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Content is Crucial!

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28th March 2012

Why is content so important? Why do online marketing companies swear by it?

Content is crucial!

When clients ask us what would make their online campaign more effective we always say ” content is key”.

Good content is so important because it:

• Engages potential customers
• Increases your relevance to targeted keywords
• Increases your search engine ranking positions, which in effect increases your traffic
• Increases the changes of being linked to from other sites.

Good content isn’t just good for search engine optimisation. It’s vital to your email marketing, your PPC and your social media! With the clocks going forward, the sun shining and the Innermedia content team in their most generous mood yet. . . We feel it’s time to have some free giveaways!

What are we giving away? You guessed it. . . Content.

We are giving away five bespoke articles. All you have to do is like us on Facebook and you’ll automatically be entered into our competition draw. All winners will be announced on our Facebook page, so keep checking there for regular updates.

www.facebook.com/Innermedia

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