Courtney Feairheller

Courtney is the content writer at Stratus Interactive, where she is responsible for writing original, thought-provoking blog posts on a variety of topics. Courtney has been writing stories since she was a wee little one and has experience in B2B and B2C content marketing in addition to SEO.

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By Courtney Feairheller

Inbound Marketing

6 Podcasts That Will Make You a Better Marketer in 2017

Reading all the best digital marketing blogs, subscribing to the top marketing newsletters and following influencers on social media - these are all undeniably effective ways to keep up with marketing trends and get the creative juices flowing.

By Courtney Feairheller

Inbound Marketing

5 Ways to Never Run Out of Blog Ideas

It happens to the best of us. You pour a cup of coffee, settle down into your chair, your fingers poised and ready to strike the keys and nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. You draw a complete blank.

By Courtney Feairheller

SEO

5 Reasons Your SEO Campaign Isn't Working (And What to Do About It)

Back in its infancy, search engine optimization (SEO) meant over-optimizing or stuffing as many keywords as possible on your webpages. SEO has come a long way since then.

By Courtney Feairheller

Lead Generation

4 Holiday Marketing Mistakes to Avoid This Season

The holiday season is here. For many people, that means binge watching holiday movies, consuming large amounts of raw cookie dough (one of my guilty pleasures...), and scrambling last minute to find the perfect gift in a massive crowd of people trying to do the same thing.

By Courtney Feairheller

Inbound Marketing

5 Phrases Secretly Sabotaging Your Marketing Emails

Writing an email to potential customers should be a piece of cake. After all, you write emails every day to coworkers, friends and family. And, if you’re like me, you practically live in your email and check it as soon as you wake up, right before you go to bed and even dream about checking email. It should be second nature to draft emails for your target audience, right? Not exactly.