Find out how to make easy a Hyperlink (Create Clickable Hyperlinks to three Steps)

Here you are, scratching your head and trying to figure out how to make a hyperlink. Maybe you want to link to authoritative content from your new blog. Or perhaps you need a quick reminder on how to make a clickable link in HTML. Either way, we have you covered. What Is a Hyperlink? Hyperlinks are clickable words or images that navigate to other web content. They can connect with almost any resource on the web. When clicked, they’ll either take you to a web address immediately or, for certain types of files, give you the option to open a document with an app (like Adobe Reader to open a PDF). Hyperlinks navigate to: Another web address (URL) Images Audio files Videos HTML files Text files or other documents (PDFs, for example) A location within the same webpage Let’s look at a couple methods for inserting hyperlinks. How To Make a Hyperlink Hyperlinks are fundamental to web navigation, and using them is second nature for most of us. They show up in blog posts, word documents, PDFs, and emails. Only when it’s time to embed a link in text do we give them any thought. There are two ways to embed hyperlinks: Using a visual editor Using HTML How Do I Make a Clickable Link in WordPress? Let’s look at how to embed a link in text using the visual editor on your website: Highlight the text you want to link. Click the Add Link icon within the text editing bar, or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+K. This opens a field where you’ll enter the location you want to create a link to. Enter the full address (including HTTPS) or existing file location you want the link to navigate to in the field, and press Enter. Now you have a hyperlinked text. How to insert links in images: Select the image by clicking on it. Now click the Add Link icon in the bar (or Ctrl+K) to open the field. Enter the location you want to link to (like our previous example). In this example, I’ve linked to a PDF document stored on my Google Drive. Readers can open or download the page using an app of their choice. The same process applies whether you’re editing a Post or a Page within WordPress. How to Make a Link Clickable in Email Here is how you create a hyperlink in Gmail: Highlight the text you want to link. Click on the Add Link icon in the text editing bar (or Ctrl+K). Paste or type the URL you want to link to in the field and click “OK.” Now you have your hyperlink. The process is similar in Microsoft Outlook and other email clients. How To Create a Hyperlink in Word To embed a link in text within a Microsoft Word document, start by highlighting the text. Then click Insert on the upper menu bar. Now click: Links → Link → Insert Link (a window will appear). You can then add a URL to the Address field or link to: Another document Another place on the same document Or an Email address How Do You Make a Clickable Link with HTML? When building a link in HTML, use the  and  elements to designate the beginning and end of the link. Designate the target you’re linking to by using the href attribute:   As an example, let’s say you wanted to create the following: Smart Blogger has a popular post about blogging. This is what the HTML code would look like in the WordPress text editor: For adding a hyperlink to an image, the basic snippet is: To learn more about adding hyperlinks to images using HTML, check out this post. Happy Hyperlinking Now you know how to make a hyperlink. Most of the time you won’t need HTML and can simply add a link by clicking the icon in the text editing toolbar. Whether you’re creating a hyperlink on a webpage to someone else’s blog or linking to a PDF or a podcast recording on your own site, now you have the information to create this fundamental element of web navigation. Have fun with your new superpower! ShareTweetPinShareEmail

Exactly is RSS? (& How RSS Feeds Work)

What is RSS? And what are RSS feeds (and how the heck do they work)? Whether you’re starting a blog or just love to consume content, it’s a good idea to understand why so many web users prefer this technology to get regular updates with the latest information from their favorite sites. In this post, we’ll take a look at the benefits of using RSS, how to get set up with an RSS feed reader, and some examples of readers you can begin using today. Ready? Let’s go. What is RSS? Before we get started, you’re probably asking, “what does RSS stand for?” Depending on who you ask, it’s an acronym for one of the following: Really Simple Syndication Rich Site Summary RDF Site Summary Whichever option you go with, they all represent the same process. So, what does RSS mean? Let’s take a closer look. RSS Meaning RSS Definition: RSS uses a simple text format that is easily read by computers (called XML) to efficiently share updates from websites, including summaries, links, podcasts, weather, news, and more. An application called a news aggregator then reads the XML file, organizing the web content into an easy-to-read format (typically a newsfeed). This feed is chronologically ordered, with new content at the top. As you can see in the example above, Feedly’s RSS feed reader app translates those text files into a human-friendly list of articles. What is an RSS Feed and How Does It Work? The RSS feed refers to a document on a website continuously updated with XML text files that represent the latest content published on a site. They contain meta-data (things like publish date, name of author, title, description, etc.), links to the original content, a summary, and sometimes full articles or podcasts. This document shares real-time updates that can be subscribed to and viewed via email or an RSS reader. At this point you’re probably asking, “That’s all good, but why bother?” After all, can’t we simply scroll through our Facebook newsfeed where we already follow many of the sites we enjoy? And doesn’t Google do a fine job of curating the latest news stories for us? Although many people share those sentiments, some still love RSS. Here’s why: Benefits of RSS Although less popular these days, RSS feeds continue to see use by many who want to stay abreast of the latest content from their favorite news sites, blogs, and podcasts. There are good reasons to use this technology in today’s sea of information. RSS allows you to subscribe to the latest content from each site without having to regularly revisit multiple websites one by one (via bookmarks, for example). You can simply visit your inbox or news reader to see all the latest content in one convenient location. This is especially handy when you consider all the sites you follow typically have different publishing schedules. But what about social media? After all, most blogs and podcasts share their content via Facebook or Twitter, right? It’s true that these are the preferred and seemingly most convenient ways to keep track of the latest content. But many people are increasingly choosing to limit their time on these platforms. And, because of the algorithms’ selective sharing of content, there’s a good possibility you’re going to miss a lot. The goods news is that RSS allows you to avoid getting hypnotized by an algorithm or being pulled into a political debate with Uncle Bob. Instead, you can create your own distraction-free news feed from only your favorite sites. You can also use RSS to email newsletter converters to share the personalized content from your favorite websites with your friends, customers, colleagues, etc. in case they wish to receive personalized curated content in their inboxes. Although you can choose to receive syndicated content in your inbox, with RSS you’re not required to provide your email to see updates. Let’s look at how RSS works. How to Use RSS Getting started is easy. You can use what’s called an RSS feed reader (also known as an RSS aggregator), or you can subscribe to feeds and receive updates directly to your inbox. RSS content can be subscribed to and read via apps or through browser extensions like this one from for Google Chrome: With this Chrome extension, it’s as simple as: Going to a site and clicking on the orange RSS button on your browser’s toolbar. Then click “+” to add the site to your list to begin receiving content updates. You can also search for the name of a site from within a feed reader app. I searched for the Tim Ferriss podcast from within Inoreader, and then it gave me the option to “Subscribe.” Each app presents a variety of different layouts and methods for organizing information. Don’t worry, they’re all fairly straightforward to figure out. At this point you may be wondering what some of your options are. Below is a list of popular RSS feed readers for you to explore. RSS Feed Reader Apps & Extensions 1. Google’s RSS Subscriptions Extension Google’s RSS Subscriptions Extension allows for simple and convenient RSS subscription with one click right from your browser’s toolbar. It can be integrated with web-based feed readers like Feeder, The Old Reader, and Feedly. 2. Feeder Advanced filters in Feeder allow you to block specific keywords and topics. Download their app or get the web browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. 3. The Old Reader If you want a hybrid social media/feed reader experience, use the “Find Friends” feature to see which of your Facebook or Google connections are also active on The Old Reader, and then comment on each others’ posts. 4. Feedly Train Feedly’s AI bot “Leo” to prioritize specific keywords, trends, and topics to show you only the most relevant and interesting content. 5. FeedReader FeedReader works with other web-based RSS accounts and integrates with apps like Instapaper and Pocket. You can also share articles to Telegram or listen to podcasts within the app. 6. Newsblur NewsBlur comes with plenty of features that make organizing your information pain-free, including full-text search, story tagging, and the ability to track changes made to articles over time. You can also share stories with friends on your own public “blurblog.” 7. Inoreader Inoreader allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds, blogs, Facebook pages, Twitter searches, email newsletters, and podcasts. Set up rules, monitor keywords, and set filters to control the flow of content into your newsfeed. 8. RSS Owl RSS Owl works across all devices and platforms. It comes with all the standard features like labels, notifications, saved searches, and filters. 9. Feedbro Feedbro allows you to follow your favorite social media sites and RSS feeds. Robust options include tagging, keyboard shortcuts, partial to full article conversion, and plenty of viewing modes to suit your preferences. Make RSS Work for You Although not as popular as they once were, many internet users still find RSS feeds valuable. In this post, we explained how a number of apps and extensions make it easy to follow RSS feeds. If you want more control over the content you consume, without the interference of algorithms or the dangers of distraction that come with social media, then give some of these readers a try. Good luck. ShareTweetPinShareEmail

What could possibly be Content material Advertising? (An Straightforward Spray for Newcomers)

Have you been Googling “what is content marketing” and keep finding lightweight fluff or, worse, ultimate guides packed with so much info that reading them is like drinking through a water hose? If so, this simple, thorough primer is just what you need. How does this sound? A marketing channel that… Stands the test of time. You can do it for years without the channel going out of style or your work becoming less effective. Provides a compounding positive return on investment that improves as it ages. You put in $100, and by the end of year three, it’s made $10,000. Helps you attract, convert, and retain customers. It does triple duty without triple the work or investment. If it sounds too good to be true, I have good news. It’s not. This marketing channel exists. It’s not just for online influencers. It’s almost free to kick off and run. And you don’t have to do anything illegal to start it. It’s content marketing. What is Content Marketing? Content marketing is a strategic marketing channel that drives user and customer acquisition and retention through the consistent development and distribution of digital content. All types of businesses use content marketing, from individual consultants and solopreneurs, to large media and ecommerce companies. Back to Top Why Is Content Marketing Important? Many marketing teams new to the content marketing process will publish a few articles, track their performance for a few weeks, and then throw up their hands in frustration when Google Analytics shows that they didn’t make any sales. “We tried content marketing and it didn’t work” they’ll say, and then move onto the next channel experiment to find their golden ticket to marketing nirvana. But the truth is, they didn’t give content marketing a fair shake. Content Marketing Acts as the Engine for All Other Marketing Efforts The majority of content-driven sales won’t show up as “last touch” conversions. That’s because content marketing rarely gets the credit for the sales it has a big hand in driving. Not sure what I mean? Consider the following customer journey scenario: You’re traveling to Europe for business, and when you arrive at your destination, you need to be on your A-game, as you’re meeting a potential customer that would be career-making if you were to land their business. The problem? Between the dehydration, jet lag, bloating, and headaches, you never feel good when you fly. But because this is such an important business trip, and you know it’s extra important to stay healthy while you’re traveling, you try to find solutions on Google. You type in “healthy travel tips” and find this article with 12 strategies to stay healthy and feel better before, during, and after your flight. After reading the blog post, you continue planning your trip. The next day, you’re browsing Facebook or LinkedIn and you see an ad for a health supplement to support your body while traveling. When you click on the ad, you’re brought to the same site you visited the day before. When you go to leave the page, a form slides in offering you a 10% discount in exchange for your email. You enter your email address and then go back to browsing social media. The next day, you open your inbox and find an email with your coupon code for 10% off the drink mix. You use the coupon at checkout and feel prepared for the long flight ahead of you. Now, when the company’s marketing team reviews their metrics, your purchase will likely be attributed to email marketing. That’s because you bought the product from the follow-up email they sent you. However, without good content marketing, you never would have been retargeted on Facebook or LinkedIn with the advertisement that led you to become a subscriber to their email list. In other words: A content marketing campaign is often a customer’s first interaction with you. Back to Top What are the Benefits of Content Marketing? Of the many marketing channels available to digital marketers, content marketing is one of the channels with the widest-reaching benefits, because it enables many other channels to be more effective. A successful content marketing program will also benefit all stages of the marketing funnel. Here’s how: 1. Drives Sales Conversions As with any inbound marketing channel, the main purpose of any content marketing effort is to drive sales and conversions. Some content closer to the bottom of the marketing funnel, such as sales pages and landing pages, will drive direct conversions, but the majority of content captures users at the awareness and interest stages of the funnel, so they assist in driving sales, as mentioned in the earlier scenario. 2. Increases Website Traffic With a few exceptions, you can’t convert people who never land on your website. Experienced marketers look to content marketing to drive traffic to their websites and grow their customer base. The best part about content marketing is that the traffic a good content strategy can drive is targeted and qualified. You create valuable content that is highly relevant to your products or business, and your new visitors are seeking that content, so they’re more likely to be warmer leads. The warmer the lead, the more likely the lead will become a new customer. 3. Improves Brand Awareness Say you were to launch a new yoga gear brand from scratch. You have no traffic, no customers, and no brand awareness. Nobody knows who you are. But then, you begin publishing consistent content that’s high quality. And your ideal customers — beginner yogis and yoga enthusiasts — start to see your brand name when they’re searching for yoga content. On YouTube, the 5-Minute Morning Yoga video content you developed is popping up when they’re searching for guided yoga videos. On Google, the content you developed about the different poses, and the benefits and types of yoga begins to show up in their search results. They begin to see your brandmark on the infographic you developed that’s been shared on social media. As you create and publish more relevant content, your target audience begins seeing your brand everywhere — you build brand awareness. That’s because content marketing is extremely powerful in building brand awareness online. So powerful, a whopping 81% of survey respondents in a recent CMI report touted content marketing’s effectiveness in boosting brand awareness. In short, it works. 4. Enables Other Marketing Channels Because content marketing is effective in driving traffic and brand awareness, a solid content marketing strategy can enable and drive a return on investment for other marketing channels. For example, when you attract visitors to your website via an informative, valuable piece of engaging content, you can then capture their email address, thereby activating your email marketing strategy. If you don’t capture their email address, you may be able to retarget them with a social media marketing or PPC advertisement, driving them back to your website to convert later. 5. Acts as a Backlink Magnet Whether valid or not, backlinks are still often viewed as the holy grail of digital marketing. “If we had more backlinks, we’d be able to rank for this search term, have a better domain authority, and be more trustworthy.” “If we had more backlinks, we’d be able to attract more partners, affiliates, and influencers.” But “link building” should not be used as a verb. It’s not something you should go out and do. After all, the sites that are willing to link to your article because you reached out to them and asked them to, or in exchange for a monetary reward or reciprocal action, are probably not the type of websites you want links from. Those who write for or operate the websites that you want links from — the media sites, popular bloggers, and influencers — link to the best, most relevant content, because they don’t want to waste their audience’s attention on anything else. When you publish the best content on the internet about your topic, you’re building a backlink magnet. Backlinks will come to you. You won’t have to seek them. 6. Builds Your Email List Aside from content marketing, email marketing is the channel well known for having one of the highest return on investments available. It makes sense too. A list of people who wanted to hear from you enough to give you their email address are far more likely to convert than anybody else — besides maybe your mom. Content marketing provides ample opportunity not only to drive qualified traffic from whom to capture emails, as mentioned above, but also to incentivize visitors to subscribe to your email list. Back to Top What are the Different Types of Content Marketing? When many people think of content marketing, they think mainly of written content, such as blog posts. While this is the most widely-known content type, there are different mediums through which to deliver content, including audio, visual, written, and video. 1. Written Content Written content is the most widely known form of content, and is what you’re consuming right now as you read this guide. This includes: Blogging (articles and posts) Ebooks Whitepapers Swipe files Case studies PDFs Written content is the most popular form of content for good reason: it allows you to target relevant keywords in hopes of ranking on the first page in search results for that search term. For example, the SEO (search engine optimization) friendly Happiest Baby website, which sells products to help newborns sleep, ranks #1 for the popular search term “baby sleep schedule”: This undoubtedly brings in plenty of traffic. It’ll happen eventually, but Google’s not yet savvy enough to identify these keywords in audio or video content beyond listing data, so when you’re creating a good content strategy, written content is where most content marketers start. 2. Audio Content Most of us consume audio content regularly, in the car on our way to work, on the treadmill, or in the kitchen cooking. Examples of content in audio format include: Podcasts Audiobooks Radio shows If you’re a regular listener of podcasts, you probably feel like you know the show host somewhat personally. That’s because it’s hard not to feel friendly with somebody when you hear their voice talking about something that matters to you every day! Audio content allows you to connect with your audience more personally. Many marketers supplement their audio content with written content like a blog post or transcript to help rank for relevant keywords. 3. Video Content When you think of search engines, you probably think of Google, Bing, and Yahoo, right? But believe it or not, YouTube is one of the largest search engines in the world. Every time you watch something online, you’re consuming video content. Video content exists on: YouTube Tiktok Instagram (IGTV, Instagram Story, and feed videos) Facebook (Facebook Watch, Facebook Live) Recorded webinars Digital course sites (Skillshare, Creative Live,, etc.) As our friends over at Ahrefs prove, video content can be highly effective in educating, converting, and building brand awareness: 4. Visual Content Another common type of content marketing is visual. Content marketing examples of visual content include: Infographics Slide decks GIFs Memes, etc. High-quality visual content often is developed to supplement and enhance written or video content, though it can also be consumed by itself. Back to Top What is Content Marketing? A Marketing Force Multiplier Abraham Lincoln has been quoted as saying, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Applied to marketing, high-quality content marketing is like sharpening your axe. It makes all of your other marketing more effective. It’s sustainable, strategic, and provides long-term growth. It provides an unreal return on investment. And it’s completely organic. It’s one of the only marketing channels you don’t have to “pay to play.” Bottom line? If you’re ready to increase your traffic, improve your brand awareness, grow your email list, and make more sales; you should start building a great content marketing strategy today. 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8 Methods to Construct Robust Consumer Contact (+ 6 Professional Suggestions)

Building strong client relationships isn’t rocket science. In fact, cultivating a strong relationship with any client boils down to just two things: Good communication; Offering lots — and I mean lots — of value with the aim of improving your client’s experience. Of course, it’s easier said than done. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide. In it, you’ll learn how to: Set clear expectations from the get-go Position yourself as a strategic partner Build trust from the start Always meet your deadlines Impress your client with results Make the entire working process smooth Ask for repeat work Ready to learn more about building successful business relationships and landing repeat work? Let’s jump in. 1. Set Expectations from the Outset Understanding your clients’ expectations from the very beginning puts you in a better position to fulfill their requirements than if you were trying to serve them based only on guesswork. Adrienne Barnes, a SaaS Consultant and Content Marketer who has worked with her longest client for over a year, is of the same view. Barnes shares: “One of the most important things that I do to create a better experience for my clients is to very clearly communicate my expectations and truly understand their expectations. I ask a lot of questions early on, and I make zero assumptions.” Talk about building a great client relationship! Here’s what you can do to dig into your client’s expectations and build a positive relationship based on what you learn: Jump On a Call With Your Client Sometimes, email communications can help you learn your clients’ expectations. However, nothing beats the effectiveness of a good ol’ phone call for building rapport and getting to know the other person — their business goals, challenges, and so much more. And if a face-to-face client communication is needed, Zoom is a great (and free) option. Settle On a brief This 2-3-page document bears all the important details of a project. It’s the foundation of any smooth sailing project. The information included in a brief clarifies what both parties expect — getting them on the same page and minimizing the odds of unfulfilled expectations. If your client doesn’t already have a brief or it doesn’t answer all your questions, share your brief template or send over the remaining questions before you get to work. Ask Lots of Questions As a rookie small business owner, it can be daunting to question new clients. I’ve been there myself. But, my feelings on this changed when I realized that asking clients good questions reflects your interest in the job at hand. Asking the right questions also shows you know the ins and outs of your job well. Explain Your Working Process This helps set expectations for each phase of the project. Your client learns what they’re investing in and how you’re going to be working. How you work is a burning question that most clients have, so they tend to inquire about it themselves. If they don’t, take the initiative and share how you work, the steps involved, and how it has all played out with past clients. Alternatively, you can outline your working process on your site like Barnes does: Source: ANB SaaS Consulting Back to Top 2. Position Yourself as a Strategic Partner Think about this for a second: Would you like to work with someone with whom you have a purely transactional business relationship? Or, would you rather work with someone who wants to help you succeed by offering the most value to you? It’s the latter, isn’t it? New clients and old ones alike appreciate the extra value that you offer. Here’s a simple example: As a freelance writer, my job is to write research-backed content. However, in several cases, I go the extra step and share what I’ve written with my audience. By doing so, I help promote my clients’ content. Source: Twitter For B2B SaaS writer, Kat Ambrose, building positive client relationships is based on the same. She shares: “The moment I realized that I needed to be more than just someone who could write blog posts for my clients was the moment I started seeing a difference in retaining them.” So how can you position yourself as a strategic business partner? Here are some helpful tips: Research Your Client Before you get back to your potential customers’ queries, take a few minutes to research them. Even just a quick Google search helps! If you find the prospect is a good fit for your business, dig deeper. Go through their website thoroughly. Don’t forget to check their LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social media accounts to understand their goals. All this research will prove handy in understanding what the potential client’s goals are and how you can go above and beyond to help reach them. Give Free Advice The idea is to increase the value you provide to improve your client’s experience with you. For instance, Ambrose shares that she: “Offers[s] guidance based on my experience and knowledge of the industry, tell clients what they *actually need* instead of what they think they need, and be a sounding board for ideas especially in the early stages of a project. That initial collaboration sets the tone.” Monfa C. ex-freelance designer did the same and ended up working with his client, Visme, a DIY infographic-making software, full time. Monfa explains: “In my case, I always try to maintain the same level of professionalism, accessibility and emotion with all clients, but there are clients who excel at making you feel comfortable. With these clients you feel the need to offer more than what is asked of you.” The folks over at Visme made Monfa feel comfortable and maintained good communication from their side as they worked on design projects together. Consequently, Monfa adds: “I looked for a way to give him [his client] confidence, fulfilling and improving my delivery times. Sharing ideas even when they were not requested of me and maintaining clear communication and organization in my work.” Back to Top 3. Build Trust from Before the Prospect Knocks on Your Door As in any other lasting relationship, a solid business relationship stands on trust. When prospects know you as someone reliable and authoritative in the industry, they’re more open to the idea of striking a long-term relationship with you. But you can’t build trust overnight. Instead, it’s a slow process to become your potential client’s trusted advisor, guiding them through each stage of their journey until they decide to work with you. Put on your client relationship management hat and get to work by taking these steps: Build Yourself as an Authority in Your Field Start with building a relevant writing portfolio and a trusty website that’s easy to navigate, clearly explains what you do, shares your bio, and answers questions that prospects may have in their mind. Want some more ways to gain your visitors’ trust? Share client testimonials, businesses you’ve worked with in the past, results you’ve achieved for them, and case studies. Share social proof with your clients. Next, go on to offer freebies (such as an eBook) or share valuable content on your website and/or social media to build authority. Get Back to Your Potential Customers Right Away Respond to queries as soon as you can. You can also set an estimated response time on your website to set expectations. Lastly, build trust by sharing how you’ve helped other clients with whom you did similar projects for and the results you achieved. Gain Your Clients’ Trust Further as You Work Together Keep your client looped throughout the process by sharing project updates weekly. This destresses your client as they don’t have to worry about how things are going. Back to Top 4. Always Meet Your Deadlines By meeting deadlines, you tell your client you value their time, which improves their experience working with you. Unfortunately, freelancers and other service-based business owners have developed a bad reputation when it comes to deadlines. On the bright side, this leaves you with a long hanging opportunity to impress your clients and further your business relationship. In fact, B2B Freelance Writer for SaaS, Elise Dopson, shares delivering work before the deadline as her “best tip for improving a client’s experience.” She explains: “I usually set my own deadlines once a client comes to me with a brief — usually within 5-7 working days. However, I try to deliver the draft at least one day before the deadline I’ve said. It doesn’t sound like much, but it surprises them and sets me apart.” Some steps you can take to honor deadlines: Use a Project Management Software to Map Out All Your Work When you have a visual understanding of all your client work — what’s due, what’s in progress, and what’s delivered — you’ll be able to follow through with your schedule. The following four project management tools can help you keep an eye on your ongoing projects: Trello: Gives you ten free, Kanban-style boards that you can use to manage your work. On my main Trello work board, I have the following four columns: To-do, In progress, Review/Edits required, Done. Notion: This one’s completely free for personal use. You can create Kanban boards as well as task lists, and jot down project notes. Todoist: While I use Trello to track each project’s progress, I use Todoist as my daily to-do list app so I have a clear idea of what I’ve to work on each day. HubSpot CRM: Depending on the size of your team, a versatile CRM (customer relationship manager) tool like HubSpot’s free option could come in very handy. Only Take On Work that You Can Deliver On Time Remember that retaining existing clients is far less expensive than getting new business. And, no, I’m not the only one saying so. 70% of businesses say it’s more cost-effective to retain customers than acquire new ones. So, prioritize completing pending projects within their due dates instead of working on landing more work than you can handle. Give Yourself Fake Deadlines This one’s my favorite way to reach my deadlines. If a content piece is due on the 20th of the month, I’ll add 15th to my calendar. This way, even if I’m unable to finish all the work, I still have time to deliver the project on time. Back to Top 5. Impress Clients with Results Not only will delivering the results you promised enhance the client experience, but it also boosts the likelihood of them turning into repeat customers. For example, as a freelance writer, I take the time to understand clients’ brand voice and formatting style closely, which means they get an end product that doesn’t require extra edits. Here are some ways you can achieve results for your clients: Set Up Results Tracking Metrics This one’s a hat tip to Michael Kennan, another SaaS writer and content refreshing expert. Kennan explains: “You want to know exactly how many leads, conversions, sign-ups, or traffic your articles are getting month over month. Build a case for how you contribute to the company’s business objectives. If your articles perform well, it’s an easy up sell to get more, higher-priced work than just sending articles into the void without any check-up.” Keep the Results You Want to Achieve in Mind This way, you have the results you want to achieve on the top of your mind. But, instead of writing elaborate paragraphs of what you want to accomplish, summarize your goal in two lines and keep it front and center. Back to Top 6. Make the Entire Work Process Smooth Building relationships boils down to giving your client’s a smooth experience. All the tips I’ve shared so far have this idea at their heart. When everything is effortless and straightforward for your clients, their experience working with you is A1, making you their go-to person for more work. So, in addition to sticking to the tips above, consider taking these steps too: Make it Easy for Clients to Work With You This extends to both before potential customers reach you and once they’re working with you. For the former, make it easy to contact you. How? By sharing your contact info clearly on your website. And, make sure you make contacting you an easy decision. Share one email address instead of making them think about which one to use in case of multiple addresses. As for the latter, be communicative. You already know that you should keep your client updated. Other than that, complete any edits requested with 1-2 business days, 3 at most. If your schedule is packed and you can’t get back with the edits any sooner, specify the time you’ll take to do so. Have a Clear Process for Onboarding Clients Have a checklist of questions you need to ask so you can ask them in one go. For instance, I ask some of these questions each time I work with a new client: “What exactly do you need my help with?” (This will help you better understand the client’s needs.) “Who will be my point of contact for the project?” “How in-depth is the brief (or do you need me to make one)?” “What turnaround time do you’ve in mind for this work?” “Are there any specific payment terms you have in place?” “How do you prefer making payments?” Also, know the raw material that you’d require, so you can request it all at once instead of getting your client to exchange tons of emails. Communicate Clearly This means you need to write no-fluff emails that instantly get to the point. Remember: your clients are pressed for time, so make things mindless for them. Have a question you forgot to ask? Get straight to it in your email. Have a few things to ask or bring to their attention? Use bullet points to share them in your email. This makes your message easy to read and, therefore, easy to respond to for your client. Lastly, if you find yourself writing a page-long email, consider creating an audio explainer or Loom video. Back to Top 7. Ask for Repeat Work If you’ve done everything right, there’s no shame in asking for repeat work. I like to ask my clients how their experience was or if they liked the work to see how they felt. Often, I also go on to ask them if there’s something that I could have done better. In several instances, clients will themselves ask you to work long-term with them. Michelle Garrett, PR Consultant and Writer, says: “Once they see that they can trust you and that you deliver quality work, they may ask you to take on additional tasks.” So, how do you ask for repeat business? Ask How the Client’s Working Experience Was (and If You Could Help them More) Garrett suggests you ask: “’Is there anything else I could be helping you with?” or suggest something. For example: ‘I’m writing blog posts for you now, but would it be helpful if I also wrote social media posts?’” You can also try: “I’m planning my work schedule for next month, should I save a spot for you?” or “It was a pleasure working with you. Would you be interested in working together further?” Follow-Up with Clients After a Few Months A good retention program doesn’t need to be complicated. Setting up a simple calendar reminder that tells you to check in with your client and ask if you could help them with more work will do the trick. Back to Top Start Building Strong Client Relationships Right Away There you have it! You’re now armed with tips to build good client relationships — ones that can win you repeat work or even referrals. Admittedly, in the beginning, putting all this work into relationship-building can feel overwhelming. But remember: lasting client relationships can take you from rags to riches. Simply focus on giving your clients a smooth experience and you’re all set. To recap: start building trust, take the time to understand and set client expectations, and make working with you smooth sailing. Don’t forget to meet your deadlines. And, most importantly, never be afraid of asking for repeat work. So what are you waiting for? Go build new relationships. Here’s to your list of happy clients. ShareTweetPinShareEmail

Content Professor – The World’s Easiest Web Based Article Spinner!

Are you a writer or a blogger? Have you ever felt dissatisfied with your content? Are you literally tired of spending hours doing computer research? Have you ever felt as you’ve practically hammered your keyboard to the pulp in an effort to pump out enough content, just for a little extra traffic, Adsense revenue, etc.? Also are you Tired to do the content marketing strategy? Have you ever stuffed words to fill up the content at Content Marketing?The most difficult thing in article writing is not coming up with relevant ideas and phrases. It fails you to write quality content for the readers. Also, the lack of content leads to the loss of readers. Then how to avoid such nuisances? Are there any solutions that can help? Then don’t worry. You’re at the right place and we’re here going to help you to know about this amazing software, Content Professor The Article SniperContent Professor – The Best Article SpinnerThis program works magically to reduce the load of your work. It basically helps you to reduce the time that you had been spending hours on the research. The Content Professor software allows you to place your content on the article. It matches with your article and finds the best content to write. However, here its job doesn’t end. It looks after the arrangement of the sentences. The software even provides synonyms to suit the article. Therefore, with these facilities, it makes your article 100 percent unique. Content Professor – The Article sniperWhy is it Legitimately Unique?The software is purely legit. It allows you to save your time and money to get quality content. The software is the only one of its kind that enables the article to spin its kind. It is an easy and simple software to work on. In addition to article spinning, the program is also a PRL engine. Once you download your program, you’ll have the accessibility to access an immense library of free articles given in the program. It provides 100 percent unique articles, with regular modifications. It is a truly free patent-pending, helping to generate traffic and earn money? Click Here!How Does Content Professor Work?The program is very easy for the starters. It doesn’t require any specific knowledge to operate the software. All you need is to search for the article, and then copy and paste it. Once you find your article, you can highlight and bookmark the content. The program will automatically rearrange the sentences, paragraphs, and words to make the content unique yet interesting. By these features, you’ll be assured of a completely unique article. What are the Features of This Program?The software has some of its unique features that help the user to accomplish a brilliant unique. The features are:The program is entirely website based. It doesn’t need any installation on your computer. The software already 100000+ databases located in different categories, like internet marketing, and others. The program has a rich synonym dictionary. The flexibility of this program allows importing various databases into other outlets. That’s why it is most recommended to look out for it.The program even helps to filter genuine articles.It allows us to function in different languages. Content Professor is the #1 Online Article Sniper ” The Perfect Spinning Software Should be fast, easy to Use and … Most Important Of All … Effective”It’s Fast & Free Only take 30SecondsTherefore, if you are willing to write content, just like me,  then you must have hundreds of PLR (private label right) material sitting on your hard drive collecting virtual dust.  However,  I do have good news for you today. For a limited time, my friends have been using This Software for their work. The PLR which you have on your hard drive doesn’t have to go to waste.You see, with a Content Professor you can copy and paste any text you have. I know,  it sounds too good to be true, that is why you can try it out yourself. Even if you don’t use PLR in your business, a Content Professor is invaluable. It helps to auto-generate content for your Adsense sites, niche blogs, SEO campaigns, and so much more.In fact, I’ll be as bold to say wherever there is text needed on a web page, then you can use a Content Professor to make your job that much easier.Content Professor’s synonym database “auto-refines” itself based on the user’s inputs. This means you will only get high-quality spins and not those incomprehensible articles other spinners are known for. However, the program is not free, but it does come at an amazing price that you can easily afford. So, what are you waiting for? Go Now & Buy It As Soon!

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Nowadays building a solid online presence for your brand, business, blogs, and websites play an important role in making it successful. Social Media is ruling the internet and it’s the best time to reap the benefits of trending social media platforms.
But wait, building a solid presence on social media needs unique content that can leverage audience and sales as well. Only creating unique content will not do the trick here you need to discover, share, and monitor engaging content.  There are hundreds of content discovery and automation tools that can help you in creating content but somehow its lags at a point.
Bottom Line Upfront: ContentStudio is a small to medium-size enterprise and single entrepreneur friendly cloud based digital marketing and content marketing platform.
ContentStudio comes with some of the amazing features like Automated writing, content creation, multiple account control, multiple user coordination, content planning, and social media tracking are some of the main features.
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ContentStudio Review 2021
About ContentStudio offers a versatile platform for content marketing and managing social media under one roof. It mainly offers advanced features that will really make it easy to simply manage different social channels right at one click with engaging content.

ContentStudio gives you the ability to find topic-relevant content that is filtered by social shares, different media types along virality. Just select individually for your topic feeds or set up the automation campaigns right with your own rules in order to publish content remotely and automatically to select your channels.
You can use this amazing platform to monitor, discover, and share legitimate content in any niche and industry. The best part is that ContentStudio is extremely easy to use and here you don’t need to have any technical skills for managing accounts and everything is just one click.
This tool allows you to discover the web and social media to monitor content simply by creating your own feeds using relevant search terms and domains. ContentStudio is truly flexible as it doesn’t matter how many social channels you have here you can simply publish and schedule contents to different blogging schedules along with social channels easily.
You can simply increase engagement right up to 3X simply by using amplification tools like post recycling, image enhancer, and hashtag suggestions, and many more things.  
ContentStudio offers amazing products like discovery, curation, automation, planner, publisher, and analytics that will help you in boosting your social media engagement.
What Can I Do With ContentStudio?
ContentStudio is multi-purpose social networking management and content marketing platform that helps you to find, create, and upload the right stuff. It offers a collection of tools for content analysis publishing, scheduling, monitoring, and optimization, all of which are designed to make marketing departments’ jobs easier.
It’s ideal for finding viral content, handling several social media accounts, recycling evergreen material, reviewing results, collaborating with colleagues, and so much more.
Powerful Tools To Play With
Users can handle several social media profiles with the help of ContentStudio from a commonplace. It also has an integrated composer that allows designers to access personalized recommendations for their social media profiles. Features such as content recommendations and a search engine optimization toolkit are all included in the composer.
Users could also use ContentStudio’s creative planner to prepare their customized promotions and analyze, schedule, and post content all in one location. In addition to this, the platform combines with a number of third-party applications, including Pixabay, Giphy,, Chimp Rewriter, Flickr, and many others.
The services are offered in monthly or yearly subscription plans. Phone and email assistance are available.
Key Features & Products Of ContentStudio:
Content Discovery
Let us start with the content discovery part. How many of you have been stuck in a rut with your writing? How many of you have been uncertain exactly what sort of material your target audience will enjoy reading? If this is the case, ContentSudio’s smart search function is for you. It’s a research engine that browses the internet for the best stuff relevant to your context.
Despite the fact that it is run by artificial intelligence (AI), you are not obligated to use the tool’s algorithms. Complex questions can be created to determine the best blogs and content from all around the internet. You can even use ContentStudio to find out what are the most popular discussions happening right now in your field.
Captions (or pull quotes) from other resources will also be produced by the application, which you may insert in your personal content. In a nutshell, the content discovery function can save you countless hours of Google searching.

Influencer Discovery
ContentStudio will help you in finding important bloggers in your sector. While Instagram is generally regarded as the “hub” for identifying influencers, the platform can also recognize important personalities on both YouTube as well as Twitter.
Significant insights for each established influencer’s also highlighted by ContentStudio, such as:

Demographic insights
Engagement analysis
Or a specific category

You should contact those bloggers that you believe would connect with your intended audience when you have identified them.

10+ Content Sources: They have more than 9 major content sources that generally monitors a huge database of sites right along with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Imgur, Giphy, Pixabay and many more in a row.
Multimedia Content (Videos, Images & GIFs): The best part about ContentStudio is that it doesn’t limit to the articles only. Here you can also find videos from Facebook, YouTube, and Dailymotion. For images and GIFs and more formats.

Automation: ContentStudio has a function that allows you to schedule your posts and just forget about them. You can use it to post your stuff through your content schedule on a regular basis.
You can either let the software choose the appropriate time and date for online publication depending upon its algorithm, or you could just build your own unique plan by picking up the best dates and times for publication according to your preferences.

Keyword & Domain Filter: Just select your keywords along with domains in order to pass the type of content you actually want to share right with your audience. You can exclude all the irrelevant content posting to improve your accuracy.

Advanced Filter For Targeted Content: With the help of this feature you can easily filter content by length, region, language, postage along engagement level.
Smart Suggestion: Right when you get related keyword suggestions in order to expand or limit your content. Also with this feature, you can easily exclude or include any of the suggested keywords.

WYSIWYG, that is, What You See Is What You Get designer is also available through ContentStudio. It’s identical to the WordPress editor which you may have used.
Create configured material and posts, add pictures, and insert video clips with it. You can also use the platform to look for royalty-free images and video content.
And search engine optimization? 
Yes, ContentStudio will assist with Search engine optimization as well. It does so with the help of a real-time ranking. If your ranking starts to drop, implement alterations to your post to increase the likelihood to appear higher in the search engine results pages (i.e. SERPs).
Is there someone in your audience who speaks a language other than English? If that’s the case, you can take advantage of ContentStudio’s translation function. It can be used in any language. The tool also works with a variety of “spinner” providers. 
If you are not well acquainted with spinners, they are software that automatically rewrites the posts so you don’t get penalized for any duplicate material. They are utilized by many black hat hackers. Remember that spinners frequently generate content that is loaded with (pretty hilarious) grammatical mistakes. It’s normally preferable to simply rewrite the post by yourself.
Drip feed publication is also supported by ContentStudio. You can use this to post your material to a blog, and then spread it on other blog platforms, and so forth. You won’t have to think about repeated content problems because the software would apply the canonical label to your post.
However, ContentStudio not only aids in the creation of blog posts; it also aids in the creation of content for social networking sites.
You can personalize articles for each channel, increase your scope with post recycling, and also have the app post your content at a point whenever it’s most apt to get as much interaction. Yeah, ContentStudio works with a number of common link shortening services, such as Google, Bitly, and Replug.

Video & Image Embeds: With this features, you can easily find and embed topic-relevant videos, images, and GIFs right in your post.
Drag and Drop Editor: Here with the help of such amazing feature you can easily create and add right content (articles, video, images) to post with the rag and drop editor.
Content Suggestions: You can choose to include in your next blog post or the social media post simply by searching for relevant content right with their keywords across the web and many social media channels.

Do you keep track of your content on a timetable? If not, then ContentStudio will assist you in creating one. A content calendar is very important since it assures that your homepage always has a nice amount of content available. Your marketing campaigns can end abruptly if you don’t have a posting schedule.
ContentStudio is a tool that allows you to build a posting schedule with a user interface that astonishingly, resembles a calendar. Simply click a button to select the post or piece of content you would like to be published on a specified date.
If you prefer, you can deal with a list layout rather than a calendar version. You could also use the posting schedule to efficiently and simply locate future content. Simply sort or search by profile, name, teammate, status, or type of post.

Interactive Content Calendar: You can simply manage and plan your content from an interactive calendar that gives you the ability to review and edit the post before they publish.

Team Workflows & Collaboration: With the help of this feature you can easily interact with your team to create the best content.
Streamline Content: You can plan content for your blog and social media along with managing it all from a single place without any boot calendar.

Publisher: Simply publish engaging content with ease. Just plan, customize and share your content on all multiple platforms. ContentStudio will provide you with all the versatile tools to simply enhance your content.

Hashtag Suggestions: Now get relevant content and trending hashtags suggestions for your posts.

Automatic URL Shortening: With the help of this feature you can easily connect your or the Google Shortener account right with ContentStudio.
Multimedia Content: Just find and post videos right from Facebook, YoutTube and many other trending legitimate platforms.

RSS Feed Reader
A real-time syndication (RSS) feed is presumably used by the majority of the forums that sparked your interest. You can merge and track all of your favorite feeds in a single location with ContentStudio. Make use of such feeds to get ideas for your content schedule.
Furthermore, the application allows you to post content straight from RSS feeds on social networking sites. Easily attach your few comments and post the material on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
If you are a fast reader who subscribes to hundreds of channels, you will be happy to know that ContentStudio can manage mass feed uploads. Simply build an OPML file and upload all of your inputs at the same time.
Ultimately, the software allows you to build feed categories so that you may search feeds that are close to each other.
Content Insights
“Reverse – engineer any subject or domain’s success stories.”
ContentStudio makes this pledge. The platform delivers on the pledge by showcasing data that demonstrates what aspects of your content marketing strategy are working effectively.
ContentStudio employs artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced statistical analysis to provide you with only the most enforceable ideas. The app will convince you which social media platform is by far the most effective way to engage for you. Use this information to decide where you should focus your marketing efforts.
And after that, ContentStudio will show you your top-performing online content categories. Perhaps you will discover that video connects with your viewers more than visualizations. If that’s the scenario, you are well aware that you will need to create more media content.
You can also get sentiment analysis from the application. Use it to gain a sense of how people feel about a particular subject. Furthermore, ContentStudio would recommend the perfect day during the week to post and advertise your posts.
The software will also display and show you the most popular domains and writers for a given subject. And that kind of perspective will help you in figuring out who you can model your content plan after. In addition to this, ContentStudio will examine the lengths of your blog articles and inform you just how well your post is doing in terms of word counts.
Social Media Analytics
ContentStudio does more than just make content management easier. It also provides information that can help you deal with issues. With a content marketing study, it accomplishes this. Use the survey to find out which posts are the most common, as well as total interaction and audience development.
You can also make your articles more appealing to your customers by decorating them. Yeah, the reports can be customized. ContentStudio also provides automated reports that are delivered to the customers on a regular basis. Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Twitter, and are all supported by the tool’s social media insights.
Social Inbox
With ContentStudio’s online app, you can practice customer service through different networks from a centralized dashboard This functionality effectively functions as a help desk software. It keeps a record of social media interactions in the same way as more advanced solutions keep records of tickets.
In relation to conversation monitoring, ContentStudio can send an email when responses and feedback are received on your social media platforms. The platform currently supports YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram interactions.
ContentStudio Pricing Plans: 
The pricing plans which are being offered by ContentStudio are very simple and affordable so that you don’t get confused in choosing the right content for you. They have plans for any size of business you can simply choose a plan that is right for you.
Let’s find out what plans they are actually offering:

1) Free ($0/Month)

Social Accounts-2
Blogs- 0
Team Members- 0
Automation Campaigns- 0
Post Per Month (Social)- 500
Post Per Month (Blog)- 0
Custom Topic Feeds-  1
Searches Per Day- Limited

2) Pro ($25/Month)

Social Accounts- 10
Blogs- 1 Per Platform
Team Members- 0
Automation Campaigns- 10
Post Per Month (Social)- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Blog)-Unlimited
Custom Topic Feeds- Unlimited
Searches Per Day- Unlimited

3) Small ($47/Month)

Social Accounts- 25
Blogs- 10 in total
Team Members- 5
Automation Campaigns- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Social)- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Blog)- Unlimited
Custom Topic Feeds-  Unlimited
Searches Per Day- Unlimited

4) Medium ($97/Month)

Social Accounts- 50
Blogs- 20 in total
Team Members- 10
Automation Campaigns- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Social)- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Blog)- Unlimited
Custom Topic Feeds- Unlimited
Searches Per Day- Unlimited

5) Large ($197/Month)

Social Accounts- 150
Blogs- 50
Team Members- 20
Automation Campaigns- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Social)- Unlimited
Post Per Month (Blog)-Unlimited
Custom Topic Feeds- Unlimited
Searches Per Day- Unlimited

Now you have got all the plans they are actually offering and here if you do have some specific requirements then you can contact them and go for the Enterprise plans.
In the very beginning, I would like to suggest if you’re a beginner then you should go with the Free Plan they are offering. And once you get familiar with the platform you can simply upgrade to the pro plans according to your need and requirements.
More than 18000+ professionals already trust ContentStudio for theirsocial media management and content marketing needs

PROS & CONS – Why do we recommend ContentStudio?
The CS content organizer provides a clear and easy-to-understand summary. While the framework has a robust ‘Content Discovery and Insights’ function, it also publishes to a number of social media platforms (I guess 9 at the moment if I remember correctly).
Their ‘Automation Recipes’ feature is very special in that it allows you to automatically search, plan, and upload related content based on the terms you set up. It is also critical that CS have ‘approval functions,’ as with any significant tool, to ensure that incorrect content does not go online.

ContentStudio is very user-friendly and efficient. After I first received it, I was somewhat unsure of its capabilities, but after testing it for almost a year, it has become my go-to fix for every problem. If you have trouble finding new content on a regular basis, you will enjoy this service. 
My content marketing plan is made easier with ContentStudio. With the click of a mouse, I can upload to various social media platforms. When I am creating a blog post, I particularly like their SEO tips. I learned how to write SEO-friendly posts thanks to ContentStudio. Most of my blog articles are now doing exceptionally well enough on Google and other search engines.
It has a number of other advantages for organizing regular content for me and my customers. It’s simple to use and removes the barrier to getting the task completed
It’s wonderful to be able to easily locate and schedule stuff. I really appreciate how well I can arrange anything.
I enjoy exploring new topics to report about and being free to share it right on the website. They are also important when writing blogs because they support SEO.
Since I had several choices for automatic social media sharing I purchased it mainly for its incredible content discovery function. But it’s impressive to see how far this application has come since last year.
Their customer service is excellent, and they are constantly refining and/or adding functionality that will help the end-user. As a “one-man store,” being able to perform several activities within ContentStudio is extremely beneficial.


Direct Instagram sharing is not possible with ContentStudio. It has little to do with the software or the people supporting all this who have all put in a lot of effort to make this a reality.
I would like it if you would share the same content in several languages (so that your fans can translate it in their native tongue), and from what I have found, this has been on their to-do list.
When something refers to social media analysis as well as other social media management resources, I am a bit confused.
The content discovery application does have drawbacks when it comes to discovering information, and it doesn’t always work.

Custom sources are a challenge for the application, and it doesn’t always work.
ContentStudio Testimonials  :

I am amazed at how much this software has grown since I originally became a member. I see look-alike systems come out every so often but nothing else even comes close. Content Studio is light years ahead of the others and a perfect package to manage and grow your social media.
– Michael R Onthank
Business Owner, Marketer

Customer Support
The best part that I like most about ContentStudio is that they offer 100% human-based support via chat, tickets, and emails. And also their tech professional dedicated support team is always there to help you out.
Right apart from the support, when you log in to the ContentStudio platform you can also get a start tour that will show you each product feature along with all the steps for the content marketing as well as the social media optimization too.
Another reason for using ContentStudio is they offer a knowledge base, a blog along with video tutorials that can help you in getting started with ContentStudio and make the most use of it. 
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ContentStudio Review (FAQs):

Q. What issues does ContentStudio address?

ContentStudio is a multi-purpose social networking management and content marketing platform that helps you to find, create, and upload the right stuff. It offers a collection of tools for content analysis publishing, scheduling, monitoring, and optimization, all of which are designed to make marketing departments’ jobs easier. It’s ideal for finding viral content, handling several social media accounts, recycling evergreen material, reviewing results, collaborating with colleagues, and so much more.

Q. Is ContentStudio suitable for small businesses and startups?

Yes! ContentStudio is an all-in-one solution for entrepreneurs and businesses which is a lightweight, user-friendly cloud based digital marketing and content marketing platform. The tool has been developed in a way that it suffices the marketing, editing, creation, publishing, monitoring and optimization requirements for all kinds of businesses ranging from startups to small and medium size enterprises. Furthermore, you can also do activities such as automated writing, content creation, multiple account control, multiple user coordination, content planning, and social media tracking are some of the main features.

Q. Can I schedule my posts on social media using ContentStudio?

ContentStudio has a function that allows you to automate and schedule your posts. You can use it to post your stuff through your content schedule on a regular basis. You can either let the software choose the appropriate time and date for online publication depending upon its algorithm, or you could just build your own unique plan by picking up the best dates and times for publication according to your preferences.

Q. Does the tool offer social media analytics?

ContentStudio provides information that can help you deal with issues. With a content marketing study, it accomplishes this. Use the survey to find out which posts are the most common, as well as total interaction and audience development. You also get access to valuable social media insights and automated reports that are delivered to the customers on a regular basis. Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Twitter, and are all supported by the tool’s social media insights.

Q. I have a business account on Instagram for my brand. Can I share my posts on Instagram using ContentStudio?

ContentStudio publishes to a number of social media platforms. Unfortunately, Direct Instagram sharing is not possible with ContentStudio. It has little to do with the software or the people supporting all this who have all put in a lot of effort to make this a reality.

Q. Is ContentStudio easy to use?

Yes! ContentStudio is very user friendly and efficient. After I first received it, I was somewhat unsure of its capabilities, but after testing it for almost a year, it has become my go-to fix for every problem. If you have trouble finding new content on a regular basis, you will enjoy this service.

Q. Does ContentStudio offer regular future updates and good customer support?

Their customer service is excellent, and they are constantly refining and / or adding functionality that will help the end user. As a one man store, being able to perform several activities within ContentStudio is extremely beneficial.

Q. Does ContentStudio have a help desk feature to deal with customer grievances?

With ContentStudio’s online app, you can practice customer service through different networks from a centralized dashboard This functionality effectively functions as a help desk software. It keeps a record of social media interactions in the same way as more advanced solutions keep records of tickets.

Q. Do they send automated email replies to customer feedback on a brand’s linked social media platforms?

In relation to conversation monitoring, ContentStudio can send an email when responses and feedback are received on your social media platforms. The platform currently supports YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram interactions.

Q. Does ContentStudio support SEO?

Yes, ContentStudio will assist with Search engine optimisation as well. It does so with the help of a real time ranking. If your ranking starts to drop, implement alterations to your post to increase the likelihood to appear higher in the search engine results pages (i.e. SERPs).

Q. Can I post some content on my blog and then publish it across other blog platforms without doing it manually?

Yes! This feature is called Drip feed publication, which is also supported by ContentStudio. You can use this to post your material to a blog, and then spread it on other blog platforms, and so forth. You won’t have to think about repeated content problems because the software would apply the canonical label to your post.

Q. Can I automate my posts to have ContentStudio post content on my social media platforms when the interaction rates are the highest?

Yes! ContentStudio not only aids in the creation of blog posts; it also aids in the creation of content for social networking sites. You can personalise articles for each channel, increase your scope with post recycling, and also have the app post your content at a point whenever it ‘s most apt to get as much interaction.

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ContentStudio is an all-in-one platform where you can easily get high-quality content search, images, video, and GIFS. And trust us as per our experience with ContentStudio it helps us in creating social media content and blog content for our blog as well. It’s worth giving a try to ContentStudio as it offers a free plan where you can try some of the ContentStudio features for free.
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