03/07/2018 By wiredwebwriter
Although a lot of people have seen so many benefits from using content marketing, there are still some who are not getting even the fraction of their desired results. Well, the reason for this is because they keep on committing silly mistakes and they’re not even aware of them. I’ve created a list below so you’ll know what to avoid if you’re planning to launch your very own content marketing campaign:
1. Not having a clear plan.
A lot of people sink their teeth into his endeavor without proper planning. Well, you can’t just start writing and hope you can wing it, right? As an internet marketer, you need to know your goals and the things that you need to do in order to reach those goals. Without a clear idea on how you can get from point A to point B, I’m pretty sure you’ll fail in no time and that could mean waste of your time and energy.
2. Publishing low-quality content.
I’m sure at one point or another, you’ve read something from the internet that didn’t really make any sense. A lot of internet marketers are not really concern about giving their customers good reading experience. They’re just after the links that they’re going to get once their blog posts or articles were published. Some are even letting their ghost writers do the job without checking the content before getting it published. You have to remember that anything you publish under your name will have impact on your online reputation. You don’t want to be associated with low-quality content or worst, spam-sounding articles, right?
3. Not using keywords.
If you think that great, informative content will do the trick, you better think again. You see no matter how much information you share, if your articles are not showing on relevant search page results, there’s no way that your potential clients will see or read them. That means, there’s no way that you can connect with them and it’ll be impossible for you to send them to your blog or website. Well, you can avoid that from happening by simply making anything you’re writing search engine-friendly.
4. Know the right keywords to use, know where to properly place them in your content, and follow the recommended keyword density at all times.
Being somebody else’s copycat. I believe that if there’s one thing that can really help you get noticed online, it’ll be originality. There are so many copycats in the online arena and I can tell you that they’re not getting any respect from online users. Believe me, you don’t want to be one of them.
5. Not being consistent.
Consistency is very important especially if you’re just starting out. You cannot write today and rest for the next 7 days. If you want to really get amazing results and if you want to speed up the process of getting your prospects to notice you, you need to write and publish something every single day.