Given the rapid evolution of search, content marketers cannot solely rely on historic performance data. Here are seven ways to help your content deliver better search results (and results from search) in 2022.
High rankings and lots of traffic to your content don’t cut it. You must go the extra mile to integrate your content ideation and creation processes into your brand’s sales funnel. Here are five steps to take.
Yes, rankings matter in search. But once your site is on the first SERP, are people clicking on your links? Here’s what you need to know and how to boost your CTR if it’s underperforming.
When content marketers put careful thought into internal linking processes from the beginning, they better position their content to rank more quickly.
Before you publish a content project, do your competitor and promotional research and you’ll get better results when you launch.
Google keeps changing SEO page title tags. It’s hard to predict what text the search giant will use if it modifies yours. Give your pages titles a better chance of appearing as you intended by following these suggestions.
As Google crawls your site, it searches for anchor text. Done well, that content signals relevancy and authority. Done poorly, it can sink your content in the eyes of Google (and readers).
Would you like to generate more blog traffic from search engines? Would you like new visitors to read other content on your site? You can do that with this low-hanging fruit solution.
Your content marketing strategy is incomplete without a solid distribution and promotion plan. This guide walks you through the three phases to get your content in front of your target audiences.
Optimizing for search once was as simple as sprinkling in keywords to increase the odds of the content popping higher in the result pages. Today, conversational search makes it more complicated, but it’s nothing you can’t handle.
How are you optimizing the content journey for all those search engines (yes, not just Google) and searchers? It’s no longer about providing the best answer. Read on (or watch) the newest Marketing Makers episode.
If an older blog post still brings in traffic, do you really want to get rid of it? Here’s what to consider in deciding and how to make those older URLs still effective and helpful for visitors.