In episode #2337, Neil and Eric talk about coming up with unlimited content ideas. We hear about a plethora of old and new tools to guide content generation, with Neil and Eric’s observations and first-hand experience in mind. Don’t miss today’s episode!
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:20] Today’s topic: how to come up with unlimited content ideas.
- [00:25] Tools you can use to see what your competitors are creating and what is popular.
- [00:58] Leveraging AI tools to generate more and more ideas.
- [01:22] The importance of bearing in mind that a lot of AI tools create duplicate content.
- [01:32] Using exploding topics, Google trends, and the internal search feature to guide content.
- [01:52] How Neil and Eric capitalize on analytics to generate new content.
- [02:06] Why SEO performance marketing content tends to perform best for them.
- [02:16] How the news can guide your content decisions.
- [03:08] Why generating ideas is not the big thing that marketers mess up on.
- [03:17] Following through and updating your content so that your rankings don’t slip.
- [03:26] An invitation to join us in Miami on February 12 for Leveling Up Founders.
- [03:40] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe!
- [03:47] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to learn more!
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