Reach Out to Your Network: I highly recommend reaching out to your existing network to find writers that have a track record of proven results. A referral from someone within your industry is even better, ask what their experience was like working with the writer and what results they were able to generate.Speak to the Writer Directly: Many businesses order content online without having a direct conversation with the writer – and by “direct” I mean a phone call or video chat. A lot can be lost in translation via email or messenger. As much as you are looking for a writer with the right skills, you want to be sure they are a good character fit. Communication is importantAsk to See Examples: Always ask to see examples of their work – particularly work that relates to your niche. Just note that stealing content examples is common practice online, so you don’t always know what you are getting. If they can send you an example with their name in … [Read more...] about How Much Should You Pay for SEO Content?
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“In corpus linguistics, Part-Of-Speech Tagging (POS tagging or POST), also called grammatical tagging, is the process of marking up a word in a text (corpus) as corresponding to a particular part of speech, based on both its definition, as well as its context—i.e. relationship with adjacent and related words in a phrase, sentence, or paragraph.” … [Read more...] about How to Mine the SERPs for SEO, Content & Customer Insights
While SEO experts and business owners would love to get the best of both worlds – content that’s made to attract organic traffic and get a high conversion rate – the reality is that SEO content is best at driving traffic and sales copy is best at selling. … [Read more...] about SEO Content Writing vs. SEO Copywriting: Is There a Difference?
Click-through rate. If you’re developing content for SEO, you need to know how many search engine users are actually seeing links to your content and clicking them on search result pages. Google Analytics will allow you to see how many searchers are seeing links to your content as well as how many are clicking on those links. A high click-through rate is a good indication that your content is appearing in the right search result pages.Bounce rate. When a user clicks on a link and then quickly clicks “back” or leaves the page, this is a bounce. A high bounce rate indicates that users are visiting your site only to decide the site is not what they needed, so they leave the page quickly. High bounce rates generally indicate poor keyword coordination; your content may be appearing in the wrong search result pages or your website is too slow or poorly optimized.Time-on-page. When a searcher clicks a link to your content, how much time does that searcher spend on the page? … [Read more...] about A How-To Guide for SEO Content Analysis
However, a high bounce rate can actually be indicative of strongly performing content. If the webpage serves the information need of the user perfectly, there may be no reason to have another interaction with the website. For instance, if a user is trying to find the address for a local branch or a particular recipe, a high bounce rate may be a measurement of success. … [Read more...] about Common misconceptions when measuring SEO content performance