commit: 6b2ca8a - #414 (2014-03-05 12:54:44 -0500)
Doesn't matter what kind of site you have - the advice from this post is valuable:
"Nowadays you need to prove to Google that you’re an expert. Does Candie’s have any experts? Get them front and center. Let’s meet them, and learn from them. Get them writing. Do your research to learn all the questions your potential customers have, and answer the hell out of them."
Totally agree. I loved how this showed SEO isn't just a tech-fest, it truly has a customer impact. That gets lost in a lot of posts about SEO.
That is some serious shoe love lol
Thanks everyone for the comments. I really appreciate it!
i personally would have gone with a higher heel, but thtats just me ;)
Well-deserved. Great job!
A little late to the party. Bill is, like, the worst self-promoter in the history of self-promoters, but this post was so full of ideas for content marketing and insight that it's ridiculous. For one, it highlights the need for an active, involved content strategist, who's thinking of how, why and where content is shared. Also, it illuminates the measure of control brands too willingly give to celebrities, who they then expect to become their marketing, PR, branding arm. Never happens. But maybe most important, it shows us all what can and does happen when we create products/services without having key butts in the seats.
I like how you took a request from your wife which you couldn't ignore and turned it into gold for the blog. You leveraged the moment so it added to your other efforts instead of "getting in the way." Of course any request from the better half is never "getting in the way" but way to weave the elements together. Creative opportunities are offered all the time of course it helps to be able to time-shift or be flexible. Also, interesting comments about fashion sites and lack of textual content, do you see sites that are changing at all?