Marketers of all stripes are hearing more about providing unique content and value to their audiences, and how that's what Google wants to show searchers. Unique content is straightforward enough, but what exactly does everyone mean by "unique value?" What does that actually look like? In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand illustrates the answer....
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From selection to the actual research, keywords simply aren't the same beast they were five years ago. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows you how to do keyword research in 2015, ensuring you don't harm your site with obsolete tactics.
In this week's Whiteboard Friday, Rand dives into the topic of republishing and why Google rewards it so much. As an underutilized tactic in SEO and in content creation, republishing should have a place in your strategy; take the time to identify your goals and discover the process that's best for your site.
Keyword research and content creation have a major aspect in common: We can choose a wide range of topics (or keywords), from very broad to very narrow. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows us how that parallel affects the decisions we make as marketers.
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