Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade or so, you probably already know something about the importance of search engine optimization. What you may not know is that practicing good SEO is just as essential for your press releases as it is for the rest of your online communications.
SEO for content is all about discovery. It’s no longer about competing in just your industry or niche. You have to find a way to stand out in a marketplace overflowing with news.
When it comes to SEO, earning quality backlinks (links from other websites to your webpage) is one of the most critical ranking factors. While backlinks are a great signal for SEO, it takes a lot of time to earn them. Now, there are certainly quick and easy ways to get backlinks to your brand’s website, but if they’re quick and easy, they’re more than likely going to be low-quality.
By implementing these 4 tactics, you can drive business ROI and also lay the seeds of success in a highly competitive market.
The local, national and global consumer currently expects to be communicated with, on a multi-level, always updated stream of relevant news, all attainable through SEO. Search dominates. The desire for news opens an intensified need to generate compelling content, driven by creativity, headlines and related visuals.
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