The ultimate goal for most search engine optimization (SEO) companies is to produce the highest number of articles in the shortest amount of time. Sheer luck will land a few websites on the ranks of Google and others on the Hall of Fame of great content. For the unfortunate majority, they end up exhausting resources on SEO techniques that don’t advance their already slim chances of being seen.
Chicken or Egg?
Content surely is vital in garnering more traffic to a website – that part is unquestionable. What boggles business owners is despite the effort they place on creating valuable and relevant content, there still aren’t enough leads for them to reach their target audience.
The question here might not be the importance of each facet of SEO because both content and visibility are significant in building a good reputation. What brands should ask professionals or themselves is this: Which among the two should come first in marketing automation schemes?
Some people may say that content and visibility come hand in hand, or maybe that it’s a confusing matter between the chicken or the egg. Experts say, however, that it’s as simple as this: no matter how many articles you write, people will never read them if you don’t prioritize visibility.
I See You
When entrusting your SEO to a company, make sure they know how to manage leads, target landing pages, and organize engagement scores. SEO is more than the content – it’s the analytics behind all the traffic and production of the brand.
You will need to enhance your marketing automation strategies before you focus on the distribution of content. A team of professionals behind your strategic directions is key in building the visibility of your content.
A little more focus on implementation and execution schemes is all you need. Once you have that covered, creating market-specific content will be a breeze.