5 Awesome Reads to Make Your Digital Content Strategy Rock

by | Jul 14, 2020 | Business, Marketing, SEO | 0 comments

5 Awesome Reads to Make Your Digital Content Rock

 These days we are all working to gain website traffic. An essential way to do that is to improve your digital content. Experts are everywhere you look, but you must look. I don’t know about you, but I am on tons of email newsletters. So, for this first post, I thought I would share a few of the standouts.

1. 7 Tried-and-tested Methods To Organically Grow Your Following On Social Media – Crowdfire

Crowdfire is one of my favorite sites and not just for the blog posts. If you’re looking to automate social media posts as part of your digital content strategy, it does a great job.

2. The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Strategies & How to Improve Your Digital Presence = Hubspot

Hubspot is another solid site when you’re clueless about how to improve your digital content.


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    3. 3 Simple Steps to Get Your First 10,000 Visitors from Google

    Neil Patel is the guru of content marketing. From his videos to blog posts he is a giant among all the influencers out there. He has a FREE SEO course running on Youtube right now. Check it out.

    “Links from high-authority sites send a trust signal to Google. It’s like having somebody vouch for you. The more people that vouch for you, the more trustworthy you are.”– Neil Patel


    4. How to Develop a Content Strategy: A Start-to-Finish Guide – Hubspot

    Hubspot has so many offerings it was hard not to include a second option from them.

    5. SEO Project Management, Brands in the SERPs, and Affiliate Marketing Tips

    Another leader in SEO and SEM is SEMrush. This gives a little more than digital content, so call it a bonus. 

    Final Thoughts

    If you are just starting a website or business you are probably buried in data, digital content ideas, and more.

    You may be lost and wondering what’s the best way to move forward.

    Take a step back.

    Starting a new project is stressful and we all know it.

    You may just want to start working. Or think it has to be perfect before you launch it.


    Do the things you know will be perfect first.

    Then work on the rest, piece by piece.

    Put up a notice, if you think you should.

    If this is a new site, chances are you’ll get it all done before anyone even notices.

    If you’re lost, or unsure of what you’re doing get in touch with Digital Ink Hackers. We’ve got you!