The SEO world has seen a flurry of new tools and processes hit the market in recent years, but it’s not all about backlinks. Other types of content can increase your rankings without resorting to manipulative tactics.
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Topics: How To Start A Successful Blog Posting Career, 3 Ways Content Can Drive Traffic In most circumstances, the presentation of your material is equally as crucial as the content itself. Your results may vary depending on how you arrange your articles, what you put in them, and what media type you choose to deliver them in. Some pieces are outstanding for social media sharing, but they may not get many backlinks. Others generate a lot of interest but nothing else. Some may even be able to assist you in establishing a helpful connection with an influencer. My argument is that every piece of material you create should have a specific aim in mind. Make sure you know what you’re aiming towards. Attracting links is one of the most frequent and vital aims of content. Links are still an essential aspect of SEO and will most likely remain so for the foreseeable future. Backlinks to a given post help that article rank higher in search engines and assist your other posts. If you build enough high-quality connections, your site will get tens of thousands of organic search engine traffic per month. Quality content is required in today’s SEO environment if you want great backlinks. That’s all there is to it.
Effective sorts of content for attracting both quantity and quality connections:
1. People have always enjoyed list postings and will continue to do so in the future.
I make a lot of list pieces and find that they perform well as guest posts.
Take a look at some of the articles I wrote for NeilPatel.com in June:
- Mastering Online Marketing: 21 Resources
- 15 Quick Ways to Get More Email Subscribers from Visitors
- 5 Scientifically Proven Audience Attraction Techniques
- 5 Copywriting Techniques That Will Increase Your Conversion Rate by 113%
But I’m not the only one who adores them. List postings were shown to be the most shareable in research of over 220,000 articles conducted by Fractl and BuzzStream. These findings are backed by a previous examination of 100 million articles by Buzzsumo and Okdork. Infographics were the only thing that could defeat list posts:
What’s more intriguing is that the popularity fluctuates dramatically month to month:
The essential point is that list articles are amazingly constant, which will help you produce more consistent outcomes. It makes calculating an accurate return on investment much simpler (ROI). Look at the top articles on Boost Blog Traffic for another example of list posts being an excellent sort of content:
That’s right, three of the four postings are lists. Also, keep in mind that these are huge lists, and the articles are detailed if you read them. But, as I said at the beginning of this essay, we’re searching for material that can generate links. People also prefer to link to list postings, and it turns out:
Aside from the homepage, the top two articles (referring domains) on Boost Blog Traffic are both lists of posts.
The following are some reasons people like reading list posts: Although many people grumble about having to read “just another list post,” list articles continue to be one of the most popular forms of content. That’s because lists offer a couple of distinct advantages:
- They pledge to do something specific: A reader knows how much time they will devote to the content.
- They can be scanned: practically all readers skim through articles. Moreover, it’s simple to catch the idea of an article fast since each list item is generally a subheader.
- They arouse curiosity: it’s almost as though they’re putting you to the test. Can you figure out how to accomplish something in X different ways? Sure, you probably know one or two off the top of your head, but there’s a significant gap in your knowledge that you’d want to fill.
Another reason list articles are beneficial to you as a content developer is that they are inexpensive to produce. It’s not unusual to spend thousands of dollars to develop material that gets a lot of links, as you’ll see with some of the other content categories. However, a list post seldom costs more than a few hundred dollars (inexpensive cases). So, here’s how to put up a list post…
Step 1: Decide on a subject where more is better: The fact that most bloggers publish list pieces regularly, whether on intention or by mistake, is a potential stumbling block. This implies that there is a lot of competition for listing postings. You’ll find at least a handful of lists postings for almost every subject if you search. You must create content worthy of being linked to attracting someone to connect to you. It will be difficult to persuade someone to communicate with you if you create identical lists as everyone else. What is the solution? Expand your horizons and improve your performance. Which of the following sounds more impressive to you:
“Diet-Friendly Snacks: 6 Low-Calorie Snacks”
“The Complete List: 56 Low-Calorie Snacks for Weight Loss”
You can tell the second choice will be more impressive without looking at each article. Finding a subject in your niche where more is better is what you want to accomplish. Some issues are unsuitable for list postings. “60 Ways to Use Scissors” or “25 Ways to Use a Spoon” don’t pique anyone’s attention. In general, you want to look for themes that already have a lot of list posts. If you search a phrase or term, you’re on to something and find three or four additional list postings in the first few results.
You should have found shorter posts, ideally. Looking at the data above, I can see that creating much better material than any lengthy lists will be difficult. However, it is still doable if you genuinely want to target that term.
Aside from making a post longer, you may also do the following:
- more information
- more visible and useful
- more accessible (perhaps in the form of a printed or downloadable document)
You’ll need to examine each of the top-ranking results to identify what’s missing. Some items will be evident, but you may also check the comments section of each post for ideas on what is missing or should be improved.
You may choose any term or phrase you want to target and see whether it’s a solid contender. If you merely want to identify keywords that perform well with list articles, search for the following in the Adwords Keyword Planner:
- the most effective [niche]
- [niche] suggestions
- methods to [place]
Consider the following scenario:
You could make the following only from that search:
- The X Most Important Nutritional Books
- The X Most Beneficial Nutrition Apps
- The X Most Beneficial Nutrition Bars
You may also substitute other niche-related keywords for “nutrition” to get additional ideas.
Step 2: Make a list and format it as follows: Most of your time will be spent writing the content. First, identify how you’ll improve on what’s already available. Remember that your list doesn’t have to be very lengthy. If you can add value to it in other ways, do so. According to research, lists containing ten items earn the most outstanding social shares. They get four times the share amount as the following closest list number, 23. 16 and 24 were the other top-performing performances. However, there isn’t a large enough sample size for lengthier postings, and we know they do well in the past.
Here’s how I recommend you format your posts:
- Your list is impressive.
Explain why this subject is essential and how the list may benefit your readers in your introduction. Use the conclusion to draw attention to the most significant things on the list and keep your readers interested. Too many authors, in my opinion, just throw a list at their readers and then complain when the results are unsatisfactory. It should be similar to a discussion where you welcome someone and then say your goodbyes.
2. Use the guidance to go above and beyond your expectations.
I honestly don’t believe any marketer has spent as much time and work developing “definitive” instructions as I have. But, if you don’t trust me, check out the Quick Sprout sidebar:
Each of these publications is tens of thousands of words long and has a unique design that sets it apart from the competition. While writing one of these tutorials, your objective is to develop an “ultimate guide.” You want people to be able to link to your guide and say, “this is all you need” if the issue you’ve written about comes up in a forum or on social media. If you do it correctly, you’ll get a lot of links and, as a result, a lot of traffic:
I need to give you a reality check before you get too thrilled. It’s not simple to create a handbook of this caliber. It will either take you many (perhaps over a hundred) hours to make or thousands of dollars to hire someone to do it for you. You won’t obtain the same outcomes if you cut shortcuts as indicated above. I believe these guidelines provide an excellent return on investment in the long run. The policies generate a lot of traffic and significantly boost the value of your brand for under $20 for each link. By developing a guide like this, you quickly establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry (e.g., SEO). You’ll be deemed a leader in a more prominent topic if you create more (like I have) (e.g., marketing).
Here’s what you’ll need to do if you’re considering making this investment…
Step 1: Select a subject and specify its parameters: The cost of producing the guide will be determined by the subject and scope. Keep in mind that this is an “ultimate” guide. It must include everything related to your selected topic. You’d have to write hundreds of thousands of words if you choose a broad subject like “The Ultimate Guide to Marketing.” It’s preferable to go narrow (for example, “The Ultimate Guide to Structured Data”) and have a guide that’s just 5,000-10,000 words long but covers everything about the issue than to go too wide and have to leave stuff out or have your prices skyrocket. It’s worth noting that there are various techniques to restrict your scope. For example, I prepared an “online marketing” tutorial, but it was written for novices. That way, I can teach all a beginner needs to know while avoiding covering everything an expert needs.
Step 2: Arrange the guide: Now is the moment to recruit a writer if you haven’t already. I propose using a job platform like ProBlogger to submit a job description. Yes, posting the position will cost money. You will also be required to pay a reasonable fee for the writing. This is because you cannot just employ an ordinary writer; you must engage a brilliant writer. For your guide to function, it must be flawless in every way. You may be able to recruit an up-and-coming blogger in your niche whose work you enjoy if you have a bit of a reputation in the field. While I contribute to and assist in the layout of my guides, the majority of the writing is done by a colleague. For example, Kathryn Aragon and I collaborated on a content marketing guide:
It’s time to plan out the guide after you’ve decided who will write it. First, create a table of contents-style layout for the principle that includes all the central subjects you’ll cover.
Then, for each of these parts, outline. They should be treated as individual pages/posts. After that, compose the unique articles as you would normally. Always remember that quality comes first.
Step 3: Hire a designer: While most writers and marketers can put together a tiny custom picture when required, a guide like this requires a whole new set of skills. You’ll need bespoke photos, fonts, and backdrops, as well as an expert eye for arranging everything properly:
Again, you can’t cut corners out here, or your guide’s quality will suffer. I like Dribbble for finding designers, but if you don’t mind digging through the low-quality designers, you can also discover decent ones on Upwork and Freelancer.
Step 4: Promote it (superficial if you followed the instructions correctly): If you have a fantastic guide, all it takes is a little advertising to get it out there and get the word out. Reddit is an excellent place to start. If you’re unfamiliar with Reddit, it’s a big social media platform where users may vote on content links. Because your tutorial is so good, it will receive a lot of upvotes and visitors if you put it in the correct community. However, before you start, make sure you understand how to utilize Reddit properly. The next step is to promote your material using a technique similar to the Skyscraper Technique. There will be other manuals on your subject, but yours will be far and away from the finest. Send an email to anybody who has linked to subpar guidelines, letting them know you have one that is much superior. Finally, send an email to bloggers with a readership that could be interested in your guide. Don’t contact other SEO bloggers for a guide to SEO; they won’t be interested. Instead, bloggers that write about growing online companies, e-commerce sites, specialty sites, and other topics should be emailed. They aren’t direct rivals, and they will most likely like and connect to your guide in the future.
3. Create a piece of online art.
No, infographics aren’t as popular as they once were, but they may still generate a lot of high-quality connections. Infographics are the most viral sort of material you can create right now. People were captivated with infographics when they were new, and they used to become viral quickly. To gain momentum today, you’ll need to create a higher-quality version. I recently examined the outcomes of my infographics. Although the results of my newer infographics (made in the past two years) were nothing like those of the previous two years, they nevertheless averaged 21,582 visits and 371 backlinks from 34 different sites. Not a terrible return on investment. I’ll keep making infographics regularly until that decreases significantly.
Step 1: Choose an appropriate topic: Infographics are helpful because they can convey practically any message. However, I’ve discovered that data-driven infographics or ones that break out a subject step by step perform best.
It might take a long time to gather the information you want, but it is well worth the effort.
Step 2: Locate a fantastic designer: You may take a few approaches. You may engage an agency or a designer specializing in infographics (from Dribbble or elsewhere). Visual.ly is the most popular firm for infographics, but it isn’t inexpensive. An infographic should cost about $1,000 on average. With your designer, you may typically save money, but you may have to make a lot of the effort yourself. Next, consider making your infographic an “infographic” to take it to the next level.\ Gifographics are similar to the “gifs” that can be seen all over the Internet. They integrate animations and infographics into their work. These will generate more connections and social shares, but they will be more expensive to produce. Here’s a good example.
Step 3: Promote it: Until you have a large audience like Quick Sprout’s, your infographic will not be linked unless you get it in front of the proper people. To make a popular infographic, go to the section on marketing in this tutorial.
4. Enhance the appearance of an influencer.
What is the value of a link from me? Or any other influential figure in your field? Even though it’s just one link, it’s a high-quality one. Furthermore, it would expose you to thousands of individuals in your area, many of whom would link to you in their forums, social media conversations, or blogs. That one connection will very certainly lead to numerous others. What if you had the power to make an influencer connect to you? You can do it; all you have to do is make them appear extraordinary.
Here’s how it’s going to work.
Step 1: Determine who you want to reach as an influencer: Many well-known blogs provide advice. Your initial task is to choose 5-10 influencers with whom you’d like to connect and get a connection. Then, from most to least favorite, sort them in this order. You can only truly target one or two influencers at a time with this method, but you can repeat it as many times as you like in the future.
Step 2: Take their counsel to heart: Your site becomes an echo chamber after you achieve a certain degree of popularity. You’ll receive a lot of “wonderful article, it was beneficial” comments and emails, but you never know whether your effort is genuinely benefiting your readers. Now and then, you get an email or a remark that makes you grin. Not only did this individual follow your counsel, but they also achieved excellent outcomes. You’re going to do it this way. Choose one or two critical pieces of advice, put them into practice, and keep track of everything from start to completion. Put whatever strategies they’ve developed into practice if at all feasible. This advice may come from a blog, but it’s much better if it comes from a product. If you have a success story to tell about a product you purchased, the influencer may use your achievements as a testimonial as well as a case study.
Step 3: Inform them of your results: The last step in this technique is to contact the influencer. All you have to do now is send them an email with your findings (or comment on a relevant page). Most of the time, they’ll take over from there. Here’s a sample template to get you started:
I simply wanted to express my gratitude.
I read your essay about [subject] a while ago and felt it was past time for me to put your recommendations into practice.
So, [provide a short description of what you did].
After a few weeks, I’ve witnessed the following outcomes:
I simply wanted to express my gratitude since it would not have been possible without your assistance.
[your given name]
Step 4: Get fantastic links: If you can prove that you followed your target influencer’s advice and achieved excellent results, they’ll almost always ask for additional information. So give them the data, and if they’re interested, offer to help them prepare a case study. You may even publish a post on your blog about your findings and promote your influencer there. Then send them a link to the article. Even if you don’t receive a link immediately away, your influencer will most likely link to you the next time they wish to highlight a success story in a post. It may happen multiple times in the future. This method will result in over 50% of the time in links when done correctly. Just make sure you follow the influencer’s advice to the letter and get a positive outcome before sharing. The following are some examples of this method in action: To assist explain things, I identified two examples of this method that worked well. First, Jimmy Daly demonstrated Brian Dean’s Skyscraper Technique. After getting some fantastic results, he contacted Brian, which led to this case study.
Jimmy received several connections to his site, but his firm was also mentioned in the article, which likely resulted in more business. The intended influencer in the second scenario is Ramit Sethi. This strategy might still work to connect with Ramit, who is one of the most prominent bloggers on any topic. Chris and Kerry chronicled the outcomes of following a lot of Ramit’s advice, and when they were satisfied with the results, they were included in a case study with a link to their website.
The greater the connection quality, the more effort it will take to satisfy the influencer, the larger the influencer you are targeting. On the other hand, targeting a somewhat less well-known blogger may be beneficial since they’re more likely to link to you numerous times in the future because they don’t have many previous successful examples.
5. Demonstrate your concern for your neighborhood.
Influencers, tiny bloggers, readers, and hobbyists interested in your field abound in your community. If you want to get a lot of attention and links, you need to create something everyone is interested in.
Step 1: Locate a problematic situation that begs for a solution: The most prevalent issue bloggers and fans face is a lack of support for their interests. They desire to share their passion with others without seeming foolish or strange. Everyone in the marketing specialty, for example, is constantly seeking numbers to back up their claims. You may be the one to develop statistics in a particular marketing area if you can identify one. Because it works, even giant firms like HubSpot continue to invest in data analysis to create meaningful statistics for their communities. A lot of connections are attracted to good info. I’ve previously provided links to two in-depth investigations. First, Fractl and BuzzStream conducted a comprehensive analysis of shareable material. Then there was the examination of 100 million articles by Buzzsumo and Okdork. I’m not the only one who has linked to them. The first article has links from 90 different websites, over 460 linked root sites, and over 23,000 backlinks in the Okdork study. All of this is from a single piece!
Step 2: Invest time and resources: This kind of material attracts a lot of links since it’s beneficial. However, it takes a long time and a lot of work to produce anything. Determine which data is most relevant to your community and devise a plan to make it happen. You may need to do one-on-one interviews with specialists, evaluate a large amount of data (ideal for internet niches), or perform in-person product testing. You may not have the necessary abilities to conduct research like the ones listed above on your own. In such a situation, you may try contacting a colleague who has access to the data but hasn’t yet released it. With his analysis, Noah (Okdork) accomplished just that. He saw Buzzsumo had gathered data from millions of sites and contacted them to access the study. Buzzsumo receives a lot of credit in the content, and Noah gets his excellent link-attracting post.
Step 3: Select and show the most exciting data: It’s tempting to simply post everything after putting in a lot of effort, basically stating, “I’ve done enough. Here it is.” However, if you desire excellent outcomes, you must persevere until your task is completed. Now you must appealingly display your facts. Make graphs and charts out of the fascinating facts to illustrate your thesis. This will aid in its virality on social media. The article on Okdork, for example, had nice graphs with embed codes for all of the essential points:
Consider making an infographic using your data if you want to go the additional mile (which I highly recommend). Because it is unique data, your infographic should gain much attention. It’s simple to promote your work after it’s been published. You can contact influencers and go to forums and Reddit forums and say things like, “I spent X hours producing Y for folks in this community like you.” Please have a look at it.” The majority will take a look, and if you’ve selected a good subject, they’ll adore it and help you spread the word.
6. Tools are the most valuable.
It’s difficult to explain what is valuable to a member of your audience, but it is related to the utility of your service to them. If a blog article assists a reader in overcoming a significant obstacle, it may be beneficial. If you follow the recommendations in this article, it might be worth tens of thousands of dollars to you. That, I believe, is priceless. Unfortunately, many blog entries aren’t actionable, even if they’re nicely written.
On the other hand, Tools are virtually always beneficial because they serve a specific function and are used precisely. How many blogs or companies do you know that have developed tools for their followers? What’s my guess? There aren’t many. Such instruments are functional, but they are also uncommon, making them even more unique. Let’s have a look at a few to give you a better idea of what I’m talking about. Take a peek at this Keywordtool.io tool:
This was created in May of 2014. According to Ahrefs, it had around 25,700 backlinks at writing, with 3,860 connecting root sites. Can you fathom a series of blog entries, no matter how “epic,” generating this many links? This keyword tool takes a basic idea and performs it flawlessly. The program will produce a list of keyword recommendations based on autocomplete suggestions when you type a term into the text field. In a nutshell, it goes to sites like Google, types in your search, and then examine the results.
This product would take approximately 2-3 weeks to construct and cost roughly $5,000 if you hired a standard developer (my estimate). The creator obtained links for 19.4 cents each based on that price. It’s $1.75 per linking root domain (LRD) or $1.75 per linking root domain (LRD). These aren’t low-quality connections, either. In addition, I’m sure he’s been able to sell a significant amount of premium memberships (with a few more capabilities) as well as some complex keyword research tasks for other firms. Another (personal) example: On the Quick Sprout site, you’ll see the Quick Sprout feature, which you may or may not be aware of. It takes your domain name and creates a comprehensive SEO and site performance report, which includes:
Making it wasn’t inexpensive. In reality, it set me back more than $100,000. It’s included here to show that tools may be as large or as little as you want them to be. Smaller agencies, which cost a few hundred or thousands of dollars, may still attract a lot of attention, but larger devices usually do. Even though the product is free, the generated leads have already paid for themselves multiple times over. The essential takeaway here is that tools may be utilized to generate cash in addition to backlinks and visitors. Blog articles convert at a lesser rate than tools, and although they may provide a good return on investment (ROI), they don’t compare. Are tools infallible? It’s only fair that I also inform you about the possible drawbacks of devices. The first is the possibility of a hefty price tag. Before you see any returns, you’ll have to put in a significant amount of money. Second, there are no guarantees when it comes to outcomes. Because not all tools are well regarded or famous, you run the danger of inventing one that your audience dislikes. However, by gaining a thorough understanding of your target audience and using lean marketing techniques, you may significantly limit the danger of this happening.
7. Videos with viral stories.
Many people, I believe, overlook the fact that videos and adverts are still considered content. Most advertising on television is disliked by viewers, but astute marketers have discovered some sorts of advertisements that consumers like. They’ll tweet about it, link to it, and help it become viral. Dollar Shave Club’s ad campaign is my favorite example of this. Their first video appeared out of nowhere, and it was enough to make the brand famous:
This wasn’t your regular shaving blade advertisement, with all the close-ups. You’re aware of the ones I’m referring to…
Instead, it’s a hilarious video featuring the creator. They are devoid of the same cliches that audiences have grown tired of hearing. Instead, they’re genuine. Before proceeding, I highly advise you to view the whole video: This movie has about 22 million views and 9,520 backlinks from 1,760 different domains:
True, putting together a film like this isn’t inexpensive. It will cost tens of thousands of dollars, which is why most companies will not even try. However, it’s a fantastic alternative if you have the financial means. Remember to budget for the first marketing (hopefully pushing the video viral).
8. Images of exceptional quality are more precious than ever before.
I’m not sure why this concept hasn’t caught on before. It isn’t a brand-new concept. The plan is to make a slew of bespoke photos that bloggers in your industry want to utilize. Once you’ve done so, inform them about the photographs and tell them they may use any of them for free as long as they link back to your site and credit it. You know how difficult it is to locate good, free bespoke photos if you’re a blogger. That’s why it’s so simple to sell. However, I believe that this method is now more successful than ever. There has never been a time when so many bloggers have produced material regularly. One thing that increases the need for photographs is this.
Furthermore, most of those bloggers learn that the most crucial component in their success is quality. This is true of their text as well as the graphics they utilize. This increases the need for high-resolution photographs. You will be successful if you can deliver that. Stock photographs are bad; custom images are better: There are a lot of free stock image sites out there with the same old pictures of models dressing up and faking a posture. Readers despise them for a reason: they seem artificial and irrelevant to the content. You could alter the stock photos, but most bloggers aren’t ready to effort. When employing this method, your best chance is to produce a slew of bespoke images related to the issues that bloggers in your area discuss. Here’s an example I used in one of my previous posts:
As you can see, it doesn’t have to be complicated to look good and provide value to the material. Make pictures for stats to take image creation a step further: One strategy you may use is to develop visuals, which are effectively mini-infographics that summarize vital industry statistics. This strategy provides a significant advantage. Consider a situation where a blogger is looking for a valuable statistic to use. They go to Google and look for anything along: Statistics are being challenged by content marketing. So they’ll seek excellent graphics to incorporate with the stats they discover a lot of the time. If they find one they like, they’ll click on it to get to the website where it’s hosted:
That page would be your gallery in this situation. You’ll almost always receive a link in return for the photo if you ask gently. The main advantage is that picture searches are simpler to rank in than expected results. You’ll acquire links organically from individuals who discover your picture gallery via this procedure, in addition to the links you obtain through contacting specific blogs. But don’t depend on picture traffic to govern your ROI: you’ll need to advertise your gallery to bloggers yourself if you want to keep control of your project’s ROI. Make a long list of blogs and send them an email that reads like this: The following is a link to a free gallery of bespoke (niche) photos that I created.
Hello there (name),
I know how difficult it is to acquire or make beautiful photographs for blog articles, so I decided to help out the (niche) community. I’ve engaged a graphic designer to develop a slew of bespoke pictures, some of which will undoubtedly be ideal for future pieces you make. (I won’t be able to utilize them all!) The only caveat is that if you use a photo, please provide a link back to the gallery. I’ll also be deleting each image once it’s been used a few times to ensure that none of them get overused. Let me know if it seems like something you’d be interested in, and I’ll email you the link.
(Your first and last name)
9. Statistics will drive the future.
A list of stats is the last form of material that isn’t published as often as it may be. Good bloggers will link to the source when they utilize a specific statistic in their writing. In addition, they will often link to your page as a reference if you gather a lot of facts on various issues in your area (on top of the original research studies).
For instance, in the health specialty, you may develop statistics for:
- For example, in 2016, people consumed a lot of junk food.
- Protein content in various nations’ diets on average
- In 2016, there were a record number of vegans (or over the years)
- The average number of minutes of exercise individuals receive every day
Consider the kind of statistics that bloggers will be searching for. Conduct original research to make it even more effective: You get true power when you do your surveys and data analysis. When a blogger wishes to reference a statistic from that study, they will always link to your site. If your research yields a beneficial and intriguing outcome, you may quickly receive hundreds (or even thousands) of links. Buzzsumo is an example of a company that accomplishes this. You may remember them from an article I published summarizing their study of over 1 billion Facebook postings. I didn’t link to a particular page on their site since they gave me their results directly. Instead, I repeated the link to their site, which is much better. While I can’t estimate how many links they’ve received due to that study, I can undoubtedly say it’s in the thousands. That kind of study is challenging, but it is achievable if you are prepared to put in the time (and maybe employ a data scientist or coder).
Why did I provide you with nine different sorts of link-worthy content? Why not simply go with one? Because not every kind of content will give the same results in every area. I propose that you attempt each of the types of the material outlined below two to three times over the following several months, then keep note of how much it cost you to develop it and the results you got. As a result, you may concentrate more on the sorts of content that are most productive for your website. Remember that quality content will continue to garner links long after your initial marketing efforts have ended—as long as your site continues to develop. If you can consistently create quality content (for at least six to twelve months), your results will almost certainly skyrocket. Each of these sorts of content, when done correctly, may draw hundreds (or thousands) of links and increase income.
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