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The Writer’s Guide to Optimizing Content for Better Results

Many content marketing writers and strategists focus exclusively on creating new content. That makes sense, given the constant reminders of how much search engines love fresh new content. The result is a constant sense of pressure to keep filling the content pipeline, publishing fresh pieces to attract new users, and persuade fence-sitting prospects.

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John Boitnott

John Boitnott

Writer: Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com ~ Advisor: http://t.co/7sYwBxg4W9 ~ Fantasy/Sci-Fi Nerd ~ Futurist ~ Tweets are my own.

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