Keyword planner – using the Google AdWords tool for keyword research

Google provides SEO specialists with some invaluable services for keyword research, with the most important amongst them being the AdWords tool, the Keyword Planner. While the program was originally developed to generate keywords for Google ads, it’s also proved itself to be a useful tool for SEO keyword research – and above all, it can be used for free! So, what are the terms for its use, and how...

Content marketing in B2B: strategies, opportunities, and challenges

Content marketing has arrived in the B2B sector. However, a successful B2B content marketing strategy differs fundamentally from those used by B2C companies. The target group is demanding, potential customers are most likely specialists in their field of expertise, and they make their decisions based on facts, figures, and pragmatic principles. This poses very specific challenges for B2B content...

SEO basics: correct website structure through internal linking

Have you ever thought of what kind of role internal linking plays in search engine optimisation? Linking individual web pages can be very beneficial for SEO, so this practice shouldn’t be overlooked. Through a meaningful website structure and the correct positioning and number of internal links, websites can increase their search engine ranking.

The most popular alternatives to Google

Numerous companies and nonprofit organisations offer web search services beyond the Google algorithm. The competition is usually stuck with an outsider status but they also present interesting approaches and innovative business models that don’t necessarily rely on the advertising industry. The trend toward anonymous web searches is also starting to appeal to more and more users, meaning that...

Content curation: How online marketers are learning from museums

“Content is King.” The content marketing battle cry is still relevant. However, for a few years now, there has been a slight shift: further back in the past there was nothing but self-developed contributions, today you also have to rely on distributing external content. Content curation has brought about a contemporary form of online marketing, oriented on social media and traditional cultural...

Content analytics and measuring success right

Strategic planning, laborious implementation, targeted promotion – anyone looking to make content marketing a sustainable aspect of their advertising campaign has their work cut out. But just because the content is online and has acquired its first likes doesn’t mean that the work is over and it’s time to put your feet up. Long-term monitoring of results and the optimisation of individual...

Content promotion: maximum reach for your content

A content marketing strategy doesn’t just appear, but is rather the result of an intense analysis of goals, strengths, and content. Implementing the strategy requires a lot of personnel as well as finances. You design the content, write blog posts, produce videos, and put together whitepaper and e-books. After all this, you still aren’t finished. Nothing will happen if you don’t start promoting...

Content marketing: tools for a smoother workflow

Carrying out a content marketing strategy effectively from start to finish requires sustained, professional, and goal-orientated execution. Many marketers will despair in this huge mountain of challenges. From the research to the monitoring, many different people are involved, and countless tasks need to be divided, scheduled, and then completed. But not to fret – there are many handy content...

Multilingual websites in e-commerce: international SEO

If you want your website to gain ground on the international stage, it’s crucial to be able to offer your content in a range of languages. But it takes more than just a good translation to keep all the versions of your site at the top of the search engine results pages. Without adequate SEO measures, your multilingual websites can quickly fall short of the mark.

Focusing on your target market: successful content planning

To be able to implement all your content marketing goals, you’ll need a well-structured and thought-out editorial plan. By carrying out proper strategic considerations in advance – including topic research and resource planning – you can be sure to create a solid content plan that gives all your editors a clear view of the tasks ahead. By doing so, you can give more weight to your content...