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… more value than this one. The tips and strategies Neil offers up are supported with visual aids that boils down a complex topic for the reader. It covers the content marketing gamut and delivers 10x the value of anything else on the web. 2. Recycle popular past content When we’re discussing 10x content we’re thinking of ways to offer up more value…
… more tips on using the tool. Take a look at each expert and ask yourself, “What do they know best? What can they contribute to my followers?” From there, begin to separate them into groups depending on how long you want your roundups to be. I prefer to make a couple of posts or videos on any topic, and so split those experts up to get more content…
… to discover your brand. For example, let’s say you’re an interior designer who specializes in kitchens. Make a list of common questions asked by your audience, such as “What is the best color to paint my kitchen?” As you analyze search results, you might notice that “best color to paint kitchen” would be a valuable keyword to use in your content…
It happens to the best of bloggers. You produce stellar content that’s helpful and easy to read. You even publish a blog post a week – or more – to prove you’re serious about blogging. You genuinely care about your audience. But sometimes, despite doing everything by the book, the traffic’s a dud.