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With so many of us creating content how do you actually create something with value that will stand out and offer value for your audience? Content can be the perfect catalyst for encouraging followers, conversions, and traffic, but in order for it to do so, it needs to be utilised in the best way possible. So with this in mind, here are five ways you can add value to your own content.
In a previous blog post, I wrote about the importance of carrying out research during the initial construction stages of your content strategy (see Why Research Should Be A Fundamental Part Of Your Content Strategy). As your strategy starts to come together and your ideas become set in stone, the next phase of the overall content process is to actually create the content.
After attending the 2013 Content Marketing Show last week, I noticed that there was a common theme throughout a number of the presentations. This theme wasn’t just “content”, as this would be the obvious, albeit most relevant choice, but instead how do we actually add value to the content that we create?
The Content Marketing Show took place today in Logan Hall near Russell Square, London. With 17 speakers included on the full line up, the one day conference provided some great insights concerning all things content, including social media, online PR, SEO and of course the all-important content marketing strategy.
Creating a detailed and thorough content strategy will take time, although making the effort to do this in the first place will bring its own rewards. Within your overall strategy, there will be a number of areas that you will need to address, from how to promote the content once it’s been created, how to measure its success and of course, undertaking the correct level of research before you get started.
When it comes to content, there are a number of ways to generate links back to your site. Although this is obviously one of the primary functions of SEO, in order to help your site gain better rankings in the search pages, these methods have naturally and inevitably evolved over time.
With social signals and content at the forefront of SEO, an onsite blog can really help you push forward in these areas. My name’s John Waghorn, and today I’m going to be looking at the benefits of an onsite blog or a website blog.
In an industry where you will be working with clients and helping to push their marketing campaigns in the right direction, it’s important to maintain a strong client relationship from the start. This principal applies to all forms of marketing and goes beyond just this sector alone. Whether it’s SEO, advertising, PR or content marketing, a decent relationship between both you and the client will certainly bring its advantages.
Yesterday Kelvin Newman laid down the gauntlet for “great content” and it’s one of those buzzwords within the world of digital marketing that we hear time and time again, along with a host of other variations. So today we take a look at how SEO has moved with the times, and why the “build great content” view has gained more relevance, becoming central to any successful campaign.
As the lead singer and guitarist of a local band, Welcome Pariah, I, like many other musicians out there, know how hard it can be to make a sustaining impression in the music industry. However, I also understand the significance and power that the Internet can provide in helping to get your name out there and get your music heard across the globe. But where do you start?
As most people have observed, the SEO landscape has evolved significantly within the last few years. Although this was always perceived as inevitable, given that technology develops and search engines look to improve their algorithms, it’s a trend that is bound to happen again in the near future. Older tricks and techniques which were once at the forefront of SEO have become redundant and newer methods have emerged in their place.