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How is your Content Marketing strategy fairing? If Google’s Panda algorithm update had you in a bit of a quandary, then I’ve no doubt Penguin really kicked you when you were down. Does that sound right? Well this doesn’t have to be the case; it doesn’t have to be the case at all.
The value of content couldn’t be greater. Whether it’s for SEO Social Media or Brand purposes, it seems as though Copywriters and Content Marketers are in high demand. However, there’s a hidden cost to cutting corners and creating poor quality content. Let’s take a look.
During my relatively short time working in SEO (or Digital Marketing to be precise) I’ve become slightly perplexed with wannabe ‘SEO rockstars’. What’s the point in them? And why are some SEOers hell-bent on becoming the next big thing? Here’s what I’ve discovered.
Don’t you just hate spending hours and hours creating good quality content, only for you to put it online and nobody see it or very few people see it? Well, that doesn’t have to be the case. It doesn’t have to be the case at all. My name is James Perrin, and I’m actually an SEO copywriter here at Koozai. Today we’re going to talk about content marketing success stories.
This week sees London host the long awaited Olympic Games. With the event being dubbed as the first truly Digital games, it got me thinking; Digital Marketing has truly changed the way sport is consumed, packaged and sold to consumers. Let’s take a closer look at what I mean.
Something that has plagued the world of SEO for years is the use of negative publicity. Whether it’s to secure strong backlinks or to just generate a bit of online buzz, people have used negative publicity for years. However, more often than not, it never quite works out as expected, not in the long run anyway.