Article Written by : Quadra Design
Gated content is when we ask a visitor for something, like an email address or to fill a form, before allowing access to certain content. You will come across this all over the web, with lots of content behind walls of some form. The gated content is easy to identify, with a button that says “Download Now” or something similar. According to Starfleet Media, respondents to a survey said that they keep 80% of their content gated. The question is, should content be gated?
Supporters of gated content say that it helps generate sales leads, reflects the value of the content and filters out those who are just browsing. This is a common argument many make against
people’s expectation that everything on the internet should come free.
There are those that do not think any content should be gated. They reason that by doing you build trust with prospects and viewers, remove road blocks for consumers and as a side effect will improve SEO.
Then there is the question of what should and should not be gated. Examples of content that could and should be gated are: webinars, demos, live content, white papers, downloadable books, quotes, newsletters, etc. On the other hand content like blogs, videos, podcasts, tips, infographics and archives.
Ultimately, the decision of what to gate and when will depend on the vertical, the content in question and the marketing plan. Regardless, it is a tool that can and should be used to further market the brand.
Written by Gelato Products
Gelato makers will often be looking out for good quality suppliers to supply wafers, cones, and gelato cups. However, making gelato also requires some equipment to ensure that gelato makers can make good quality gelato. Here is a list of items required for gelato production.
Pasteurizing Machine – It is important to invest in a pasteurizing machine, to produce gelato that is safe and hygienic.
Batch freezer – This stage involves the mixture turning from liquid to solid. The freezer will blend the mixture pushing air through it. The process will make the gelato consistent and creamy.
Blast chillers – It is important to follow batch freezing with blast chilling to freeze the product. A good quality blast chiller should reach temperatures as low as -35°C.
Making, storing and presenting gelato –Once the gelato is made it should be kept in refrigerators. There are two main methods of storage, and they are cabinets and counters (tub units and showcases).
Refrigerator cabinets – A good refrigerator should be set to above or below zero temperature, depending on the temperature outside and the amount of stock inside.
Products for serving gelato – To serve your gelato you will need tasting spoons, plastic yogurt spoons, bowls, tubs, cones, and napkins.
Gelato Products is one of the premier Los Angeles wholesale frozen yogurt suppliers of gelato cups and spoons and other products for Gelateria owners.