Content marketing and SEO go hand in hand. When creating content for SEO, you should be focusing on the quality of the content over the quantity. Keeping that in mind, the infographic below from Brafton, explores how ...
With all of the buzz going on about Social Media, I am finding that people are shying away from SEO and Search Engine Marketing. However, the truth is that it is still very viable and should not be discarded from your marketing bag of tricks.
As a matter of fact, SEO and Social Media blend very nicely together as one feeds into the other.
Now, you don't have to be a super SEO guru to get the benefits from it. Learning how to identify high traffic keywords in your niche that you can optimize your content with is easier than you might think.
Then, by following some simple guidelines for how to structure and optimize your content, you will find that the bulk of the work is practically en-grained in the process of creating the content in the first place; once you get the hang of it.
Then, simply by sharing your content across your social networks, you can build a web of related information which will, by the nature of the internet, boost your website rankings which will cause a website to gain even more traffic.
There are plenty of places online you can learn the simple side of SEO for free. Be sure you make some time to either learn it yourself or invest some money in having someone handle it for you.
Location data platform and provider Yext has introduced a range of new data types and rich content into its PowerListing local data syndication product. The new offering is called PowerListings+ (Like Google+).
"If you think most Microformats/RDFa/Micro Data/Schemas don’t apply to your local business website — think again! While only a few of these may impact your listing in the local 7-pack or in Google Maps, your site can also attract customers via the regular, keyword search results pages; and, regular listings can and do appear on the same results pages as the 7-pack!"