For brands to really pique the interest of readers and journalists, content needs to be exciting, eye-catching, and unique. The easiest way to create content that stands out from the crowd is to use data journalism. By basing their content around a range of stats and facts, brands can make sure they are creating interesting content that is newsworthy and sharable, thus driving traffic to their site, engaging their audience, and generating organic links.
While every organisation’s customers will have a different journey, and mapping it out can be tricky, these familiar stages should help guide your content strategy in the right direction.
Here are six ways you can optimize your content to help it rank in Google’s Rich Answer Box and achieve position zero in the search results.
By using the right tools, you can ensure your content creation process starts off on the right foot and delivers the results you need.
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