20 May 2019

Writers Are Spending More Time Writing Less Content – Content Writing

Content is the king, they say which has made content writing an important task in every company with a virtual presence on the internet. But, things are not the same as before. In a recent survey, it has been found out that more writers spend more time writing less content. As bloggers and content marketers, it is expected of the writer to provide content which is more useful and valuable, that too in the written form. Not to mention the decline of attention span each individual has while reading an article, writers now are improvising to get more attention. The survey that had inputs from around 1,377 bloggers has some very interesting results and insights to look into. Given below are some of the best takeaways from the survey of 2017.

  1. More Writing, Less Publishing:
    The survey found out that bloggers are now opting to spend more time writing quality content than just anything. The work hours being the same, this means that now less number of articles and blog posts get published. An average blog post requires 3 hours and 20 minutes of time to be complete. It includes brainstorming on topics, gathering facts, data, research and then piecing it all together. But 49% of the bloggers believe that spending time in creating such content has a boost and is impactful.
  2. Quality And Media:
    The results imply that more number of bloggers now prefer using editors. Before, when the bloggers sent the post for editing to a mediator, the time required for publishing a post was longer. Bloggers then began taking it on themselves by editing their own content. However, this can increase the risk of overlooking and typos. External editors ensure that these mistakes are taken care of and the number of bloggers who have started using it has increased drastically. Also, many of them are now using media like pictures and videos for a better understanding of the topic.
  3. Longer Posts:
    Writers are now spending more time writing longer posts. After all, the readers would want to read everything in the same place which is why bloggers now spend time writing posts that can give a one-stop solution to their readers. The average number of words that writers write these days is 1,142 words per post.
  4. Paid Promotions, Influencer And Content Marketing:
    With the decline in organic reach, more and more marketers now find paid promotions to be a better marketing tool than ever. This is mostly because the paid promotions on Facebook and Instagram actually tell you where the money has been spent with insights and analysis. It makes doing such promotion justifiable. Content sees more promotions than before and will do in another 4 years.
  5. Updating Old Post Works:
    Nobody wants to stumble upon a post that has outdated information. No matter how strong your SEO is if your content is not valuable to the reader, chances are that it won’t be read and the traffic will reduce. In the survey, 55% of the bloggers mentioned that they felt updating their previous posts has helped boost the visibility of their articles and the website.

With the growing market for digital marketing, it is clear that even blogs and written content are here to stay. Win Infosoft is a digital marketing agency that specializes in SEO, PPC, Web development, SMM and app development.

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23 Oct 2017

Track Your Local SEO and SEM

One of the most difficult things on the internet today is to track the results of your SEO efforts. Usually, people enable analytics code and leave it just as it is. But this gives a superficial data of an interaction between consumers and your website. The important part is that we need to know how many of the website visits were converted, which medium were they directed from. This can be a very tricky but not impossible. It can also be done faster without having to log into multiple accounts and then bring it together. Here are some simple pointers and tools to track your local SEO and SEM.

  1. Google Analytics:
    Google is potentially the most powerful tool for every website when you want to track your results. Sure other tools are available too but this one is free and is virtually present everywhere. Learning Google analytics in and out is where the trick lies, it is not just 3 graphs and lines indicating what is what. Learn the tool and make the best of it.
  2. Google search console:
    This is one tool that is easily overlooked but doing so can land you in problems. You can miss out on XML sitemaps, robot.txt verification, crawler reports etc. You will also miss some very important keyword click data. This tool can be used to detect penalties coming your way and other issues if they ever come up.
  3. Google Adwords:
    Adwords is why you need tracking in the first place because without it you won’t know where your next click comes from and just spend money. Analytics from the AdWords data can be very efficiently used to seeing whether your campaign needs changes or not.
  4. Google Tag Manager:
    An excellent tool to put the code in snippets for your site and do it all at once. It basically holds the list of snippets entered from you. It manages each one such that you don’t have to go back to each one of it to edit.
  5. UTM tracking URLs:
    This so that you know where your visitor comes from exactly. It tracks the UTM on the URL to get information on which medium the visitor was directed from. For it is also possible they came looking for a business card.
  6. Google My business:
    Another very important and helpful tool in giving you essential data on how tracking and results in work. It draws bridges between certain information to give you the best insights so that you make an informed decision.

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15 Sep 2017

An Amusing Week – Digital Marketing Trends In The Past Week

Every year, digital marketing trends are revised and compiled after 12 months of trending. This time, however, the past week in itself has seen changes in digital marketing statistics such that it is now changing the field and requires a serious change in our digital marketing plans. Here are some of the most surprising statistics in digital marketing that we saw past week.

  1. More than 50% of the British use Ad Blockers:
    From a survey of 2000 adults in the UK by Affilinet, more than half of the internet users use ad blocker while browsing. Also noted here was more men use it than women. Some of the reasons cited were that the ads were annoying, intrusive and irrelevant.
  2. 39% of teenage YouTube users say it has too many ads:
    This is a survey in the US where there are more YouTube users than Facebook. And only 11% of the teens thought that there are too many ads in Snapchat and Instagram. The age reference here taken was between 10 – 17 years old.
  3. Around 3.4 billion pounds is abandoned in the shopping basket.
    This was found from a survey by Barclays. It noted that because of jumping from mobile to desktop for making a purchase, British adults left around 3.5 billion pounds’ worth of items in their online shopping carts. This was because many felt there weren’t many delivery options and a good number thought the discount would be a good incentive.
  4. Mobile payments are on the rise.
    This survey focused on the number of internet users making online payments. It found that in the US 6% of the people made online payments in 2014 which tripled this year to 17%. A similar trend was seen in Spain, Italy, UK, and Sweden.
  5. Rise in Netflix users:
    Over 37% of internet users use Netflix and the company runs Majority of the market in comparison with Amazon prime. The only market where they run head to head is in Asia Pacific with almost the same number of users for both.
  6. 60% of digital publishers auto play their ads:
    Auto play is frowned upon by customers every time and is considered intrusive. However, this doesn’t stop many digital publishers to auto play their ads.
  7. Consumers are most annoyed by disruptive ads:
    A survey by Inskin Media has found that 28% of the respondents are annoyed by pop up ads, 26% are bothered by ads that are placed in the middle of the screen and at least 18% responded they don’t like ads that delay page loading.
  8. Brand activation revenues to reach $357bn in 2017:
    Revenues in content marketing, influencer marketing, and experiential marketing jumped up in 2016 which led to revenues from brand activation. It is therefore predicted that the brand activation revenues in 2017 would be $357bn.

Wininfosoft is a digital marketing agency that provides you with services in SEO, SMM, PPC , Website and app development along with keeping you updated with the latest news in the field.

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06 Sep 2017

10 APP DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN 2017

If you are someone who has just started out a venture, you might have considered rendering App development services. Today to have a successful business one must have an accessible app that helps their customers browse through the products. This importance was realized soon as more and more people started opting for apps instead of browsers. Which is why we compiled a list of 10 very important app development that’ll leave a mark in 2017.

  1. Small Businesses Can Boom:
    Small business owners will have a lot of online presence this year. With wanting to be available on every platform possible, the young entrepreneur looks for rapid app development tools and a community which makes the process smooth. The sales of apps are said to have a boost this year.
  2. Increased Online Security:
    With sales of products online and payment gateway portals almost everywhere, security has the be the most important aspect. Advanced encryption, HTTPS, and SSL will be crucial in ensuring they remain safe.
  3. The Trend of Instant Apps:
    Google has now made it possible to search for the desired app and play it without installing make this concept a rage amongst many. Instant apps have gorgeous interfaces to make the user experience the best, all you require is an android smartphone and internet connection.
  4. Augmented Reality:
    Smart apps with augmented reality give an all round user experience making it appealing to the masses. This is set to boost sales of the product due to its interaction and engagement of the crowds.
  5. The Process of Rapid Deployment:
    Businesses before have used HTML to suffice the need for singular tasks that do not have many features. But today the apps have the service of rapid deployment of extra features for project collaboration. When used, this can increase the performance and effectiveness of the businesses.
  6. Apple and Swift:
    Apple iOS mobile apps are made by Swift programming language which has found appeal with many programmers due to its high performance. This gives good competition to the conventional languages like Perl and Objective C-.
  7. Big Data and Mobile Apps:
    Experts see a rapid and important collaboration between mobile apps and big data. We know how big data and mining have helped store and access huge amounts of data for companies to be able to service and perform better.
  8. New Mobile Payments:
    Now you can not only pay using Debit, credit cards and PayPal but Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Samsung have come up with innovative ideas to make payment even better. Even though there are security concerns analysts have a lot of time this year to gauge whether these modes of payments really work.
  9. Cloud Interaction:
    With the great innovation of cloud storage, now apps would not require internal storage of phones to store data. Instead, they will be storing all that data online which is all set to be used this year. It includes browsing, messaging and smart apps too.
  10. AR & VR Will Show Some Magic:

    If you are a little aware of modern mobile app development trends, then Augmented Reality(AR) and Virtual Reality(VR) apps are nothing new to you. In 2016, AR & VR  have been revolutionary in gaming and entertainment industry. Games like Pokemon Go, iOnRoad, Sky Siege and myNav are bright examples of AR games whereas,  VR devices like Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard, and Oculus Rift are gaining popularity.

The year for mobile app development is full of new features, services, ease, and promises. With the use of artificial intelligence in store for the future, the coming few months are promising for every business alike.

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