We all know that the internet is a great, vast resource of information. However, such a resource is inevitably going to be overwhelming. How do you contribute to such a body of information without it getting lost, or worse, ignored? How do you create content that people actually want to read? These are the questions which so often get ignored. Instead, people focus on SEO Rule #1: “Content is King,” and assume that that means that more is always better.
Okay, so the title is kind of obvious, I know. But I feel like it sums up a feeling that I have about a lot of things. Today, we live in a culture where a lot of stuff gets around in what most people refer to as an “instant.” We have broadband internet capable of download speeds which make the telephone modem of the nineties look like a turtle’s pace by comparison, and this fact has ushered in an era of digital content which is not likely to disappear anytime soon.
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by RevTeam Getting to the number one spot in search engine results takes a constant effort, especially with keywords which have a lot of competition. However, there are some things you can do to get to the first page of results with little effort. Many keywords have only a few big players competing for the
by Tamara R. I know I don’t blog a lot – most of my lack of blogging comes from being unsure of what to write about when I think “marketing.” However, I am learning more and more that I can relate to marketing through writing. Click here for an entire post by MarketingExperiments.com that talks