By Natalie Slyman
Remember when having a question about something usually meant you'd have to pull out the ol' encyclopedia to find the answer? Archaic, I know. The invention of the internet and a little thing called a search engine has managed to give us a strong case of amnesia, and honestly, it makes sense. No one really wants to go back to those days.
Now, if you will, cut to a few years ago when becoming a content marketer meant you just had to create content somewhat consistently. That was all fine and dandy until everyone and their moms started doing it. The content marketing atmosphere became saturated, and pretty soon, finding content that was high-quality and not spammy was like attempting the impossible.
That's why, if you want your content to be found by audience members looking for information on things within your industry, then you need to sharpen your SEO skills and be creating high-quality content that is optimized for search.
The concept is simple, but there's a ton to keep in mind when actually attempting this feat. By now you may be wondering where to get started. Well, we have you covered with our whitepaper "The Ultimate Guide to Content Marketing for SEO."
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