Content that starts conversations
In the old days, content marketing developed a bad rap.
It was associated with low quality, poorly written copy, littered with key words (churned out for cents per word) that seemed to be written exclusively for SEO. But readers (and Google) wised up and demanded more.
These days writing on-trend, well-researched, newsy articles or commentary about developments in your industry, customer success stories or chewing the fat with your readers about their interests has a few key benefits: it keeps your website fresh, produces pillar content for social and email channels, offers free value to your customers, demonstrates your thought leadership … and it is great for SEO!
Contact Brad at to help you start conversations in your industry.
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