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#ContentCatchUp: Get yourself a traffic jam
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#ContentCatchUp: Get yourself a traffic jam

Author: Chloe Edgley | Posted on: 9 March 2018

There are few moments more frustrating for a marketer than when you put in the work to create great content - but you just don’t see the results you’re looking for. You’ve done your research, you’ve ticked all the boxes, but you’re still not getting the website views or sales conversions you’re after. So what’s going wrong?

A problem with some businesses we see is that they’ve not kept up their website maintenance to make it sufficiently visible to online users, or to retain them once they’re on the site. As anyone who’s glumly looked at their home-page bounce rate before will tell you, it doesn’t take a lot to put users off. Whether it’s an awkward colour scheme, messy SEO work, or too much text - you’ve got to make sure nothing sabotages that first impression.

With that in mind, this week’s #ContentCatchup focuses on how you can fix these website woes and give your traffic the boost it needs...

ContentCatchup Content Marketing News

Previously, on the Ember Television Blog:

Content Marketing: 
Creative content can’t make up for poor web work..

Video Marketing: 
Hit play at every stage of the funnel..

Infographics: Linkable, likable, lead creators..

Thought Leadership: All eyes back on you..

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Author: Chloe Edgley

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Chloe is our copywriter here at Ember Television. Her interest in telling stories led her to study English with Creative Writing at the University of Birmingham, where she developed a specialised interest in screenwriting and digital media.
#ContentCatchUp: Get yourself a traffic jam



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