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Secrets to Dominating Content Marketing

Published on 9/18/2017
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When it comes to generating free, ongoing traffic and
generating new backlinks to your site, nothing is
more effective than content marketing.

Content marketing has been around for years and has always
been a powerful tool--regardless of the shifts in search
technology.

Some of the older content strategies, like posting as
much content as possible regardless of quality, are no
longer helpful. But content marketing isn't dead. It's
simply become much, much better.

If you're still asking yourself, "How much content
should I have?" you're focusing on the wrong thing.

What's in your content is much more important than how
much of it there is. You have to provide the most
useful resources on the web if you want to come out at
the top of Google's results and get all that juicy free traffic.

It's a tricky situation--one that many people struggle
with when they get started. So here are some answers
to the biggest questions on the topic.

* What Content Should I Create?

Create content that your niche audience is already
searching for. How do you know what they're searching for?
Simple: Look around.

If you go to forums or other blogs in your niche and
look at the threads and comments, you'll find some
incredible insights just waiting to be discovered.

They're saying what they want, what they struggle
with, what they think might help them to accomplish
their goals.

As you go, think: Is there something I could create
that would help them with this? Is there an article
I could write with just the answers they need? Is
there a resource like an infographic or a diary
template that would be useful to them?

That is the type of content you should make. Good
writing alone isn't enough; you have to create content
that is relevant and useful.

* How Do I Get Traffic to My Content?

Free traffic from search engines is your ultimate goal,
so you have to optimize your content for SEO.

Start with on-page SEO: Include the main keyword for
your topic in your title as well as your URL and
meta description. This lets search engines and users
know at first impression what your content is about.

Then work on your off-page SEO: Promoting your
content. Have you created any resources for your
content? Infographics? Videos? Templates or graphs?

Give these resources to other websites in your niche
(just email the site owner to see if they're interested).
If they use it, they'll likely link back to you as the creator
of the resource, which is great for your off-page SEO.

If you don't have any resources to offer, work on
making something. The goal is to get people choosing
to share your content when they come across it, and
these resources will only help with that.

There are a lot of other ways to earn links to your
website, but this one offers the most value and will
allow you to approach better websites.

Whatever you do, don't buy links or try to game your
off-page SEO. Google will know, and it'll more likely
harm your SEO than help it.

* How Do I Monetize My Content?

There are a lot of ways to monetize your content. One
of the most common ways is to promote relevant products
within the content itself with an affiliate link.

That way, if the reader clicks through and buys the
product, you get a commission. This is especially
effective in product reviews.

If your content doesn't naturally lend itself to your
products, however, don't force it. Instead, include an
opt-in form to a mailing list and encourage them to
sign up to get more great information.

The better your content is, the more effective this
will be. If you can offer an incentive for signing up,
like a free e-book, even better.

If you get the traffic that comes to your website onto
a mailing list, you don't lose them when they leave your
page. You can reach them regularly, build a relationship
and make sales again and again down the line.

Content marketing is such a powerful tool, but you need a
resource to help you optimize every ounce of your efforts.
Otherwise, you risk wasting time and money.

Luckily, there is a guide to building a website that people
want to come back and visit on a daily basis (and they'll
also share it with their friends, who will buy from you, too!).

Learn how to build your very own profitable affiliate site
by following the link below:

===> AffiloBlueprint

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