Posts tagged with Beginner's Guide


10 Econsultancy blog posts that will make content writers more employable

If you're new to marketing, perhaps a graduate who knows how to write but has no digital or office experience, getting that first role can be difficult.

Thankfully, some of the basics of digital marketing are easier than ever to understand (and implement).

Here's a list of 10 Econsultancy blog posts that will help to shape your approach to applications, interviews and day one as a content writer.


A content manager’s practical guide to doing just enough SEO

As a writer and ‘content person’ I have often been daunted by SEO but known that doing it is important to my survival.

The theory of SEO and learning about its latest developments seem easy enough but it can be scary to think ‘"right, I’m going to do some actual SEO today."

Well having done what I consider to be the basics for a little while, I thought I’d share them.


49 email marketing tips for beginners

It’s strange to think that email is still such an important tool for marketers, and in fact business people of all types, when there is so much technology at our fingertips now. 

I’m pretty sure the only people who communicate via email outside of the commercial world are my parents, but for marketers around the world this platform is still going strong. 


What is customer lifetime value (CLV) and why do you need to measure it?

In this article I'll ride into the dusty, obfuscated world of marketing phrases, acronyms and buzzwords and try to make sense of it all in the clearest language possible.

Which means I should probably stop using words like ‘obfuscated’.

Following on from yesterday’s guide to single customer view, let’s take a look at customer lifetime value (CLV).


A 20-step starter’s guide to using Twitter efficiently

While you might imagine that everybody in the world now uses Twitter, the reality is somewhat different. 

Even in the internet industry there remains something of a Twitter vacuum. I have spoken to at least half a dozen people in the past few days who haven’t yet set up an account, for one reason or another.

I’m not saying Twitter is for everybody, or is right for all brands, but we find it useful and many of the people I’ve been talking to would benefit from using it. 

So for the purposes of any further ‘how do you do it?’ discussions I thought it would be a good idea to explain how I (currently) use Twitter. There are of course a hundred ways of skinning a cat, and I’m quite sure that there are lots of far more advanced Twitterers out there, but this works for me...