Nov 1, 2012
30 for 30 – The Ultimate Case Study
I would like to announce the beginning of a very exciting case study that we are going to run for the entire month of November 2012. We’re calling it “30 for 30.” The goal of 30 for 30 is simple – create a detailed case study on how 30 blog posts in 30 days can improve website traffic and user engagement.
We will be creating 1 blog post every day for the next 30 days on InnovationSimple.com. These posts will revolve around marketing-based topics that we find interesting and helpful to others. From start the finish, we will be carefully researching which topics draw the most attention and also the increase in traffic to our website.
The very core of inbound marketing is the development and distribution of amazing content on a consistent basis. This is what leads to a powerful online reputation and also high rankings in Google over a long period of time.
To Paint the Picture….
Hubspot, a leader in inbound marketing software, recently released some great information on how consistent blogging increases Web traffic. Pamela Vaughan of Hubspot states that “companies that blog 15 or more times per month get 5X more traffic than companies that don’t blog at all.” Here’s some visualization:
Join us over the next 30 days, as we embark on this journey to show the empirical results from implementing one of the most fundamental internet marketing techniques. We hope this case study will help aid in propagating the effectiveness of Internet marketing strategies and show how even the simplest forms of internet based marketing can generate huge results!
The results of this case study will be published here and elsewhere with graphs, analytics and other visual metrics for your viewing pleasure.
30 for 30 is something any business could benefit from and we felt that we should be the leader to show the way.
The time for these types of marketing strategies is now. We will continue to help lead the way
… welcome to marketing managed.