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Using Content to Improve SEO

This week we were joined by Andy Crestodina (@crestodina), Co-Founder and Strategic Director of Orbit Media Studios. An SEO pro hot off a highly rated Content Marketing World keynote, Andy shared his expertise on how to improve your SEO through content. Read on for an hour-long master class in creating SEO-optimized content the right way.

Q1: What is SEO and why should #content marketers and bloggers care about it?

 

Q2: What is the biggest #SEO misconception amongst content marketers? 

 

Q3: SEO can seem overwhelming. What are some tips for getting started optimizing your content for #SEO?

Q4: What common SEO practices should we stop using in our content? 

Q5: How does content distribution come into play with improving your #SEO? 

Q6: What are some examples of high-authority websites with outstanding content and good SEO? 

Q7: What are your favorite #SEO tools for #contentmarketing?

Believe it or not, I'm going out on vacation, so I won't be hosting the next two editions of #ContentChat. Instead, my friend and #ContentChat regular Wayne Hendry will be taking over the hosting reins while I enjoy some Southern California Sunshine. That's right—I'm going to Disneyland!

I'll be back at the #ContentChat helm on October 3, with our very special guest Ann Handley. See you soon!

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