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Content is king — and it’s everywhere you look. Today, the written word drives consumer behavior in a variety of mediums and fashions. Words are power. They tell stories, empower individuals, captivate minds, and drive business. The importance of content cannot be overstated, it’s where marketing is moving. The consumer desire is only growing as popular channels like Instagram, YouTube, Spotify, and more, are becoming a never ending menu of content optionality — connecting people and businesses. Now’s the time to fire up the content factory, and start creating.
Initial development centers around content consulting. What media assets does your brand have? What media are you producing? Who is it intended for? What story does it have to tell? What format and platform would serve the client best? Canal Digital Studio works hand-in-hand with your in-house production team to develop image, video and podcast creative content to suit your unique goals.
Brian is the founder and head auditor for House of Search, a search marketing audit company based in Orange County, CA. He has been a part of the search marketing industry for over 15 years. He cut his teeth managing search campaigns for Yahoo! back in 2005 for clients like the NHL and Equifax. He dove head-first into SEO in 2008 doing SEO work for UCLA and Disney Shopping. In 2008 he performed his first SEO Audit using an audit…
When it comes to building websites, the content is one of the most important, and often overlooked elements. When most businesses write content for their websites, they make the same mistake that most people make on their resumes. Their service pages tend to be descriptive of what they do. That is an important element, but in most cases, that is where content ends. In order to have content that ranks well in the search engines AND performs well to capture new customers, it must be user-driven, unique, in-depth, on-topic, and compelling. We cover this in length in our SEO process. The main point is, you have to connect your value to your customer in a way that search engines will recognize, and we have a great solution for that.
Smart Keyword-based Content Recommendations paired with holistic brand messaging to keep your clients connected to your brand.
Depending on whom you ask, creating content – that is, blog posts, services pages, press releases, and such – with Google in mind can be an extremely important thing to do or a terrible thing to do.
Those who would call it important are likely thinking along the lines of using your website content to show Google that your page (and your company and website) are relevant to certain keywords. If you create your content in a way that makes it easy for Google to read, you have a better chance of showing up in search results when someone searches for what your page discusses.
On the other hand, the critics of SEO-focused content creation would argue that by creating content “for Google,” you’re sacrificing the actual informational value and natural readability for a real live human. Compare these two short paragraphs:
Example 1: “Looking for men’s basketball sneakers? We have the best men’s basketball sneakers from Nike, Adidas, Puma, And1, and other top men’s basketball sneakers brands.”
Example 2: “Looking for an advantage on the court? Check out our selection of men’s kicks, including the freshest styles from Nike and others. Get ready to break some ankles!”
Both examples are approximately the same length. Both deliver the same basic message. But Example 1 sounds unnatural, with that same keyword phrase (“men’s basketball sneakers” forced into the text three separate times, along with the SEO-favorite term “best” and a number of specific brand names. Will Google know what your page is about? Yes, it’s pretty obvious. Will someone be excited to read it? Meh.
Example 2 is much more natural sounding. A human looking for men’s basketball sneakers will read it and understand it, and likely they will be confident it was another human, not a robot, who wrote it. But what happens to your SEO when you’re not maximizing the use of specific words and phrases people might be searching for on Google?
In the earlier days of SEO, this was a real concern. Google (and other search engines) really did give preferential treatment to content that more closely matched the exact searches people were doing. That’s where this whole trend shown in Example 1 started. Fortunately, the logic and technology behind the algorithms has evolved.
Without getting into the SEO jargon and acronyms like EAT, NLP, and BERT (feel free to ask for more info), Google & co. are much, much better at figuring out what content is about even if it uses different wording than what the user searches. In fact, it’s in Google’s best interest to serve its users the content most likely to provide the information they’re seeking, so if your naturally worded blog post does a better job of that than someone else’s robo-nonsense, you’ll rank better — on that specific factor anyway.
There are still a lot of other considerations when it comes to optimizing your website and content. Highway One Marketing believes in making your website experience ideal for your users first, and then giving Google some extra hints and information when and where it’s effective and won’t sacrifice quality.
Our content department excels at producing targeted blog content to support promotional activities and boost your website’s search engine optimization. All blogs include keyword targeting and on-page SEO.
Honed is the SEO freelance platform for Matt Wright and his small SEO team. Matt’s 9+ year career in SEO has allowed him to work with many household brands such as Cancer Research UK, VW, The Telegraph and British Airways. He started his career in editorial, working directly for a broadsheet journalist. He then moved on to SEO and Paid Search – freelancing full-time now for 3 years. He has worked in very senior positions at digital agencies, and has…
Sam McRoberts is the founder of VUDU Marketing, an SEO consulting firm that specializes in in-depth SEO audits and strategies. Sam has been in the digital marketing industry for over 20 years, and has worked with hundreds of clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies (Amazon, Microsoft, and HTC, to name a few). If your goal is to increase high-converting traffic to your website, as efficiently as possible, then look no further. Recent highlights: – Helped to increase organic…
Need more customers? The key is to be relevant and easy to find online. At Creative Graphics, we create custom digital marketing services to help clients get more customers and engage their current ones. Many marketing companies refuse to share their tactics, but we are completely transparent with our efforts each month. We’ll be an extension of your team and will seek your input on all strategies. Our Core Digital Marketing Services Include: – Custom website design and development – SEO…
Starting out as a content-writing agency, Wallaroo has literally been built through the efforts of our amazing team of writers. We work with you to fine-tune and replicate your brand voice so we can both communicate clearly to your target market.
We provide strategy, content calendars, asset creation (blogs, white papers, lead generation magnets, infographics, etc.), tracking, and reporting.
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We recommend speaking with multiple agencies to verify that they have the experience you require and that you like speaking with them. Culture fit between you and your agency is the unspoken factor we find that determines if an engagement will be successful. We then recommend that you conduct longer strategy sessions (about an hour) with 2-4 agencies to dive deeper on your needs with their team.
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