In episode #745, Eric and Neil discuss the “land and expand” content marketing strategy. Tune in to learn about this method and how to apply it to your site.
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- [00:27] Today’s Topic: The Land and Expand Content Marketing Strategy
- [01:05] Eric and Neil have a domain for this podcast, but they haven’t been paying much attention to it.
- [01:55] Over the last seven days, they have gotten over 1000 visitors. This means they get about 6000 visitors per month.
- [02:12] They are planning to expand the content to see if it positively affects their traffic.
- [02:30] If you take all the pages you have and just add more content, you are wasting your time; look at which page gets the most traffic and expand upon it.
- [03:18] Use AHREFS and see how your keywords are ranking.
- [03:20] If the keywords drive 500-1000 visits per month, go ahead and expand. Otherwise, ignore that page or those keywords.
- [03:45] Within 30 days you may see an increase in traffic, but never more than double your current traffic.
- [04:42] That’s all for today!
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