Quality content will attract more customers to your pet website

This week Google announced a major crackdown on junky “content farms” — those sites filled with poorly-written articles jammed with search engine keywords… offering nothing to real people looking for real solutions online. Website Magazine reported on this important event, and gave this advice to website owners and marketers: “Hire a good writer. This public…

An important message about marketing pet products

The right messages will increase your marketing results. Your messages have the power to delight customers, help them visualize the joys of using your products and services, and clearly guide them to a purchase. Every now and then, it’s important to look at your business messages and make sure they truly resonate with your ideal customers and set you apart from all the noise out there.

To convert your pet website visitors into customers, do this.

Focus your pet business web content on 1 individual at a time. Speak to that person as if he or she is the only one looking at your website. If you follow this advice, you’ll write web content that’s conversational, natural and personally inviting. This will help you grow your online pet business, one individual at a time. Let me show you what I mean.

Marketing your pet business with content in 2011

Today I’m featuring an important article from eMarketer Digital Intelligence. It’s only “open” to non-subscribers for a short time at this link: http://www.emarketer.com/Article.aspx?R=1008070. That’s why I’m passing it along in my blog. I especially like the questions because they reflect my content-writing focus: how can your pet business use content to solve your prospect’s needs in a unique and engaging way? 🙂