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Posts Tagged ‘Industries’

Tangential Content Earns More Links and Social Shares in Boring Industries [New Research]

October 25, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by kerryjonesMany companies still don’t see the benefit of creating content that isn’t directly about their products or brand. But unless you have a universally interesting brand, you’ll be hard-pressed to attract much of an audience if all you do is publish brand-centric content. Content marketing is meant to solve this dilemma. By offering genuinely useful content to your target customers, rather than selling to them, you earn their attention and over time gain their trust. And yet, I find myself explaining the value of non-branded content all too often. I frequently hear grumblings from fellow marketers that clients and bosses...

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This Is What They Search For: The Most Popular US Industries & Traffic Shares

July 11, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Alex-TAfter storing this idea in mothballs for quite a while, I finally decided to conduct an analytical study that would breakdown the most popular industries in the US based on the number of monthly online visitors. Special thanks to the SimilarWeb team, who helped me with the convoluted process of assembling data on the industry traffic distribution across 1,000 top-visited US domains. The purpose of this research isn’t just to share some general trends and observations that will leave you thinking, “Sounds interesting, but what’s next?” I’ve also included a bunch of actionable ideas based off of the...

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The Guide to Developing a Content Strategy for "Boring" Industries

June 25, 2012  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Stephanie Chang There have been multiple articles that have discussed the value and opportunities that content marketing brings to SEO - from organically building external links and ranking for more long tail keywords, to establishing a community and building brand awareness. As the SEO industry slowly moves away from manual linkbuilding and adapts a more long-term and forward-thinking approach (whether it be forced as a result of recent aggressive Google algorithm updates or because as an industry, we're starting to seek a sustainable methodology to establish authority), the challenge is in figuring out how to set up a proper framework...

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