The Easiest SEO Strategy I’ve Ever Used

The easiest SEO strategy I’ve ever used. People assume that SEO is all work and no play. And yeah, there is a ton of work that goes into it. Anything that requires you to follow through on a long-term strategy is going to require some serious ongoing effort. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t find ways to make your SEO easier.

In fact, I have one SEO strategy that’s super simple. I rely on it all the time and it knocks out a ton of the dirty work for me. Now, I may have been doing SEO for a super long time, but I even run into walls sometimes, and I need help getting unstuck. And for me, I have a lot of responsibilities. So I really need to find ways to delegate, simplify and streamline my approach. So can you guess what my easy SEO hack is?

Open AI:
Answer the Public:
Search Atlas:

I leverage AI. Pretty straightforward, right? I need help for my SEO, from finding keywords to content ideas to meta text, I’m always looking for new approaches that can make my life easier and more simple. AI is rapidly becoming one of the most adopted new technologies that businesses of all sizes can leverage.

SEO-centric AI is truly necessary because it connects the dots for everything that I need to bring my SEO strategy together. So that way it all flows and it’s cohesive. It helps me analyze a relationship between my website, the content and ranking, and it helps me pivot quickly so I can continue to outrank my competition.

It also helps me identify opportunities including cutting edge topics in my industry that need addressing and that my audience wants to explore. Also, helps me optimize for conversions, including insights for how each page can accomplish a specific goal, such as a conversion to a sale, or sign up or subscribe, or redirect them to somewhere else, or refreshing outdated stake content to get the boost I need.

In fact, according to Outranking, 30% of AI adopters cited a 6 to 10% increase in revenue after implementing the new technology. Now, that’s major growth. The machine learning tool that uses AI, it’s called GPT-3 and you’ve heard about it. It’s been available now, publicly through Open AI. And it’s great, and you should check it out. So far in 2022, it’s sweeping the SEO marketplace and tons of major software engineers are taking note.

Tools like Search Atlas, CopySmith, Jasper, and many more are using it to fit in their applications and make content marketing easier, which makes it easier for you to create SEO content at scale. Now, in it’s most basic level, it’s a text generator, right? You should check out GPT-3.

But because it can create content with relatively few inputs, it’s also extremely helpful to SEO users that need a ton of content fast. Tools that incorporate GPT-3 into their software can now do things like generate topics for you, titles, meta tags, even create a whole article, or just do blog outlines and then let you pick what content you want to create for each and every single paragraph. And if you don’t like one, you can click don’t like, and then it spits up a new variation.

I like relying on AI for title and topic generation, meta tag generation, and even the occasional outline if I really want to get going. The best part, it’s all automated and it saves you so much time. And what I found that if you’re new to blogging, it can save you roughly half the time or it can save you your whole time. If you really want to write articles that are super creative and best for users, you’re going to have to modify that article, or you know, write a lot of it from scratch. And that’s what I like doing to streamline my SEO.

Answer the Public allows you to tap directly into your audience and go for those terms that aren’t that competitive that a lot of people are searching for today. Answer the Public listens and taps into the auto-complete data before cranking out super useful phrases and questions that your audience is searching for every single day. It’s one of the easiest ways to identify what your audience wants. And then you can use some of those AI tools to help you create content around those topics.

So if you want to create better content using these AI tools, check out Answer the Public to get you new insights. And if you just want my team to do all this for you, check out NP Digital.

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How to Use Content in Online Marketing and Paid Advertising

Creating and distributing content is the name of the game in content marketing. This can range from producing a video to crafting a well thought out article or blog post. Content can also be used to enhance a website’s search engine optimization, improve brand awareness and drive traffic to the site.

Content is a key component in content marketing and should be a part of any marketing strategy. For example, a company may wish to send email notifications to customers, or send out updates regarding new products or services. Other forms of content include audio and video marketing.

As with any marketing strategy, it’s best to create content that is relevant to your audience, and that has a good chance of being shared. A content library can help with this. It can include blogs, articles, video content, podcasts, webinars and more. A content library also helps with promoting brand awareness and authority.

The simplest and most effective way to do this is to create a content library and then republish it on a regular basis. This can be done through a content management system (CMS), a platform for creating content that is used by many different businesses. These platforms can be customized to your needs, which makes for a better user experience.

In addition to the content library, a brand should also be active on social media. It is possible to post updates on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and these platforms are effective ways of reaching a broad audience.

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