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Almost Awesome Blog Posts | How To Find And Fix Them

Almost Awesome Blog Posts | How To Find And Fix Them | Content and SEO | Scoop.it
This is a specific process for using Google Analytics to find good blog posts and make them great. This process is a much better use of your time than writing another article.
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How Consumers Use Local Search on Their Mobile Phones

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Mobile - The top two local categories that consumers search for on their phones are shopping and food/beverage, and the least searched for category is construction, renovations, and repair, according to a ...
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Why the half-life of a Pinterest pin is thousands of times longer than a tweet or Facebook post

Why the half-life of a Pinterest pin is thousands of times longer than a tweet or Facebook post | Content and SEO | Scoop.it
"Sure, you get 70 percent of your clicks in the first two days," Pinquora CEO Shara Verma told me last week. "But there's a huge long tail. Clicks kept coming all the way for 30 days, and even beyo...
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12 Reasons Why Hitting Publish is Only the Beginning of Content Marketing

12 Reasons Why Hitting Publish is Only the Beginning of Content Marketing | Content and SEO | Scoop.it

Excellent tips for enhanced blog success... Most of us think our job is done after we hit the “Publish” button on WordPress. We take a deep breath, sit back in our chair, and congratulate ourselves on another article well done. Then we go back to pulling out what’s left of our hair, worrying about how to build more links. While we pull out our hair, though, we miss the Penguin and Panda memo: Content Marketing IS link building. By now you should already understand the limitless value of high quality content. I hope you understand that publishing lots of low or medium quality articles won’t help and that buying links or joining blog networks will only result in grief in the short or long term. The article you’ve just published should be full of actionable “gems” that will answer questions that your buyer personas are asking about your brand, industry or service. You’ve given them something of supreme value. And now the real work begins. Your job is not done after you publish your post. Publishing marks the beginning of the most important aspect of content creation: outreach and promotions. 12 Steps to take after you have written a new blog post....


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Kristina Aston's curator insight, June 13, 2013 3:14 AM

The real work does begin after you hit publish! Thanks for these tips.

Suneeta ITBP's comment, June 13, 2013 4:36 AM
excellent work!!!
Jeff Domansky's comment, June 13, 2013 6:03 PM
Kristina, Suneeta, glad the tips were useful