Learn how to use online content marketing to build site SEO and audience.
Cornerstone content is a concept in SEO strategy that identifies the most important pages on a website.
They are the ones with the highest-quality content as well as the ones that ideally will rank highest in search engine results. (more…)
Effective content marketing, like any type of content, often begins with a question.
The question doesn’t have to appear in the actual written content. Instead, the question should appear in the thought process that eventually leads to the article. (more…)
Contextual backlinks is one of the most basic tactics in developing better search engine optimization.
Site publishers have total control over the backlinks on their own sites that go to important articles elsewhere on the site. They have less control over external backlinks. But they may have control over one or more external sites as well. (more…)
The age of website visitors is a revealing insight about how to market that site and develop greater targeting in search engine optimization. It also may impact content.
For example, the largest age range by far for this site is 25 to 34 years old. Even though the lone publisher and writer is much older than 34 years, the results aren’t surprising. The site is about online publishing, which is a popular career for the younger generation. (more…)
Medium.com is a major content site whose business model relies entirely on subscriptions. It doesn’t have a single advertiser on it.
The statistics page in a Medium account provides one compelling insight that has much in common with YouTube statistics. (more…)
Online content development often becomes focused on what drives the most clicks to an article. But too much of a focus on clicks becomes pandering.
Pandering, which is often called clickbait in the online industry, undermines the credibility of a website. Visitors start to lose confidence in the quality of the site as a result. The practice is not much different than the old bait and switch technique. (more…)
An evergreen content strategy is a surefire way of building a site’s size, value and audience.
The term refers to articles that have a long shelf life. In other words, they may be just as useful to the reader a year from now than the day they were written. (more…)