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How do you make your content stand out from the rest? The teams at LookBookHQ and Beutler Ink believe it’s through telling great stories – and not only have they put together some compelling stats on content consumption online, but they’ve included lots of useful tips on effective storytelling to make your content stand out.
Hi. Today we’re going to be talking about creating a content marketing strategy. Now, before we start, a few quick questions: Are you creating content? Do you have a strategy? Is it working? If the answer to those questions is no, keeping watching, because today we’re going to give you a top level overview of the things that you need to include in your own content marketing strategy.
The modern digital landscape is forever changing. The growing number of marketing channels and services means that for any business it’s difficult to know where to start, and which service is the most effective at delivering a good ROI. That’s precisely why integration is key for your next digital campaign, which we’ll be looking at today.
There’s a lot of Content Marketers who advocate content repurposing, and rightly so; it’s a great way of being resourceful and getting more out of your content. To make the most of everything you create I’ve compiled my best practice tips.
A new year in digital, and there are many more talking points for Content Marketing. With January almost a distant memory what better way to plan the rest of the year than by reading what the experts will be doing as part of their Content Strategies this year. Well, that’s exactly what we’ve done.
Hi. Today we’re going to be talking about tips for creating Hummingbird-friendly content marketing. Now, Hummingbird was an algorithm update created at the back end of last year. Simply put, it enables Google to better understand concepts and complex search queries as opposed to just keywords. Now what does this mean to us content marketers? Well, it means two things. First of all, it means the content we create really needs to be focused and centered around the user. So it needs to be focused on user intent. We’ll be looking at a lot of things like search queries and that type of thing. Secondly it means that we need to provide a lot more rich context for Google to better understand and rank that content.
How do you measure the success of your content marketing or blog? Page views, rankings, earned links, conversions, sales or other? Whatever metric you decide to use, it needs to be related to the overall goal of the piece.
With that in mind, have you ever considered comments as a way of measuring the success of your content?
This year’s Content Marketing Show takes place at London’s Logan Hall and features sixteen talks that cover a variety of hot topics including strategy, personas and creating content for social. We will be updating this post throughout the day with key takeaways from each of the talks, so be sure to check back.
Hi. Today we’re going to talk about content marketing for local SEO. We’re going to look at who to target, where to find ideas, local content types as well as how to measure your efforts. So let’s kick off with who to target.