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Optimizing Content Creation for Conversions

Content can mean everything to a small business that is based online. While having a high search ranking may bring in more traffic, it doesn’t always equal more sales. However, marketers who make a focused effort on creating only the highest quality content can not only improve their positions on search engine rankings, but also obtain more conversions than those who go with more mass produced, lesser quality content.

Putting Your Content to Work for You

Creating content isn’t just a simple matter of tossing up blog post about your products or services and hoping it promotes or sells itself. In a time where businesses of any size are swiftly becoming media outlets in their own right by publishing their own original insights related to their industries, companies should not ignore the opportunity to be a part of the conversation on their own with high-quality and original content marketing.

However, it is important to remember that just publishing high-quality content is still not enough. It is important to focus on how you can put that content to work to help you attain your personal business goals online, covering everything from attracting relevant site traffic to helping direct your visitors to your most valuable conversion or ecommerce pages. The right content marketing campaign will involve strategic planning and a constant and consistent execution if a business intends to increase online conversions. Optimizing your content

How to Accelerate Lead Quality and Conversion

What is Content?

By now you likely know that content can be any number of things. Everything from eBooks, blog posts, webinars, podcasts, case studies and more can be very educational, relevant, high-quality content that brings audiences back to your site and with each return, closer to your valuable conversion pages or links. Make sure that your content supports your own business goals and the educational needs or wants of your target audience.

Content Marketing Strategies

There are a few optimal thoughts to keep in mind and keep your websites content focused on.

  • Content should speak to the content audience
  • Identify the goals you expect your content to achieve
  • Create your audience profile
  • Do your keyword research

As with any type of content, anytime, it is incredibly vital to have a content writer who can engage your readers effectively. We have covered some of the best ways to fit a content writer to your specific needs on DBMEi with several of our professional freelance authors and guest contributors content. Take the time to check them out.

Author:

@BasilPuglisi is the Executive Director and Publisher for Digital Brand Marketing Education (dbmei.com). Basil C. Puglisi is also the President of Puglisi Consulting Group, Inc. A Digital Brand Marketing Consultancy that manages professional and personal branding for Fortune 500 CEOs, Hedge Fund Managers and Small Business Owners.

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Comments

  1. Basil,
    Thank you for your reference to my post, ‘The Most Important Social Media Ingredient, Remarkable Content’. I hope that our readers will find this additional spice to your recipe for ‘Optimizing Content Creation for Conversions’. Interesting and somewhat unexpected results on the chart you included. I think it needs to be pinned. Excuse me while I get out a push pin.
    See it on Wild About Social Media at Pinterest.com/AlisonsArt
    Sincerely,
    Alison Gilbert

  2. Megan Harris (MeganWrites Media) says:

    Thanks for referencing my post on writing for the wedding niche, Basil! Businesses of all industries can benefit from content creation via blogs, white papers, etc. if they go forward with a solid strategy. It’s always rewarding to see how clients’ businesses take off with the addition of content targeted specifically for their audience.

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