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The Importance Of High Quality Content

When it comes to digital content creation, you cannot afford to slacken your sense of quality. For customers to find you, they’ll discover your website through a variety of channels.
Most will either be social media outlets, or via natural search.
The content published to the web is going to be your first interaction with any customer. It could be through an advertorial, classified ad, or via a high quality guest blog post. To be the best, you have to be among the best, and be providing the best quality information.
When your prospects land on any page linking over to find out more about your business, they need be completely bowled over with their expectations of your business. That encourages a couple of things:
1) People will click your links to visit your website
2) They will click on the share button around your content
That’s a double whammy from one page of content.
Of course, if you’re going to be putting out high quality content to represent your business, you cannot, repeat…CANNOT, let that quality slacken when prospects arrive at your site.
High quality content does so much more than bring prospects to your website though. The more valuable information you provide your audience, the more of an authority you become in your respective field of expertise. That needs you to communicate your message effectively.
This is a stumbling point for many a new website start up and there’s one key element that will give you an unfair advantage, when it comes to content creation. That is creating the content that your users are going to be completely be in awe with when they discover it.
Do you know what the key is?
Forums are one of them…
When you go to various forums within your niche topic of interest, you get to tap into the minds of your target audience. You get to see firsthand the questions people are asking their peers. Contributors then come into answer those problems.
That’s research completed for you. You know from there what the problems are and the answers are there for you too.
But here’s the game changer for high quality content creation…
Most of your competitors may already know of this technique to get in front of their audience. They’ll be in those forums posting solutions. Very few though will be participating AND taking advantage of the research involved in the process.
To take full advantage for your website, you have to be able to take those problems, mix in the solutions, and come up with one heck of a killer content page. One that is chalked full of useful advice, based on the expediential research conducted.
That needs to be formatted to achieve results. That means creating content rich pages, that don’t overly exert on a target keyword phrase.
Most content rich pages, focusing on SEO efforts will make the mistake of creating content that search engines can understand. One key phrase in the wrong place, just for a search bot, will lose the interest in human readers. That will cause the business owner to lose the opportunity for a subscriber or a customer.
News Flash
Search engines are complicated but they can understand the English language. What they can’t do is share your website outside of their search engine. Your readers do that though. That’s why high quality content engages human readers, while ignoring the spider.
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The only way to create high quality content is to completely wipe your thoughts about search engines. You have to start with your readers in mind. Create the content that’s going to be engaging to them. That’s the only way to succeed online – engaging readers so they can continue to soak up every valuable piece of advice.
Now for the kicker:
High quality content doesn’t come from that one forum post, as mentioned previously with the readers’ problems and solutions. It comes from addressing the problem and continuing to offer a variety of solutions.
That means you have to do the research more thoroughly.
The thing with people is that there’s very rarely a one size fits all solution. Therefore, your content needs to approach every subject matter from a few different angles.
You can take that first solution and address it first in your content, and then find an alternative solution to add into the mix.
People appreciate choices more than instructions.
Only once that outline is there, should you then do a couple of minor tweaks to ensure that search engines understand the topic of discussion.
Where that content ranks in search bears no meaning. Why does it bear no meaning?
Because high quality content attracts a natural linking pattern, and all you have to do is set the ball rolling. When you’re consistent with this type of content creation, a simple tweet, and a Facebook share is all you need to attract plenty of attention to that post.
There’s even more of an advantage. Because you’re putting out high quality content, to your target audience, other bloggers in and around your niche will envy you. You’ll have and continue to grow a mass of raving followers, as well as email subscribers. These give you an on tap traffic source.
What does every website need to succeed?
Traffic
Your high quality content is going to bring you a ton of traffic. Anytime you want exposure, you can get it. You can also trade it within other websites, by offering your expert knowledge and sending some traffic to their site. It markets your website. That’s why most people guest blog some of their most valuable information – to target the audience of an existing blog.
Once the content is out there, you don’t really need too much copywriting at all. If you’re conducting your social media campaigns efficiently, then a simple post to let your fan base know where your most recent content is published is all you’ll need. That gets the ball rolling and the word of mouth spreading.
Only when there’s information there that is worth sharing though. Every piece of information published, referring to your business is a marketing opportunity. New people can discover it and your existing readers will look forward to it.
It can’t be stale, nor can it be overly optimised. It’s all about digital engagement with valuable advice. When you can do that, you’ll have a thriving business online with people waiting for your next publication to be released.
The content you use has the power to champion your business forward, or knock it into the depths of cyberspace archives. High quality content though, will have your readers comfortable and encouraged, to heed your advice. That’s when your business can thrust forward and thrive.
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