Shortcut Guide to Creating SEO Content

Ashley poynter | August 19, 2018

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It’s important for SEO and content marketers to understand that content and SEO go hand-in-hand, Oftentimes, each is only concerned with their respective area of focus. Without coupling the two, marketers are missing out on the opportunity to achieve maximum effectiveness. Understanding the process of creating SEO content is a good place to start. Google has noted that ‘content’ is a top ranking factor, but many are confused about what makes “good” content when it comes to SEO. Rather than just churning out unfocused content, businesses should focus on creating high-quality SEO content. Your first priority should be to create high-quality content that is written especially for your target audience. It should address their questions, discuss potential pain points, educate on relevant topics, and help your audience solve problems.

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