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Why your content marketing strategy needs to include blogs (and a lot of them!)

A notebook and pencil – when it comes to content marketing strategy, writing a blog is still relevant

Content is (still) king. So, as one of the most effective components of any successful content marketing strategy, blogs continue to be relevant. Whether B2B or B2C, companies are increasingly realising the importance of blogging and their value at each stage of the sales process. This blog explores the five key reasons why writing and publishing regular blogs is important to your business.

1. Improve search engine ranking

Search engine optimisation, or SEO, is at the very heart of blogging. High-quality blogs are keyword focused and optimised to improve search engine ranking. And long story short: SEO matters. The first results page of Google typically receives around 95% of web traffic, so ranking higher on search engines increases organic traffic to your website, therefore generating more leads for your sales team.

In case you still need convincing, there’s more. SEO goes much deeper than keywords. One of the biggest contributors to search engine ranking is external links. In layman’s terms, this is when another website links to a page on your website. In fact, data has shown that external links are the single most important objective for attaining higher rankings. They are one of the hardest metrics to manipulate but are search engines’ best way to determine the validity and value of the information on your website. So creating valuable and informative blogs significantly improves your chances of attracting these links.

2. Be known as an expert in your industry

Without digging too deeply into the research, over 70% of consumers will research a product or service online before they buy, looking at an average of 4 pieces of content before they make the decision to purchase. Well-written, regular blogs provide an opportunity for customers (both existing and prospect) to learn about your business, your services, your products and the latest industry news, identifying your company as an expert in that field.

3. Trusted source of information

We’ve already established that writing regular blogs gives your company an opportunity to keep your customers up to date with all the latest goings-on, but what blogs are really good at is giving your company a personality, allowing you to communicate with customers in a way that isn’t really otherwise possible online. The personal nature of blogs therefore makes them one of the most trusted and credible sources of information online.

4. Develop your lead generation strategy

It only takes a quick review of the latest literature to see a clear trend between blogs and sales leads: marketers that use blogs generate anywhere between 50% and 70% more leads than those that do not. But more notably, blogs provide an invaluable insight into these leads. Through relatively simple analytics, it is possible to understand who these customers are, what topics they are interested in, and what and how they are sharing information. All of this data can be manipulated to improve the efficiency of your company’s lead generation strategy (and of course to develop your content marketing strategy too).

5. Increase sales

It is quite obvious that this blog has been leading in one glaring direction: regular, well-written blogs that contain engaging and valuable content help to drive sales. Between SEO, brand awareness and lead generation, there are few areas that don’t benefit from blogging.

If you are considering writing blogs for your business but just don’t have the time, let us do the hard work for you! Digital Qube has written blogs for global companies and startups around the world, all from a range of different industries. For information on how our blogging service can drive sales for your business, please get in touch.


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