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Question One: How do I create more meaningful content?
Our Response: If you’re a business owner, it may be difficult to write meaningful posts if you don’t have the time. For a content marketer, however, it’s imperative that he/she invests the time and energy to read. A lot.
You need a constant flow of new and old ideas in order to write about interesting connections that you perceive in your industry.
There are quite a few ways to create more meaningful content:
Provide a personal opinion on something in the industry.
Respond to an “expert’s” blog post.
Address your customers’ frequently asked questions.
Write about something that’s been on your mind for a while. Take a risk and see what happens.
Question Two: Should I try to build SEO traffic with a single page or a primary domain?
Our Response: It depends on what your goals are. You can better optimize your single page to get more traffic from a very specific term, but these targeted visitors may not come to the other parts of your site.
Focusing on bringing traffic through broader search terms to your top-level domain can prove beneficial, but not as targeted.
Really, it all depends on what your primary domain contains. Is it surrounding a very specific topic? Is the topic too broad for your individual pages to receive traffic?
These are questions you can easily answer if you do some research on your niche.
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