Content Ahead of the Service’s Termination

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In late 2018, Google announced the pending termination of Google+ services after an internal audit unearthed a myriad of data privacy concerns, security risks and more. Based on this study, Google discovered that the service was no longer meeting users’ needs and set an April 2019 retirement date.

Despite this pending termination, startups hoping to preserve their Google+ are in luck. Volunteers working around the clock are currently archiving publicly posted content. Although much of the data will be auto-saved by this initiative, there are steps users can take to help ensure content is archived for posterity.

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Twitter’s Insights Tool Helps SMBs Maximize User Engagement

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Today’s consumers eagerly seek concise, engaging content when searching for products and services, interacting via social media or conducting other online activities. To reach users and keep their interest, it is critical to serve fresh content on a daily basis. But what time of day is best to deliver your content to help ensure it achieves maximum views and user engagement?

Twitter’s recently announced insights tool, Timing Is Everything, may have the answer. It helps small businesses time content delivery to reach the widest possible audience to boost engagement and start conversations with potential new clients.

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Why Startups Should Take a Cautious Approach to Decision-Making Based on Customer Feedback

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Timely, accurate and candid customer feedback is an invaluable resource for small businesses looking to continually improve products and enhance services to meet consumer demand. However, it is important to realize that not all input you may receive from customers is equally valuable. Chances are, if you are not directly soliciting feedback, you are only passively receiving phone calls, emails and online reviews from a significant minority of your clients. Making changes to your business strategies based on this small, but vocal, cross section can cause your startup to lose touch with a majority of your customers.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Brand Laser-Focused on Delivering High-Quality Site Content

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Investing your business’s precious advertising dollars into market research, link-building strategies, email solicitation campaigns and more can boost site traffic, but, alone, may not be sufficient to capture customer interest. Today’s consumers expect startups and SMBs (small to medium-sized businesses) to go beyond typical advertising tactics to deliver insightful, actionable and well-written site content.

Translating site traffic into a base of loyal, long-term clients in today’s increasingly competitive digital marketplace requires businesses to maintain focus on developing engaging content strategies.

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