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THE VALUE OF CONTENT MARKETING

The aim of Content Marketing is to attract more visitors to your website via great, informative, sharable, problem solving content. This valuable, uber-content (in the form of blogs & news articles) is designed to increase organic traffic.

Share your expertise and build trust using targeted content marketing

The right kind of content on your website really can help generate more leads and boost sales. But it’s not just about creating great content. You also need a great website with content that’s optimised for search engines and you need to share that content on social media. And when people do access your content, you’ll need to have strong call to actions in place to convert those visitors into customers. Luckily, we can do all that for you.

RESEARCH

We’ll help you uncover the keywords and phrases that your target audiences (you’re bound to have more than one) are searching for. We can then use that information to identify specific content opportunities for your business website.

PLAN

Create a targeted, 90-day plan that’s bursting with activity. Attract and retain customers and prospects using a marketing cocktail of blogs, email and social media campaigns, mail shots and PR promotions and much, much more.

CONTENT CREATION

Content. It’s the marketing ’meat-on-the-bone’. Write regular blogs and news articles to fuel and update your website. Creating landing pages with unique, targeted content will help get the best ROI from your PPC campaigns.

OPTIMISE & PUBLISH

Your website content needs the strongest keyword to increase its chances of being loved by search engines. Don’t just use blogs once: promote them on social media, publish them in email campaigns, use them in beautifully designed newsletters.

Attract more visitors with content marketing

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    “Cognique were a huge support to the Clochee UK team. The website they designed played a fundamental role in the initial launch of the range”

    Shirley Routley, CEO, Clochee UK

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Want more people to find your blog posts via Google and other search engines? Here’s what to do... 1. Answer questions The easiest way to optimise your blog for search engine is to research what questions people are already asking that relate to your business. There are lots of ways to do this. Read our keywords blog for some ideas, or try a tool like Answer the public. Once you’ve found a question to answer, Google it yourself and look at the current search results. Prioritise topics th...

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