We hope you had a refreshing Christmas break and are back on deck, raring to go!
The start of a new year is always a good time to look ahead and make plans. January is often the month we set aside to hash out our goals for the year and imagine where we’d like to be once December rolls around.
So with that in mind, what do you want to achieve in 2019?
Perhaps you’re looking to give your sales a healthy boost.
Or launch an epic video marketing strategy.
Or create a blog that’s a go-to resource for your industry.
Or grow your business by hiring new, talented people.
Whatever your goals are for 2019, we encourage you to write them down, keep them on hand and refer to them often.
Of course, goals can’t get off the ground without action, so consider what you need to do to turn your ideas into a reality. Maybe it’s asking someone for advice, or attending a workshop or conference to strengthen your skills. Whatever it is, you can make it happen. All it takes is a spot of planning.
The Avion crew has got a lot in store for our 2019, and we can’t wait to share it with you!
Until next time,
Steph & The Avion team
P.S. Here’s this month’s content tricks and tips – hope you enjoy!
CONTENT TIPS & TRICKS
By Melinda Jennings, Avion Communications
Mel gives us the low-down on what 2018 brought to SEO, with an in-depth explanation of how specific updates changed the way we approach our content. Plus, she’s included a handy guide on what to expect for 2019. What a nice lady!
By Fran Conejos, Single Grain
If you’re still employing trusty old email marketing (hey, we are!), take a look at Fran Conejos’ take on chatbot marketing as an alternative. It’s seriously challenging the way we communicate with customers.
The Qualaroo team outline some of the top UX trends to consider this year when it comes to tech, products and services. From AI integration, to responsibility, to accessibility, this list is sure to provide some useful pointers.
By Isaac Justesen, Constant Content
In this comprehensive article, Isaac Justesen explores how blog length contributes to SEO and user experience. He gives some great advice on how to create quality, long-form content, and also explains why longer isn’t always better.