The Relatable Expert: Creating Content That Connects

Do you feel like you’re writing website content with little impact? That people are reading but not connecting? For many ecommerce writers, there’s a gap between the ability to communicate and the ability to relate to clients in a meaningful way. Blogs should communicate expertise, but not in a highly technical way. Your tone needs to match your audience.

The Knowledge Balance

The first step to creating meaningful content is building a deep base of product knowledge. Writers, like sales staff, who know a lot about products communicate a greater degree of enthusiasm, answer questions more effectively, and have more confidence when interacting with clients. And while the client may not be in the room with you when you’re writing that blog post, all of those benefits will come across in your blog posts.

Play On Emotion

Expressing expertise is a key part of creating great blog content, but emotions play a role too. In fact, emotions are a big part of why influencers are so effective at promoting products. Sure, influencers have reach and a knowledge of content creation, but the good ones only take on products they really believe in, and their content conveys that. As an ecommerce blogger, you have to offer a bit of your own emotional insight.

What if you sell a product that doesn’t necessarily inspire emotion? There are still ways to express enthusiasm. The post exploring the history of the egg chair provides a depth of knowledge about the product, but it also offers a personal level of connection to each model in the “Why We Love It” segments. Each of those sections says something about the design aspects as well as how it “feels” in use. This information is at least as useful to potential buyers as product specs, but you have to know the product intimately if you’re going to speak to that element and not every blogger can do that.

Balance Your Voice

Think about your favorite author. What makes you connect with them? Everyone has different favorite authors, so why not play to those different sub-groups by embracing different perspectives on your blog? Recruit from different departments to write guest posts or feature the occasional post from a client.

Another way to balance out your blog content is by giving over control to writers who know a little bit less about your product. While your technical expertise is valuable, as noted above, generalists have the ability to pick up the key points and situate your product within the big picture of a field. Many writers who would be considered generalists are also pros at appealing to wide audiences. That’s the nature of the job.

Keep It Brief

Last of all, if your content doesn’t seem to connect, maybe you’re pushing too hard. Not in the sense that you’re forcing a sale, but rather in the sense of offering too much information. Keeping your blog content brief, whether in writing or through onsite videos, can help capture your audience without wearing them down. This is what makes Genius Kitchen so successful – the information is all there, it serves a need, but the videos are scaled to different lengths to suit different viewers.

There are countless ways to be informative when developing site content, but that isn’t enough. Rather, it’s more important to temper knowledge with a sense of connection. The true expert is one who can speak to many readers, not just fellow experts. It’s a rare skill in the world of ecommerce, but one worth cultivating.

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Legal Aspects to Consider when Starting your Blogging Business

Most bloggers will start their online platforms from a pure joy of writing. As their voice becomes increasingly popular in the virtual world, most will naturally begin to think about how to actually derive income from their blog. There are a few legal aspects to consider when starting a blogging business and it is advisable to go over them before you actually start making money from your writing.

First thing’s first: incorporate

Bloggers can start growing their own business by incorporating a limited liability company. This is also a useful change if you are already operating in the form of a sole trader and have decided to separate your personal finances and assets from your business ones. If the blog (in this case, business), is fined or even sued for whatever reason, your personal savings, account and property will be protected from any liability.

Bloggers in Singapore who are planning on monetizing their blog can consider opening a private company. Only one shareholder is needed to form this type of company and there are no restrictions regarding nationality. If you are in need of additional information regarding the business incorporation process, you can contact a team of Singapore specialists who can help you form your company.

If you live on another country, make sure to consult the local regulations.

A blogger’s liability

Bloggers have the power to reach out to a vast number of people. This also means that their work will be very visible and subject to plagiarism or infringement claims. This may happen unintentionally, however, it is important to know the scope of the law and how it applies. On the other hand, many bloggers and photographers are victims of plagiarism themselves. It is important to consider plagiarism as a blogger’s reputation is one of his biggest assets in the online world.

Another issue to consider is how your articles may damage someone else’s reputation and whether or not they will try to take legal action. When can you be accused of libel (the written defamatory statement)? It may be useful to talk to a lawyer in order to find out if or in what case you can be held liable and may be asked to pay compensations.

The scope and limits of the copyright and the intellectual property laws are another legal aspect to consider. For example, the Intellectual Property Law Chapter 12, included in the Commercial Law of Singapore, establishes that copyright only protects the manner in which ideas are expressed and there is no copyright of the ideas, information and facts per se. Bloggers can, however, have copyright on a literary or dramatic piece of writing and this will be ongoing during the author’s lifetime and seventy years after his or her death.

Finding more about the applicable laws, the reporting requirements and how your blogging business will be taxed, according to the income you derive, is always a useful step before actually commencing the business activities. Bloggers can find out more about the most important legal and business aspects by talking to a local lawyer.

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Meet Modula, a Grid Gallery Plugin for WordPress

If you run a WordPress website, you know how important it is to showcase high-quality images.

But it isn’t always easy to get things setup properly, from sizing images, to creating grids, mastering image placement is a challenge that many WordPress website owners face.

So, what do you do when you’re short on time and looking for a solution that will solve this problem once and for all?

The answer is really easy…

You purchase the Modula Grid Gallery.

What is the Modula Grid Gallery?

It shouldn’t surprise you that does Modula what its name suggests. It provides you with easily modified picture galleries that suit the needs of your WordPress website.

Here are just a few of the features:
-Customizable grids
-Multiple galleries
-6 prebuilt lightboxes
-Responsive design
-Tons of hover effects
-Social sharing

We live in an age where content is important. If you are spending valuable time and resources designing landing pages, you need photo galleries that work and help sell your products and services.

Customers love eye-catching images and Modula helps you showcase those images with minimal effort.

Remember this one rule…

No one remembers when a website works properly, but they certainly do when it doesn’t. Modula puts this fear to rest by helping you build photo galleries that work exactly like they should.

It’s Fairly Priced

One of the most expensive parts of owning a website or a business is all the software, plugins, and addons you have to purchase.

You’re probably frowning at the idea of piling on another expense.

Lucky for you, Modula is fairly priced and the different packages are worth it.

Here are the 4 packages that Modula comes in:
-Basic for $19 – covers 1 website
-Duo for $29 – covers 2 websites
-Pro for $39 – covers 5 websites
-Business for $49 – covers unlimited websites

The main selling point of the packages is the number of additional websites that you can install the plugin on. They all come with the same features, so if you are a web design agency, the business plan is a no brainer, while a single website owner will be more than happy with the basic plan.

Each plan comes with unlimited galleries, images, filters, rotation and slide effects, 12 hover effects, 6 lightboxes, and 1 year of updates and supports.

Installation Is a Breeze

Like any WordPress plugin, you can easily install Modula from the backend of your website. Simply visit the plugin section of your wp-admin page, search for Modula, and download and install the plugin. Once installed, enter your product code in order to activate the plugin and to gain access to all of its features.

The Only Gallery Plugin You’ll Ever Need

Even if you are looking to trim the fat and cut down on your WordPress plugins, you probably will want this wordpress image gallery plugin.

Modula does exactly what you need it to. It won’t blow your mind and its not an extremely multi-functional plugin. But what it does do is provide you with an easy-to-use plugin that helps you design photo galleries that look good and make your website seem more professional.

You’ll never have to worry about being one of those websites with bad photo galleries when you use a plugin like Modula.

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Need to Host a WordPress Site? Check Out Kinsta

Have you ever tried to deal with most web hosting companies’ customer service? That experience alone is enough to scare you away from those company for good.

Seriously, it can be that frustrating!

If you own a website, you know how frustrating it is when your server goes down and you are forced to sit on hold for over an hour.

It is that frustrating experience that motivates me to always keep looking for hosting companies that provide top quality service. Recently I discovered Kinsta

So, what is Kinsta?

Good question. They are a highly reputable hosting and support company that work exclusively with WordPress websites.

Kinsta doesn’t treat you like a number and their customer service is some of the best I’ve experienced.

The thing I like about Kinsta is that they offer their services through the premium version of the Google Cloud Platform and they are even recommended by Google Cloud themselves.

But they are more than just a web host

I was excited when I learned that the team behind Kinsta is mainly WordPress developers, the same developers that have made tons of WordPress themes, plugins, and who have troubleshooted countless problems on the platform before.

It’s that kind of expertise that helps you get your website back online when something goes wrong. And of course, having 24/7 support 365 days a year helps too!

Here’s another thing good about Kinsta

Other companies will often just throw your website up on any server and call it a day. This isn’t how Kinsta does it.

They let you choose which data center you want to have your website hosted on.

Look at these amazing choices:
-Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA
-St. Ghislain, Belgium
-Changhua County, Taiwan
-Sydney, Australia
-The Dalles, Oregon, USA
-Ashburn, Virginia, USA
-Moncks Corner, South Carolina, USA
-São Paulo, Brazil
-London, UK
-Frankfurt, Germany
-Jurong West, Singapore
-Tokyo, Japan
-Mumbai, India

You’ll never have to worry about slow speeds because you are in direct control of where your website is hosted, meaning you get localized speeds that are backed by Google themselves.

And in the case where something does go wrong, who do you trust more to get your hardware back online? The Google Cloud!

The answer is easy

I’m not a tech guy, but when they told me that my individual WordPress website was being hosted in its isolated container, that sounded good. They told me that they used LXD managed hosts and LXC software, but honestly, that kind of terminology was beyond my paygrade.

The thing that sold me was that I was being provided a dedicated service that was 100% private. I didn’t have to worry about my customer’s data being leaked because my server will be secure.

Sounds good, right? What’s the catch?

You do have to pay for Kinsta. They offer tiered plans starting at $30 a month for smaller websites.
The other plans include:

$60 per month for 2 installs, 40,000 visits, 6GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$100 per month for 3 installs, 100,000 visits, 10GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$200 per month for 10 installs, 250,000 visits, 20GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$300 per month for 20 installs, 400,000 visits, 30GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$400 per month for 40 installs, 600,000 visits, 40GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$600 per month for 60 installs, 1,000,000 visits, 80GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN
$900 per month for 80 installs, 1,500,000 visits, 120 GB of storage, and a free SSL & CDN

Their plans may seem pricey, especially if you are a smaller business. I get that. But $30 a month for a smaller website is fair if the hosting is top notch, and upgrading to a larger plan takes a few clicks to do.

My Verdict – 5/5

Don’t penny pinch and settle for a budget host. When you do, you get a budget host and that will hurt your website.
Your website needs to be online 24/7, especially if you are selling products. Pay a few extra dollars to get a quality host.

I give Kinsta a 5/5 because of their reliability and dedication to the WordPress platform.

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Examples Of How Graphics Compact Lengthy Explanations

When you have large chunks of information to convey to your visitors, using imagery gives you the opportunity to make that information easier to understand. It takes far less time for someone to absorb information presented in a symbol than it does when they’re forced to read about it word-by-word.

The internet is full of examples of poorly documented instructions and written explanations. Users are plagued with too much information, incomplete information, signs in the wrong location, and ambiguous language.

There’s an equal amount of poor visual communication, but that’s because symbols need to be carefully designed and developed for maximum efficiency. You can’t just pay someone five bucks to create your image and expect a masterpiece in return.

Colors play a role in communication as well; colors can capture attention or drive it away. The construction of the wrong color combination on your blog can turn readers off.

Symbols quickly convey complex instructions

This basic fact can be seen on the roads where symbols describe what vehicles and pedestrians can and can’t do; instructions that would take a driver too long to read when spelled out. Road signs also communicate to drivers what’s ahead, so they can prepare to be in the correct lane.

For instance, these complex road signs use long arrows to indicate where each lane leads, and tells the driver what lane they need to be in when approaching a roundabout/rotary. The same type of symbol is used in GPS so the driver knows which lane they need to be in to maintain their course. When a freeway has four lanes but only the far-left lane will take the driver to their destination, only that lane is highlighted so the driver knows to stay in that lane.

The use of symbols as instructions is also seen in user manuals, although some companies are better at designing these manuals than others. When the imagery is done right, the symbols convey tiny nuances words can’t describe. For example, when you’re putting a piece of furniture together, accurate images depicting how the pieces fit together is more efficient than trying to figure out ambiguous or unfamiliar terminology.

People are hard-wired for visual processing

According to Canva, approximately 20% of your brain is devoted to vision – the visual cortex – and that system “reaches out and interacts with at least half of your brain, sending electrical impulses all over the place.”

Color plays a big role in capturing visual attention, and that’s why marketers focus on it. Citing a 2009 study from the University of Berkeley in California, Canva also explains that colors like blue and green are interpreted as safe, while red is interpreted as dangerous.

Color consultant Leslie Harrington comments on the power of color: “Color is a universal, nonverbal language, and we all intuitively know how to speak it. What color you paint your walls isn’t just a matter of aesthetics. It’s a tool that can be leveraged to affect emotions and behavior.”

You can use color to influence people’s perception and behavior. Marketers, artists, and interior decorators do it all the time.

Colors support visual communications

Colors heavily support symbols in conveying complex messages. For example, this page discussing the safety of natural herbs compared to pharmaceuticals uses both red and green to convey degrees of safety. Colored meters are used to rate the potency of each substance on a scale from mild to extreme.

According to the visual meters, all pharmaceuticals have a red background while all-natural herbs have a green background.

When your content is often misunderstood, as is the case with the healing power of natural herbs, using colors to support your symbols is important.

Visual communication isn’t limited to infographics

Infographics are popular, but they’re not the only way to convey important messages. Icons, which have been around forever, were invented to replace words. Ted speaker and relationship coach Bruce Muzik uses large icons in the middle of his website to navigate to his blog, his coaching program, or to hire him as a speaker. What’s powerful about his icons is that all three icons depict hearts, representing his heart-centered approach to his work.

Communicating your message isn’t only about information

You could have a genius, 10-page report that answers every possible question anyone could think of, and most people will still prefer the condensed version in the form of an image. Efficient communication isn’t about conveying all of the information; it’s about conveying small chunks of information quickly and clearly.

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Need a FAQ for Your Site or Blog? Check the WordPress FAQ Plugin

If you own a website, you understand that there are so many plugins, apps, and services looking to suck you in.
With limited resources, you can’t afford to try them all.

I understand that struggle, I’ve felt it too.

After building my website on WordPress, I became frustrated with how many plugins I had installed. I’m not a coder, I don’t excel at it, and I need plugins to help me overcome this hurdle.

Sadly, not all plugins are created equal. Several of them even failed to deliver on what they were designed to do. How useless.

Then I found Heroic FAQs

Creating a “frequently asked questions” section is important. It allows you to address your customers concerns, add rich content in the form of answers, and they make your website appear full.

In the eyes of Google, this is all good stuff.

Why Heroic FAQs?

For me, I like Heroic FAQs because it does its job. It comes with a lot of features, you don’t need to know how to code, and it is really simple to set up. Best of all, it was created by the HeroThemes team.

Some of the plugins great features include:
-An intuitive drag and drop interface
-One-page editor allows you to edit all FAQs on one page.
-Easy to use visual editor
-Allows you to add FAQs on any page
-Comes with 5 styles
-Images and videos can be added to FAQs
-Drag and drop designer
-FAQs look good on all devices

Here’s what I did
I use my FAQ section to plug additional keywords for SEO purposes. Heroic FAQs makes this process easy and takes away a lot of the design and coding headaches.

You don’t have to worry about coding or theme errors because Heroic FAQs seamlessly integrated with your existing website and making edits is simple.

Heroic FAQs only has one flaw in my books

If you only own one website, it’s a bit pricey at $49 for the basic version. For entrepreneurs with more websites, the Professional version will allow for 3 installs for $69, while the Business version allows for 10 installs for $149.

Most themes cost around $49, making this an expensive plugin.

It does its job really well.

Price aside, I highly recommend Heroic FAQs if you manage a WordPress website and need to design and build a FAQ section.

This plugin provides a lot of utility, and unlike other plugins, it actually does what it advertises really well.

My Score
Based on my experience with the plugin, I give it a solid 8/10. The only reason I didn’t give it a perfect score is because of the price.

The Good:
-It comes with a lot of features
-Building your FAQs is easy with the drag and drop builder
-Boost your SEO scores with additional content
-Responsive design

The Bad:
-The price
-It’s another plugin to add to your WordPress website

This plugin works. If you are worried about the price, try a demo out and see if it is a good fit for your website. You can grab it or read details here.

Original post: Need a FAQ for Your Site or Blog? Check the WordPress FAQ Plugin

How to Write Post Blog Posts That Rank Well

Everyone wants their blog posts to be seen. That’s only normal. But only a few understand what makes the difference between a blog post that ranks well and one that doesn’t. You don’t necessarily have to be an SEO expert to write blog posts that rank consistently. Here are a few tips on how to write blog post that rank well.

Use Long Tail Keywords

If you do have some experience with SEO, you may be already familiar with long term keywords. In short, long tail keywords are variations of core keywords but with extra words attached to them. Using long tail keywords has many benefits. First, they usually have much less competition than shorter, more obvious keywords. Second, they have a tendency to rank very well because of their highly targeted nature. Don’t make the mistakes of stuffing your blog posts with tons of keywords, instead, focus on 1 or 2 core keywords and let the content flow naturally. Keyword spamming is a practice that is frowned upon by Google and won’t win you any points. Focusing on a few keywords will allow you to reach the same objective while your content remains natural. If you don’t know what keywords to use, you could work with a firm like Snap Agency that will help do the keyword research with you.

Include Links to Influencers

When building blog posts, don’t be afraid to link to other sources as well. Linking to other reputable websites not only gives your audience more material to read, but also shows them that there was some actual research involved. Nothing builds credibility like cold hard facts from reputable sources.

Use Internal Links

Internal links also play a role on how blog posts are ranked. Internal links facilitates the crawling process and allow Google bots to create a clearer sitemap. This will not only help your blog post rank, but other more obscure posts to rank as well.

Try to Go for Longer, Scannable Posts

In a time when attention spans are shorter than ever, you’d expect that shorter and easier to read posts would be winning points with search engines. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. Google still privileges longer posts, and higher-ranking articles usually have more words than those falling further down the rankings. However, make sure that the article is easily scannable by your readers. You can do that by using evocative headers that tell the full story. If your readers cannot get the gist of the article just by looking at the headers, you’re doing it wrong. Make sure that the headers are descriptive enough to give your readers at least a summary of what the article is about

Writing blog posts that rank well is truly a science. Understanding how search engines work and what they like can seem like a challenge, but is perfectly doable once you know what you’re doing. If you follow the tips outlined in this article, you shouldn’t have issues ranking your blog posts in the future.

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5 Tips for Crafting Higher Converting Long-Form Content

Any blogger or business owner can pump out a 500-word blog post and call it a day. And while there’s some immediate benefit in a short, compelling post, there isn’t a ton of long-term value. Long-form content is what you should really be investing your resources into.

What’s the Secret to High Converting Long-From Content?

Marketers are always arguing about which type of content they should invest in and which formats yield the best returns, but at the end of the day, nothing beats long-form content. It’s the answer to just about every need or marketing goal.

“Ultimately, you should create long-form content because it will get you more of what you want: more online visibility (social shares, links), more proof of your authority and industry expertise, and more material for altruistic community building and engagement,” content marketing specialist Emma Siemasko explains.

The challenge lies in creating high converting long-form content that’s engaging, not boring. In pursuit of this goal, here are a few suggestions you may find helpful:

1. Choose the Right Topic

It all starts with topic selection. If you choose a topic that’s boring or irrelevant to your audience, you’ll find it difficult to engage your readers, regardless of how you structure the post.

In order to choose the right topic, you have to know what your audience wants. Thankfully, social listening tools give marketers the ability to observe what audiences are searching for and discussing. Pay attention and they’ll point you in the right direction.

2. Craft a Compelling Intro

You’ve probably run across the statistic that says the average person now has a shorter attention span than a goldfish. While sobering, this reveals just how important it is to hook people from the very start of a piece of content.

In addition to a magnetic headline, long-form content needs a compelling introduction. You don’t have enough margin for error to start off slow. Get the reader hooked within the first couple of sentences and your conversion rate will be much healthier.

3. Provide a Table of Contents

If you have a piece of content that’s 3,000, 5,000, or 7,000-plus words, you need to consider the searchability of your article. Very few of your readers are going to start at the beginning and read all the way to completion. Most are going to skim and search for the parts that they find interesting or relevant.

Recognizing that your readers are skimmers, it’s helpful to give them some guidance. One effective technique is to implement a “table of contents” at the beginning of the article. (You can see an example in this Nutrisystem review from Training in the Bay.)

4. Use Plenty of Visuals

In today’s day and age, it’s almost impossible to produce an effective piece of long-form content without including compelling visuals. In fact, the highest converting pieces of long-form content feature a variety of different content mediums. (This article from the New York Times is a great example.)

5. Maintain a Consistent and Engaging Voice

Because most marketing teams produce long-form content in multiple sessions – as opposed to a single writing session – the end product often feels choppy. Make sure you’re prioritizing consistency in your voice and focus on seamless transitions in the copyediting process.

6. Move Past Shallow Content

Short-form content has value – in fact, social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram have made it relevant again – but from a larger digital marketing perspective, you have to move past “shallow” content and invest in long-form, information-rich content that generates leads and drives revenue.

Hopefully the tips featured in this article will help you make progress in this area.

Original post: 5 Tips for Crafting Higher Converting Long-Form Content

Launching of Crello.com – Graphic Design Making Tool

If you’ve ever tried to find help to make the perfect custom graphics for your site, social media page, or web store, you know that finding the right graphic designer is a challenge. Sometimes the top talent is far too expensive or two complex and artsy for your project. Those who are affordable might be unavailable or create work a little too sloppy for your needs.

The web has long had DIY solutions to these problems, with template-based DIY design solutions, as well as digital stock image warehouses. There are problems with both models. For the DIY design solutions, there was often more time and talent required of the home designer than was actually available. For the stock photo bunkers, it was often hard to find images that were just right. We all know how canned and phony stock images can look on professional websites. There had to be some solution.

Crello is that solution, because they combine the best of both worlds, allowing users to select from templates and stock visual content, while giving them all the easy resources they need to customize this content and make it their own. Crello hits all the right buttons, being remarkably easy and intuitive to use, powerful and versatile enough to give each user exactly what they are looking for, and with more than enough available content to get anyone started. Did we mention it’s also free?

If you were to create a custom social media post, for example, you’d start out by choosing from one of Crello’s many templates, available in a variety of styles. From here you’d stretch or shrink it to the proportions that are best for you. Your customization options are just beginning; now you’ll use filters to adjust the colors and shading of the images in the template. You would then add your own text in any appearance you desire, and move it around to the places you think it looks best. Then you can add unique touches of your own: extra images and details that make the image look like it came from a custom design source, not from a template. Crello doesn’t put watermarks on these images, so no one will know your secret, though with its ease of use and great results, we think you’ll be telling your friends about Crello.

Crello has more than 60,000,000 HD images to choose from, more than 6000 templates, and thousands of extra patterns, icons, and shapes to spice up your content. You can even create animated content with Crello, something that no one will think that you were able to get from a DIY solution. You’ll have some paid features to choose from on Crello, but its core functions are totally free. You may be surprised at just how far the free service will take you. People will mistake your work for a professional’s, and you’ll do even better work as you gain more experience and ideas.

Crello isn’t out to kill professional graphic design, but they are positioned to make excellent design much more accessible for the average person and business. With such great results easily available, you’ve got to try Crello yourself. You’ve likely already seen ads created in Crello on social media and from professional content sources. In fact, it has already been used for thousands of professional ad campaigns, and even more social media and personal website applications. Whatever you use Crello for, it’s a joy to use such a user-friendly design tool that’s beating out the competition for versatility, variety of image possibilities, and ease of use. We hope you try it soon!

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Check This Inbound Marketing Plugin for WordPress

Feel overwhelmed by inbound marketing? Many small business owners and entrepreneurs know they need marketing but lack the proper skills, time, and money to execute a complete marketing campaign. After all, every investment you make and every minute spent must have a real ROI. I’m sure many of you have found tools that could make inbound marketing a cinch, but then you saw price tag and had a minor heart attack. Let’s face it– The majority of us small business owners are busy and inbound marketing takes a lot of time. As a small business owner, I was frustrated trying to find the right plugins to help me streamline my marketing efforts.

That was until I found Inbound Brew Pro.

Inbound Brew Pro is a WordPress marketing plugin that is a comprehensive and all-in-one tool for any marketer or small business owner that needs help with their inbound marketing. The premium wordpress plugin was released last month and did not disappoint!

It’s not easy staying up to date on SEO, lead generation, Google analytics, contact forms, custom emails, drip campaigns, CTA buttons, redirects, social media, lead management… The list goes on and on! I found it to be exhausting.

Inbound Brew Pro simplifies all of those steps for you, all in one easy-to-use plugin.

Inbound Brew Pro comes packed with a lot of features that both marketers and small and medium business owners will find useful if they are too small to have a dedicated marketing department or can’t afford the other expensive marketing tools out there.

Here are a few of the Pro version features:

-Create custom “Call to Actions” to turn your users into leads.
-On-page SEO optimization lets you get the best value out of the keywords you are trying to rank for.
-Stay on top of Google updates with updated sitemaps, robot.txt files, and 301 and 302 errors.
-Connect with your social media accounts to create share buttons and posting schedules.
-Create custom landing pages and contact forms without any coding experience.
-Integrates with Google Analytics, providing you complete control over your stat tracking and easily accessible

Let’s be honest. The last thing I want to do is code when working on my website. Inbound Brew Pro solved that problem for me, providing me with several ways to customize my website without needing to worry about CSS, HTML, or JavaScript.

Another cool feature is the Google Analytics that you see directly from your WordPress dashboard, in addition to auto-post and analytics with their social media integration, prime call to actions button generators, ability to make custom forms, robust email drip campaigns, lead scoring, and a whole slew of other automated marketing tools– No code required. The best part is, the Pro plan costs $35.
Considering some companies pay entire marketing departments thousands of dollars a month to do this stuff, $35 a month seems very reasonable.

Bottom line:

Inbound Brew Pro simplifies your marketing efforts, saves you time, and generates leads.
If you are busy with the operations of your business, marketing can seem too time consuming. Still, it is one of the most important ways to advertise your business. Inbound Brew Pro is a fantastic and affordable plugin and marketing tool that will save you time and help you streamline your marketing efforts.

Original post: Check This Inbound Marketing Plugin for WordPress