Author: Anna Talerico
Evergreen content is important for SEO, but does it really engage your audience? There’s a simple solution for keeping evergreen content engaging while retaining your rank: make sure your content experience evolves, even if the content itself remains evergreen. Adding a quiz, video, infographic, or other interactive element could be the update your content needs to get back in the game.
Joe Pulizzi reads every piece of critical feedback about Content Marketing World. He’s identified the big issues that you want addressed, and now shares 13 improvements planned for Content Marketing World 2017.
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To fully capitalize your content marketing, you need to click with your audience. If you don’t, your content marketing programs can’t be successful. Are you engaging in content marketing approaches that turn off your audience? Read on. Continue reading →
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Google Analytics can uncover deeper insights than standard page views and drop-off rates. Learn what questions you should ask and how to find the answers so you can gauge and optimize your content performance more effectively. Continue reading →
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We discuss Super Bowl ads, Snapchat's all-important IPO, and Medium's new subscription model. Rants and raves include the dark side of content marketing; then we wrap up with an entrepreneurial inspiration in our example of the week. Continue reading →
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The SEO world has more acronyms than you can shake a well-optimized stick at, and our communities are talking about some of the biggest ones this week. On Cre8asiteforums, we’ll talk about social media and compassion, Amazon’s strange new .bot TLD, and lending a hand to an old friend. From WebmasterWorld, we have stories about vanishing image search traffic and the difficulties involved with switching from HTTP to HTTPS. Then... [Read More...]
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