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sihab seo
Jul 28, 2022
In TV& Film Forum
Google aims to provide its users with the most relevant results for their queries. So if you want to rank high on Google, you need to be the most relevant result. In the real world, that means creating content that matches search intent. What is search intent? Search intent is basically the why behind a query. And since Google works to show the most relevant results, we can look at the top-ranking pages to figure out the three Cs of search intent: Content type – Is there a dominant type of content on the SERP, such as blog posts, product pages, videos, or landing pages? Content format – Is there a dominant content format on the SERP, such as guides, listicles, news articles, opinion pieces, or reviews? Content angle – Is there a dominant angle on the SERP, such as freshly updated content or content aimed at beginners? For example, let’s analyze the three Cs for the topic, “best wireless headphones.” SERP for "best wireless headphones" Content type – They’re all blog posts. Content format – They’re mostly listicles. Content angle – They’re mostly fresh, i.e., updated to the latest year. So if you’re targeting this keyword, you’ll likely have to create something similar—a listicle updated to the latest year. well- recommended name is what makes affiliate marketing such a powerful pillar of digital marketing. Recommended reading: What Is Search Intent? A Complete Guide for Beginners 7. Create content that attracts amplifiers In theory, every reader will share your content whatsapp number list with at least one or two friends, thereby creating a “viral sensation.” In reality, virality rarely works this way. Instead, most “viral” content is kickstarted by amplifiers: Individuals who have the ability to get many people to see and share. Typically, these amplifiers are people who have a large audience. Examples of amplifiers include journalists, influencers, YouTubers, podcasters, and more. The four content audience groups To create content that amplifiers want to share, it has to be unique—unique data, perspectives, tips, etc. A story from our chief marketing officer, Tim Soulo, perfectly illustrates this. Years ago, he reached out to marketing influencer Rand Fishkin about his epic 5,000-word guide to strategic writing. Rand said no to sharing it. Email from Rand Fishkin A few years later, Rand shared our post on podcast advertising even though we didn’t ask. Most recently, he tweeted about our GSC study:
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