Having an SEO methodology for continual creation, deployment and updating of content should not be an overlooked practice. It is important to find the right system for keyword targeting that gives you a competitive advantage. For us, iterative and incremental development processes are the core agile principles that we have applied to our SEO content strategy to achieve a competitive advantage, particularly in blog content we release.
Let’s break it down by looking at why agility is important, what it means, and how to incorporate it into your SEO content strategy.
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There is no magic pill or fairy dust that produces traffic. But there are a bunch of activities you can engage in that will produce traffic. There ARE 3 things you can do today to help grow your business. Then there are 3 more things tomorrow. The next day you could try doing 3 more things. You get the idea. Daily action puts you a step closer to your goals. So what are the 3 things you could do? Let me give you some ideas:
As you may have heard, Google recently launched a new feature called Search by Image. While experimenting with the feature, I identified three scenarios where search by image has a distinct advantage over traditional approaches for finding link opportunities
Social search, as defined by Wikipedia (everyone’s most trusted online source), is “a type of web search method that determines the relevance of search results by considering the interactions or contributions of users.” Some marketers have claimed that social search is doing away with traditional search methods and that SEO is dead in the water because of it. But social media and social search are not the magic bullet to online marketing needs. They are just one more piece in the growing arsenal of Internet marketing tools available to SEO professionals. SEO and social media should not exist in separate silos, vying for online dominance. In fact, SEO and social media marketing can be intertwined to create more online brand presence for companies than they could ever do alone.
Here are 3 examples of how social media and SEO work together:
After many months following the blog and video posts of Google's Search Quality Group big cheese "Matt Cutts" I have been making notes and decided to write down some of his confirmed statements related to SEO and Google rankings.
Want to learn how to steal your competitor’s high-quality brand traffic and redirect it to your site using Google Adwords? “Against their terms,” you say? Rubbish! I’ll show you how a black hatter did just that to a client of mine costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost traffic!
Now that Google has hit the scene with Google+, and it’s outstanding, it has a serious opportunity to achieve a unique closed loop marketing platform. For marketers, this is incredibly important and provides enormous opportunities that weren’t present before Google+ arrived. Before we hop into possible examples of what this can look like, let’s explore “closing the loop” in greater detail.
PageRank, or PR, was once the most vital element of ranking in Google. As it turns out, Google actually keeps track of your new PR every time a portion of the web is re-crawled, which – thanks to Google caffeine – means constantly. The PR for all the sites on the web is “stored on a bank of machines,” and all that data can be exported manually and posted to the Google Toolbar. Additionally, the PR data in Google is “real floats or scalers” that go well beyond just the 0 to 10 rank that the toolbar provides.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.