Posts Categorized: Content Marketing

Content Marketing is big business and is all about using your blog to bring traffic, leads and ultimately sales to your website whether that’s through products you are the affiliate of or your own products. Content Marketing ties nicely into other marketing methods such as email and social media marketing and they help strengthen one another.

How to Write a Decent Blog Post in Twenty Minutes or Less

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If you are a blogger, you probably already know that to be successful at blogging, you have to blog about subjects that you are passionate about but at the same time have commercial value and have a wide enough audience. Also it helps if you are blogging about a niche that has a fairly limited set of competitors. With that said, blogging can still be a chore. It’s too easy to get caught up in the blogging process and take forever to write a blog post.

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How to Use Yahoo Answers to Produce Responsive Content

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Make no mistake about it. If you want to make money online, you really have to to be on your toes regarding the content that you produce. According to some estimates, there are approximately two million pieces of online content generated every single day. That is how competitive online publishing has become. It is too easy to get lost in the noise. It is too easy to fall between the cracks. Your target audience is always on the hunt for high value content. They are always on the hunt for content that they can respond to and that they can be engaged by.

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Get More Traffic with Evergreen Content

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If you want to work once and reap the rewards many times, there are only a few things you can do online. Most of time, you have to basically chase your lunch. If you want to earn, you have to basically be active in chasing after traffic. If you want to build up the authority of your website, most of time, you must post news items to build authority. Posting news items is problematic because once the news gets old, there is less traffic for that piece of content. You are back to square one.

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Why do Most List Articles SUCK?

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If you use Twitter or Facebook, chances are, you have seen list articles at least once in your online life. Seriously, they are very hard to miss. You’ve probably seen dozens of them in the past year. In fact, they’re hard to avoid. From Top 10 Foods that make your belly fat to the Top 3 Dirty secrets Facebook doesn’t want you to know to the Top 8 Reasons why women find funny guys sexy, so on and so forth. It all follows a basic formula: There’s a number, there’s a particular need or an emotion and then you just plug in an introduction and a numbered list and a short conclusion.

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If in Doubt, Interview, Interview, Interview

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Did you know that you can crowdsource authority content? I’ve written some suggestions on how to do this in some my previous posts. The key takeaways is that you should never underestimate the power of the crowd. Your audience is actually very, very smart. They know more than you. The problem is that this information is dispersed across a wide range of people. If you collect all this wisdom and all these intelligences and all these data, you can blow away your competition.

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How to use your Competition’s Tweets Against them

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Did you know that you can use your competition’s Twitter tweets against them? Did you know that you can turn their tweets into money? Of course this is an indirect process, you have to do many other different things in the process. Still, by taking advantage of how human nature works, you can gain a competitive advantage against your competition. The hard reality is that as Google evolves and as the internet in general matures, the name of the game is all about authority.

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The How, What and Why of Quality Content Marketing

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Quality content. Something we all know is important but try and find a clear and concise definition of what¬†quality¬†is and you might find yourself hitting brick wall after brick wall. But don’t fret. Here’s a full break down on what a certain leading ‘figure’ online thinks and deems is quality content.

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How to Build an Authority Site that can Make Google Happy

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock all this time, you’d know that Google is cracking down on people who try to get as much free yummy highly targeted Google traffic with low quality content. While we can debate what ‘quality’ really means, deep down, we all know that it means one thing: it adds real value to the lives of people who visit your pages. If you want to get on Google’s good side, you need to start making quality pages now. Or else, Google’s penalties will get you. Sooner or later.

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Stop Wasting your Time on Worthless Press Releases

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Back in 2007, it was very easy to rank on Google, seriously it was. All you need to do was, get a master list of all these free press release on websites come up with this dinky press release that doesn’t really say anything, but as your backlinks on it using your main anchor keywords. You then use a piece of software to blast these free press release sites with your low quality press release. Hoala, almost overnight you can rank quite high on Google searches depending on how competitive your keywords are and depending also on which press release sites published your press release.

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Why do Most Curated Content Sites Never Fail to Disappoint?

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On its face, content curation should get anybody looking to make money online excited. Really, it should. After all, whether you plan to make money through CPA offers or pay per click ad clicks, you need lots of content to draw traffic. Sadly, original content can cost quite a bit of money. Content curation can rescue you from the high cost of content. You only need to copy and paste certain blocks of text from a source and you’re good to go.

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