Content marketing and SEO go hand in hand, as content and links are the two most important factors for determining search rankings. These posts will teach you how to be more effective with your content marketing.
While it may seem counterintuitive, linking to your content and informational pages is a better strategy for influencing the visibility of your product and service pages than trying to build backlinks directly to conversion pages.
Harris McMullin, Katie Wiese, and Amethyst Tagney provide a peek behind the curtain of how content links are earned at Page One Power and share how to implement similar processes in your own campaigns.
Today we're joined by David White, Director of Content Marketing at connective3. David shares his PAGES magazine article which discusses the various ways you can leverage social media to benefit digital PR and link acquisition.
Page One Power is 10 years old! It's been an incredible ride here at P1P over the last 10 years, and I wanted to take this opportunity to look back at where the company started and how it has grown and changed over this time.
If your goal is to improve the organic performance of your site, you’ll need a healthy mix of content that can consistently earn links and content that can rank for targeted keywords. You need both types of content to reliably rank new pages and be successful in search.
Links are earned by offering content of value to an actual, specific audience. Your content doesn’t “deserve” links just for existing on the web; neither does your website. Create content worth linking to, then share it with relevant websites to earn links that matter.
It’s a good idea to audit your content’s performance if you have any important SEO or broader digital marketing initiatives in the works. In this post, you'll learn how to audit content performance and make sure your pages are supporting your online goals.