It is fair to say that 2020 has been a game-changer in every industry, and digital marketing is no exception. Many office buildings, work floors, and other workspaces locked their doors and instructed their employees to set up shop at home. It was an eventuality that no one saw coming – and that many wouldn’t have considered possible before the pandemic. Fortunately, the resourceful and flexible digital industry – as a whole – has managed quite nicely. This isn’t to say, however, that it’s been easy or that there aren’t ways we can continue to stay nimble and to roll with the evolving landscape of the new normal.
This may not come as a huge surprise, but you’re probably not even coming close to maximizing the value of your internal links. You’ve got a lot of balls in the air (it is 2020, after all), and let’s face it, all that internal link stuff can be hard to interpret and act upon. It’s easy to lose sight of the dynamic role internal links can play in your site’s overall relevance, but Google’s numbers don’t lie – internal links matter. Fortunately, there are some tips that can help you dominate those links and elevate your site performance in the process.
It’s clear that marketing matters and that content is critical to search engine optimization (SEO), but how do you quantify your return on investment (ROI) when it comes to content marketing. It’s a good question, and fortunately, there are guidelines that specifically address your concerns. The fact is that even many marketers aren’t sure how to address the ROI issue, and Content Marketing Institute shares that upwards of 40 percent are seriously invested in improving their ability to provide concrete measurement tools. While qualitative measurements can provide you with a sense of how things are going, they don’t have the gravitas of cold, hard numbers.