How Content Curation Can Help and Hurt Your Search Ranking

November
23rd, 2016
Keyhole - Content Marketing - Joe Dudeck
Joe Dudeck
President + Founder
Categories: SEO
November
23rd, 2016
Keyhole - Content Marketing - Joe Dudeck
Joe Dudeck
President + Founder
Categories: SEO

“If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.” – Mark Twain

I’d venture a guess if ol’ Samuel Clemens were alive and Googling these days, he’d say the same thing about SEO. If you don’t like today’s algorithm, just wait a few minutes.

The rules of search engine optimization seem to change all the time—primarily dictated by the conglomerate Google. Today, it’s all about creating great content that people love to read. And right now, content curation has become one of the new ways to best serve both your audience and Google’s spiders.

The Do’s and Don’t of Content Curation

Content curation and it’s impact on SEO can be a bit of an ambiguous animal. Maybe you’ve heard the phrase, but it’s never been explained in an easy-to-understand way. Or, maybe you’re ready to take the next step and experiment in whether or not content curation is right for your business, but you’re unaware of the best practices in doing so.

Well, we recently explored what content curation is and why it matters for your business blog. The article below explores this concept even further, looking at how the right and wrong moves can affect your SEO.

Content curation lets you publish fresh, relevant content at a higher volume. When done right, it can even help to improve your SEO.

Read the full article at: www.curata.com.

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