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7 Content Marketing Lessons Learned from Losing 225,418 Visitors a Month by @neilpatel

During its peak, the KISSmetrics blog received 768,766 visitors a month and was growing at a rapid pace. Can you guess what our monthly traffic is now? We get 543,348 visitors, which means our traffic is down by a whopping 225,418 visitors. Some of the traffic drop is intentional, but some of it isn’t. Here is what I …

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Types of Shareable Content (And How to Earn Links With Them)

Content is king. Bill Gates famously said that all the way back in 1996. As true as it was back then, it is certainly true in the marketing world today. Content marketing is THE trend of the online marketing sphere right now. Because of the widespread availability of the internet and the steady improvement of …

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30 Minutes a Day: The Power of Daily Habits in Successful Content Marketing (and Life)

Staying on target is one of the biggest challenges with content marketing. Take the time to clarify your big objectives, and then shift your focus to creating a system that supports your success. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Why and how to create great content: part 2

Hello again – you must be back here because you read part 1 of this blog post a couple of weeks ago. Undoubtedly you will have been waiting patiently to learn about some of the processes we use here at White.net when looking at content creation and strategy, and luckily for you that is exactly …

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Nowhere Left to Hide: Blocking Content from Search Engine Spiders

Nowhere Left to Hide: Blocking Content from Search Engine Spiders was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. TL;DR If you’re considering excluding content from search engines, first make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. Don’t make the mistake of assuming you can hide content in a language or …

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Why Your Content Marketing Team Needs A Link Builder

Link building requires very different skills than those needed to create content. Make sure you have these very important capabilities at your disposal. The post Why Your Content Marketing Team Needs A Link Builder appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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How to Create Evergreen Content that Builds Your Business

Content moves at a breakneck pace — there are about 41.7 million WordPress posts published each month (and WordPress only accounts for about 22% of CMS usage). This high speed evolution can make content marketing seem not only intimidating, but also…futile. After all, what’s the point in creating something that’s only going to attract a …

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How To Come Up With An AWESOME Content Idea (Even When Everything Seems To Have Been Taken)

There is a common question among people these days, from book author to amateur bloggers, in particular those who are new to the medium. They want to know how it is possible to come up with an original idea anymore. Hasn’t everything been taken? With the creation of the Internet, we have been provided with …

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Common Objections against Content Marketing and What a Marketer Should Say

Content marketing is one of the biggest success stories in the global marketing industry. Everyday, thousands of pieces of content are published, all professionally planned, commissioned and measured to give brands a powerful way to reach their customers. This builds a fantastic level of loyalty, gaining sales along the way. Moreover we also seem to …

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Content Distribution Checklist: How to Make the Most of Your Content Creation Efforts

Creating interesting, engaging content is just par the course for anyone involved in marketing, website development, or pretty much anything else on the web these days. Whole careers are launched on blogs, and if you are able to capture the continued interest of readers you can pretty much solidify a place in Internet history. But …

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But I Have to Buy Links, Ads, and Exposure, Because My Customers Won’t Amplify My Content – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish We hear frequently from marketers who are frustrated that their audiences aren’t sharing their content, making them think the only way to promote their brands is to pay for exposure. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows you a new way to think about your marketing that may be just the solution. For …

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Top Tips for Measuring & Analysing Your Content

Content, content, content – it’s all anyone in SEO seems to talk about. We’re not just a company, we’re a digital publisher! Content is King! Long live content! I’m a content specialist and even I’m getting sick of it. It’s not the principle that irritates me – indeed, the principle is excellent and key to …

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What Does All Great Content Have in Common?

Why do some pieces take off like a rocket while others fizzle out? What is it that an awesome piece of content has that a mediocre or awful piece simply doesn’t? Summed up: Every strong piece of content adds value to the reader – whether that’s entertainment value, information or an emotional response. Well, duh…. …

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Why You Should Hire Journalists to be Content Marketers

In the digital age, journalists have to find alternative career paths other than writing for the traditional newspaper or a magazine. Luckily for journalists though, there are a number of jobs that can put their writing skills to good use…and content marketing just happens to be one of them. Most of the skills that are …

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Why Trello is Awesome for Content Management

Using Trello by toolmantim I should preface this post by saying that neither I, nor SEP, have any connection to Trello whatsoever. I just think it's an extremely helpful project management tool. To describe it simply, Trello is a tool that makes it easy to organize things. In my experience, Trello has helped effectively manage …

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