Poignant, share-worthy content starts with knowing your audience. Different consumers have varying expectations when it comes to your brand’s content. Tailoring your efforts to fit your ideal target audience helps your message resonate, striking a chord with the right people at the right time. It’s critical to know what type of content speaks volumes to your audience – otherwise, you may not be speaking to anyone at all.
These days it's all about content, content, content. Companies everywhere are using content to improve their SEO, connect with customers, add value, and offer great information. But what does this really mean? What the heck is good content anyway?
Up late. Frantic. Staring at the television looking for something ... anything … to hold my attention and keep it. Minute to minute. Episode to episode. Season to Season. A journey worthy of Binge Watching to get caught up, and the impulsive purchase of the newest DVD or singular episode online to keep the fix going.
My favorite line from all the articles I’ve read about Google’s impending shift to move all keyword data to “not provided” is “Stop worrying about Google”, by Neil Patel. This shift would be Google’s continuation of their move to make some keyword data “not provided” a couple of years ago. Stopping your worry about what Google is going to do next doesn’t mean you have to like what’s going on, but it’s always good to stop worrying about things you don’t, or can’t, control. Right?
Last June we undertook a website overhaul that resulted in us placing our blog content on our homepage. This isn’t revolutionary by any stretch, but we wanted to showcase a fresh stream of content relevant to what we do as an agency; I mean after all, isn’t that what site visitors (and… ahem… Google too) want?
Today, content and content marketing are playing a central role in online brand visibility. Without a steady flow of fresh, relevant, well-written content your site will not be maximizing its search engine presence.
Content can come in many forms, all of which – if optimized – can set your site apart from competitors, giving you better online brand visibility, but perhaps even more important – a voice. A seat at the table, as they say, brings thought-leadership which goes miles toward shrinking sales cycles and converting new business.
These content ideas and more are what it takes these days. Explore our site to learn more or give us a call today to walk through countless content marketing ideas that will have you standing out from the crowd.