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29 de jun. de 2022
All websites rely on effective content to bridge the gap between the organization and its audience. However, not all content is created on an equal footing, and there is no opportunity to realize its true potential. This practical guide provides some practical tips and advice below. Check the performance of the content. We'll detail some specific tips for fixing content areas that can work harder for your business. The Search Engine Journal site has several related content improvement articles that can complement this. The two recent items I recommend reading are: Improve your content on social media Learn SEO content advertisement Continue reading below The main tools and analytics packages used in this post are Google Analytics, SEMrush, and Ahrefs. As you can imagine, there are countless other tools you can use. However, Google Analytics is free. In addition, SEMrush and Ahrefs offer a trial period of the software or a free reduced feature version that you ghost mannequin effect can try at a minimal cost. The purpose of this post is to guide you through some of the common steps you take when looking for poorly performing content. You'll also learn how to make the necessary decisions about how to add value to your existing website content. Use Google Analytics to identify poorly performing content Google Analytics (GA) will be a reliable analytics package for most digital marketing professionals. This is due to the ubiquitous nature of the software, its global familiarity of use for business and marketing purposes, and the fact that it is free in most cases (unless you choose an enterprise-level solution). Advertisement Continue reading below GA is also a key choice as it is compatible with other Google products and data insights such as Google Search Console and Trends. Since I'm using a demo account for the demonstration in this article, some screenshots don't show the dataset when I log in to my account, but this works for my current purposes. Also, if you haven't installed Google Analytics yet, this is a simple action to take later. Just visit https://support.google.com/ and Google has a helpful step-by-step guide titled "Getting Started with Analytics".