January 07, 2016
Content strategy goes beyond simply publishing great content. It also encompasses the existing content on your website, and ensuring that it’s optimized from a technical SEO perspective, while also ensuring future published content abides by these technical best practices as well. For an excellent guide to technical on-site SEO elements, one can take help from on site SEO guides available on
In the wake of Google’s Panda and Penguin algorithm updates many once-popular tactics no longer work. These algorithm updates have forced online marketing strategists to rethink their SEO campaigns
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The best use of keyword data is to look for places that fill holes in a website’s overall content.
Are users within your target market looking for a certain phrase or answer for which there isn’t an applicable article or blog post?
Create a blog post, e-book, article, or white paper about it. Start by performing keyword research, then using that research to build your content strategy.
Besides understanding what real users are actually looking for, great content also shapes the user experience and the way they see and feel about a company. A regularly updated company blog with well-written, insightful blog posts will garner a reputation for publishing great content, which will attract more inbound links, social media buzz, positive branding, traffic, leads, and sales.
Compare that to a company blog that simply communicates mundane company news or events without offering insight or value to its readers.
Thinking in the mindset of the customer should always been the framework from which content is created and published. An organic vitamin company can safely assume that their customers are going to be interested in content that discusses overall health and wellness. Content should always provide a benefit or value to the reader.