6 Ways to Refresh Your Content for Better SEO

6 Ways to Refresh Your Content for Better SEO

One of the best things you can do for your SEO is to refresh your existing content. Taking the best of your old content and giving it a make-over can help improve your SEO.

This helps search engines find you and keeps your readers interested in what you’re writing about.

To do this effectively, you do need to take your content skills to the next level. It’s time to turn your good content into great content. Keep reading to learn the 6 ways you can easily refresh your content for better SEO.

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EAT and YMYL: What You Need to Know if You Want to Rank in Google

EAT and YMYL: What You Need to Know if You Want to Rank in Google

EAT and YMYL are critical to creating quality page content that helps you rank in Google.

Google confirmed this very fact with its February 2019 whitepaper, titled: How Google Fights Disinformation.

For the entire Know Agency team, this whitepaper confirmed what we’ve been saying for a while now: quality content is key to your ranking in Google.

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Digital Marketing and SEO Trends for 2019

Digital Marketing and SEO Resolutions for 2019

It’s the start of a new year and with this comes resolutions, goals, expectations, and hope. You’ve likely made some personal 2019 resolutions that involve improving your daily habits in an effort to live a different kind of life.

We applaud this intention and we would like to encourage you to extend this forward-thinking to your business. Just as you feel like you need to hit the restart button, this is the ideal time to think about your 2019 digital marketing and SEO strategies. As you know, nothing is static online, and this means that what worked for 2018 is going to need a bit of a makeover for 2019. Read more

What Is Happening with Google+?

What Is Happening with Google+?

The dust has finally settled on the Google+ news from early October. The news that Google was shuttering its social network Google+ was a surprise but not a shock.

Think of how often you visited Google+ compared to the frequency with which you check Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. While Google+ was launched in June 2011 as a competitor to Facebook, the social network did not gain the traction or addiction level of its rival.

In fact, in the Google blog post announcing the Google+ shutdown, Ben Smith, VP of Engineering at Google said, “…This review crystallized what we’ve known for a while: that while our engineering teams have put a lot of effort and dedication into building Google+ over the years, it has not achieved broad consumer or developer adoption, and has seen limited user interaction with apps.”

“The consumer version of Google+ currently has low usage and engagement: 90 percent of Google+ user sessions are less than five seconds.”

Security flaw notwithstanding, it’s clear that Google+ was not doing for the company what was initially hoped. As a result, Google+ will be fully closed down for consumers in August 2019. However, Google+ will continue with some tweaks and updates for the enterprise sector. Read more

How To Find Your Digital Tone of Voice

How To Find Your Digital Tone of Voice

Words matter. The words you use matter. How you use the words you do use matters. Good words can be game-changers. Good words work.

The power of your words is so strong that when you use them with the incorrect tone of voice – your brand, blog traffic, social media accounts, and digital reputation self-destruct. Harsh, perhaps, but think of how you react when you read a website that you can’t relate to or a newsletter that uses brash language or read a Tweet that you find offensive.

This is exactly why you need to learn how to find your digital tone of voice and know how to use it to make words work for you and your customers. Read more