Content Strategy Puts the User First.

Content should be designed to serve a purpose, provide an engaging experience, and satisfy the needs of your target audience.

True content strategy is built around solving a problem and fulfilling a need, which often comes from a deep understanding of the audience and their unique problem.

An Open Conversation About Content Strategy

I invited my friend Anthony Pensabene to participate in this conversation with me; if you are reading this I would also like to invite you to add to our open conversation via the comments.

Anthony is a talented content strategist who has always expressed strong feelings about the role content should play within overall marketing strategy.

What you are about to embark on is a relatively informal set of … Keep Reading »

Inbound Marketing and Content Strategy from Philadelphia SEO Community

Last month’s post on Fresh Insights from Some of Philly’s Top SEO’s generated a lot of great feedback in the form of comments, tweets, and even some very nice emails. The reoccurring theme of the feedback was for more; more Philly SEO, more Q&A, and especially more coverage of the brilliant minds in or from this great city.

This post features some awesome industry feedback and insights from SEO’s who … Keep Reading »

Thoughtful Blog Commenting Kicks Ass

When was the last time you made a comment on a blog post you appreciated that turned into something worthwhile? Like really worthwhile, more than just a blog comment link?

If your experiences are in any way similar to my own, it’s been a long time, if ever.

And Then it Happens

After a very thought provoking meet-up @SEOGrail this past Wednesday, where @IanHowells and @BillSebald faced-off on white hat … Keep Reading »

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