Twitter and your blog make for an interesting relationship, especially if your objective is Seo. A ‘Tweet’ can pick up leads, who then visit your blog. From time-to-time, the visitor will like what they see and link to it from their site. This conveys some of their Google ‘trust’ to your blog.
Now you’ll need to plan your content. I want you to make the necessary preparations before you even start writing your emails. This process should be easy and creative. Think about all the headlines you can use with each email and don’t worry about being perfect. With a little time and practice you will be writing great emails on a daily basis. Also, ensure that your titles are compelling. Doing so will ensure that people open your emails. Remember content based marketing is only as effective as you make it.
This list was provided to me by my mentor so I cannot vouch for everything in there. I use it myself regularly and try to clear out any dead links etc, but there will be some in there still.
But achieving that initial boost is not usually easy. Most businesses don’t have the necessary expertise in-house and have to resort to employing an external consultant. Choosing the right search engine optimisation (Seo) consultant will be vital if you’re looking to get the best possible results.
Think blogs, white papers, viral videos, case studies–anything with exceptional, relevant content, created to help and educate your readers. That’s content marketing.
You can break the niche down as much as you like, say for instance; writing about shopping for, cheap plus-size dresses,, or selling plus-size women’s clothes on eBay. There are lots of niches and people who want to delve deeper into understanding them will happily pay for a good product where all the knowledge is there in one place.
So these are my top three suggestions for turning your “ideas into content”, and “content into Cash”! Try to be as fresh and original as possible with your work.