Posts by reyvillar1


Call to Action (CTA)


Posted By on Aug 1, 2014

What is a Call to Action (CTA)? The “call to action” or CTA has been a core requirement of effective marketing for nearly a century. For many copywriters and marketers, the call to action is what pulls together an article, email, advertisement, commercial, mailer or landing page. With the advent of online and digital marketing, the importance of the CTA has grown because marketers can now easily test the effectiveness of CTAs – as...

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Article Marketing


Posted By on Jul 27, 2014

What is Article Marketing? A subset of content marketing, article marketing is a type of marketing strategy that typically relies on publishing favorable or reputation-enhancing articles (or article snippets) about an organization, person, product, brand or event — on third-party websites. Article marketing campaigns are often launched with the following objectives: Gain wider recognition for the target organization, author,...

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NoFrames Tag


Posted By on Jun 3, 2014

What is a NoFrames tag? The noframes tag is an HTML element that had been available for browsers and web bots that did not support frames. However, the noframes tag and the related frame and frameset elements are not recognized by HTML 5.0, because they can have an adverse effect on accessibility and usability. The primary use of the noframes tag was to provide a message or some alternative content for browsers that did not support...

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Hard Bounce


Posted By on May 29, 2014

What is a Hard Bounce? In email marketing, bounces refer to emails that the recipient is unable to receive, which results in an error (also known as a “bounce”) message from the intended recipient’s email server. A hard bounce is a relatively permanent error, which means that repeated attempts to send the same email to the same email address will result in the same error message. Often, a hard bounce refers to...

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Content Farm


Posted By on May 8, 2014

What is a Content Farm? Sometimes called a content mill, a content farm is a website (and business model) that generates high volumes of web content for the purpose of gaining revenue through search engine optimization (SEO). Content farms typically produce or collect articles, primarily on a topics that are popular among search engine users. However, content farms may also produce or include infographics, videos and other types of...

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