2020 Content Marketing Trends
Content creation and publishing are moving at higher a rate than the previous years. For example, the number of blogs is growing faster than the population. When it comes to reading the online content, only 8 out of 10 people read headlines but only 2 out of 10 click and read full articles.
2020 is quite close now. So its time to learn what updates are coming to the content marketing domain. To help you learn this, Ezoic Inc. contributor Allen Longstreet has published an article highlighting content marketing trends for the coming year.
Longstreet says, “I’m going to take you through only the most important coming trends in content marketing, without all the fluff, that were on full display at Content Marketing World this year…
Recently, everyone thought mobile was the way to go—and they were right. Statistically, the vast majority of traffic to your site is on mobile. Googlebot also now crawls your site on a mobile-first index, which means if your website isn’t optimized for mobile, your rankings may suffer.
Voice search is one of those hot-ticket items that every content marketer thinks they need to jump on before the train leaves the station without them”.
Digital Marketing Depot is hosting a webinar ‘Has “Content” Become a Dirty Word?’ on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at 1.00 pm EDT. The DMD team says, “Avoid digital pollution and focus on what your audience needs. Let’s face it, in today’s content teams, chaos reigns. But while content is still king, the question on many […]
MarketingProfs has published a new episode of the Marketing Smarts podcast ‘How to Generate High-Quality Traffic That Turns Into Leads and Sales: Brian Dean on Marketing Smarts’ featuring Brian Dean. says, “Even in the face of the proliferation of podcasts, video, and interactive content, Brian Dean is still a fan of the good old blog […]
High-quality content, mobile-first strategy, page experience, page speed, and on-page optimization are some top-ranking factors. Search Engine Journal contributor Matt G. Southern has published an article explaining the importance of title tags in Google search results. He says, “Google unquestionably uses the HTML title tag to understand what pages are about so it can rank […]
Closing a site indicates that the site is no longer in use and can eventually be deleted according to a schedule. Search Engine Journal contributor Matt G. Southern has shared five ways to prepare for a site closure. He says, “More detail about these recommendations and how to deal with the negative impact of taking […]
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