Creating link-worthy content takes a lot of time, planning, and strategy. The type Photo Retouching of link you really really want-an editorial-given link (ie a natural link) -is usually the hardest to get. Editorial links are the best kind of link and the kind of link that Google wants you to create. But what's worth having is worth working, isn't it? Now let's talk about how to get started creating link-worthy content. What is the content that deserves a link? Content that deserves a link is simply useful content. Link-worthy content is typically provided in four formats: Info: This is usually the latest news. Photo Retouching Inspiration: Content that encourages people to take action, such as self-development and support for the cause.
Education: This type of content teaches people new things. Photo Retouching Entertainment: This type of content usually provides entertainment and reproduces consumer emotions (eg happiness, fear, anger, sadness, surprise). Ultimately, your content should be the best answer to a question asked by someone in your target audience. If you're like me, when you're writing content, you're not going to make the final product that no one wants to link to. advertisement Continue reading below However, it is undeniable that there is a lot of mediocre content on the web. Most content can't get the traction-there are few views, shares, or links (if any). Content, content, content Photo Retouching Creating great content that attracts links is not easy.
This is very sad considering that 71.9% of marketers are focused on creating content, according to a Search Engine Journal survey. Content competition is fierce. You are competing for attention and clicks with blog posts, infographics, videos and many other types of content. In many cases, good content fails or inferior ones improve performance. Why? It wasn't sold properly. Photo Retouching Think of content as an asset. Like rental properties and stocks, content can generate valuable links that are useful for SEO. But creating link-worthy content is only half the battle. Establish relationships with influencers Is there a difference if some of the content is published on the web but no one links to it?