Jun 27, 2022
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With the concept of "content is the king", a very flooded landscape was born. Photo Retouching A harmful misunderstanding has arisen that a huge amount of content is important. Given the recent algorithm updates we've seen, it's clear that Google is trying to tell us something about choosing quality over quantity. I would like to argue that the content is not really the king anymore . The quality is. This means that having few very valuable content assets is far better than having a lot of poor quality assets. As content marketers, we must focus on providing value to our Photo Retouching readers in everything we write and publish. This can mean recognizing that you are creating irrelevant content. Unrelated content Here are 10 warning signs that it's time to Photo Retouching renew your content strategy. advertisement Continue reading below 1. Minimal organic traffic Needless to say, if no one is searching around the topic you are writing, it is unlikely to drive a lot of traffic. To create valuable and relevant content, you need to know what information your viewers are searching for. Spend time understanding your daily roles and responsibilities, the challenges you face, how you find information and consume content, your business needs, and more. This gives you a lot of insights and ultimately helps guide your keyword research. 2. Keyword research is not part of your process Keyword research is absolutely essential for coordinating SEO and content efforts. Creating an editing calendar that promotes organic visibility is almost impossible without a clear Photo Retouching understanding of: The query being searched. Topics discussed within the industry. Questions people are asking online. advertisement Continue reading below By using Keyword Research to guide your content development efforts, you'll be able to write about the terms and topics you're searching for, have ranking Photo Retouching opportunities, and reach the right audience. 3. Content found but not read Unread content By looking at metrics such as bounce rate and page dwell time, you can get a good idea of how interested your readers are in your content.