Google’s algorithm is constantly evolving to better understand search intent, and content creators must adapt to survive — by throwing out their keyword lists and grouping content into topic-based clusters. A content cluster structure helps Google to understand the relationship between different pages and determine which topics you’re an authority…
Here’s the situation. You run a startup. You have a website. And your website has basically no traffic. Except your mom. (Thanks, mom.)
Content marketing is all the rage right now. And for good reason. It’s the best way to bring in new organic traffic to your site. If you want a piece of the organic/SEO traffic pie, you need to be creating new content on a daily basis.
Think about the last thing you shared on the internet. Maybe it was an insightful video on the political turmoil in a faraway country, or maybe it was a funny picture of a cat wearing a bow tie.
What’s the state of play in content marketing? What content should you be creating, how should you be distributing it, and where should you be promoting it? There’s a million opinions out there, but here we give you million stats instead.
You’ve probably heard time and time again that content marketing is important in growing your business’s online presence. When done correctly, it can increase brand awareness, advocacy, and lead to more sales. The problem is many businesses are doing it wrong.
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I first had the pleasure of working with Andy on a Kissmetrics blog post five years ago. A few months after his post was published, I looked at our traffic in Google Analytics and said:
Content marketing is arguably the best long-term strategy for marketing a business. Compared to traditional marketing, content marketing costs 62% less, but produces almost 3X as many leads.