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2022年4月11日 11:24 PM #256842
You will be rewarded when you place a bit of content like an article, a blog post, a discussion forum thread, an e-zine column or a new webpage that is truly made for the benefit of a web surfer. Of course, it must also be optimized for search engines and contain relevant keywords.
Writing it yourself doesn’t cost any money. When you create blog and write your own content you don’t have to pay anyone else for it. High quality content won’t necessarily cost you an arm and a leg from a freelancer, but it is cash out of pocket that you don’t technically need to spend. Furthermore, while each individual article or blog post may not cost much it does add up over time as you take into account the volume of content that you’ll need over the life of your website.
However, we seem to have lost our focus on content, and instead, trust in vague systems of traffic generation, and care about ad placement as a means to increase conversion ratios. And yes, a well-placed ad is better than a horribly placed one, but the fact still remains, keyword research and an auto-blogger barely constitutes a content strategy, much less a successful one.
The content should be organized in a manner that readers don’t get bored and tend to lose their interest. It should be crisp enough to maintain readers’ interest. Before reading the whole content, your audiences are likely to skim it to decide whether to read it or leave it. Having proper headings, options and bullets will make your readers’ task easy.
Web content usually has marketing tone; however, not all pages of the website need to be written in marketing tone. FAQ page, for example, needs to have useful information about key aspects of the website. Service page and Home page need to have promotional and informative tone both. Remember that website content is the salesman of your website and unless your salesman is impressive, you won’t be able to reap high sales and profits.
Don’t need content any more? It’s just not true. Folks, unless there’s thousand of people pathologically interested in what you had for lunch, you need good quality content in social media. Another way to look at it is social media is micro-content, simply micro-content. Small amounts of content.
It is good to select a niche that is not explored. However, it should not be the one in which audience is not interested. People make a mistake by writing about something that is unique without knowing that audience has no interest in that topic. Also, when you write about something that every writer is writing about, you will probably not get noticed.
If you don’t have good informative and readable content then the visitors you attract to your blog aren’t going to stay around very long. And the longer you can keep visitors at your site, the more likely they are to click on one of your affiliate links, or AdSense ads. Not only will they stay around longer, but if they enjoy reading your content then they will come back for more. The next question is, how do you go about getting good content?
People like to buy from those that they feel are knowledgeable. And they also appreciate that you took the time to create a truly informative and helpful article, blog or website. It’s just a very effective modern sales and marketing tool.