30-second summary: Keyword research is at the heart of understanding where your business stands and what your end-users expect Surveying or monitoring your analytics is a great way of listening to your customers or readers for effective content ideas Seasonality is a great way to find fresh content ideas by finding angles where your primary topic overlaps with seasonal interests Collaborate and meet real people – use every opportunity (events, meetups, live sessions) to talk to people and listen to what they’d be interested in consuming Use “question research” to understand the existing information gaps in the market Re-package your old, better-performing content into new (updated) assets If you feel like everything has already been written and you have no idea what else you can write about, here are six content ideas for you that help you come up with valuable and engaging content this year: 1. Use new keyword research tools Keyword research is not just for SEO! They can give you in-depth insight into your audience’s interests, questions, and struggles. Research and address them in your content
30-second summary: Did you know that, as of 2020, upwards of 68 million people listen to a weekly podcast ? Your podcast can easily reach more subscribers if you take some time to do some off-page SEO tactics and a few other best practices along the way Check out these seven podcast SEO tips to help you get in front of more people and get more subscribers If you have a podcast for your business, something you’ve probably thought about is how to get more subscribers to tune in to future episodes. After all, unlike with traditional blogging where you have a dedicated space for your content, your listeners are accessing your podcast episodes through a third-party streaming service or podcast directory. And these services often carry hundreds of thousands of other podcasts in their network. So how can you get your podcast discovered by more of the right leads and future customers
30-second summary: With sponsor deals shutting down, trips cancelled and events postponed, the Coronavirus has given influencer marketing a huge hit. Travel influencers suffered while fitness influencers thrived in a world of social distancing.