7 Responses to Mobile Marketing Graphics: Link Buttons

  1. I like Your Article about Mobile Marketing Graphics: Link Buttons fan foundry Perfect just what I was searching for! .

  2. Saved as a favorite, I really like your blog!

  3. I am new to building websites and I was wanting to know if having your site title related to your content really that crucial? I see your title, “Mobile Marketing Graphics: Link Buttons fan foundry ” does seem to be spot on with what your website is about but yet, I prefer to keep my title less content descriptive and based more around site branding. Would you think this is a good idea or bad idea? Any kind of help would be greatly valued.

    • Ed says:

      Good question, Cheryl. Having your site title relate to your content is indeed a very good way to drive traffic. I see you titled your site “ChicogoTVRepair”. Excellent choice; it is quite likely one of the top search phrases a Chicagoan might use to find a TV repair service. So, there you go.

      As for my blog article title “Mobile Marketing Graphics: Link Buttons”, it obviously relates to the article’s content, but certainly not to all topics my blog covers nor to my blog’s title. The “Mobile Marketing…etc.” title is actually an example of a simple technique I use to drive traffic to my articles. I draft an article, then do a few key phrase searches to determine what terms and phrases might make the most suitable article title. I select from among the most suitable phrases and terms to make my articles more visible in Google and Bing search results.

      For an example of how I’ve been doing this, try typing a Google search for “Art virtual trade shows worth it?” Bingo, you’ll see one of my blog articles on page 1 of the search results, surrounded by other search results that obviously lead to virtual trade show software vendor sites. Guess which Google search result gets the most hits – the vendors, or my article? Mine.

      As for my blog’s title “Fan Foundry”, it is obviously not specific enough, and indeed I get a handful of erroneous home page hits from people searching for info on fans and foundries. I’m okay with that; I never intended to own the Web space related to fans or foundries, or marketing automation for that matter. What started out as strictly a hobby site dedicated to a phrase I coined has turned nicely into a revenue generator. Pure serendipity.

      I have also registered a few domain names based on phrases more closely related to my blog’s main theme, and redirected them to this blog.

  4. Ashley Olen says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I’m always looking for great resources to share with clients and my colleagues, and this article is definitely worth sharing!

    • EdA says:

      Glad you found it helpful, Ashey. Consider subscribing to this blog for more helpful updates, if it fits your busy day. Honestly, you’ll probably only see an update every week or so; we’re not that prolific. Cheers! ~Ed

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