When people first hear about using pre-written articles, many immediately think that articles will be used for a website and specifically for SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). Whilst many purchasers do in fact use their content for a website and or SEO, this is not always the case. Here we discuss many other pre-written article uses. […]
Congratulations on becoming a Partica Partner, and to help you succeed, we want to confirm up front exactly how it works and what 12 months means. Am I only signing up for 12 months? You can be a Partica Partner for as long as you like. You are not restricted to a certain timeframe, and […]
You’ve just spent all that time putting together your latest email newsletter. But don’t hit send just yet! Here are five things you should check before sending out your newsletter to make sure you’ve checked all the boxes.
With more than 60 per cent of the world’s population on social media, sharing your articles to those platforms has become more vital in your search for clients and to increasing your brand awareness. But your audience, which consists of your past, current and potential clients, don’t just live on social media, they’re also using email. Knowing how to share your articles to social media and in email can help you improve your digital marketing strategy and make your communications more engaging.
You’ve already partnered with Partica for access to our collection of high quality and royalty-free content to help solve your clients’ article writing and content marketing woes. But, how should you go about promoting that partnership to earn 20 per cent commission when you introduce your clients to our extensive library in the next 12 months? We’re going to show you how you can promote your partnership with Partica and earn up to 60 per cent commission as an affiliate every time a client of yours purchases an article.
Did you know that the more you tell people about your partnership with Partica, the more potential income you could make? When you introduce past, present and future clients to the Partica content library, you can earn up to 60 per cent commission on every article they purchase in the next 12 months. On top of that, partnering with Partica gives you the opportunity to multiply your website services, sales and profits, and give your clients access to thousands of professionally written articles for their content marketing strategy. So, how can you effectively market this partnership to your clients and help them see the positives you do?
It’s a myth that has circulated the internet for years, but Google does not punish for duplicate content. Instead, Google rewards unique content and content that adds value to internet users. But Google can penalise low-quality or deceptive content when content is used for an irresponsible purpose or with malicious intent. Duplicate content, however, is often not manipulative and is commonplace on the internet. So, what does Google do when it comes to duplicate content?
If you’re creating content for social media, you know that one of the main challenges you face is having your message heard above the noise and getting more eyes on your posts. As social media algorithms increasingly move towards relevance-based content, businesses must continually refine their tactics in creating high quality content and sharing it at the best possible time for enhanced engagement. Knowing how and when to post on every social platform is one important way to stay a step ahead of the competition.
Buying an article online makes uploading content to your website or social media accounts quick and easy, without spending the time and money on researching and writing it yourself. But while it’s easiest to download an article and upload it straight onto your website, it’s always best to edit it to suit your unique brand needs. It’s not difficult to edit the content you purchase to suit your brand voice or audience, but there are few key points you should consider.
Have you ever sat down at your computer and Googled ‘how to write a blog’? You might benefit from hiring a copywriter. Copywriting is a specific skill which can help present your business in a new light, draw out the key benefits of your products and services, and communicate that to your clients and potential customers. So, if you’re considering hiring a copywriter to help with your next sales letter, brochure, website, or marketing project, there are a few things you need to know before you do.