Most things in life change. As we know in digital marketing and more specifically, search engine optimization and improving your website’s ranking is always changing, in the eyes of Google. Can you blame them and their massive staff? Daily, tweaks are being made as the Google team continues to define and make their search engine the best and user-friendly that it can become. While this is great for most users of Google, it keeps digital marketing companies, businesses and content writers on the constant search for what Google is wanting to keep their websites and content ranking well.
The dilemma with how Google constantly and daily makes changes and tweaks to its algorithm will always leave ...view middle of the document...
If not, it may be time to rephrase your title to attract a more targeted audience. If your topic is too general, the content may not reach as many people as it could. The more specific the question that is answered could lead to the best viewers of your content that will take action on your website.
Provide the Best Fresh and Most Relevant Content:
Yes, it makes sense to most of us though many are not taking the time to write fresh, high quality content that will build up an audience to your site’s fan base. Google is rewarding high quality blogs and articles while discounting or not rewarding what is seen in their eyes as top content. If Google sees your content as filler or fluff, it is almost pointless to write because of Google possibly penalizing the website.
Writing daily, fresh, cutting-edge content is the position that we take, suggest and offer our clients. Some do not see from the same angle as we do, on a daily basis, but if Google is looking for websites that are producing current, fresh content, how can one go wrong with at least one piece of quality content posted to your website and social media pages? With this strategy, we also believe this will future-proof your content strategy and produce more links to your website.
The more you know about 1) topic you are writing about, 2) your readers 3) what your readers are wanting to know and 4) what is trending, will definitely help position your content for greater results.
Learn more about your content that you will be writing. There is not a single blog nor article that will tell you every detail that you need to know on the benefits or the complete look at a topic. With this in mind, as a content writer, it is important to be a reader and learn as much as you can about the content that you produce before you publish this. The more quality that you can bring to the table as a content writer, the more that the reader can gain and...