Great Content Marketing = Great Rankings

by Bill McCown - Jun 30, 2015

The world wide web is awash with worthless, wordy websites. Every second another blog article, think-piece or “hot take” carelessly compounds the cacophony of content. How can your brand stand out from all the online noise? Simple: relevant, engaging content. Good content isn’t just fun to read, it helps improve your visibility online. Creating relevant content is Google’s main criterion for making the top of their search engine results page (SERP).

“Give visitors the information they’re looking for,” the Google webmaster page says, “This is the single most important thing to do. If your pages contain useful information, their content will attract many visitors and entice webmasters to link to your site.”

Put yourself in the mind of your customers. Would you rather read walls of useless text that reads like the world’s cheesiest infomercial? Or would you rather read simple, engaging and highly relevant content that helps you accomplish your goals? It’s simple. Content is king. Your brand needs strong content marketing to stay visible online.

Great Content Marketing is Creative & Captivating

Nowadays, almost anyone can make a website. But not many can create a website that features captivating content that is updated regularly. Even fewer can tailor that content to your company’s core values and communicate your brand’s message in a consistent way. And almost no one can do all this while also designing custom graphics, writing clean code in the backend, and enhancing your social media presence for maximum online visibility.

That’s what The Idea People do daily. We create content that captivates. We communicate core values in creative and fun ways. We help your brand connect with customers like never before. Our staff of writers, editors, graphic designers and developers collaborate to make your brand easy to find and hard to ignore online. Contact The Idea People today for innovative web design, mobile app development, social media management and content marketing.

Bill McCown
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