There's a science behind getting people to open your emails. One tech startup is helping companies master that. London-based marketing technology software company Phrasee uses artificial intelligence to deliver human-sounding copy for companies like eBay and Domino's. The software injects AI-optimized language into a company's email subject lines, push notifications, and ads to boost clicks and conversations from copy. And it can do it all in matter of minutes.
If you want to build your blog audience, you're going to have to get smarter with your content. According to Copyblogger, SEO is the most misunderstood topic online. But, SEO content isn't complicated, once you understand that people come first, before search algorithms. SEO firms make their money understanding these simple concepts. Thriving in your online business means that you must go beyond simply "writing content." Your content needs to accomplish two goals: first, appeal to the end-user (customers, clients, prospects, readers, etc.) and second, solve a particular problem. But, how do you create content that meets those goals? How do you create content that ranks well with Google and also persuades people? Don't worry if you can't afford an expensive SEO copywriter. You can do this following simple rules. And, that's what you're going to learn in this article. We all know what happens when you type a search query into a search engine and hit "enter": You get a list of search results that are relevant to your search term. Those results pages appear as a result of search engine optimization (SEO). In a nutshell, SEO is a method of optimizing (enhancing the effectiveness of) your content for the search engines, in order to help it rank higher than content from other sites that target the same search terms.
We've all heard the rumours: artificial intelligence (AI) is coming to take our jobs and our lives. But what impact will machine learning have on the content marketing industry? And can it really master the nuance and artistry of the written word? While still in their infancy, automated content writers are no longer unique to the realm of science fiction; they're real and available to the masses. As marketing becomes increasingly digitised, the war between human and machine is set to rage across the blogosphere.
Even the marketing world isn't exempt from the fears of automation, in fact recently we saw a story about Chase bank replacing its copywriting staff with artificial intelligence (AI). Apparently, the AI outperformed the human copywriting team in a series of tests. Obviously we might be a little biased, but we found it hard to believe that those tests reflected the real-world challenges facing copywriters--so we looked at some tests of our own. Clients will give us the best brief they can, including information about audience and key messaging. It's up to us to take that brief and fill in the gaps and produce something tangible.