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How To Get More Feedback On Content Quality for SaaS Companies

The quality of your website content has a significant impact on the success of your business. For one, it gives visitors a quick impression of your company’s excellence. Content quality also defines how easy it is for customers to find what your business offers.

More than 600 million blogs are on the internet today, and people add about 4,000 blog posts every minute. But let that not scare you into thinking you can’t stand out from the crowd, as most of these pages don’t receive any traffic from Google. 

A recent study by Ahrefs showed that a whopping 90.63 percent of all web pages don’t get organic search traffic. The study also showed that one of the reasons these pages don’t receive traffic is because they lack search intent.

That means the content on these pages doesn’t resonate with what users are searching for online.

5 Reasons to Love Micropreneurs—The Best Small Business Owner Traits

Originally published on AllBusiness.

Even though I’ve taken a full-time role writing content for a fintech company, I’m still running my content agency part-time. I will always be an entrepreneur at heart—nay, a micropreneur, which I’ve written about many times.

A micropreneur (or microbusiness) is one that operates on a very small scale, with no more than five employees. We micropreneurs are a breed all our own, and there’s plenty to admire about us. So let’s pat ourselves on the back for these small business owner traits, shall we?

7 Ways to Increase the Credibility of Your Blog Content

Originally published on AllBusiness.

Would you believe I’ve written thousands of articles over the past decade? Each time I write a new article, I have to find a way to make the subject fresh again. I want to ensure that my readers find what I write useful and informative, so I use the following strategies to build credibility with my content. Feel free to use these tips to boost the credibility of your blog content and see if you attract more blog visitors!

1. Find statistics to back your content

I wanted to find a statistic about using statistics in your content marketing, but couldn’t find one! Until proven otherwise, your content is conjecture. It’s your opinion. That’s why adding statistics and research to your blog articles can help you validate your point of view.

Let’s say I’m writing an article arguing that content marketing can be more effective than any other type of marketing or advertising. That’s just my opinion at this point, but my reader wants proof:

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