Guest blogging is certainly one of the most popular link building strategies for the past decade – and is still so. But it is also one of the most undervalued marketing practices, as many marketers only see it as a tool for mainly improving a website’s organic search rankings.
There are two ways to succeed in content marketing: Be the first one to break a story. Or be the best one to tell it. The latter is where a?10x content happens. ?By providing content 10x better than what is currently out there for a certain topic. Apart from offering a great product/service, content is […]
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Millions of web content get published every day – from blog posts, videos, podcasts, image-based up to interactive content.
Standing out in the content game (in any industry) will obviously become tougher to be consistently accomplished, considering that there could be thousands of newly published content in your space each day (which will possibly grow even further in the coming years).
By now, we’ve all come to terms with the fact that it’s practically impossible to succeed in SEO without having great content. After the Panda, Penguin, and anti-guest blogging initiatives from Google depleted the proverbial SEO bag of tricks, a lot of us were compelled to take a hard look at the campaigns we were running and the tactics that we were using.
Moving up on the SERPs has become a lot more complex than just publishing keyword-laced pages and boosting them with backlinks. I believe we’ve entered the age when SEO has become a “battle of the creative,” as SEO master Benj Arriola puts it.
Content marketing has been the entire buzz since Google started to sniff out all the nasty and manipulative links over the web. Don’t worry, I won’t start with why content is so important in this line of work (yes, yes, I know that you know that content is king).
I’ve been thinking of writing this post for quite some time now, and I’ve even wrote the draft for this post while I was away for a business trip late last week.
Content marketing has grown its importance over the past couple of years in the online marketing realm. And one of the most evident factors of why brands and online marketers have started to embrace this marketing practice is the constant changes (algorithm updates) occurring in the search space.
This branch of marketing has proven its efficiency, especially in demonstrating thought-leadership and the approach’s ability to improve a business’ lead generation process.
Being an influencer has a lot of perks. Aside from being respected in your industry, it also opens a lot of opportunities for business/professional growth.
Prominence or an influential status is very important in online marketing, since it can almost always speed up the process of getting your audience/customers’ trust.
Over the years, blogs or weblogs have proven its effectiveness as a marketing tool for individuals and brands when used to communicate ideas and information.
Two apparent reasons why this platform for content publishing and community building is so effective in business marketing are its capability to easily spread awareness through interactivity and audience engagement, and its ability to influence consumers’ buying decisions.