Whenever you open up your internet browser, what is the very first thing you do? Well, you conventionally start by searching for a topic of your choosing up in the search bar, correct? We can all admit that many consumers in today’s society, in particular, are looking to build some sort of a trusting relationship with their search engine so that in turn, they will be able to receive the most accurate information as well as reviews. This is essentially why Content Marketing and Search Engine Optimization are both necessary for going forward. They are the marketing tools that maintain those routines in today’s society. However, these two methods have changed drastically over the past couple of years which is why we need to first break them both down to ultimately understand the bigger picture.
Search Engine Optimization:
Search Engine Optimization, which is also abbreviated to be “SEO”, is a specific method that furthers a search engine’s ability to rank and categorize different client’s websites. We know what you’re thinking. What’s the point? There are so many websites to choose from! (There are literally 1 trillion websites to choose from) The great thing about Search Engine Optimization is that it narrows an individual’s search down to the point where your website could get ranked even higher than millions of other sites! Over the course of the past few years, however, Search Engine Optimization has changed dramatically. So you may be wondering, why is it still important to incorporate SEO into your writing? When’s the last time to clicked past Page 1 on Google? Probably never. Imagine if your business could potentially be on the 1st page. Usually, the way this is achieved however is through keyword-rich titles, words, and copy which many SEO specialists believe will effectively optimize your site for the search engine.
“Traditional marketing talks to people. Content marketing talks with them” was said by Doug Kessler who was trying to best explain how besides rankings, meaningful conversations and relationships need to be developed so that people are basically more engaged with what they are reading. To that point, Content Marketing is basically all about guiding the audience when they review a website through written content that the audience themselves will actually find intriguing including blog posts, infographics, guides, etc. Content Marketing has become very popular today because connections and digital marketing have both in some way intertwined. Instead of companies using outbound marketing strategies, Content Marketing can help companies boost conversions, create a sense of community around a specific brand, but also build a vigorous relationship between the consumer but also the business.
Many people nowadays believe that Content Marketing and SEO must be disunited, but this is not always the case! They do in fact work well together and here’s why. If we look from the viewpoint of an SEO specialist, Search Engine Optimization is basically the method that makes the big demands meaning that they show the audience what they are looking for in particular. Now, this is why Content Marketing needs to come into play. With the help of Content Marketing, the fulfillment of those demands can actually occur as the audience can now be constantly guided with satisfying information that will hopefully make them eager to reach out to the business or company. The main message we’re trying to get at here is that sometimes in order to enforce successful Content Marketing onto a page, sometimes SEO has to be incorporated (and vice-versa) as you need verbiage but also lots of substance. At the end of the day, it is great if you are able to combine both Search Engine Optimization as well as Content Marketing. By using a “hand and hand approach”, an effective integrated digital marketing plan can be produced so that both the reach and the visibility of the content are produced thus resulting in the ultimate satisfaction for your client.
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