In today’s digital age, content marketing is no longer a luxury. It’s absolutely necessary if you want to take your content to the next level by developing a better connection with your audience and reaching new prospects. If you take a look around, you’ll see content everywhere: corporate blogs, videos on Snapchat, pictures on Facebook and even simple Tweets are great examples.
Once only used on Twitter to help users find and participate in Twitter conversations, hashtags have become a ubiquitous part of life — even being used (to the chagrin of many) in actual face-to-face conversation. However you might feel about hashtags, though, they are here to stay and are an important part of a successful social marketing campaign.
By now, you’ve hopefully realized that in order for your business to be successful in content marketing, you need to have a strategy. Content is no longer something that you can think about occasionally with a blog or social post now and then. It deserves a much more focused effort.
By now, it’s no mystery that getting quality links to your content is a big part of a successful SEO strategy. When others link to your site, not only does the likelihood of getting traffic from that source increase, but you also help build your authority and credibility with the search engines, and in turn earn a higher ranking in the search results.
About the Company
Seek Visibility is an online marketing company based in Las Vegas that provides link building, content marketing, and SEO services to companies of all sizes. Seek Visibility publishes expert content on some of the web’s most trusted and sought-after platforms, to help grow the brand recognition their clients need to reach current and future target demographics.
“The key to successful social media marketing is maintaining an active presence on social channels.”
How many times have you heard statements like that? It seems you’ve been told time and time again that you have to stay active on your social media accounts, but what does that really mean? Does it mean updating Facebook every few hours? Tweeting constantly? Blogging every day? Posting Instagram shots every few days?
The truth is, there is no universal definition of what it means to be active on social media, other than it requires more than simply setting up an account and then letting it languish between infrequent updates.
Many content marketers take the “build it and they will come” approach to content promotion. Does this sound familiar: You create some killer content, optimize it with all of your most important keywords, meta tags, and the like, then post it. After the content is posted and shared on your website and across various social media platforms you wait for people flock to this content in droves and share it.