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One of the things I love most about the combination of content marketing with search engine optimization (SEO) is how they work in concert together.
If customers require multiple touch-points with a brand to become aware of it, and they do their online sleuthing long before they make a purchase…. then it makes sense to take control of those touch-points.
Each one is an opportunity to be found and make an impression.
I’ve been deeply interested in conversion for quite some time, and watching how different types of content helps or hurts conversion for each client is a fascinating thing.
Because I focus on the integration of content with SEO and social media, I am lucky enough to see the entire spectrum from creation to ROI – something many marketers don’t get to do as an agency. They create and post, then pass the baton to the client.