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The architectural structure of your piece can provide clarity -- and help in hidden ways as well.
While business owners call in SEO experts, ask their friends for freelance referrals and even search through the latest content-dating sites, finding quality writers to produce content may just be right under their nose.
With consumers' attention span shrinking by the second, companies need to think quickly. One solution is micro-content.
With every site jumping on the content-marketing bandwagon, it can be challenging to get your content noticed. But if you keep your focus on your customer, you can stand out from the crowd.
Startup's streaming of live TV content on the internet will be at the center of a Supreme Court case soon.
Often, the marriage of a great headline with the perfect image -- or even a compelling image alone -- generates the most sales or traffic for a story. Here we take a look at a few great examples -- both past and present.
Entrepreneurs often spend a lot of money trying to stand out from the crowd. But one simple (and inexpensive) trick can help you gain attention from consumers.
Facebook is rolling out a streamlined version of its Pages feature that will allow administrators to keep an eye on the social performance of competing businesses.